Synopses & Reviews
We all know that Goldilocks has a lot to say about the Three Bears. Everything they have is either too hot or too cold or too big or too lumpy or too hard or too soft or too completely, absolutely wrong. Only one of them can get anything right! Just right, that is. andlt;BRandgt; andlt;BRandgt; But have you ever wondered, even for the littlest mini-second, what the Three Bears think about andlt;iandgt;herandlt;/iandgt;? andlt;BRandgt; andlt;BRandgt; Well, it turns out those bears have a thing or two, or three, to say... andlt;BRandgt; andlt;BRandgt; Margaret Willey turns this fav-orite classic upside down...because there's always another side to the story....
Everyone knows Goldilock's has a lot to say about the Three Bears, but what do they think of her? Willey and Solomon turn this classic tale upside-down showing that there is another side to every story. Full color.
About the Author
andlt;bandgt;Heather M. Solomonandlt;/bandgt; was named a andlt;Iandgt;Publishers Weeklyandlt;/iandgt; Flying Start for andlt;Iandgt;Clever Beatrice,andlt;/iandgt; winner of the Charlotte Zolotow Award. She is also the illustrator of andlt;Iandgt;Clever Beatrice and the Best Little Ponyandlt;/iandgt; by Margaret Willey and andlt;Iandgt;If I Were a Lionandlt;/iandgt; by Sarah Weeks. She lives in New Mexico with her husband, daughter, and son, who especially love to share joyous secrets.