Goldilocks, or the Three Bears
by Zachary Ronson
In this retelling of the "Goldilocks, or the Three Bears" fable, Goldilocks must choose between a long walk home on an empty stomach or to throw caution to the wind and enter a strange house that's seemingly empty to find food. This time, however, things are a little different. Will Goldilocks repeat the same actions we all know ahead of time? Will the outcome be the same?