Writing Project: The Goldilocks Dialogue of The Three Bears!
Goldilocks and the Story of the Three Bears is a fantastic classic that has been told again and again in many styles and variations. I've enjoyed this story by telling it on-stage to thousands of children over the years (I love playing Baby Bear!!!) I've decided to put up a new adaptation to this classic tale on the internet, but as a writing project.
Below, you'll find that I've written my own version as an introduction; a rhyming dialogue for you to begin writing your own version of Goldilocks and the Story of the Three Bears. You can take it in any direction you'd like with your version!
Have fun and may you enjoy this version of Goldilocks and the Story of the Three Bears as much as I have.
Read more about Goldilocks and The Three Bears
- The Story of the Three Bears - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Great for historical information, plot, interpretations and more! Also includes more links to Goldilocks-related info.
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The Dialogue Begins...
Mother! Mother, listen to me!
I've just come home from The House of Bears, Three!
With all there's to do,
So much to be done,
I've no time for you,
I really must run.
I will only take a minute of your time, dearest Mother.
I've made friends with Baby Bear; he's like my brother.
In all of the years that you've been my daughter,
You've always told the truth; just as you ought! Er,
This better be fast, for there's so much to be done.
Have a seat and relax; here's some tea and a bun.
Oh, my gosh and golly goodness! May I have some food with this, Miss.
Here you go!
Alright, I'm ready. Go!
I don't think you want to hear my story.
I do. I do! Especially if it's grim and gory.
It isn't at all, though I was quite scared;
But only for a bit.
I even threw a fit.
But it was all fine when it was declared...
That I was not going to be
A meal for Bear 1, Bear 2, or Bear 3.
Oh, sheesh! You've told me the end.
Can I now begin?
Now it's your turn...
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