The circus is in town and Paddington is very excited. The Browns get tickets for the front row so Paddington can see all the action. He gets a shock when it looks like a clown on stilts is going to give him a soaking, but not as much of a shock as the audience gets when Paddington tries his hand at the trapeze.
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Praise for the Paddington series:
‘I’ve always had great respect for Paddington...He is a British institution.’ Stephen Fry
‘Paddington has joined Pooh as one of the great bears of English children’s literature.’ The Teacher
‘Michael Bond’s accident-prone bear...has become one of the most enduring of children’s characters.’ The BooksellerFrom the Back Cover:
The circus has come to town, and Paddington and the Browns have front row seats! But Paddington becomes anxious when he looks up and sees a man dangling from a rope by his ankles. Always ready to lend a paw, he rushes off to save the trapeze artist and as a result the circus is turned upside down! Paddington, however, comes out on top as the star of the show.
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Book Description Collins, 1973. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110001821156
Book Description Collins. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 0001821156 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW6.0000038