Tonio the Great

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North-South Books, 1990 - Acrobats - 24 pages
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Tonio the Great is the finest acrobat in the circus. He is called Tonio the Great because of the dangerous feats he can do on the tightrope, high above the audience. But one day something happens which frightens Tonio and he is soon unable to perform.

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Hermann Moers has written for German radio and television and is the author of many novels, plays, and books for children.

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