Author(s): Janet Brown
This is an engaging retelling of a classic tale, with appropriate language that children can follow as you read to them or they try for themselves. The delightful storyline, bright and imaginative drawings, and big fun format are designed to appeal to young readers. Interactive questions and writing exercises at the back of the book provide a valuable learning too! Goldilocks is tired and hungry after picking flowers in the woods, and decides to take a rest in a pretty house she finds in a clearing. Little does she know that the house belongs to three bears. What will the bears say when they find out that Goldilocks has been sitting in their chairs, has been eating their porridge, and is now fast asleep in Baby Bear's bed...? The classic children's story is retold for a new generation in this charming book, with lively illustrations throughout, simple vocabulary and familiar language that young readers can follow easily.
Janet Brown is an established adapter, author, illustrator and narrator of children's books. Ken Morton has worked for more than twenty years as an artist and illustrator in a wide range of fields.