Little Red Cap or Little Red Riding Hood
Wolf eats child and grandma, hunter saves them. Grandma, why do you have such big ears, eyes, hands? That I can see you better, grab you, eat you.
Once upon a time there was a sweet little girl who loved everyone who looked at her, but most of all her grandmother. She didn't know what to give the child. Once she gave him a little red velvet cap. And because it suited him so well and he didn't want to wear anything else, he was called Little Red Riding Hood. One day his mother said to him, "Come, Little Red Riding Hood, you have a piece of cake and a bottle of wine, take them to grandmother; she is sick and weak and will strengthen herself with them. Get going before it gets hot. And keep to the path, or you'll fall and break the glass, and grandmother will have nothing. And when you come into her room, don't forget to say good morning and don't look around in all the corners first. "I will make everything all right," said Little Red Riding Hood to her mother and gave her her hand on it. But the grandmother lived out in the forest, half an hour from the village.
As Little Red Riding Hood came into the forest, the wolf met him. Little Red Riding Hood, however, did not know what kind of evil animal it was and was not afraid of him. "Good day, Little Red Riding Hood," he spoke. "Thank you very much, wolf." "Where are you going so early, Little Red Riding Hood?" "To grandmother's." "What are you wearing under your apron"? "Cake and wine. Yesterday we baked, so the sick and weak grandmother should do something good with it and strengthen herself with it." "Little Red Riding Hood, where does your grandmother live"? "A good quarter of an hour further on in the forest, under the three big oak trees, there is her house, below are the nut hedges, you will know that," said Little Red Riding Hood. The wolf thought to himself: "the young tender thing, that's a fat morsel, it will taste even better than the old one. You must start it cunningly, so that you catch them both." Then he walked a little while beside Little Red Riding Hood, and then he said, "Little Red Riding Hood, look at the beautiful flowers that are all around, why don't you look around? I don't think you hear the birds singing so sweetly? You are walking for yourself, as if you were hurrying to school, when it is so beautiful in the forest."