My rating: 4 of 5 stars
There is nothing better to a weary-eyed mom who reads to her children at bedtime than a creative, well-written children’s story. It also helps tremendously when the book is an imaginative, clever adaptation of an age-old fairy tale.
Agnese Baruzzi and Sandro Natalini have written what they deem the true story of Goldilocks which whets the appetites of children everywhere whose curiosity allows them to imagine what happened before Goldilocks got to the three bears’ home.
Written as a novelty book, you and your children can open envelopes and find letters inside, open flaps, turn paper wheels and marvel at beautiful pop-up illustrations. You and your children will enjoy the authors’ keen story about why Goldilocks was really in the woods that fateful day when she eats the three bears’ food, tests out their furniture, and is discovered sleeping when they return home.