red riding hood links
This is just link-blogging but scavenger hunt sounds more like a game. I was inspired by Evanescence’s “Call Me When You’re Sober” to find images, clips, blogs, websites, etc about Little Red Riding Hood.
To start off, I found a nicely annotated version from Sur La Lune Fairy Tales. There’s more about Red Riding Hood here: lists of modern variations, illustrations, and an active forum with very intelligent posters.
But here is James Thurber’s “Little Girl and the Wolf” Grrl power from back in the day. Warning: the background is an eye-hurting PINK.
Ms. Magazine’s article.
Terry Windling’s article.
Kids’ activities for Little Red Riding Hood
An analysis of the movie Company of Wolves. I liked the movie but some people said the story structure was too circular. The wolves at the end are adorable.
The movie Company of Wolves was based on Angela’s Carter’s short story from her collection of revisioned fairy tales, Bloody Chamber. The whole collection is excellent reading.
Here is an entry from Toonopedia on Tex Avery’s Red.
Information about Disney’s Little Red Riding Hood animated short.
A poem from the Wolf’s point of view from On Any Other Day.
Essay on Little Red Riding Hood
English123 talks about Tanith Lee’s version.
Here’s an animated tale that is spooky. This is the awesome and a different look for Red.
Here’s Evanescence’s “Call Me When You’re Sober.” He looks rabbity not wolf-like. Why does she want him?
Here‘s Bowling for Soup‘s cover of “Hey There, Little Red Riding Hood” underscoring Wolf’s Rain.
Wolf’s Rain is a SF series about wolves who can Jedi-mind-trick humans to disguise themselves. I like the series and I like Bowling for Soup, so it works for me. Your mileage may vary.