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Spend a special day at the
circus and get to sit in the front row.
As a reward for saving him you become the star of the show and get to lead the Grand Parade!Hard cover 6 x 9" - $15.95 - Free Shipping.
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#B-013 - Circus Star (Birthday version) ©Best
Read entire text of story: Return to order form.Circus Star © Best. (Complete Story) Geneveve Bozo in the Circus Party Hope you enjoy reading this story Your Friend Ron Geneveve Bozo, age 5, was the happiest girl in Attleboro, MA. She was excited because she was going to the circus with Ron.
As soon as they arrived at the circus, Geneveve bought popcorn and delicious cotton candy. Clutching her ticket, she anxiously waited in line.
As Geneveve neared the main entrance to the circus tent, she could see a funny clown juggling many balls. The ticket Geneveve held in her hand had a sparkling star on it. Seeing the star, the ticket-taker exclaimed, "Wait, little girl, your ticket is special. The star allows you to sit in the very front row!"
Geneveve rushed to her seat, and the show immediately began.
"TOOT-TOOT," chugged a steam train as it rolled toward the center stage. The train clickity-clacked in a big circle and stopped directly in front of Geneveve.
Clowns wearing colorful costumes jumped out of one tiny car and did tricks that made everyone laugh. Geneveve wondered how so many clowns could fit inside such a small car.
Geneveve was delighted to see the chimpanzees balance on bicycles. All of a sudden, CoCo, the baby chimpanzee, disappeared. Geneveve noticed him ride his bicycle out of the circus tent straight into the parking lot.
Geneveve jumped from her seat and dashed after CoCo. Geneveve was able to save CoCo just before he crashed into a big truck. She then returned the thankful CoCo to his loving mother chimpanzee.
Then the ring master announced, "Ladies and gentlemen, today we have a very special guest in the audience. Her name is Geneveve Bozo, age 5, from Attleboro, MA. She just saved the life of CoCo, the baby chimpanzee. Let's give her a big round of applause."
Geneveve smiled broadly as she joined the ring master on the center stage.
Just then Geneveve saw several clowns wheeling out a huge cake. To her surprise the cake read: Thank you Geneveve Bozo for saving CoCo, the baby chimpanzee.
Suddenly, a cuddly teddy bear jumped out of the giant cake. Geneveve laughed and clapped her hands as three ballerina bears danced just for her.
Lovely ladies riding a team of horses galloped into the center ring. Geneveve was amazed to see the beautiful horses leap through blazing hoops of fire.
The ring master invited Geneveve to ride on one of the horses. Geneveve waved to Ron as she rode past them on the white stallion.
Geneveve thought, "It's great fun to be in the circus!"
Next, a bright red fire truck carrying fire-fighting bears raced toward a burning building.
Geneveve, along with Ron shouted, "Jump! Jump!" to the bear trapped inside the burning building.
Quickly the frightened bear leaped into the safety net below. In a hurry, rescue bears stopped the fire by spraying water on the raging flames.
The ring master announced, "Ladies and gentlemen, our world famous elephants will perform for you!"
The huge animals did balancing acts, while clowns did cartwheels on their backs.
The ring master asked, "Geneveve, everyone thinks you're great, won't you please join the circus and travel around the world with us?"
Geneveve replied, "I would love to be in the circus, but I would miss Ron."
The ring master pleaded, "Then, would you be the leader of the grand parade?"
"I would love to," replied Geneveve.
She immediately climbed on the back of a huge elephant and proudly led the parade. Geneveve waved goodbye to her friends and promised to visit them when the circus returned to Attleboro, MA.
Geneveve told Ron, "I will never forget my wonderful adventure at the circus!" Geneveve Bozo Enjoy this book. A special gift from Your friend Ron Return to order form. Free Birthday Chronicle with every personalized book. Free Shipping for all personalized books! All of Our Personalized Books
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