[PDF] Download ↠ Rotkäppchen | by ☆ Jacob Grimm Daniela Chudzinski

By Jacob Grimm Daniela Chudzinski | Comments: ( 842 ) | Date: ( Feb 26, 2020 )

what big eyes you have Originating in seventeenth century French folklore, the story of Little Red Riding Hood has long been one of the world s most memorable tales of childhood, with its haunting journey into the dark woods, tumultuous encounter with the big, bad wolf, and heroic rescue This new gift edition presents the Brothers Grimm version of the tale, fully what big eyes you have Originating in seventeenth century French folklore, the story of Little Red Riding Hood has long been one of the world s most memorable tales of childhood, with its haunting journey into the dark woods, tumultuous encounter with the big, bad wolf, and heroic rescue This new gift edition presents the Brothers Grimm version of the tale, fully unabridged with a visionary interpretation by renowned artist Daniel Egn us that captures both its horror and its romance.


  • Title: Rotkäppchen
  • Author: Jacob Grimm Daniela Chudzinski
  • ISBN: 9783522433938
  • Page: 321
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Jacob Grimm Daniela Chudzinski

Jacob Ludwig Karl Grimm, German philologist, jurist and mythologist, was born at Hanau, in Hesse Kassel or Hesse Cassel He is best known as the discoverer of Grimm s Law, the author of the monumental German Dictionary, his Deutsche Mythologie and popularly, with his brother Wilhelm, as one of the Brothers Grimm, as the editor of Grimm s Fairy Tales From.



Comments Rotkäppchen

  • Leo .

    Little Red Riding Hood, who is she?A girl in a red cloak, off to visit her grannyThrough the woods she goes, merrily on her wayWary of the big bad wolf, hunting for his preyGranny looks peculiar, smells and sounds funny tooLaying in her bed, is this story true?Or a metaphor for Paedophilla? A young girl, Red Riding Hood, prepubescentA wolf, a predator, in sheep's clothing, hunting for the young, ever presentIt must have been rife, in the middle ages, out in the openNot hidden like today, kept se [...]


  • Carlos De Eguiluz

    Comienzo a encariñarme con la naturalidad narrativa de los hermanos Grimm a la hora de escribir las tragedias de los antagonistas al final de las historias.


  • Leah Craig

    This was the bedtime story for the little girl I’m babysitting tonight! A classic. The illustrations are so, so gorgeous. I have to find more by this artist!


  • Miriam

    Gorgeously, if a little oddly, illustrated. You can really see Egneus' experience in fashion design showing here. Dark and dreamy.


  • Lör K.

    Everyone has heard of Little Red Riding Hood. The girl in the woods who lets the wolf lead her astray on the way to visit her granny. We've seen the story retold in so many different ways in today's media, but how many people have actually read the original story?Well, I can proudly say that the original story is definitely the best form of Little Red Riding Hood in the media over all time. With such finesse, the Brothers Grimm packed a punch with gore, innocent young girls, and a mystery story. [...]


  • Dana Al-Basha دانة الباشا

    What a beautiful way to tell a fairy tale! It made it all new to me again; the illustrations are amazing, very beautiful fashion illustrations! It's a must have!!!


  • Tilly

    I really like this fairytale (not only because it inspired so many good movies or the graphic novel Through the Woods) but I always wonder how any girl can confuse her own grandmother with a wolf only because he is wearing her clothes :D


  • Neri.

    Interesting and fascinating tale. It is good for all ages.


  • Yonaily

    Muy buena la moraleja de siempre hacerle caso a los padres.


  • Eyehavenofilter

    Beautiful watercolors and fine line drawings interspersed with many fonts in various hues both bold and fancy daw you into this story. Some pages are almost angelic, some terrifying and gothic. Splotchy, dripping, brush strokes, combined with painstaking hairline thin ink drawings, that really need to be seen to be appreciated. There are amazing flowers blooming on the pages next to a frightening wolf whose whiskers are only in outline so they appear translucent. Some solids are in negative whit [...]


  • ❆ Crystal ❆

    4 stars


  • Amy

    Young children will enjoy reading along as they listen to the traditional tale of Little Red Riding Hood in this online storybook. The animations are simple in this retelling; the characters heads bob and they float through the scenes. But Little Red's cherubic face is sweet and likable and the bold colors keep you engaged. In this version, the woodcutter puts rocks in the wolf's stomach to keep him from eating children and grandmothers. The speakaboos website is worth exploring if you teach Pre [...]


  • Laurel

    This was an impulse buy - it was on a stand by the cashier, and I was so intrigued by the cover, I had to pick it up. I am elated that I did. Firstly, I have never actually read the Brothers Grimm version. It is both more fanciful and darker than I had imagined. Secondly, it is quite possibly the most beautiful book I have ever seen. The illustrations are combinations of ink, water color, photography, and much more. If you are a fan of this story, or simply a lover of art, pick up this edition. [...]


  • Laura V.

