Journey into the woods with Little Red Riding Hood, peeping through the trees, lifting flaps to see what's beneath things, and watching granny's cottage emerge with each turn of the page. Delicate cutaways and holes to peep through are layered on top of each other to create a magical filigree effect, drawing children in to the story.
Megan is a 12-year-old girl with Supernatural powers. Some of them are still only partially developed and others are working, but she doesn't know how to use them yet. Her biggest problems for the moment is finding a Teacher who can show her how to handle them properly. Another is that she doesn't know anyone who knows anything about Supernatural powers. In fact, her mother is violently against the Supernatural, as was her mother before her. The only people who seem willing to help her are dead, not that that makes any difference to Megan. She embraces their help with open arms In 'Megan Goes Riding', her friend, Jane, invites her to have free riding lessons on a local farm. Megan is keen to try and to meet the animals, but it doesn't turn out exactly as she had expected. Her Spirit Guide, Wacinhinsha, explains the experiences that Megan and Jane underwent to her at a meditation session and has a smile at her expense
When Little Red Riding Hood sets off to deliver muffins to her grandmother, you can bet that a big bad wolf isn't far behind!
Set on the midwestern prairie, this is a Little Red Riding Hood that will captivate youngsters with its feisty heroines and bold humor. Especially to be relished is the way the story line plays against the classic tale's plot, with laugh-provoking lines that show true wit. As the dastardly wolf chuckles, appreciating his own schemes, the text soars, suspense builds, and vibrant pictures bring out all of the fun.