Goldilocks and the Three Bears by Steven Guarnaccia
A Tale Moderne

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When she discovers the three bears’ house in the woods, Goldilocks ventures in and makes herself at home. According to tradition, she sits in the chairs, samples the meal laid on the table, and takes a nap. Yet something is different in this retelling of the classic story of the girl with golden locks.

 

Though our heroine is the same, our bears certainly are not. These bears are hip; they have a sense of style and a love of design. Their split-level home is filled with furnishings created by an international crowd of celebrated designers, from Alvar Aalto to Charles and Ray Eames to Isamu Noguchi.

 

Children will delight in this long-beloved story given new life by Steven Guarnaccia’s stylized artwork—and may even pick up a design tip or two.

F&P Level: N
F&P Genre: TL
 

About Steven Guarnaccia

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Guarnaccia is an illustrator, designer, and author.
 
Published November 1, 2010 by Harry N. Abrams. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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There was a big burly Papa Bear, a medium-sized Mama Bear, and their pint-sized Baby Bear."

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"Once upon a time, a family of bears lived in a split-level house deep in the forest. There was a big burly Papa Bear, a medium-sized Mama Bear, and their pint-sized Baby Bear."

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""It's so unfair, someone's been eating my chili, and has eaten it all up,"" Baby Bear laments.

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