Circus Mirandus

Circus Mirandus

Cassie Beasley / Aug 20, 2019

Circus Mirandus Fans of Big Fish Peter Pan and Roald Dahl will fall in love with Circus Mirandus which celebrates the power of seeing magic in world Do you believe in magic Micah Tuttle does Even though his awful

  • Title: Circus Mirandus
  • Author: Cassie Beasley
  • ISBN: 9780525428435
  • Page: 142
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Fans of Big Fish, Peter Pan, and Roald Dahl will fall in love with Circus Mirandus, which celebrates the power of seeing magic in world.Do you believe in magic Micah Tuttle does.Even though his awful Great Aunt Gertrudis doesn t approve, Micah believes in the stories his dying Grandpa Ephraim tells him of the magical Circus Mirandus the invisible tiger guarding the gatesFans of Big Fish, Peter Pan, and Roald Dahl will fall in love with Circus Mirandus, which celebrates the power of seeing magic in world.Do you believe in magic Micah Tuttle does.Even though his awful Great Aunt Gertrudis doesn t approve, Micah believes in the stories his dying Grandpa Ephraim tells him of the magical Circus Mirandus the invisible tiger guarding the gates, the beautiful flying birdwoman, and the magician powerful than any other the Man Who Bends Light Finally, Grandpa Ephraim offers proof The Circus is real And the Lightbender owes Ephraim a miracle With his friend Jenny Mendoza in tow, Micah sets out to find the Circus and the man he believes will save his grandfather.The only problem is, the Lightbender doesn t want to keep his promise And now it s up to Micah to get the miracle he came for.

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        I m the author of Circus Mirandus and Tumble Blue out August 2017 I love stories with a little bit of magic and a whole lot of heart.If you re here because you ve read my books, thank you so much I can t tell you how much I appreciate every single one of my readers Feel free to friend, follow, or message It may take me a while, but I try to get back in touch with everyone.Tumble Blue is that story I ve been talking about for the past couple of years It s set in the Okefenokee Swamp It s about a girl called Tumble, who wants to be a hero, and a boy named Blue, who wants to be a winner even though he s been cursed to lose at everything from tiddlywinks to tic tac toe The two of them team up one summer to fight their terrible fates and face off against an alligator who isn t quite what he seems And of course I ve got books in the works Stay tuned for details I don t update my bio as often as I should, but you can follow me on Twitter for timely updates about Circus Mirandus, Tumble Blue, my upcoming projects, and general book chatter.Happy reading


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    1. Micah Tuttle's grandfather has a secret. When he was a child, he visited a magical circus, the Circus Mirandus, which changed his life forever. There he met a magician who promised him a miracle -- a miracle that has yet to be collected.Ever since Micah's parents died, he has been raised by his grandfather Ephraim, and Micah lives for stories about the Circus Mirandus, even though his sour Aunt Gertrudis insists these stories are dangerous nonsense. Now Ephraim is dying, and he calls in his magi [...]


    2. I sat on this review for almost an entire week half scared to write it because almost every person I know who's read this book has raved about it. Talk about being on the outside of a popular opinion. True, due to all those five star rave reviews and Newbery buzz, I went into this with some pretty high expectations.As I began reading Circus Mirandus, I mostly just felt underwhelmed. It is an intriguing concept, but nothing about the way it was presented gripped me. The writing is adequate but no [...]


    3. سیرک میراندا رو با هزار شوق و ذوق خواهرمو مجبور کردم بخره( بله، پولای خودم تموم شده بود زورم به بچه رسیده بود. :/ ) و با ولع شروعش کردم. شروعش خیلی عالیه. فضای داستانو خیلی دوست داشتم. ولی نویسنده اصلاً از پس بستنِ داستانش برنمی‌آد به نظرم. یه همچون سیرکی با اون گذشته- بسیار بسیار [...]



