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Book Review: Red Riding Hood

Red Riding Hood by Sarah Blakely-Cartwright and David Leslie Johnson

Valerie’s sister was beautiful, kind and sweet. Now she is dead. Henry, the handsome son of the blacksmith, tries to console Valerie, but her wild heart beats fast for another: the outcast woodcutter, Peter, who offers Valerie another life far from home. 328 more words

Book Reviews

Study - Little Red Riding Hood - Re-Interpreted - Mars 2015

Dear Readers and Followers,

Firstly, I’d like to thank you for the small success of my last digital art feature on this blog, last week. I’m very honored you liked it, and the fact you like it encourages me to continue what I’m doing, and to fight for it. 206 more words

Illustration/Drawing

A snippet from the lives of young performers

By Roxanne Daniels

Three little faces fixed with nervous smiles looked up at me as I walked into the foyer of the DSG Junior School. Clumping together in a little office, they summed up the whirlwind days and high emotion that they’d been through as members of the upcoming school production, Petra Pan.  1,051 more words

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Into the Woods Movie Review

I watched it on big screen because I thought it is visually entertaining just like Frozen. Into the Woods is a film wherein the story of Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the beanstalk, Rapunzel and Cinderella were connected to each other that forms a new plot. 184 more words

Fantasy

Little Red Riding Hood Rides Again--and Again and Again and Again

One of the fairy tales that seems to attract multiple reinterpretations and adaptations is ‘Red Riding Hood': Angela Carter’s subversive wolf stories (including ‘The Company of Wolves’) and Marissa Meyer’s SF version ‘Scarlet’ (in her Lunar Chronicles series) are excellent examples. 25 more words

Critical Thoughts

MEDIOCRE: Into the Woods Review

One thing that I admire and hate about a Japanese audience in a movie theater is that they stay until a piece COMPLETELY ends. No, not the end of the story, but the end of the rolling credits. 1,010 more words

Movie

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