The Circus Alphabet

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Macmillan, May 15, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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An inventive alphabet book with three-dimensional illustrations -- especially accessible for preschoolers

"C is for Clowncurved round like a noodle.
D is for Dog who looks like a poodle."

Come meet the most stupous performers in town -- monkeys on stilts, sheep on trapeze, and clowns of all shapes and sizes. These are just a few of the zany characters you'll discover at this three-ring show. But unlike most circus affairs, the performers in this extraordinary cast turn, twist, and flip through the air as they form the letters of the alphabet from A to Z.

With playful verse and stunning illustrations -- made of everything from cotton to wallpaper fabric -- Linda Bronson brings the alphabet and the circus together under one quirky tent.
 

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User Review  - JamieLewis - LibraryThing

The main message in this book is to teach children the alphabet matching it with rhymes and illustrations. One reason I liked this book was because I think the rhyming was very well paced and related ... Read full review

THE CIRCUS ALPHABET

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Bronson earns high marks for dazzling visuals in her solo debut, even if the rhymed captions don't always measure up. Inviting viewers under the Big Top, she offers a succession of stylized circus ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Linda Bronson is the illustrator of several acclaimed children's books, including Crookjaw and Teatime with Emma Buttersnap. Linda lives in upstate Connecticut with her husband, Charlie, and their two cats. This is the first book she has both written and illustrated.

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