As Goldilocks walks through the forest, she spies a cottage in a clearing. The curious little girl peeks in the window and sees that nobody is home, so she steps inside and takes a look around. What Goldilocks doesn't know is that the cottage belongs to three bears, and they don't like uninvited guests
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Aloo-ki glances up from fishing and sees her sled dogs floating off on an ice floe. She races after them and comes upon an igloo. Being a curious girl, she goes inside only to find no one home. That's because the polar bear family who lives there is out walking while their breakfast cools off.
Goldilocks & the Three Bears
This illustrations came from:
Wadsworth, Wallace C. The Real Story Book. Margaret Evans Price, illustrator. Chicago: Rand McNally & Company, 1927