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The Acrobats of Agra

Robin Scott-Elliot

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Agra 1857, the Indian rebellion. Three children are trying to make their way through a country at war with a circus tiger in search of safety. Will they reach the jungle in time for Tonton the tiger to survive? Will they find Kamal the fire-eater and Bea's lost brother? Based on the true story of a lost circus.
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Agra 1857, the Indian rebellion. Three children are trying to make their way through a country at war with a circus tiger in search of safety. Jacques is a boy acrobat who has lost his circus; Beatrice ( Bea) and Ping are both orphans. United by a deep friendship and their desire to save Tonton the tiger, find Bea's lost brother and Kamal the fire-eater, they set out on a wild and dangerous journey. Will they make it? A magical tale based on the true story of a lost French circus during the Indian rebellion.
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Book publisherEverything with Words
Publication date26 Oct 2020
FormatPaperback
Pages352
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