by Megan Hasley
A counting book featuring things found in the circus, from one ringmaster to ten clowns.
by Linda Bronson
Circus performers turn, twist and flip through the air as they form the letters A to Z.
Circus Family Dog
by Andrew Clements
Grumps is content to do his one trick in the center ring at the circus until a new dog shows up and steals the show.
by Tomasz Bogacki
When the new girl comes to school while the circus is in town, she helps two classmates become friends.
by Jack Sendak
A little circus girl longs to know what the people who attend the circus every night are like when they are not at the circus.
The Circus Train
by Joseph A. Smith
After moving to a new home, Timothy wonders how he will make any friends.
Clifford at the Circus
by Norman Bridwell
Emily, Elizabeth and Clifford the big red dog have a day at the circus that they will always remember.
by Johnson Crockett
Harold goes for a walk on a tightrope and tumbles right into a circus.
Miss Bindergarten Plans a Circus with Kindergarten
by Joseph Slate
This story shows what children can do in the classroom with a little inguenity and creativity.
Morris and Boris at the Circus
by Bernard Wiseman
Morris and Boris go to the circus as spectators and end up being part of the action.
Olivia Saves the Circus
by Ian Falconer
Olivia's simple trip to the circus turned out to be a busy day of high-flying fun!
Peter Spier's Circus
by Peter Spier
A traveling circus arrives, sets up its village of tents, performs for the crowd, and then moves on again.
See the Circus
by H.A. Rey
Short verses quiz the reader on characters and events at the circus.
Spot Goes to the Circus
by Eric Hill
Spot loses his ball at the circus and encounters all the show's familiar sights and characters on his search to find it.