The first variation is “Little Polly Riding Hood” from Clever Polly and the Stupid Wolf, written by British author Catherine Storr and published in 1955. You will need to create a free archive.org account and borrow the book to read this story:
Chapter 4 – pages 16-25 – https://archive.org/details/cleverpollystupi0000stor_o0y0/page/26/mode/2up
In 1982, Roald Dahl published Revolting Rhymes which features versions of several well-known fairy tales. Here is a film project that uses the text:
A Recent Picture Book:
Lastly, this is a young-adult story from writer Francesca Lia Block from a collection of retellings. See how she departs from the story but keeps elements to show you the Little Red Riding Hood inspiration.
You will need to use your archive.org account:
“Wolf” from The Rose and the Beast: Fairy Tales Retold pages 100-126 (the print is big!) https://archive.org/details/rosebeast00fran/page/100/mode/2up
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