Further Readings

The materials used for this exhibit are just a small selection of materials written about Little Red Riding Hood.  The following materials did not quite fit into the scope of our project but are filled with interesting tidbits on every aspect of Little Red Riding Hood.

This piece of original art was a gift of the artist to Jack Zipes and now held in the Kerlan Collection. It is a screen print concertina, wordless book, yet unpublished.

"At that time I was a student at Cambridge School of Art and he gave a talk at the University of Cambridge. I can see that the final title wasn't printed on the concertina yet." - Carolina Rabei, you can view Caroline's final piece on her website: http://www.carolinarabei.com

Further Reading:

Tales of Wonder: Retelling Fairy Tales Through Picture Postcards by Jack Zipes (University of Minnesota Press, 2017)

Red Riding Hood For All Ages: A Fairy-Tale Icon in Cross-Cultural Contexts by Sandra L. Beckett (Wayne State University Press, 2008)

Red Riding Hood and the Wolf in Bed: Modernism's Fairy Tales by Ann Martin (University of Toronto Press, 2006)

Little Red Riding Hood: A Casebook by Alan Dundes (University of Wisconsin Press, 1989)

Little Red Riding Hood Uncloaked: Sex, Morality, and the Evolution of a Fairy Tale by Catherine Orenstein (Basic Books, 2002)

The Great Fairy Tale Tradition: From Straparola and Basile to the Brothers Grimm by Jack Zipes (W. W. Norton & Company, 2001)

Recycling Red Riding Hood by Sandra L. Beckett (Routledge, 2002)

Revisioning Red Riding Hood around the World: An Anthology of International Retellings by Sandra L. Beckett (Wayne State University Press, 2014)

Additional Digital Resource Exhibits:

Balloons Over Broadway, Melissa Sweet, and the Engineering of a Picture Book This is a STEAM digital resource examining the process of the researching, writing, and illustrating an informational picture book.

Children's Book Art:  Technique and Media This is a digital resource examining the works of over 65 artists' materials and process for the making of illustrations using primary sources held in the Kerlan Collection of the University of Minnesota's Archives and Special Collections.

The Making of Picture Book Illustrations: What is Preseparated Art? Ever wondered why many classic picture books look the way they do? This digital resource examines the process of the creation and printing of picture books through preseperated art.

Rejoice the Legacy! Andrea Davis Pinkney and Brian Pinkney A digital exhibit created to support the 2014 May Hill Arbuthnot Honor Lecture of the Association of Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association.

Further Readings