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Little Red Rhyming Hood by Sue Fliess and Petros Bouloubasis

Hello, Sue Fliess! Welcome back to Watch. Connect. Read. Thank you for stopping by to celebrate Little Red Rhyming Hood.

Are you up for a challenge? Book talk Little Red Rhyming Hood using fewer than 280 characters. 

Sue Fliess: Little Red only speaks in rhyme so mean Big Brad Wolf teases her. A poetry contest is her chance to make friends, but Brad scares the rhyme out of her—and into him! Can they rhyme their way out of trouble? A story of unlikely friendship and how our differences make us unique. 
Well done, Sue! :) 

What did you enjoy the most while working on Little Red Rhyming Hood? 
Sue Fliess: I loved that I let the story take me in a wacky direction. When fracturing fairytales, my tendency is to worry about straying too far from the original storyline and losing the essence. But for this one, because the premise was already kind of out there, I was a lot less reserved. And it allowed the story to take a supernatural Freaky Friday-esque twist! 

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