Read! Goldilocks and the Three Bears

December 24, 2014

Read! Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Ignite young imaginations with our fantastic illustrated story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. This classic fairy tale is perfect as a bedtime story, so snuggle up and enjoy this timeless story of adventure, big chairs, bumpy beds and lumpy porridge! 

Once upon a time there was a little girl called Goldilocks who lived in the middle of a forest with her mother and her father. Now ever since she was tiny, her mother had told her she must never, ever wander off into the forest for it was known to be full of wild creatures, especially bears. But as Goldilocks grew older she longed to explore the forest. One day, when her mother was busy in the kitchen, Goldilocks sneaked out of the house and off down the path that led deep into the forest.

At first Goldilocks was happy, looking at the pretty wild flowers and listening to the birds singing, but before long she realized that she had strayed off the path. She could not find her way back and became hopelessly lost. She wandered for hours, becoming more and more frightened. She started to cry, but then she saw a cottage through a gap in the trees.

She rushed towards it, sure she had at last found her way home, only to realize that it was someone else’s house. There was no one around, so she opened the door and peeped inside.

To read the full book download Goldilocks and the Three Bears story.

The fantastic story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears can be found in our Big Book of Fairy Tales, which is a great collection of classic tales, accompanied by beautiful artwork.

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