I have to admit, the original Goldilocks is not my favorite. I don't particularly like the way she gets off scot-free. That is why my favorite version of Goldilocks is the 2009 retelling by Ruth Sanderson.
It is true to the original tale, but, in my opinion, it has a more satisfying ending. Goldilocks has to make amends for her actions and there is even a blueberry muffin recipe to extend the story to your kitchen.
Of course, there are many variations on Goldilocks. So many, in fact, that this is post 1 of 2! Here are some that have quickly become "read again" favorites.
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