Once upon a time there was a girl called Little Red Riding Hood. She wore a very pretty red hood that her grandmother had given her.
One day, her grandmother got sick. Little Red Riding Hood's mother made some delicious cakes and asked her to take them to grandma's house:
– Go straight to grandma’s house. Don't stop to talk to strangers!
– Take it easy, mom. I'm going straight to grandma's house.
Little Riding Hood went singing through the forest. She had no idea what was coming on her way. Right in the middle of the way she met the Big Bad Wolf.
– Where are you going, girl? - asked the wolf.
– I'm going to go to my grandmother's house, take these cakes that my mother made.
The Big Bad Wolf had an idea. He ran out and took a shortcut to get to grandma's house first.
Once there, he knocked on the door pretending to be Little Red Riding Hood.
- Who is it? - asked grandma.
– It's me, your granddaughter. I brought you some cakes - said the wolf, disguising his voice.
Grandma was sick, lying in bed, and she didn't even realize it was the wolf.
- Come in. The door is not locked - she said.
The wolf entered slowly and went straight to grandma's room. He opened his mouth wide and swallowed Grandma in one mouthful.
Then he lay down on the bed and waited for Little Riding Hood.
When Chapeuzinho arrived, the door was already open. She entered slowly and went straight to grandma's room. As grandma was different, she said:
– Grandma, what big eyes you have!
– They are to see you better, my granddaughter – said the wolf.
– And what big ears you have!
– They’re to hear you better, dear.
– And what big mouth you have!
– It is to eat you better, Little Red Riding Hood! Ha-ha-ha-ha!
The wolf jumped out of bed and started running after Little Riding Hood.
- Help! Somebody help me! - she shouted.
At that moment, a hunter heard the screams and ran towards the house. When the hunter looked out the window and saw the big bad wolf, he jumped up, grabbed the wolf and said:
– Now you can’t escape me!
The hunter opened the wolf's belly and rescued grandma.
– Thank you – said Little Riding Hood. You saved our lives.
– All right, said the hunter. But you must promise me that from now on you will no longer disobey your mother.
– I promise; I promise I won't talk to strangers anymore.
They ate the dumplings and Little Red returned home safely. She learned to obey her mother, and together they lived happily in the forest.