The Magician's Animals.

The busy mother hen was trying to keep her chicks quiet. These are the Why? tales she told them about the great magician who was responsible for everything in the world.



Paul, the Hero of the Fire.

When his father fears that they will have to sell their house, Paul goes off to get a job at the fair (circus) and manages to save all the animals and children from a roaring fire. NOTE: This book has been SOLD.



The Ringlings, Wizards of the Circus.

Illustrated with photographs and researched with primary sources and interviews.



Agapanthus is Lost.MacFarlane./Margaret Lees, ill. NSW, Bay Books, 1970

Agapanthus is Lost.

"One day a circus came to town. 'I have never seen and elephant and an elephant has never seen me,' said Agapanthus. 'We must go today." A funny story in bright stylized art, hard to find. Note: This book has been sold.



The Jolly Jump-Ups See the Circus. A McLoughlin Pop-up. (1944)

The Jolly Jump-Ups See the Circus. A McLoughlin Pop-up. (1944)

A bright, attractive copy of a wartime book with intricate pictures of the circus. One of a long series. PLEASE NOTE: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD.



The Story of Mowie / Ella Dolbear Lee, illustrator.

The Story of Mowie.

Mowie's life in the circus and later with his child friends told in clear, bright watercolor and ink lithos on every other opening. A charming item in an earlier style than the 20's.



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