Goldilocks, Go Home!

Goldilocks, Go Home!

Martha Freeman, Marta Sevilla

$9.99

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Prepare to laugh out loud at the antics of Goldilocks and The Three Bears in this illustrated chapter book for lovers of snarky humor and fractured fairy tales.

"So I ate some porridge and broke a chair--get over it!" Goldilocks snipes at Bobby Bear, as Baby Bear is now calling himself. Tensions are high at the Three Bears cottage where Goldilocks--an overdramatic tween who has deluded herself into believing she's a princess--is stranded until the Big Bad Wolf vacates the area.

A hungry troll, three pigs with a home improvement show on HoGTV, and of course the Big Bad Wolf all figure into the story in this hilarious mash-up of folk and fairy tales from around the world.

In chapters full of quirky and clever drawings, Bobby and Goldilocks alternate narrating the story of their hair-raising adventures. Goldilocks aka "Furless" and Bobby are constantly at one another's throats and can't stop interrupting each other. But despite their mutual animosity, a kind of affection develops between Bobby and Goldilocks, and they become something like friends. As Bobby explains, "I mean, annoying as she was, I didn't want her to end up wolf kibble." Over 80 illustrations are included.


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Martha Freeman:
Martha Freeman has written fiction for children of all ages, including The First Kids Mysteries, The Chickadee Court Mysteries, and Strudel's Forever Home. She lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Marta Sevilla is an exciting young artist whose work has appeared in newspapers and magazines in both North America and Europe, including The Washington Post and the Boston Globe. She lives in Spain.


Martha Freeman has written fiction for children of all ages, including The First Kids Mysteries, The Chickadee Court Mysteries, and Strudel's Forever Home. She lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Marta Sevilla is an exciting young artist whose work has appeared in newspapers and magazines in both North America and Europe, including The Washington Post and the Boston Globe. She lives in Spain.

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