The Three Bears A Little Golden Book Copyright 1948 Renewed 1975
The Three Bears A Little Golden Book Copyright 1948 Renewed 1975
The Three Bears A Little Golden Book Copyright 1948 Renewed 1975
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The Three Bears A Little Golden Book Copyright 1948 Renewed 1975

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Presented to you is this 1975 Reprint of the The Three Bears A Little Golden Book

Condition: VG+ as this sweet little book is near mint with literally very few flaws. The pages are crisp and the cover is strong and sturdy.

About: The Three Bears A Little Golden Book was Illustrated by F. Rojankovsky. It was originally printed and copywritten in 1948. This particular book is a reprint from 1975. Synopsis: In the story, three anthropomorphic bears – "a Little, Small, Wee Bear, a Middle-sized Bear, and a Great, Huge Bear" – live together in a house in the woods. Each of these "bachelor" bears has his own porridge bowl, chair, and bed. One day they make porridge for breakfast, but it's too hot to eat, so take a walk in the woods while their porridge cools. A little girl named Goldilocks approaches the bears' house. She looks through a window, peeps through the keyhole, and lifts the latch. Assured that no one is home, she walks in. The little girl eats the Wee Bear's porridge, then settles into his chair and breaks it. Prowling about, she finds the bears' beds and falls asleep in Wee Bear's bed. The dark end of the tale is reached when the bears return. Wee Bear finds his empty bowl, his broken chair, and Goldilocks in his bed and cries, "Somebody has been lying in my bed, and here she is!" Goldilocks wakes up and runs away from the Three Bears' house. 

Our grade: VG+

Grading System:
Mint (M): Looks like it was never used and preserved in the best environment.
Near Mint (NM): Looks like it just came from the retail store and recently opened.
Very Good Plus (VG+): Except for a couple very minor things, this would be near mint.
Very Good (VG): Has minor wear but still works as its designed purpose.
Good (G): Is has significant wear but still works as its designed purpose.
Poor (P): Broken, cracked, heavily damaged, ripped in very bad condition.

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