The Circus Surprise

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The Circus Surprise
AuthorRalph Fletcher
IllustratorVladimir Vagin
PublisherClarion Books
Publication date
Media typePrint (Hardcover)

The Circus Surprise is a children's picture book written by Ralph Fletcher with pictures drawn by Vladimir Vagin. It was first published in 2001.[1]

Story[change | change source]

Nick is taken to the circus as a surprise for his birthday. While at the circus he follows his nose looking for the cotton candy, and when he turns around his parents are gone. A clown on stilts comes to help him. The clown puts him on his shoulders and they locate his parents.

Notes[change | change source]

  1. Vagin, Vladimir Vasilʹevich; Fletcher, Ralph J. (2001). The circus surprise. New York: Clarion Books. ISBN 0-395-98029-1.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)

References[change | change source]

  • Williams, Bina (June 2001). "The Circus Surprise (Book Review)". School Library Journal Vol. 47 (Issue 6): p112. ISSN 03628930. 
  • "THE CIRCUS SURPRISE (Book Review)". Publishers Weekly Vol. 248 (Issue 17): p77. April 23, 2001. ISSN 00000019. 

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