Pippi goes to the circus
Who goes to the circus and rides on the back of a horse -- and on the back of the ringmaster, too? Who walks the tightrope and does better tricks than any acrobat? And who dares to lift Adolf, the strongest man in the world? Why it's Pippi Longstocking, of course. No one's ever seen a circus like this before, because when Pippi goes to the show, she doesn't just watch, she takes over!The Pippi Longstocking storybooks, excerpted from the original novels with Lindgren's assistance, are perfect for young readers and listeners just getting ready to enter the amazing, crazy world of Pippi and her friends.
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absolutely asked Pippi astonished Atta girl audience began to run birthday today bought bowed cents certainly chair circus clapped clowns conquer costs money cracked his whip cried crowded curtain delight dressed father foot front garden gave goggled gold pieces grandstand hands head horse horse's house lived hundred dollars hurt jumped ladies and gentlemen laugh leaped little town looked master Meanwhile Mighty Adolf Miss Carmencita Miss Elvira mother nice old house old lady perform pink Pippi Longstocking Pippi stood platform playmate pretty ladies railing red-headed girl ring ringmaster rope round rushed sailed seat shoe shouted shriek Silly sitting stamped their feet stole straight Strongest suddenly surkus swung tail tent threw ticket tightly tights tiny Tommy and Annika took tricks Villa Villekulla waist waiting walk the tightrope wave window winner wish wore