Little Red Riding Hood Vs Goldilocks

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Little Red Riding Hood and Goldilocks and the Three Bears seem like pretty similar stories at first. They’re both childhood favorites about scared little girls, right? Though they are similar in some areas, this assumption is wrong. The stories actually have quite a few interesting differences that offset Little Red Riding Hood and Goldilocks. The real question is what really brings them together? Could it be their confidence to run into a scary forest? Maybe it’s even their fear that brings them together. Little Red Riding Hood is a short story told to children around the world to be careful about everything you do. She really didn’t make too many decisions throughout the story, but the few that she did make were quite different from Goldilock’s.

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