A rather disjointed picture book about circus animals. The text, full of ""see's"" and ""look's"" serves merely to point to...

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A rather disjointed picture book about circus animals. The text, full of ""see's"" and ""look's"" serves merely to point to the pictures by Elizabeth Rice of the animals in extra-circus activities. Unfortunately, the full-color pictures, although explicit enough for identification, do not carry enough humor interest, especially for the child unfamiliar with the circus paraphernalia which is being overturned, ridden upon and scattered. Very simple words for first year readers.

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Publisher: Steck

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1950