The Fairy Circus
When the circus tent goes up, it is so big that it encloses the places where the fairies live. They all scramble for the best view, and when it is over they decide to have a circus of their own. The fairies and woodland animals use grand imaginations as they re-create the circus in their own way.
- John Newbery Medal 1932 (Honor Title)
- Format: Book
- ISBN: 9789997489074