Once upon a time there was a little girl called Little Red Riding Hood. She always wore a red hooded coat when she went out for a walk.
One day, her mother asked her to take a basket of goodies to her grandmother's house. She gladly accepted the task and set out on her journey.
On the way, she met a wolf. The wolf asked her where she was going and she told him she was going to her grandmother's house. The wolf then said that he would go with her.
Little Red Riding Hood didn't think this was a good idea, so she ran away. Unfortunately, the wolf was faster and he caught up with her. He asked her again where she was going, and this time she told him she was going to her grandmother's house.
The wolf ran on ahead and arrived at Grandma's house before Little Red Riding Hood. When she got there, he had already eaten Grandma and was in her bed. He tricked Little Red Riding Hood into admitting that it was her in the bed and told her to come closer.
Luckily, just then a hunter came in and saw what the wolf was trying to do. He shot the wolf and saved Little Red Riding Hood.
Little Red Riding Hood was very frightened but grateful that the hunter had saved her. He had proved that one should never talk to strangers.
The moral of this story: Never talk to strangers.