Secrets of the Cirque Medrano by Elaine Scott

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When her mother dies, Brigitte is sent to live in Paris where she helps her aunt and uncle in their café. Her new life seems strange and interesting. When Brigitte befriends Paco, the young circus performer from the Cirque Medrano who poses from the temperamental Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, she is drawn into a web of international intrigue.

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Elaine Scott, a veteran nonfiction writer, is often praised for making complicated scientific concepts accessible for young readers. She lives in Houston, Texas. Miller Was Born in Romania in 1945 and Spent Her Earliest Years in Germany Before Coming to America. She Has Two Grown Children and Lives with Her Husband in Long Island, NY.
Published January 15, 2008 by Charlesbridge Publishing. 216 pages
Genres: Travel, Children's Books.

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This lively tale, set in 1904, follows 14-year-old Brigitte, whose French mother has died in Warsaw, after which she is sent to live with her aunt and uncle in Paris.

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