With Donna Leishman’s “Redridinghood” it has definantly been made to be interactive with the reader and changes the way the story is normally told. This new form of the story is like one of those story books where you are at one page and gives you options of where to go next in the story. And each option changes or stays with how the story is being told, good or bad. It does have that same effect but because of the new media that it was created on, more like an electronic piece of literature, then it has changed the way the reader interacts with the story. It also has changed the story a bit as well. Everyone knows the original story of Red Riding Hood, but in this version, it changed certain elements in the story. It’s more modernized and the wolf is actually a guy.
For this new version, the story is not like a picture book or anything other form of a paper book. Yes it’s like the version I stated above, but everything else is different. Redridinghood is a picture story, but has very little texts. It’s been remediated into the digital form and has become interactive. You click on a certain place or image and it may have it do something (like with the flowers moving), or the book becoming a diary when you click on Red Riding Hood’s bag. In doing so, then it allowed the use of affordance to help tell the story.