There are two versions of the famous tale of the little Red Riding Hood. One says that the wolf ate the girl and her grandmother, and that he returned home unheart. In the other, a hunter kills the wolf and saves the Little Red Riding Hood and her grandmother by cutting the wolf’s belly. But what really happened to the wolf in the forest? How did the other animals treat him? This version brought forth by Héctor Oesterheld reveals the reasons that led Wolf to behave so horribly, as well as the opinions of each of the animals that could hear & witness the story.


  • 40 pages
  • 15 x 22 centimeters
  • 4 colors
  • Hardcover

Rights available for...

  • Portuguese (Europe)
  • Portuguese (Brazil)
  • Dutch
  • English
  • French

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