c~Je· oldilocks G .

J U lIOn
-

---

No. 508

25¢

ANI) 711£ 71116 BEAkS

Solve this puzzle by placing the point of your pencil or crayon on dot number land drawing a line to dol number 2. Then you draw another line to dot number 3and soon, until you have connected all the dots. After you have done this, you may use your crayons to color this surprise picture.

C.LA5SIC$ 11LUSTRATED JUNIOR ..•. H.",ber 5.QS, Glf.om,,,, "'ut~~" l.td. 1954. Wi.tor U~ lssue, I.... ad quorterly' by CI."l •• m •• t,at.d, 101 Fif,hAv •., Ne ... 'f.rk, N.Y" l000J. ~.prod""fl.n.f ... y ",o"riol io menner whll'tsuc'ri!1' hi prehllH'lrdi• P,lnted i_I U.S.A.

0.,

AN!) TII£ 7II~E£ BEAkS
O
NCE UPON A TIME THERE WERE THREE BEARS WHO LIVED IN A COTTAGE IN THE WOODS ... A GREAT BIG FATHER BEAR, A MIDDLE-SIZED MOTHER BEAR ANO A LITTLE, TINY BABY BEAR. EACH OF THE BEARS HAD A BOWL FOR PORRIDGL THERE WAS A GREAT BIG BOWL, II IIoU DDLE- SIZED BOWL AND II LIT TLE, TINY BOWL. EACH OFTHE BEARS HAD A COMFORTABLE CHAIR TO sir IN. THERE WAS A GREAT BIG CHAIR, A MlDDLE-SIZED CHAIR AND A LlHLE, TINY CHAIR AND EACH OFTHE BEARS HAO A WARM BED TO SLEEP IN THERE WAS A GREAT BIG BED, A MIDDLE-SIZED BED AND A LITTLE, TINY BED

Goldilocks

ONE fIIlO"NING, THE fHRE'£ SEARS SAT DOWN TO THEIR BREAKFAST OF PORRIDGE.

• WHO WANTS

BA£AKFAST? I THINK I'LL. GO PICK SOME FL.OWERS FOR MUMMY, iNSTEAD. THEN SHE WON'T 8E ANGRY WITH ME.

GOLO!LO~, WHO LiVES ON APPLE ROAD. SHE • SI'1OULON'T BEHEIIIE IN THESE

'M1'YjHERE COMtS I.ITTL.E

N.O, aUT I THINK WE'D SETTER KEEPAN
EYE ON HER, SHE MIGt1T GET IIIITO MISCHIEF •

THERE ISN'T MUCH 1'1 THIS 1.ITTLE,

TINY BOWL •.

10

WH.lT C.CPoIFOfITABLE L.OOKING C;"'~!ftS! I THINK I'LL SIT HEliE FOIl .l WHILE.

II THIS liTTLE CHAIR

IS JUST RIGHT.

SO~(ONE HAS BEEN E:4l11lG MV FQ)lRIDGE

I G4N'T IMAGINE, DEAR YOUR BROTHER ISN'T DUE TO ARRIVE
UNTIL NEXT WEEK_

AND THEY

HAVE"N'T
6E'EN UPSTAIRS

YET

III
AND lEE«

acPII tONE lin

,mnl~rN NV aU:1• .um ~.u IIIOUN IT ALI. TO • ITS'

LET'S LOOK IN THE 6EDROOM,

ASTEA 1l1AN YOU CAN &,loY "8MAKFASTI9 R£J.DY," SKE

WAS OOWNhiE PAT'f ANO
QUT OF SIGHT

OF .cOURSE: YOU ME, DEA,R. AND YOU ARE: GOI~G TO APOLOGIZE
TO THEBEAI15. LET

ME SEE ... MAYBE THE SPARROW CAN HELP.

Up INTO

THE -CHERRY TREE WHO SHOUl.D CLIMB BUT LITTI.E ME?' r HE'LDTHE TRUNK WITH BOTfo! MY HANDS. ABROAD ON fOREIGN LANDS

AND LOOKED

I SAW THE
I SAW IF

NEXT DOOR GARDE.N UE, ADORNED WITH FLOWERS, BEFORE MI' EYE, AND MANY PLEASANT PLACES MORE THAT 1 HAO NEVER SEEN BEFORiE.

