Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Louis Little red riding hood

listen to ‘Louis LRRH’ on Audioboo
Once upon a time there lived a little girl named little red riding hood. She lives in the woods with her father and mother. One day little red riding hood was in the backyard when her mother came out and said ‘little red riding hood go take these treats to your grandmother she is ill’’ ‘yes mother’’ replied  As little red riding strolled away her mother reminded her to take the  safe path and don’t talk to strangers

the time little red riding hood’s mother told her that she had already left and did not here. Skipping happily to her grandmother cottage she came past a terrifying wolf and asked for her treats little red  ignored him and carried on walking the wolf became furious and ran to the grandmother house and ate her and the wolf tried to dress up as her and eat the treats as well as LRRH and as she opened the she described her and said ‘oh nan you have great big eyes’’ replying with a voice of pollen of a flower ‘all the better to see you’’ ‘woww grandma what big teeth you have and again she replied with a voice of silk ‘all the better to eat you’’ LRRH screamed with horror. ‘No need to fear I’m here’’ it was her father and the father killed the wolf and the grandma fell out of the wolf’s gut and they all lived happily ever after.

The moral of the story is

    careful who you trust always listen to your parents and never talk to strangers

                        they could get you into trouble.

      I could relate my life at  home
        its easy because  sometimes my Dad gets unwell and I have to look after him [its a pain] but I do it because I’d get in trouble and because he’s my dad and he looks after me.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   



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