The Saint and the Circus by Roberto R. Piumini

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When Filofilo the circus acrobat loses his balance on the tightrope, an inept saint in Heaven comes to his aid in ways that are more harmful than helpful.
 

About Roberto R. Piumini

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Barry Root is the talented illustrator of many books. He lives with hiswife, the illustrator Kimberly Root, and their daughter and two sonsin Quarryville, Pennsylvania.
 
Published October 1, 1991 by Tambourine. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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 When a sparrow lands on one end of his pole, a tightrope walker pleads, ``Heaven help me!'' Bumbling Saint Tony happens to be on duty in Heaven's emergency room; he sends a second sparrow for the other end of the pole, but the first sparrow flies over to make friends with the second.

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Filofilo, the pot-bellied acrobat for the Bumbellini Circus, dazzles his audience, expertly dipping his balancing pole ``to give the crowd the thrills they had paid for.'' Suddenly, a sparrow lights o

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