The Hare family-Papa, Mama, and Little Baby Hare-are enjoying a peaceful, quiet, lovely day in their rabbit hole. It′s quiet, at least until they hear a big THUMP outside their door. The thump is Goldilocks herself, who has fallen down the rabbit hole after being chased away by the Three Bears. The Hare family is happy to help the poor girl, who has hurt her foot. But as you might imagine, Goldie is not a very good houseguest. She is a tough girl to please, since every chair is too hard, too soft, or otherwise not just right. And, if you were the Hares, you might agree that Goldilocks is loud, obnoxious, and demanding. But when Goldie is finally comfy-cozy in the Hares′s rabbit hole, how are they ever going to get her to leave?
Margie Palatini and Jack E. Davis bring a hilarious, just-right twist to the nursery classic.
|File size:||9 MB|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Margie Palatini is the author of many outrageously funny books for children, including Piggie Pie!, illustrated by Howard Fine; Moosetache, Mooseltoe, and the Bad Boys series, all illustrated by Henry Cole; The Cheese, illustrated by Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher; No Biting, Louise, illustrated by Matthew Reinhart; and Gorgonzola, illustrated by Tim Bowers. She lives with her family in New Jersey.
Jack E. Davis has illustrated two picture books by Daniel Pinkwater: The Picture of Morty and Ray and Yo-yo Man. Other books he has illustrated include the New York Times bestseller Marsupial Sue by John Lithgow. He is a recipient of the New York Society of Illustrators Gold Medal Award for Humor. He lives and paints goofy pictures in Port Townsend, Washington.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
As Goldilocks is running from the Three Bears, she falls down a rabbit hole and hurts her foot. But this is not just any rabbit hole, it leads to the home of the Three Hares. The Hares graciously take her in and help her with her foot, but Goldilocks is not a pleasant guest. She is greedy, loud, BIG, and DEMANDING! The Three Hares try to think of a way to get her to leave, but she just won't go. Maybe the mention of The Three Bears will do the trick...