Does life ever feel like a circus to you? Monkeys running everywhere and you trying to balance it all? I’m certain it’s more than a 3-ring affair here some days! When I was a kid I loved to go to the circus, but I would always have to leave early as I would be very ill from allergies. These days, having animals involved is rare, and I must say I really enjoyed going to a Chinese circus in Beijing. Talk about wonderful acrobats and gymnastics! I hope that someday I can take my children to such a quality performance. Until then, I am looking into a nearby circus school to see if we can take a few classes and the kids can learn how to be properly goofy! This week, our focus is on circus books for kids!
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Circus Books For Kids
I have provided links to these books for both my American and British readers. Enjoy!
- So You Want to Learn: Juggling (UK link here)
- Kids’ Magic Secrets: Simple Magic Tricks & Why They Work (UK link here)
- Make your own Mini top Hats: includes 8 mini top hat templates (UK link here)
- If I Ran the Circus (Classic Seuss) (UK link here)
- Pippi Goes to the Circus (UK link here)
- Children’s Book: The Elephant and the Rope: (Moral Story for Kids on Overcoming Challenges and Adversity) (UK link here)
- Mirette on the High Wire (Caldecott Medal Book) (UK link here)
- The Berenstain Bears Bears on Wheels (UK link here)
- Be a Clown!: Techniques from a Real Clown (UK link here)
- Curious George Circus Act (CGTV Lift-the-flap 8×8) (UK link here)
- Chipper the Clown: A Kids Book about a Circus Clown Who Learns That It S Important to Ask for Help in Order to Follow Your Dreams (UK link here)
- Circus Coloring Book (UK link here)
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