    ¡Versión Grimm! Con un final mejor, la misma moraleja pero suavizada con los actos finales. Acá aparece el cazador y lo que todos conocemos. ¿Por qué la madre nunca acompaña a la niña sabiendo que el bosque está infestado de lobos? Nunca lo sabremos. ¿Por qué ésta nunca le advierte del peligro de hablar con extraños? Nunca lo sabremos.Menos mal que Caperucita aprende de sus errores y la abuela es más viva.


  • Reggie Overton

    A classic tale of the story we all know and love from our childhood. This book is a good version that re tells a story of innocence, greed and deception. It will still have your children laughing and wanting to read again. The book is hardcover and illustrations are rather plane however you can still enjoy the dialog we all know by heart.


  • Mary Ann

    Classic fairy tale with beautiful, lush, detailed illustrations. Fascinating the way it shares different versions in a way easy for older children to think about how fairy tales have been told over and over again, changing each time.


  • Nafiza

    I don't really like the fairytale but the art is beautiful.


  • Jayla Johnson

    The story's really short, but the art is amazing.


  • Rebecca

    Beautiful illustrations.


  • Tasha

    *4.6


  • Tara

    AWEsome art.


  • Marcos Kopschitz

    Os Irmãos Grimm, Jacob e Wilhelm, alemães, ficaram sendo nomes importantes na literatura infantil devido a sua coleção de contos, conhecida como Contos de Grimm. Foram importantes estudiosos do século 19 e recolheram contos da tradição oral da Alemanha entre 1812 e 1857.Chapeuzinho Vermelho é um clássico já recontado um sem número de vezes. Incluindo, no Brasil, uma versão musical da antiga coleção "Disquinho", com a famosa canção "Pela estrada afora, eu vou bem sozinha, levar es [...]


  • Melissa

    A adaptation of the Little Red Riding Hood story using a translation of the original Brothers Grimm story. As always Red is tricked by a wolf while she goes to her grandmother's house and picks flowers instead of going straight to grandmother's house. The wolf eats grandmother whole so when Red finally gets to the house the wolf is waiting in the bed, dressed in grandmother's clothes. The wolf eats Red and soon a woodsman comes by and notices that grandmother's snores are very loud and goes to c [...]


  • Joelle Karlitz

    Title: Little Read Riding Hood Author: Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm Illustrator: Carol LarssonGenre: European folktalesTheme (s): Do not talk to strangers, FamilyOpening Line/Sentence: Once upon a time there was a dear little girl who was loved by everyone who looked at her, but most of all by her grandmother, and there was nothing that she would not have given to the child.Brief Book Summary: The story revolves around da girl named Little Red Riding hood. In this version of the story, she is named a [...]


  • Ruth

    I bought this version because of the gorgeous illustrations. It's the classic Grimm tale, but the illustrations are breathtaking. It will go on my shelf of picture books that are too pretty to let children read unsupervised.


  • Tasha

    This is the classic story of Little Red Riding Hood, complete with them filling the wolf’s belly with stones at the end and killing him. The text here has an easy flow for reading aloud, never becoming too verbose. The moments with the wolf are studies in darkness and danger, with the tension palpable on the page. The star in this book are the illustrations which are rich and radiant. The entire book is an homage to the Grimm brothers, their story, and yet has paid attention to the needs of mo [...]


  • Greta is Erikasbuddy

    This is the original Little Red Riding Hood.There have been many versions which I find fascinating.This one has a girl who loves her little red cap that her grandma made her go out to grandma's house (just like in the story) to give her some food because she is sick.Mom tells her to stay on the path but the wolf coaxes her off to pick flowers for her grandma.The wolf eats grandma then eats Little Red Cap and falls asleep cuz apparently people have Tryptophan in them. A hunter goes down to check [...]


  • Lauren Gallaspy

    The Little Red Riding Hood by The Brothers Grimm tells the story of Little Red but with a twist to the story we may have read as children. Wine and cake was given to Little Red and she was told to bring it to the grandmother not stopping or taking any detours into the woods. A wolf greets Little Red along the path and is able to persuade her enough to leave the path and find flowers for her grandmother as the wolf is able to sneak into the grandmothers house before Little Red gets there causing [...]


  • Alyssa Smith

    Everyone knows the story of Little Red Riding Hood — over the river and through the woods to Grandmother’s house she goes…but what she discovers is much worse than simply her bedridden grandmother. The wolf has devoured the old woman and gobbles up Little Red next. Of course, this wouldn’t be a proper Brothers Grimm ending, so the Huntsman drops by, saves the women, and kills the wolf. “And they all lived happily ever after.”This book is indeed the complete, unabridged story of the B [...]


  • Marsha

    This sumptuous picture book contains not just one but three versions of this well-known Grimm tale of deceitful beasts and naïve little girls. The first story is gorgeously illustrated, with color representations of pressed flowers, leaves and plants. They are so detailed that it’s all you can do to keep from rubbing the page to feel if they are real. They serve as lead-ins for the story; indeed, illustrations are suited marvelously to the text. The violence of the wolf eating the grandmother [...]


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