Similar Covers – Red Riding Hoods
Two books with hooded women, positioned similarly: Never Cry Werewolf by Heather Davis (HarperTeen 2009), Fever Crumb by Philip Reeve (Scholastic 2010).
On Never Cry Werewolf, it is apparently an allusion to the fairy tale, but not on Fever Crumb. Definitely check out this review of Fever Crumb. You will want to read it if you haven’t already. I purchased it for my library – someone had it on a summer reading list (yay!) – so of course it’s circulating. Having read the review by Cindy Dobrez and Lynn Rutan, it’s now on my must read list!
Never Cry Werewolf: Forced to attend a camp for teens with behavior problems, sixteen-year-old Shelby Locke’s attempts to follow the rules go astray when she meets a handsome British werewolf. Ages 12+. Reviews 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
Fever Crumb: Foundling Fever Crumb has been raised as an engineer although females in the future London, England, are not believed capable of rational thought, but at age fourteen she leaves her sheltered world and begins to learn startling truths about her past while facing danger in the present. Ages 12+. Reviews 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Book trailer.