Morris and Boris at the circus

Bernard Wiseman

Book - 1988

Morris and Boris go to the circus as spectators and end up being part of the action. Visiting the circus, Morris makes unsuccessful attempts at bareback, acrobatics, etc. However, he does well as a funny clown, chased by Boris the bear across seven wordless pages. This delightful combination of text and illustrations will entice children to read and reread this book

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New York : HarperCollins Publishers c1988.
1st ed
Physical Description
64 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm
Main Author
Bernard Wiseman (-)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

When Morris the Moose decides to join the circus, he finds himself in all kinds of trouble until his friend, Boris the Bear, comes up with a solution

Review by Publisher Summary 2

Morris the Moose has never been to the circus, so his friend Boris takes him there. When the ringmaster invites Morris to be part of the show, the fun begins for everyone-except poor Boris!