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Circus Fantastico: A Magnifying Mystery

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Use special magnifier to find the clue and solve the mystery at this fantastical circus.

Run away with Circus Fantastico: A Magnifying Mystery and join the show! Created by Lynn Gordon and illustrated by Molly Idle, Circus Fantastico features much more than meets the eye. That's why this book comes with a working magnifier (tethered to the book's binding so it can't be lost
Hardcover, 38 pages
Published July 27th 2010 by Accord Publishing, a division of Andrews McMeel
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Molly Idle has been drawing ever since she could wield a pencil. But while she started scribbling before she could walk, her professional career as an artist began slightly later…

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