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Circus Train

To their seats Then the show begins wrapping readers in all the wonders of the circus Dancing elephants flipping trapeze artists and pie throwing clowns captivate both young and old Jennifer Cole Jud. What is a real circus even like Does anyone know Is it all sad animals and dilapidated tents Or is it grinning exotic tigers and clowning spectacles like in this book and every other one about any circus ever

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Spotlights glow let’s start the showAs the circus train rolls into town excited children and their parents get in line for their chance to experience the Big Top Clowns paint faces and people scurry. NOTICE Book was won via GoodReads giveaway THANK YOU Shredded Book ReviewsMy husband read this book to our son who is very new to the world He s almost 3 months and he loved it The illustration is so much better than the early 00 s style books It s short but sweet A good bedtime story that we ve read two nights in a row I would recommend this book to anyone with children The author and illustrator did an amazing job The rhymes were adorable but not overly childish And no I m not praising this book because I won a copy See my stats for ratings with ARC s My son is not the easiest person to put to bed We ve tried other books like Thomas the Trainbut he really loves the illustration of this one and the rhymes

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D’s text is a treat for the ears with its simple evocative rhymes while Melanie Matthews’s delightful illustrations capture the fun and spectacle of the circus Readers will be cheering Encore Enco. I won this book in a goodreads giveaway This is a story of a circus train setting up a tent circus The circus then takes place Lastly the circus train leavesThe rhyming is simple and fun to read out loud The illustrations are bright and cheerful My daughter and I enjoyed talking about the illustrations


About the Author: Jennifer Cole Judd

Jennifer Cole Judd is the author of a new rhyming picture book CIRCUS TRAIN Two Lions March 2015 and co editor of AN EYEBALL IN MY GARDEN a spooky middle grade poetry anthology Marshall Cavendish 2010 Jennifer dreams of running away to the circus but for now is content juggling life with a husband five children and slightly overweight terrier Jennifer resides in Texas



10 thoughts on “Circus Train

  1. says:

    Adorable Great rhyme I love circuses

  2. says:

    NOTICE Book was won via GoodReads giveaway THANK YOU Shredded Book ReviewsMy husband read this book to our son who is very n

  3. says:

    Debut author Jennifer Cole Judd packs in the fun and excitement of a circus into this wonderful rhyming picture book It is complete with elephants tigers clowns tightrope trapeze cannons cotton candy and Judd brings the circus into the child's home

  4. says:

    What is a real circus even like? Does anyone know? Is it all sad animals and dilapidated tents? Or is it grinning exotic tigers and clowning spectacles like in this book and every other one about any circus ever?

  5. says:

    GREAT book I need by this author My two year old granddaughter won't put it down

  6. says:

    A simple rhyming text that will fill the very youngest hearts with circus wonder

  7. says:

    I won this book in a goodreads giveaway This is a story of a circus train setting up a tent circus The circus then takes place Lastly the circus train leavesThe rhyming is simple and fun to read out loud The illustrations are bright and cheerful My daughter and I enjoyed talking about the illustrations

  8. says:

    Loved the book My dughter really enjoys the illustrations which are extremely well done Also the written portion is short and very sweet The book made me reminded me of the circus as it was when I was a child I would strongly recommend this book for children

  9. says:

    Short and sweet with rich vocabulary and fun word choices throughout

  10. says:

    This has a good rhyme and rhythm but several of the circus acts shown are old fashioned and probably not familiar to kids unless th

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