Classics Illustrated Junior #508: Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Children find the story of Goldilocks delightful for so many reasons. There's a trespassing little girl, for starters, who barges into the bears' house uninvited and not only snoops around, but eats the bears' food! The suspense of wondering whether she'll get caught only adds to the thrill of the trespassing itself. The repeated lines about the three bears with their three distinct voices, bowls, chairs, and beds further endear this tale. Beautifully illustrated, this classic tale will capture children's interest and spark their imagination, inspiring a lifelong love of literature and reading.


Written by

Various Robert Southey

Art by

Dik Brown William A. Walsh

Colored by

Christina Choma Wayne Downey


Children's Fantasy Literature

About Book

Page Count

35 Pages

Digital Release Date

December 11 2013

Age Rating

All Ages


2013 First Classics, Inc.

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