A-Apple-Pie & Other Nursery Tales

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The Three Bears.
to work tasting the soup in each jar by turns; but she found that In the smallest jar was the nicest to her taste.
Silver-Locks was now in high glee, and thought to enjoy herself, hungry as. she was, by eating up all the soup in the little jar. But she was too weary to be standing all the time, so she-looked about for a seat. There were three chairs in the parlour, a very large one for Mr. Bruin, another of middling size for Mrs. B., and a nice little chair for Tiny. The little girl tried them all in turn; she found that the smallest suited her best, and down she sat, and began to eat her soup with great relish.
When Silver-Locks had nearly eaten