TH~ DIMFlUNG RIVER I'ASS AND BE THE 5K,('S SLUE LOOKING-GLASS, T!1E DUSTY ROADS GO UP AND DOWN WITH PEOPLE TRAMPING INtO TOWN. I COULD FIND A H leHE.R TREE FARTHER AND FARTHER (SHOULD SEE, ro WHERE fHE GROWN- UP R1VER SLIPS INTO THE SEA AMONG THE. Shl~S.

To WHERE THE ROADS ON EITHER
LEAD

HAND ONWARD INTO FAIRY LAND) WHERe: M.L notE CHILDREN DINE AT FIVE, AND ALL THE Pl,.AYTHjNGS COME ALIVE.

8Y R08ERT LOUIS STEVENSON

Classics Illustrated Junior.

Best loved stories from the wonderful world 0 Fairy Tales. Only 25~ each.
501 SNOW
SE\I~N

WI<I'~
QWARfS

ANO lHE

SOl THE UGLY lIUCJ(LiNS> S~3 CI N DnELl A 504 THE PliO ~lPU
$OS TH~ SLEEPING BEAUTY

50~ 'J}fE l UTUE >ISS 507 JACK AND II< e 8EANSIIIlK 508 GOlDILOCKS ..01.0

513 PINOC(HIO 515 JOHNNY APPIESEED. 516 ALADDIN AND HIS lAMP 5]1 rljE. EMpr~OR'> .nw I:;IOTH~S .518 THE GOlCEN GOOS.

5n
530

THE "' ....OIC SUVAN1,
'nlE GOLDEN BIRO

591 RAPUNZEl 5"33 THE MAGIC
~3~ 53! 536 'HIE GOLDEN WIIARP CI-t'MN~Y

FOUNTAIN TOUCH
Of OZ SWEEP

THE
TIlE

.,, Mue

BUNVAN

TIn; 3

BEARS ."0 THE

$09

BEAUTY

&,A~T 510 lITTlE ,REO' RIDING 1I00P 511 PUSS-N·BOOYS S12 RIiMPEL$TllTSKIN

5tll 5>;1 513' ~24 S2.s 526

THUMan INA THE "I'GHIINGIM THE GAllANT tAilOR THE WILD SWANS THE U'r'!l~ 1<U1I.I\',A 10 !HE FROG PIlINCE 511 TH. OOlOEN.HAIRn, GIANT 5'8 TKE peNNY PRINCE

n7

5.39 THE

THE "fHRIE fAIRIES 53~ ,mY HIlNS ENCHA!4U!> HIH 5'1 SNOW WHITE ~ ROSE RED 543 '!lIe HOUH IN 1H, WOODS 545 TH E GLASS MO\J1IjU IN 546 THE ElVE$ AND TH~
SHOEMAKER

r-----------------------------,
Qn sal. tYfrlW~m! ar ~rlIl!f dlr/ltl. lise thl, rOUJ1il"or f'<>i",~.and orderby N.01b.r.

Only 25c each.

I Clauics

Illustrated. Dept. S I 10' Flffh An, .• New York. N.Y. 10003

I Enclosed I SOl I I I
I
502 503 5a~ 5.5 506 5.,

is $
Sot SO. 510 511 51' 51J ~1S 516 iU 51 a 5" 520 522 523 51~

for tho i.sue'
531 ~3 534 535 536 »1 S'JI 515 H6 521 51i 519 530

clreled
539 541 543 50 546 541 5<11

below, sent Po"poid.
549 552 553 5,. 5" SSI 5., 5~O M2 5.4 56J 566 561 571 512 57'3 $74 575 576

I I I I
I

~47 S4u Sq~ 552 S5) 554

I r I
r r

I I I
I I
r

I

I

r
r

Name Address.

I
I

L~~~

I City

~~~

J

1

TA~\E T"~ "')'<lIC PIT(HU SIMPl~ ~AU TfU 1 urns DWARF~ KING THRUSt-ll<EARtl THe ~NCH"'NT~D DEn sss TH~ 3 !;OLOE>! !>,PPL!S 5SS THE MAGIC OISI! 559 THE J"PAN{~£ JANnllN 560 "1ft! DOlL 'RINc;ES$ S~1 THE iNcHANleo 'ONY 5<4 TH ~ SAlT Meu 111M I III 565 THE SILLY P~INCUS 516 CLUN,SY I-IAN5 568 THE HAPPY HEDG~HOG 57! HOW FIRE CAME 10 mE INPIANS 57l THE DRUMMER .OY 513 1'1<£ CRYSTAL BAIL .574 UIGHTa001S S15 THE HARlESS PRINe. 576 IKE PRII'ICES5 WHO SAW EVERYTHING

ute WISHI"'!>