An empowering retelling of Little Red Riding Hood about challenging the traditional narratives we are told, with a confident, autistic character at its heart.
Gina Kaminski is here to tell you three facts.
1 – Little Red Riding Hood is full of BIG mistakes.
2 – She is off to fairy tale land to fix them.
3 – She WILL save the wolf.
Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf? Certainly not Gina as she takes the narrative lead and tells the story in her own distinctive way. With fantastic illustrations from Francis Martin, and an innovative use of pictorial emoji language, this is the ideal book to empower every child to be the hero of their own story.
“I LOVE Gina Kaminski. She is such a real little character and Craig and Francis make us love and understand her in such a straightforward and original way. If I were using her chart, I’d choose the really smiley face.”
- Jacqueline Wilson
“Bookwagon is cockahoop with Gina Kaminski Saves the Wolf. We recommend this outstanding book for classrooms, for home, for reading aloud, and then for knowing well. We are proud to welcome it aboard.” - Bookwagon
“Subtle, clever, funny, gorgeous and original. Gina Kaminski Saves the Wolf is a special book.” - Lesley Parr (author of The Valley of Lost Secrets)
“[. . .] warm, engaging picture book with a self-reliant autistic protagonist.” - The Guardian
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