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“Goldilocks and the Three Bears” is a children’s tale dating back to the 1800’s in which a little girl named Goldilocks was walking through the forest and came upon a house. When she enters the house, she finds three bowls of porridge. The first one is too salty, the next too sweet, but the third bowl is just-right so she eats all if it. Goldilocks next finds three chairs. The first one is too high and the second is too low, but the third chair is just-right so she sits in it.  Goldilocks next finds three beds. The first bed is too hard and the second is too soft, but the third is just-right so she curls up and falls asleep in it.   When the three bears who live in the house (Papa Bear, Mama Bear and Baby Bear) come home, they quickly realize someone has been in their home.  When Goldilocks hears the bears talking, she jumps out of the bed and runs away as fast as she can. Of course Baby Bear is disturbed that someone has eaten his porridge, sat in his chair and slept in his bed.

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