A Goldilocks And The Three Bears Audiobook Story
If you are looking for a great story to help teach your little one about being mindful of others' belongings, the importance of seeking permission or building an understanding of the impact of their actions on others, this fairy tale is the perfect one for you. Our retelling of Goldilocks and The Three bears focuses on themes of curiosity, consequence and forgiveness with a happy ending of course. Goldilocks and The Three Bears is a classic fairy tale which dates back to the early 19th century and has evolved over time becoming one of the most loved stories among young children today.
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Can you read Goldilocks And The Three Bears for free?
Yes! You can read this modern retelling for free. Our story retellings closely follow the original storylines and add modern twists in the illustrations.
Is there a Goldilocks And The Three Bears read aloud?
You can choose to experience this story read aloud or you can read it yourself.
Who wrote goldilocks and the three bears?
The original story was first published as "The Story of the Three Bears" in 1837. We know this was written by Robert Southey, an English writer and poet.
The intruder of the three bears house was originally an old woman; this character was adapted to a young girl by another English poet, Joseph Cundall, in 1849. Twelve years later than the original publication.
Whose bed did Goldilocks like the best and why?
After trying the big bear, medium bear and baby bear’s beds Goldilocks thought that the best bed was baby bears because it was not too hard and not too soft, it was just right.
How does the Goldilocks story go?
In summary Goldilocks And The Three Bears is a classic fairytale about a young girl with golden hair who is very curious. The young girl finds an empty house owned by three bears; Mama bear, Papa bear and Baby bear. Papa bear is the biggest bear, Mama bear is the middle-sized bear and the smallest bear is the baby.
Curiosity gets the best of her and the young girl soon finds herself in trouble. She enters the bear house and sits on the bear chairs, tastes their porridge and finally curls up in the three bears' beds. When the bears return home to find a girl napping in their house they are surprised and not very happy! In the end, the girl and the three bears become friends and live happily ever after.
Is this a bedtime story?
This is a great example of a bedtime story. It’s nostalgic for parents and has a happy ending for kids. That’s if they make it to the end of the story before falling asleep!
Why do we write bedtime stories for kids?
When we first decided to create a bedtime story for kids, we knew we wanted it to be fun, engaging and high quality.
We wanted Sooper Books to bring children's publishing into the 21st century. We strongly believe that nighttime stories for kids need to fit seamlessly into modern family lives which is why our free stories are all online.
It began when we started writing stories for our own family. Then our friends and wider families asked for copies and we started to share Sooper Books with other children.
At Sooper Books we write, curate and narrate stories for kids so they can enjoy the best quality content, enchanting stories and magical adventures. With our stories we work towards promoting a positive attitude to reading and instill a love of books in children from an early age.
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