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The Three Bears [Whitman #2551]

by Solveig Paulson Russell

Other authors: Louise Gordon (Illustrator)

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This is a book about three bears and a little girl named Goldilocks. While the bears are out Goldilocks goes to their house and eats their porridge, sits in their chairs, ans sleeps in their beds. When the bears come home they discover all this, and find that she is still sleeping in Baby Bears bed. I would use this story to talk about the importance of respecting other peoples things. You could also use this story during your fairy tale lessons.
  tararamos | Aug 21, 2010 |
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