Goldilocks and the Three Polar Bears by Ross Murray

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A timely story about the dangers of drilling for oil in the Arctic environments, Goldilocks and the Three Bears touches upon the connection between human activity and environmental consequences. A young girl is moved to the Arctic because of her father's job with the oil industry. She develops a connection with the polar bears that she sees in her area. When an oil rig leaks and the spill is set on fire, the child is left wondering what will become of her furry friends.

About Ross Murray

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Ross Murray is a New Zealand-based acclaimed illustrator and comics creator, who is passionate about nature and the environment. In 2011, he experienced firsthand the devastating effects of an oil spill on the beach outside his home at Mount Maunganui. This disaster, combined with a desire for his two young children to grow up in a clean and healthy world, inspired him to write this book.
Published May 1, 2016 by Craigmore Creations. 36 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Goldilocks in this story is an oil rig, the three bears are polar bears that live on the ice near the oil rig, and the main character is a little girl whose father flies men out to the rig in a helicopter.

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