Little Red Riding Hood and Mother Nature by Tara Jacoby.
And a few more links:
1. Mushroom Kingdom painting.
2. Interesting article about developments in battlefield medicine. There's lots of cutting edge stuff. But sometimes, it's the old tricks that work the best:
One of the most important innovations is a reemphasis on one of the oldest medical implements on the battlefield: the tourniquet. It was frowned upon in previous years because doctors feared it could cause long-term limb damage. Servicemen are now issued a Combat Action Tourniquet, dubbed CAT, made by Composite Resources, of Rock Hill, S.C.Via these sites.
Two CATs are now issued to every soldier. They are easy to use because each tourniquet has a black plastic lever that tightens it. Marines often go on foot patrols with tourniquets loosely strapped high on their thighs, so they can begin cranking right away if a foot is blown off.
3. Swordswoman and rock monsters.
*Previously: Tough Red Riding Hood.
*Buy military patches at eBay.