Titles Included (7)
- Caperucita Roja y lo que sucedió en el vientre del lobo
- El lobo feroz
- Erase dos veces: Caperucita
- Erase dos veces: Los 3 cerditos
- Lo que no vio caperucita roja
- Los tres cerditos
- Los tres lobitos y el cochino feroz
A classic that’s been rewritten. This time there’s no huffing and puffing but a few prejudices enter the story. Érase dos veces (Twice Upon a Time) is an opportunity for the same old tale to be told in a new way.
Children will love this behind-the-scenes look at Little Red Riding Hood, as the main characters tell their side of the story and the reasons behind certain classic parts of the fairy tale. This modern interpretations offers a surprising ending.
A classic that’s been rewritten. This time Little Red Riding Hood won’t fear any wolf. She won’t get scared of a few teeth and she will make her own decisions. Érase dos veces (Twice Upon a Time) is an opportunity for the same old tale to be told in a new way.
In this fun version of the traditional tale, a great inversion of character occurs: this time, the villain is a nasty pig that huffs and puffs until the houses of the three little wolves are torn down, resorting to drastic measures when things get difficult. But in all stories, there has to be a happy ending and, here, beauty can do more than brute force.
After eating Granny and Little Red Riding Hood, will 'The Ferocious Wolf’ have learned his lesson?
Perrault's version of Little Red Riding Hood has an Asian touch thanks to the ink and pen drawings by Francois Amorett. The author has included texts in Spanish and Japanese.
The three pigs escape the wolf by going into another world where they meet the cat and the fiddle, the cow that jumped over the moon, and a dragon.
How Marie sees it: