Three Bears is a popular English children's fairy tale, translated into many languages of the world. In Russian, it was widely retelled by Leo Tolstoy. A little girl, lost in the forest, finds an empty dwelling and enters there. She discovers three items of different sizes - plates, chairs, beds - and tries to use them, while two items from each set are unacceptable for one reason or another, and the third is “just right”. After she falls asleep, the owners return to the dwelling - a bear, a bear and a bear cub, who are outraged that someone touched their things, and the awakened girl escapes through the window.