Huh? "grandma was really the big bad wolf"?????? I think we must have read vastly different versions of that infamous children's story. Either that or I'm reading YOU wrong. Or....there's one more possibility. Perhaps your presentation of ideas was worded ambiguously.
For the record...Grandma was NOT "really the big bad wolf". The "real" story is that "the big bad wolf" had eaten her. Other versions of this story have her tied up in a closet. The point is that "the big bad wolf" and "grandma" were two separate characters. I know this for a fact......because I just finished discussing this story with my Pre~Schoolers (students) not 2 weeks ago!
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