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Rolling Along with Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Written by Cindy Meyers
Illustrated by Carol Morgan




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$16.95

isbn# 978-1-890627-12-6
1999
Hardcover
8?" x 11"
28 pages
26 color illustrations
Ages 3-7


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Once upon a time, there were three bears: a great big Papa Bear, a middle-sized Mama Bear, and spunky little Baby Bear who used a wheelchair to get around. They lived in the forest in a house that had ramps instead of steps for Baby Bear.

There were three chairs in their home. There was a great big chair for Papa Bear, a middle-sized chair for Mama Bear, and a wee little chair for Baby Bear. Baby Bear's chair had a really slippery transfer board to help him get from his wheelchair to his regular chair.

Upstairs, there were three beds. There was a great big bed for Papa Bear, a middle-sized bed for Mama Bear, and special bed that moved up and down for Baby Bear.

One morning, Mama Bear made some porridge for breakfast. She filled a great big bowl for Papa Bear, a middle-sized bowl for herself, and a wee little bowl for Baby Bear.

The porridge was too hot to eat, so Mama Bear and Papa Bear decided to take Baby Bear to physical while the porridge cooled off.

An excerpt from Rolling Along with Goldilocks and the Three Bears


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