This drawing is part of a series that illustrates the traditional tale of the Brothers Grimm, rewritten by me (with a very different ending).
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Ninja Red Riding Hood written by Corey Rosen Schwartz and illustrated by Dan Santat (2014)
Hot off the presses! If you’ve read The Three Ninja Pigs (Rosen & Santat, 2012) you’ll remember what happened to that big bad wolf when the pigs took martial arts lessons. 268 more words
Sometimes when the sharpened teeth of wolves are poised over throat and belly, when you can already see blood trails in the snow from your own screaming and agonising end, it is better to let the worst approach – and, if necessary, rend and rip you into a different shape. 553 more words
America is as the innocent little red-riding-hood, and so America does not recognize the wolf who comes, the wolf who comes in disguise asking for more and more and more parcels of land, commodities, technology, food, science, money–whatever….I am calling to these souls who have reincarnated from this mighty people (the people of Chin or China) to arise now and keep the flame and guard the flame. 50 more words
Trigger Warning: This post will discuss violence against women, rape culture, and victim blaming.
Fairy Tale: Little Red Riding Hood
Sisters Red by Jackson Pearce is an intriguing young adult novel about Scarlett and Rosie March, two sisters who after a brutal attack from a Fenris, a human-turned-wolf-like-monster, dedicate their lives to hunting and killing vicious beasts. 2,863 more words