Goldilocks and The Three Bears
Once upon a time, there was a curious little girl named Goldilocks.
She lived in a small cottage with her family near a dense forest.
One day, while she was out on a walk, she stumbled upon a house that was not her own.
Intrigued, she approached the house and saw that it belonged to three bears: Mama Bear, Papa Bear, and Baby Bear.
Goldilocks, being the curious and bold girl that she was, decided to go inside and have a look.
She went into the kitchen and saw three bowls of porridge on the table.
Without hesitation, she decided to taste the porridge from the first bowl.
However, it was too hot for her to enjoy, so she moved on to the second bowl.
Unfortunately, that one was too cold for her liking.
But, as luck would have it, the third bowl of porridge was just the right temperature.
Goldilocks took a big spoonful and savored the delicious taste.
After she finished the porridge, Goldilocks went into the living room and saw three chairs.
She decided to sit in the first chair to take a break, but it was too hard and uncomfortable.
The second chair was too soft and sunk too much.
However, the third chair was just right - it was soft but not too soft, and hard but not too hard.
She sat there for a while, enjoying the comfort.
Finally, Goldilocks went into the bedroom and saw three beds.
She was feeling tired from her walk and decided to lie down for a bit.
She lay down on the first bed and it was too hard for her liking.
The second bed was too soft, and she sank into it too much.
But, when she lay down on the third bed, it was just perfect.
She felt so comfortable and cozy that she soon fell asleep.
As time went by, the three bears returned to their home and were surprised to find a stranger, Goldilocks, sleeping in Baby Bear's bed.
They approached her cautiously and when she woke up, she saw the bears and ran out of the house as fast as she could.
From that day on, Goldilocks never went into someone else's house again.
She learned her lesson about respecting others' property and privacy.
But, she also learned about the importance of being kind and polite to others, even if they are strangers.
She continued to live her life, always being curious and adventurous, but also being mindful and respectful of those around her.