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They had each a pot for their porridge : a little pot for the Little Small Wee Bear ;
and a middle - sized pot for the Middle Bear ; and a great pot for the Great Huge
Bear . And they had each a chair to sit in : a little chair for the Little Small Wee ...
One day they had made the porridge for their breakfast , and poured it into . their
porridge pots . Then they walked out into the wood while the porridge was
cooling . They did not wish to burn their mouths by beginning too soon to eat it .
The door was not locked , for the bears were good bears , who did no one harm ,
and did not think any one would harm them . So Silver Hair went in . And well
pleased she was when she saw the porridge on the table . She tasted the
She tasted the porridge of the Great Huge Bear , and found it too hot for her . ...
And then she went to the porridge of the Little Small Wee Bear , and found it
neither too hot nor too cold , but just right ; and she liked it so well that she ate it
all up .
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