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Little Red Hood (Hardback)
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Children's >> Picture books, activity books & early learning material >> Picture books >> Picture storybooks Publisher: Phoenix Yard Books Publication Date: 01/05/2013 ISBN-13: 9781907912009  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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This picture book is stunning in its simplicity. It's one of those things which you look at and think, 'Why didn't I come up with this?' The illustrations are beautifully minimalist, all done in red and black pencil in a whimsical doodling fashion, and look like they belong on a proud parent's fridge door for all the world to see. The story follows the basic premise of the classic Little Red Riding Hood story, but has a marvellous twist that harks back to the clever, and brave Red of the 16th century original. With its pocket sized format and easy to follow story and pictures, it is the ideal book to keep in a bag, in order to entertain adults and children alike. - Neil

Charing Cross Rd Bookshop - 01/04/2011

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