Below if the fourth part of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears."
Papa Bear was very worried now. "Who in the world could have done such a thing?" he asked.
"Maybe we should check the bedroom," Mama Bear suggested.
The Bear family made their way to their cozy bedroom.
"I hope that whoever it is, is not hiding under my bed!" Baby Bear said.
"Don't worry," Papa Bear said taking his paw. "We will check under your bed."
The Bear family slowly walked to their bedroom.
Papa Bear walked to his great big bed. "Someone has been sleeping in my bed and has disturbed my pillow," he said in his loud, rumbly voice.
Mama Bear looked at her middle-size bed. She gasped! She picked up the pillow that had been thrown on the floor. "Oh no, someone has been sleeping in my bed," she said impatiently. "I wish that someone would learn to pick up after themselves."
Baby Bear walked slowly to his small bed. He rubbed his eyes and leaned in more closely. He saw what was on the pillow. He saw what was under the covers. Frightened, he touched her gently to see if she was real. He ran back to his parents. "Someone has been sleeping in my bed," said Baby Bear in his wee, quiet voice.
"And that someone is sleeping there still!"
Until then, Goldilocks had been dreaming. Somewhere in the distance she could hear strange voices. One voice rumbled like thunder. Another voice, sounded like rain. The third voice was so soft she felt as if it touched
her. And it did!
Without opening her eyes, Goldilocks made another wish.
I wish that whoever's bed I'm in is sweet and kind, Goldilocks thought and slowly opened her eyes. She looked into three brown hairy faces with three shiny black noses.
Screaming, she leaped from the bed.
"Who are you?" asked Papa Bear in his loud, rumbly voice.
Goldilocks had jumped right out the window and by the time the Bear family leaned out for a look, Goldilocks was gone. She ran straight through the forest and home.
The Bear family would never know who she was or why she had come.
Baby Bear sometimes wished she would come back and play, even if that meant sharing his oatmeal.