Ravensburger: Goldilocks Gets Caught!: 1000 Piece Puzzle

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  • [About This 1000pc Puzzle] Neither too hard nor too easy, this Dean MacAdam puzzle is “just right” with a peek into the Three Bears’ home and how “Goldilocks Gets Caught!”
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  • [Premium Puzzling Experience] Captivating imagery from artists across the globe. Clean-cut pieces with Ravensburger’s perfect interlocking fit.
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Neither too hard nor too easy, this Dean MacAdam puzzle is “just right” with a peek into the Three Bears’ home and how “Goldilocks Gets Caught!” Someone’s been eating Papa Bear’s porridge, and someone’s been sitting in Mama Bear’s chair, and someone’s been sleeping in Baby Bear’s bed, and she’s still there! The Three Bears just left for a quick walk while this impertinent young girl waltzed in and helped herself to whatever she liked. Maybe having a huge fright and jumping out the window will teach her not to trespass! Leave it to Dean MacAdam to set the scene for many hours of perfectly relaxing puzzle fun! Did you know in the original story the three bears were not a family but just friends? Eleanor Mure wrote the first recorded version of The Three Bears nursery tale in 1831; a handmade, illustrated book for her nephew. In her story, the troublemaker isn’t a young girl, but a meddling old woman. Later versions introduced a young girl named “Silver-Hair” who, by 1904, became Goldilocks. This 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle combines captivating imagery with clean-cut pieces and Ravensburger’s perfect interlocking fit for a most pleasurable puzzling experience!

About the Artist: Dean MacAdam is an illustrator residing in Southern California. His self-described style is quirky, bright and fun! Fairly new to the puzzle art genre, Dean's hope is to engage puzzlers with expressive characters, captivate them in the humorous details and ultimately allow them to imagine a story beyond the paint strokes.