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Goldilocks and the Three Bears

por Jan Brett

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Lost in the woods, a tired and hungry girl finds the house of the three bears where she helps herself to food and goes to sleep.
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This book had a story that was true to the classic tale, but I included it as a variation because of its illustrations. Specifically, the way that Goldilocks was drawn was very naturalistic, more so than any of the other depictions. I felt that when kids saw her they would be more inclined to imagine the situation as reality, and maybe even put themselves into her shoes more easily, which would give them a different feeling than if they were reading a more cartoonish version. ( )
  blueskygreentrees | Jul 30, 2023 |
Note: I accessed a digital review copy of this book through Edelweiss. ( )
  fernandie | Sep 15, 2022 |
I pretty much always adore Jan Brett's illustrated retold folktales, but her iteration of Goldilocks and the Three Bears is one of her strongest, in my opinion. Utilizing her trademark framed illustrations, each scene is packed full of information and imagery as we see the dual perspectives of the bears' and Goldilock's activities that are happening in two arenas of actions. The Goldilocks character is fine in a technical sense (she's lifelike, but a little flat), but the bear family are where Brett excells. She always illustrates animals really well, but this family of bears has such personality that we can clearly see each character come through in this small amount of pictures. We see the fur on Papa Bear become ruffled and messy as his anger rises at the invasion of his home, Mama Bear become flustered as her too-soft bed is slept in by a stranger, and Baby Bear's sadness is palpable as he gazes at his empty bowl and destroyed chair. I've never been a fan of the selfish and thieving Goldilocks, but Brett really shows the audience the error of her ways as we see the lovely cottage home of the bears destroyed. It's too bad that she doesn't finish the story with more bite, as Papa Bear is clearly more than a match for the silly little milkmaid. At least we're left knowing that the bears were never trouble by the little thief again! ( )
  JaimieRiella | Feb 25, 2021 |
Each picture shows the effect of Goldilocks actions and how the bears react at the end. The illustrations captured my attention as they drew me in with their unique style. The author uses a mixture of fantasy, cartoon and reality to portray their message. It is a classic plot to support the overall theme of every action has a reaction.
  NMiller22 | Jul 18, 2019 |
Goldilocks and the Three Bears is a very interesting story about what is right or wrong in our everyday life. The author uses a great job of showing how ones actions may affect other people through illustrations. Each picture shows the effect of Goldilocks actions and how the bears react at the end. The illustrations captured my attention as they drew me in with their unique style. The author uses a mixture of fantasy, cartoon and reality to portray their message. It is a classic plot to support the overall theme of every action has a reaction. ( )
  adanic1 | Apr 16, 2019 |
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Brett's retelling, adapted from Andrew Lang, is strong and smooth. These well-heeled Scandinavian-looking bears live in a house that would put yuppy collectors of country homes and folk art to shame, and the elaborate, imaginative, and richly colored designs bear repeated viewings. Every tuft of beary fur is clear, every item of clothing is ornamented, and every article of furniture is carved, patterned, or decorated. Bear motifs are repeated throughout, including carved bear beds, handmade bear porridge bowls, and a solid bear door. Brett's use of borders continues to expand upon the storyline. Here wide woody borders in the double-page spreads contain elements of the action occuring elsewhere. They alternate with simple narrow borders in the single-page illustrations. Personality emerges nicely. The ``little, small, wee'' bear bumbles into everything, and the great huge bear is alternately gentle and gruff, but the middle-sized bear attracts little direct attention. Goldilocks is somewhat less successful. At first, her face is finely drawn, but in later pages it's a bit flattened. Overall, some readers might wish for less decorations and some imaginative space, and may be overwhelmed by the amount of detail, but Brett's fans will be delighted.
adicionada por ReneHohls | editarSchool Library Journal, December 1987, Vol. 34, p70, 1p, Leda Schubert (Dec 1, 1987)
 
In a charming new edition of a favorite nursery tale, Brett closely follows the traditional text used by Leslie Brooke with only a few updatings (the bears no longer open their bedroom window in the morning), embellishments (nuts and honey in the porridge), and emendations (the bears walk in the woods ""while the porridge was cooling,"" a simplification of ""that they might not burn their mouths by beginning too soon to eat it""). Brett's now-familiar use of Eastern European folk motifs and decorative borders is well-suited to the story, and employed very much in Brooke's spirit: the cosy forest home is furnished with belongings decorated with bees, berries, sunflowers, and all manner of things pertaining to bears. The softer-toned borders emulate carved wood and incorporate amplyifing vignettes; in addition, they include an enchanting series of mice, who also coexist peaceably with the bears in the brightly colored illustrations and, in fact, are shown on the title page as the diminutive artists who have reproduced themselves in wood. This sumptuously detailed world provides the background for a Goldilocks with flaxen braids and for precisely characterized bears that are largeand solid enough to inspire delicious awe. Perfect to share with individual or group, this belongs on everyone's list.
 

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