Summary “Three Bears”

Summary “Three Bears”

One girl left the house in the forest. In the forest, she lost her way and began to look for the way home, but did not find, but came to the house in the forest.

The door was opened; she looked at the door, saw: there was no one in the house, and entered.

In the house lived three bears. One bear was a father, his name was Mikhailo Ivanovich. He was big and shaggy. Another was a bear. She was smaller, and her name was Nastasya Petrovna. The third was a little bear, and his name was Mishutka. The bears were not at home, they left to walk in the woods.

There were two rooms in the house. The girl entered the first room and saw on the table three cups of soup. The first cup, very large, was Mikhail Ivanovich. The second cup, smaller, was Nastasya Petrovna; the third, a blue

cup, was Mishutkin. Near each cup lay a spoon: large, medium and small.

The girl took the largest spoon and drank from the biggest cup; Then she took an average spoon and drank from the middle cup; Then she took a small spoon and drank from a blue cup; and Mishutkin’s soup seemed to her best.

The girl wanted to sit down and saw three chairs at the table: one big – Mikhail Ivanovich; another smaller one – Nastasya Petrovna, and the third one, small, with a red pillow – Mishutkin. She climbed into the big chair and fell; then sat on the middle chair, it was embarrassing; Then she sat down on a small stool and laughed – it was so good. She took the blue cup on her knees and began to eat. She ate the whole soup and began to rock on the chair.

The chair broke, and she fell to the floor. She got up, picked up the chair and went to another room. There were three beds: one big – Mikhail Ivanovich; the other is Nastasya Petrovna; the third – Mishenkina. The girl lay down in a large room, she was too spacious; went to the middle – it was too high; lay down in a small – the crib was just right for her, and she fell asleep.

And the bears came home hungry and wanted to eat lunch.

The big bear took a cup, looked and cried in a terrible voice:

“Who

was eating in my cup?”

Nastasya Petrovna looked at her cup and growled not so loudly:

“Who was eating in my cup?”

And Mishutka saw his empty cup and squeaked in a thin voice:

– Who slurped in my cup and sipped everything?

Mikhailo Ivanovich looked at his chair and growled in a terrible voice:

– Who was sitting in my chair and moved it?

Nastasya Petrovna looked at her chair and growled not so loudly:

– Who was sitting in my chair and moved it?

Mishutka glanced at his broken chair and squeaked:

“Who was sitting in my chair and broke it?”

Bears came to another room.

– Who went to my bed and crumpled it? roared Mikhailo Ivanich in a terrible voice.

– Who went to my bed and crumpled it? Nastasya Petrovna snarled not so loudly.

And Mishenka framed the bench, climbed into his crib and squeaked in a thin voice:

“Who laid down on my bed?”

And suddenly he saw the girl and squealed as if he were being cut:

– Here she is! Hold it, hold it! Here she is! Ay-ya-yay! Hold it!

He wanted to bite her.

The girl opened her eyes, saw the bears and rushed to the window. It was open, the girl jumped out of the window and ran away. And the bears did not catch up with her.


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Summary “Three Bears”