The Traveling Circus (Mark Watson Children's Books Book 3)

The Traveling Circus Mark Watson Children s Books Book The little boy s biggest and best present was an awesome fold out circus tent He put it up and played in it all day flatly refusing to tidy it away In the middle of the night when all were sleepin
  • Title: The Traveling Circus (Mark Watson Children's Books Book 3)
  • Author: MarkWatson
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The little boy s biggest and best present, was an awesome, fold out circus tent He put it up and played in it all day, flatly refusing to tidy it away In the middle of the night, when all were sleeping sweetly, music came into his dreams, although he slept so deeply He tossed and turned and mumbled, then in his sleep he spoke, The Circus is in town And with that he aThe little boy s biggest and best present, was an awesome, fold out circus tent He put it up and played in it all day, flatly refusing to tidy it away In the middle of the night, when all were sleeping sweetly, music came into his dreams, although he slept so deeply He tossed and turned and mumbled, then in his sleep he spoke, The Circus is in town And with that he awoke He rubbed his eyes and shook his head, fairylights were on his bed On the top, down the side and along the floor they went, like softly glowing fallen stars, leading to the tent What initially appears to be a straightforward tale delivers a sinister twist that is certain to capture kiddy imaginations, as will the sumptuous artwork with its eye catching detail, richly atmospheric colour palette, and excellent use of light and shade Kids will be happily enraptured, but be warned their mummies and daddies might feel icy fingers tickling their spines Mark Hodder Science fiction author, winner of the 2010 Philip K Dick Award The detailed, spectacular and vibrantly colored illustrations make this original and gifted story come to life with a special magic Mark Watson s children s books are a must read for all children Jackie Ferrell Readers Favorite This is what the little ones want stunning illustrations and a magical, exciting story Mark Watson s The Travelling Circus is his best yet, and really raises the bar for children s authors A little boy receives an unexpected present, which turns out to be much than just a toy What starts out as pure joy, ends up with a valuable lesson that things are not always what they seem One of the most visually exciting books I ve seen in a long time Rick Smith Best selling author and publisher A delightfully funny fairy tale that also manages to be deep, dark and haunting This macabre, multi layered bedtime story features stunning illustrations Including a cover by the world famous comic book artist Drew Geraci and scintillating rhyme by master storyteller, Mark Watson The Travelling Circus is the third illustrated children s picture book by the multi award winning, best selling children s author, Mark Watson winner of IPPY, Moonbeam and Readers Favorite awards You can find out about Mark and his brilliant illustrated children s books here marknpablo
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    1. MarkWatson Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Traveling Circus (Mark Watson Children's Books Book 3) book, this is one of the most wanted MarkWatson author readers around the world.

    2. Beautiful illustrationsSimple and cute story, but the illustrations are beautiful It takes you to a different world I can imagine that the hard copy would be much attractive.

    3. This is a very well written book with a great rhyming scheme and beautiful bright illustrations.My son really enjoyed it and we both appreciated the ending for different reasons.I believe the book is supposed to create a little fear not unhealthy and something that is missing from todays children s books and teaches a very valuable lesson It created a very important dialogue with my son about what he thought happened after the book finished and whether he thought that was a good thing.Highly rec [...]

    4. A little boy receives a foldout circus tent as a birthday gift He plays with nothing else, but reluctantly goes to sleep He awakes to fairy lights and dancing stars They urge him to enter the circus tent once The ringmaster persuades him to join the circus and regales him with tales of what he will see, hear and experience This is my favorite aspect of the tale Children experience sights and smells of cotton candy, ice cream, French fries and the like Rhymes are spot on and the choice of words [...]

    5. Beautiful illustrations to light up the eyes of kids lucky enough to be given this book, also a delight for adults The story is well told and adds a magical fare to the story The ending with a definite twist I was expecting will have all smiling and wondering if maybe another adventure is about to unfold.

    6. Great picture book The travelling circus is a fun story about a boy and a travelling circus It s rhymes flow through the book perfectly and the illustrations are captivating Children everywhere would enjoy reading this story

    7. The circus is in town Author Mark Watson was born in England, and illustrator Pablo Michau in South Africa, both now live in Mataro, Spain where Mark teaches English and Pablo works as a freelance illustrator graphic designer After their first collaborations THE SHARK IN TH EPARK and MILO ME the two men committed to working exclusively on children s books We, the readers, are the winners Their shared sense of creativity and sensitivity as well as a natural sense of what will entertain a child an [...]

    8. I came across Mark Watson s book on Instagram, and the cover struck a cord I purchased and read it to my daughter that day.The Travelling Circus reminded me of the stories I read as a child in the Dark, Dark Room books Astonishing, yet slightly creepy This is nothing other than praise I loved those stories and my daughter loved this one The illustrations were phenomenal vivid and eye catching Exactly what to expect from a book about a travelling circus.

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