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The Great Outdoors

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FC: Little Red Riding Hood | By\Nolan Hrastich

1: Once upon a time lived a beautiful little girl named Little Red Riding Hood.

2: She was very loved by her mother and grandmother.

3: One day Red's mother gave her some cakes she had baked and told her to deliver them to her grandma and see how she was feeling for she had become ill.

4: On her way to grandmothers house she was stopped by a wolf. The wolf didn't dare eat her up for there was a lumberjack near by.

5: The wolf seemed polite and nice and asked where she was going. Red told the wolf she was going to her grandmothers house to give her cake because she had become very ill.

6: "Does your grandmother live far away?" asked the wolf. Little Red Replied "DO you see that old mill on top of that hill. She lives in the first house in that village.

7: "Well" said the wolf "Ill go along too and greet your grandmother as well. We will race there and see who gets there first."

8: \The wolf ran as fast as he could and took the fastest paths to grandmothers house. He arrived well before Red.

9: When the wolf arrived he knocked on the door and grandmother answered "whose there?" The wolf replied "why its your dear Little Red and I have come to give you a cake from mother.

10: Grandmother replied "oh dear Red come on in. Pull the bobbin on the side of the door to open the latch." As soon as the wolf opened the door he ate poor old grandmother up. He put on her clothes and hoped in her bed waiting for Red to come.

11: When Red arrived at her grandmothers house she taped on the door and the wolf answered "who is it?" At first Red was scared hearing the big voice of the wolf but believed it was her grandmother who had a horse voice. She replied "Its Little Red Riding Hood your grandchild here to bring you a cake.

12: The wolf Replied "Just pull the bobbin and the latch will open." As Red walked in the wolf settled farther underneath the covers and said "Just set the cake on the chair and come lay with me." So Red went over and hoped into the bed.

13: Red admiring her grandmother said "My grandma what big arms you have." "All the better to hug you with my darling" said the wolf. "What big ears you have" said Red. "All the better to hear you with." said the wolf. What big eyes you have" said Red. "all the better to see you with" said the wolf. "What big teeth you have" said Red. "All the better to eat you with" and as the wolf said this he fell onto Red and ate her all up.

14: The wolf was very satisfied and fell asleep. WHile the wolf was sleeping a lumberjack herd a loud snoring come from the house. He thought it was weird for the grandmother to be so loud so he went into the house and saw the wolf there. He thought that maybe the wolf had eaten the grandmother so he mad opened the wolf and popped out Little Red. The Lumberjack made the hole bigger and the grandmother came out too. Before they closed the wolf back up they filled his stomach with rocks so that he couldn't move.

15: When the wolf woke up he tried to run away but found that he could not move and died right there. The lumberjack took the wolfs skin and went home. Little Red and her grandmother were over joyed. THey ate the cake enjoyed themselves. Little Red learned never to talk to a wolf and nothing ever bothered them ever again. The End

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