    4. I read this lovely (and moving) (and funny) book aloud to my boys. I'd often want to sit back and savor a perfect turn of phrase. Then a page later, my boys would be giggling at a description or a bit of dialogue. There were some tears shed (by all of us), but when we finished, my boys said, "I hope there's a sequel!" Thank you, dearest Cassie, for this book. We're all impatiently waiting your next.


    5. This was a cute little story with some neat fantasy sequences. Nothing too exciting and it didn't blow me away, but I did enjoy escaping to the circus for awhile.


    6. "Circus Mirandus", by Cassie Beasley, is a children's book - appropriate for ages 9-12. Micha Tutte, 10 years old, lives with his Grandpa Ephraim. Micah's parents died when he was 4 years old. He has been growing up hearing Grandpa's magical Circus Mirandus stories and absolutely loves them.When Micha's Grandpa gets sick- his Aunt Gertrudis (grandpa's sister), comes to live with them. Micha was hoping she would be as much fun as his Grandpa. She wasn't. Micha thought she was as bitter like the b [...]


    7. Magical and enchanting.A perfect adventure for any young reader looking to explore the world of magic and the possibilities of miracles.Circus Mirandus is in the business of nurturing magic in the world. It is an inspirer of children that is overflowing with magical animals and performers. Entry into the circus is a special ticket that only works if you believe in magic. Micah Tuttle has grown up believing in Circus Mirandus. He’s lived with his Grandpa Ephraim since he was four years old and [...]


    8. Micah Tuttle lives with his wheezing, dying, loving and magical grandfather, Ephraim. Ephraim is magical in two senses of the word. He is both an adult with the playful, mischievous spirit often associated with childhood, and he is someone who has magical talents that, had they been nurtured when he was younger, could have led him to the life of a full-fledged magical practitioner. Instead, he worked a steady unmagical gig and raised a son (there is more to this story), and after Micah's parents [...]


    9. I suspected I would like CIRCUS MIRANDUS from the moment I picked it up. Magical circuses are hard to resist, after all. And it's such a beautiful book - the stepback image of two children inside a flying woman and a parrot and a white tiger is lovely. I was delighted that it is an accurate promise of what was inside. The child inside me adores an accurate cover.Micah Tuttle is in fifth grade and still believes in magic. His grandfather, who he lives with, has told him about the Circus Mirandus [...]


    10. Closer to a 3.5.Sometimes comparisons for books can be a bit of a death knell right from the start. At a conference I was at recently, this book was quickly one of the more popular options both for the excellent cover treatment and the very obvious comparison to being The Night Circus for kids. The Night Circus was a truly wonderful read, and while Circus Mirandus is solid in its own right, the comparison is only sort of apt.At its base, the tale is about a magical circus that a child's grandfat [...]


    11. It's a marvelous story, ended way too soon. "You never need an invitation to go home." After the awesome twitter chat with lots of good people excited about this book, I want to share my excitement too. The story is magical, will please so many kids who are in the midst of non-belief, maybe holding on to some magic from early childhood. Magical realism is what many call this kind of story, but there is a time when special relationships can hold magic, like this one between Grandpa Ephraim and th [...]


    12. Beautifully written with the reader obviously in mind. A tale about coping, magic and following your heart. The ending so full of future, as if the story continues within me with ease. I want to live at Circus Mirandus now having experienced it. Thank you Cassie Beasley for this delightfully emotional journey.


    13. This reminded me of what a kids version of The Night Circus might be. Loved the magical realism and the fact that one can only find the circus if one believes in magic. Great tale of the bond between grandparent & grandchild.


    14. When I started reading this book, I felt a kinship between Circus Mirandus and the Night Circus. Both books - though different - touched me in a similar way. Beautiful writing, beautifully magical.


