Little Red Hoodie Paperback by By Martha Freeman; Illustrated by Marta Sevilla

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Little Red Hoodie Paperback by By Martha Freeman; Illustrated by Marta Sevilla

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Holiday House (2021-12-28)
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 160 pages
  • ISBN-13: 9780823450015
  • Item Weight: 153.09 grams
  • Dimensions: 8.24 x 5.48 x 0.41 cm

It's not the big bad wolf that stops Little Red Hoodie from getting to grandma's house in this rollicking take on the fairy tale--Red can't follow directions!

"Follow Magic Wand Lane to Glass Slipper Boulevard, right on Beanstalk, left on Breadcrumb, down the Garden Path, and you're there," said Little Red Hoodie's mom, but Red wasn't exactly paying attention.

     Before she knows it, she's hopelessly lost in the forest-- and to make matters worse, someone has stolen her basket of goodies. It'll take the whole forest to undercover the thief and get the directionally challenged Little Red Hoodie back on track to Grandma's house.

     A companion to the delightfully irreverent Goldilocks, Go Home!, this latest from Martha Freeman features all the wit and charm of the first book as well as cameos by Bobby (Baby) Bear, the Pig Brothers from HoGTV, Chicken Little, and many more. Marta Sevilla's clever drawings effortlessly capture the spirited banter among characters as Little Red Hoodie and Bobby Bear take turns narrating the story.

About the Author

Martha Freeman has written over thirty books for children, including the Edgar Award­-nominated Zap!, The First Kids Mysteries, The Chickadee Court Mysteries, and Strudel's Forever Home. She was born in Southern California, graduated from Stanford University, and worked as a newspaper reporter and a teacher before becoming a children's book author. She lives in Boulder, Colorado.

Marta Sevilla is an exciting artist whose work has appeared in newspapers and magazines in both North America and Europe, including the Washington Post and the Boston Globe. She lives in Spain.

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