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Goldilocks and the Three Bears: Country Storybooks

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The Three Bears live in a comfy country cabin in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. Down the road a ways lives Goldilocks, a girl full of mischief. She eats and breaks and sleeps her way through the cabin before her run-in with the owners. In her panicked flight she misses out on a sausage-and-biscuit breakfast, but she learns to mind her manners from there on ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published October 13th 2003 by Dutton Juvenile
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Robin Morris
Nov 21, 2013 Robin Morris rated it liked it
Shelves: fairy-tales
The author, Pam Tillis, puts her spin on this well known story of a little girl who enters the house of the three bears. This story is told in a way children will appreciate with little details added to the characters of the three bears. I really like the way Pam Tillis describes the personality of Goldilocks with detail and humor. In the end, Goldilocks reminds herself to always mind her mama and to stay close to home.

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The class could have a discussion on respecting other people
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