Little Red Riding Hood explores the concept of censorship of fairy tales. A blind Red, abandoned by her guide dog, follows the wolf and mysteriously disappears. The overlaid Braille story is inexplicably terminated over the image of Red’s cape. The sighted child must determine the story’s outcome, though frightening, thereby strengthening their imagination. The blind reader, though spared of the terror, is left in the dark that the shelter of the censored story brings.