The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids
By: Josh Afdahl
Plot- In the story what happens is that the goat mother takes off and leaves her little ones behind to take care of the house. Before she leaves she tells them to never ever let the wolf in. Even if he talks like their mother or dresses up like her and so they tell their mother that everything will be fine and that she can leave to the forest without worrying to get them food. After she leaves the wolf comes and tries to get in with his soft voice, but the little goats can still tell its the wolf because it is still a little rough. So he goes away and eats some chalk to make his voice softer and when he goes back he tries to get in again but then the little goats see his black feet and realize that its not their mother. Finally the wolf goes to the baker and tells him that his feet are hurting and that he needs to rub dough on them to make them feel better. Now his feet are white, so he goes back and knocks once again and the kids think that it is his mother so they let him in. But once they let him in they realize that its the wolf and they scatter. The wolf finds them all eventually and eats them all and when the mother comes home she sees the wolf sleeping by the tree and she finds out that the wolf ate her kids. Then she cuts him open and all of her 7 kids pop out of the wolf and then she tells her kids to go get stones to put in his stomach. When the wolf wakes up he is thirsty, so he decides to go over to the well and get a drink, but he falls in and can't get out. At the end the little kids see him struggling and he finally drowns to death.
The big bad wolf likes to eat little goats and he tries everything that he can do to get into the house while the mother is gone and away. He even eats chalk to make his voice sound softer and he also has the baker rub dough on his feet to make them white to look like the mothers feet.
She has a lot of fur on her and she has horns and she has to go out to the forest and get food for her and her little kids. So she leaves them at home alone and tells them to not let the wolf in no matter what. She trusts them that they won't and they tell their mother that they will be fine and not to worry about them.
7 Little Kids (little Goats)
They are small and may or may not have horns yet and are hairy just like their mother. Their mother trusted them to not let anyone in no matter what they sounded like or dressed up like. But at the end they think that the wolf is the mother by the way he dresses up like and the sound of his soft voice that he has.