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Little Red in the Hood

Glen Goei

Publisher: Epigram Books

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Summary

Glen Goei and Drewscape have created a knockout of a story in Little Red in the Hood. Little Red's most favourite person in the world is her kickboxing Grandma Rambo. When Little Red falls sick, Grandma Rambo is sent to take care of her. Unfortunately, Grandma Rambo goes to the wrong flat! Find out what happens next in this funny retelling of the traditional fairytale. 
 
Epigram Books is proud to present our brand of traditional fairytales told Singapore style! Three local celebrities—Adrian Pang, Glen Goei and KF Seetoh—present Singaporean versions of traditional fairy tales to benefit the Society for the Promotion of ADHD Research and Knowledge (SPARK).

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