A-Apple-Pie & Other Nursery Tales

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Little Red Riding-Hood.
not indulge his wicked wish, because of some woodcutters who were at work near them in the forest. He ventured, how­ever, to ask her whither she was going. The little girl, not knowing how dangerous it was to talk to a wolf, replied : "I am going to see my grand­mamma, and carry her these cakes and a pot of butter." "Does she live far off?" said the Wolf " Oh, yes," answered Little Red Riding-Hood, " be­yond the mill you see yonder, at the first house in the village." "Well," said the Wolf," I will go and see her too ; I will take