The descriptions tell the fairytale of Little Red Riding Hood. In the story, there was a cute and gentle girl who lived in a village with her parents, and her grandmother lived in the woods. One day, she learned that her grandmother was sick and went to visit her with bread and wine. In the forest, she met a wolf. She greeted him politely and, innocently, told him that she was going to visit her grandmother. When she made it to her grandmother's house, her grandmother looked very sick and had a weak, trembling voice.
The girl was swallowed by the wolf, but a hunter passing by saved her and her grandmother. Though it is not stated in the descriptions, in the fairy tale, the wolf was disguised as the grandmother and took the opportunity to eat Little Red Riding Hood after eating her grandmother.
Her grandmother had previously given Little Red Riding Hood the red cloak she wore for her birthday. Little Red Riding Hood loved the cloak a lot, and that's how she got her name.