The Show Must Go On!

The Show Must Go On! - Kate Klise

The Show Must Go On!


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On! introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On! introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On! introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.
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In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


In their trademark style, author Kate Klise and illustrator M. Sarah Klise blend a story bursting with jokes, puns, and wordplay with illustrations, signs, letters, recipes, and bold graphics to introduce Three-Ring Rascals.

When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles: "I have a degree in lion taming from the University of Piccadilly Circus." But does Leo the lion need taming? Will Elsa the elephant still get her gourmet peanuts? And what will Brambles say when he discovers Bert and Gert--two mice who travel with the circus on popcorn cleanup patrol?

Brambles has big plans: More cities More shows No more free popcorn. Soon he's made a big mess of Sir Sidney's Circus, but Leo, Elsa, Bert, Gert, and the rest of the performers agree: The Show Must Go On

Black and white line drawings throughout.


Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On! introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On! introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.

Three-Ring Rascals is the first series for newly independent readers from Kate and M. Sarah Klise. Bursting with humor and wordplay complemented by illustrations, documents, and graphics, The Show Must Go On! introduces a cast of talking animals in the friendliest and funniest family circus in the world.
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