Three Bears: Ursa Major, Minor & Minimus!

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Silverlocks From The Three Bears

And, as the door stood open, in walked boldly,

This child, whose name was Silverlocks, I’m told;

There was nobody there to treat her coldly,

No friend to call her back, no nurse to scold.

She found herself within a parlour charming;

And there upon the table were placed

Three basins, sending up a smell so warming,

That she at once felt hungry, and must taste.

The largest basin first, but hot and biting

The soup was in it, and the second too;

The smallest basin tasted so inviting,

That up she ate it all, with small ado.

Illustration:  The Three Bears’ Picture Book  Illustrated by Walter Crane  George Routledge and Sons:  London & New York.

Silverlocks From The Three Bears

The Three Bears’ Picture Book

Illustrated by Walter Crane

George Routledge and Sons: London & New York.

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