Book Title and Author(s): Goldilocks and the Three Bears by Joan Gallup
Summary: This fairytale was written in 1837. It is about a girl named Goldilocks who goes for a walk in a forest when she finds a house. She goes inside the house and finds three bowls of porridge. The first one is too hot, the second is too cold and the third is just right. She then goes to sit in a chair, the first one was too big, the second one was too big, and the last one was just right. She then wants to lay down in bed. The first bed was too hard, the second bed was too soft and the third bed was just right. Goldilocks then fell fast asleep. Then, the three bears come home and realize someone is in their house. Goldilocks jumps out of bed and runs away as fast as she can.
Favorite Part: My favorite part of this story is when goldilocks falls fast asleep and wakes up frantically. It shows that you should not take what is not yours. She almost got herself in trouble by taking someone else's belongings.
Recommendation: I would definitely recommend this fairytale to all children. It is a classic story that all children should know. Goldilocks and the three bears teaches a great story about respecting the privacy and property of others.