Professor Goose Debunks Goldilocks and the Three Bears

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Professor Goose Debunks Goldilocks and the Three Bears is sort of the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears and sort of scientific facts about how the story couldn’t be true in real life. Professor Marie Curious Goose is Mother Goose’s great-niece, who needs to tell everyone how things that happened in the story of Goldilocks couldn’t be true and are instead false. An example is that bears wouldn’t be living in a house because their natural habitat is to live in dens underground or in caves. Another example is how the baby bear’s porridge shouldn’t have been the one that was “just right,” but instead, the mother bear’s should have been.

Professor Goose gives seven “fact-checks” throughout the story that I found interesting and didn’t know before. I liked reading Goldilocks and the Three Bears again, but it was different with the interruptions from Professor Goose, and I’m not sure if I liked it so much that way. At the end of the story are instructions on how to build a chair for a bear using things you can find at home (e.g., egg cartons, toilet paper rolls, cardboard, etc.) that should hopefully work because Professor Goose says so!

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Author Paulette Bourgeois,Alex G Griffiths
Star Count 3.5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 40 pages
Publisher Tundra
Publish Date 21-Jun-2022
ISBN 9780735267305
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Issue September 2022
Category Children's