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Papa Bear, Mama Bear, and Little Wee Bear go out for a morning walk, hoping by the time they get home their porridge will cool to the perfect temperature. But they don't realize a jump-roping, curly-haired terror named Goldilocks is on the way. Things are about to get messy before the Bear family has a chance to eat their porridge. . . .

Book Details:
  • Format: Paperback
  • Publication Date: 4/2/2009
  • Pages: 32
  • Reading Level: Age 3 and Up

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Goldilocks & The Three Bears

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Beautifully Illustrated, bad story


from Los Angeles, CA

About Me Everyday Reader


  • Great Pictures


  • Bad Message
  • Poorly Written
  • Teaches Bad Values

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    Comments about Goldilocks & The Three Bears:

    The illustrations in this book are wonderful. The storyline is wordy, akward and sends a negative message. I feel uncomfortable reading it to my 20 month old because there are no values exhibited, no positive resolution, etc. Goldilocks is portrayed as a horrible child with no accountability and the book ends with Mama Bear back in the kitchen. BIG disappointment. :O(

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