Circus Girl

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Harper Collins, 1957 - Children's dreams - 32 pages
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Little Flora, born and raised under the circus tent, worries about yet longs to see the world the audience inhabits after they leave, and finds out it that the people there aren't very different from herself.

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User Review  - anneofia - LibraryThing

This kid's book was illustrated by Maurice Sendak and written by his brother Jack. The cover has a picture of both of them taken in 1956! It's about a little girl named Flora who was born into the ... Read full review

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Jack Sendak began writing at a very early age, collaborating with his brother Maurice in writing, illustrating, and binding their own story books, which they then lent out to family and friends. His love for books grew out of the bedtime foltakes his father, Philip, told every evening. Reviewers called Jack Sendak's books humorous, magical, and mysterious.

Maurice Sendak received the Caldecott Medal for "Where the Wild Things Are". He has also received the Hans Christian Andersen Medal, the Laura Ingalls Wilder Award, the National Medal of Arts, and the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award.

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