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Goldilocks And The Three Magic Words.

Authored by Dr. Swati Popat Vats


about this book

Everyone knows the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears; how a little girl gets lost in the woods and enters the bear’s home. She tastes all their bowls or porridge, sits on all chairs, breaks one, sleeps on the beds. Each time the story is a big bowl, medium and small and we know that children’s brain’s grow and crave for repetition. This is the need of the “connections” to strengthen themselves, based on “use it” “lose it”. But where life’s value is concerned is Goldilocks an apt story for young growing minds? On one hand we teach them about ‘please’, ‘thank you’, and ‘sorry’, on the other hand, this story teaches them the contrary!