TIM TOMKINS, CIRCUS BOY by Rose Friedman

TIM TOMKINS, CIRCUS BOY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The circus comes to town, and at the beckon of the big drum, ""Come--come... Tim---Tomkins!"", Tim follows the parade to the tent grounds. But his visit is basically disappointing. The elephant is too high, the trapeze too tricky for his small size. His mother wouldn't like him to be tattooed like the tattooed man, etc., and he leaves at the thought of having been away from home too long.

Pub Date: Aug. 11th, 1952
Publisher: Abingdon-Cokesbury