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Goldilocks and the Three Bears


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When Goldilocks sneaks into the three bears' cottage, no one seems to be home. But the bears soon return from their walk... Will they catch that naughty little girl?My First Fairy Tales are a magical introduction to the
well-loved stories that are a key part of every childhood. With fresh and fun
illustrations, these simple re-tellings of classic fairy tales make a perfect
bedtime read for three to six year olds.
Make sure you collect The Three Billy Goats Gruff and Jack
and the Beanstalk , too!

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4th February '19
I read it to aiwilford aged 7 aged 7 & to mrwilford aged 5 aged 5
Goldilocks and the Three Bears 9781848956834
5 stars
I have always liked Goldilocks and the Three Bears story and this is a remake of the traditional story. The illustrations are lovely and I enjoyed putting on the funny voices. The ending of funny and a little different. My little ones enjoyed this book and the illustrations. 
8th August '17
I read it to Squirt aged 3 aged 3
Goldilocks and the Three Bears 9781848956834
5 stars
A fun version of a classic tale. Nice illustrations and all the right repeated phrases for kids to learn. Nothing untoward comes to Goldilocks in the end but she does get covered in porridge! 
16th January '19
I read it to Reubes aged 4 aged 4
Goldilocks and the Three Bears 9781848956834
5 stars
A great colourful book of a traditional story. Simple and easy to follow with funny colourful illustrations. My four year old is leading to read and the print is big enough for him to try and have a go with lots of repetition. 
16th September '17
I read it to Stepping stones aged Under 1 to 3
Goldilocks and the Three Bears 9781848956834
4 stars
 This week our theme for school was goldilocks and the tree bears. The children enjoyed listening to this story and joined in with the different voices of daddy bear, mummy bear and baby bear. The pictures are great and the children commented on how the bears were feeling ' angry' when they found the porridge was all gone by looking at the pictures. Great story
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About Mara Alperin

When not writing, Mara enjoys reading, hiking, baking cupcakes and playing Ultimate Frisbee. She is based in Richmond, London. My First Fairy Tales are her first books for Little Tiger Press. Kate Pankhurst has an MA in Children's Book Illustration from the University of Central Lancashire and was the highest placed undergraduate in the Macmillan Prize for...

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About Kate Daubney

Kate Daubney lives by the sea in North Devon, England with her partner Roger and her scruffy sidekick, Taz the dog. After graduating with a degree in illustration, she has worked on numerous children's books, using both digital and traditional media to create her colourful and qu...

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