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Popcorn, peanuts, music, jugglers, animals, rides, and games. All things that make the circus the circus!

Imagine living in the 1920’s when a dollar was A LOT of money…almost too much for Papa to let young Georgie and his buddy Harley go and see the sights, sounds and smells when the circus came to town.

But Papa relented and the three of them head for the Big Top and a four-legged surprise that none of them planned on.

The Circus Thief

The Circus Thief

Beautifully illustrated by Lauren Gallegos, The Circus Thief is the fourth installment of author Alane Adams’ series of heartwarming tales of boyhood set in 1920s Pennsylvania.

The circus is in town, and Georgie has his heart set on going. When Papa agrees to take him and his friend Harley, the boys marvel at the amazing elephants and clowns. But the best act of all is the amazing Roxie, a trained horse who can do all sorts of tricks. When Georgie is invited to ride on her back, he discovers it’s her last show―Roxie is going to be sent to the work farm! When Roxie bolts with Georgie on her back, Papa must come to his rescue.

About Alane

Alane Adams

Alane Adams is the award-winning author of the Norse mythology adventure series, LEGENDS of ORKNEY.

When not penning gorgeous picture books, readers can find her writing mythology-based fiction for tweens and young adults. Alane is a professor at a local university in Southern California. Interestingly enough, Alane just returned from an exciting adventure walking the Camino trail in Spain!

You can follow Alane via her website or on Instagram @alaneadamspicturebooks

Circus Thief Giveaway!

Win a Circus Thief Prize Pack! ONE WINNER will win a pack containing The Circus Thief book, a sweet plush elephant, a box of Barnum Animal Crackers, a squishy clown nose and a yummy swirly lollipop!~


ONE winner will receive a Circus Thief-themed Prize Pack. Giveaway begins September 9, 2018

  • Prizing & samples  courtesy of Authors of the above books
  • Giveaway open to US addresses only
  • ONE lucky winner will win one copy of each of the above books.
  • Residents of USA only, please.
  • Must be 18 years or older to enter
  • One entry per household.
  • Staff and family members of Audrey Press are not eligible.
  • Grand Prize winner has 48 hours to claim the prize pack.
  • Winner will be chosen via Rafflecopter on September 15, 2018

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