The authors of most influential versions of "Little Red Riding Hood" are Charles Perrault and the Brothers Grimm. Perrault published his version in 1729, while the Brothers Grimm published their version, called "Little R... More »

There are several different versions of the popular Little Red Riding Hood story from all across the world, and what the girl takes to her grandmother varies from cake and wine to soup depending on the story. None of the... More »

The moral to the story of "Little Red Riding Hood" is that children must obey their parents and that they must never talk to strangers. Even a very friendly stranger is capable of having bad intentions. More »

There are several different versions of the popular Little Red Riding Hood story from all across the world, and what the girl takes to her grandmother varies from cake and wine to soup depending on the story. None of the... More »

The moral to the story of "Little Red Riding Hood" is that children must obey their parents and that they must never talk to strangers. Even a very friendly stranger is capable of having bad intentions. More »

There are multiple versions of "Sleeping Beauty," but the original story is credited to Charles Perrault. Perrault's version was published in 1697. The version that the Brothers Grimm are known for writing, titled "Littl... More »

Some of the best-known fairy tales include "Cinderella," "Snow White," "Puss in Boots," "Little Red Riding Hood," "Bluebeard" and "Beauty and the Beast." Fairy tales are widely shared short stories that depend on popular... More »

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