BC: The End
FC: By: Aidan McCoy
1: Once upon a time there was a little girl who lived in a city, whenever she left her home she wore a red hood. People in the city called her Little Red Riding Hood.
2: One day Little Red felt like visiting her grandma so she asked her mother if she could take a trip to visit her grandmother, after she packed her stuff she went on her way to her grandmothers house.
3: On her way Little Red noticed some flowers and picked a couple after picking flowers she heard some frogs and got distracted, after a little while Red noticed that the time had passed and that the forest was a dangerous play to be in.
4: While she was about to be on her way a wolf approached her, the wolf asked her about her trip and Little Red replied "I am going to see my grandmother!" Then she noticed she was running late and that she needed to stay on track. She quickly excused herself and went on her way.
5: The wolf knowing exactly where the grandmother lived, took a shortcut and arrived at the grandmothers house. When the wolf arrived at the grandmothers house the grandmother yelled "Come in sweetheart"
6: Before Little Red Riding Hood reached her grandmothers house the wolf had gobbled up the grandma. When Little Red arrived at her grandmas house she knocked on the door, the wolf squeaked "Come in."
7: When Red walked into the house she barely recognized her grandma. She said "Grandma is that you? Your voice seems so weird and you have big ears and eyes too! You have a big mouth too!"
8: Before Little knew it the wolf jumped out of bed and said that he was going to eat Red. She ran across the house yelling "Help, Help!"
9: Luckily there was a woodsman nearby and he heard the commotion, he ran into the house and captured the wolf and threw him out of the house.
10: Grandma, still in one piece was shaken up a lot but was there to comfort her granddaughter. After thanking the woodsman Little Red Riding Hood promised her grandma that she would never get distracted in the forest again. After that they enjoyed the rest of the day.