Red Riding Hood is not a fairy tale, but rather a universal story about courage and growing up” ― Sarah Blakley-Cartwright, Red Riding Hood
I borrowed my daughters stuffed wolf toy for this picture. He actually came with a tiny 'Grandmother& #39; that attached to his mouth and could be stored in his belly (his mouth opens to his belly like a pocket), which is a little morbid for a child if you ask me, haha. Somehow though, the grandmother doll got detached and is currently missing 😢 Might have to take another trip to IKEA to see what other story book dolls they might have.
Apparently, I have a thing for fairytales, retellings and (fake) stuffed wolves 😂😋 __________________________
I have just created an account on Tumblr, and I have no idea what I'm doing! 😳 Haha. I used to have a personal account on that site, but I haven't used it in years! Tumblr has changed a lot since then 😰 If any of you have a Tumblr account please feel free to add me (@stories2livby) I promise as soon as I learn how to use this site again I'll be making regular posts on it haha.
#qotd What other social media sites do you use for your love of books?
#aotd Besides bookstagramming, I post reviews (and other bookish things) on Amazon, Netgalley, Good reads and Twitter (and hopefully I'll be on Tumblr soon, lol)