    15. Ovu smo predivnu knjigicu pročitali i moj malac i ja, no kad sam okrenula posljednu stranicu, postalo mi je jasno da smo vjerojatno čitali dvije različite stvari; dok je on pratio Mihejeve napore da djedu ispuni posljednu želju i smijao se šašavoj papigi Chintzy, meni se srce zaplelo u nerazmrsiv čvor svega onoga što Beasley nije izgovorila na glas.Cirkus Mirandus je prvenstveno knjiga za djecu između 8 i 12 godina i kao takva odlično ispunjava svoju svrhu. Desetogodišnji Mihej nalazi [...]


    16. This book was magical and lovely. I completely loved it and may have shed a tear or two. Just beautiful. Review to come.


    17. O Milagre PrometidoNo Circus Mirandus um bilhete cordel dá para duas horas mas se fôr um peixe prateado já dá para uma semana.No Circus Mirandus há um Sábio Dobrador de Luz que faz Milagres e tem uma papagaia mensageira que adora biscoitos de limão e emite um som malcriado predilecto - ronco simultâneo com fungadela.No Circus Mirandus há um tigre invisível a guardar os portões, elefantes Einstein capazes de cálculos geniais e uma linda mulher pássaro que até voa e tudo!No Circus Mi [...]


    18. Finished this middle grade book on the weekend. It was one of those experiences where I was enjoying the book soooo much that I began reading slower when I got to the last few chapters because I DIDN'T WANT IT TO END. This would make a fantastic read aloud.I loved everything about this book. EVERYTHING.p.s. If you have a copy of the book, don't forget to look under the dust jacket!!!!


    19. So happy to have had a rainy summer morning and a comfy couch and a book that wouldn't let go of me, even when the tears were rolling down my cheeks and into my ears.


    20. This book is like a slow boiling pot of noodles. I'm always impatient for the quiet pool of water to heat up. I forget about it and then suddenly boiling water is rushing unexpectedly to the top, steam hissing as it touches the dry sides of the metal pan before spilling over the edge onto the burner. "Circus Mirandus" simmers at the start with the nasty Aunt Gertrudis that cruelly manipulates her nephew, fifth grader Micah, from seeing his dying grandfather. The story erupts at the end with oodl [...]



    21. ARC from Baker and TaylorMicah is happy living with his grandfather Ephraim, who tells him wonderful stories of the magic Circus Mirandus, but when his grandfather falls ill, he has to put up with his great aunt Gertrudis, who is bitter and no fun. Calling on the help of his friend Jenny, who is working on a history project with him, he tries to figure out if the Circus Mirandus is real. It turns out it is, and his grandfather taught The Man Who Bends Light (aka the Lightbender) a magic trick wi [...]


    22. This was like "Howl's Moving Castle" meets "Big Fish."I liked it, but it was a TMMP (too many moving parts) kind of book. I think that it needed to be about twice as long and include more backstory and character development. I was left feeling especially dissatisfied with the lack of information about the character of Mirandus Head. So, he's a magical Santa Claus/Guardian of Childhood/God-type character who runs a circus that only special kids can see? Please, tell me more about that! Don't just [...]


    23. If you had asked me, around page 85, what I had thought of the book so far - I would have said it was okay. The last half of the book, however, blew me away. What I loved about this book: 1) A circus manager that looks a bit like Santa, "if Santa Claus had a buzz cut and sharp eyes and liked to wear his sleeves rolled up to show off his biceps." 2) A cheeky parrot named Chintzy who has a weakness for peanut butter crackers (that, strangely, sounded like Angela Lansbury in my head)3) A smart frie [...]


    24. I am amazed at the number of five star reviews, have people not read any good fantasy lately that they think this is top notch. I found it annoying in that the magic seemed to be shoe-horned into what could have potentially been a good story about a child having to face the death of his grandfather. As it was there was far too much telling and not enough showing, I couldn't get a handle on how the magic worked and the characters were on the whole flat and un-developed.Despite all that I think th [...]


    25. A kind of sad story for middle school readers about a young boy, who believes in magic, with a dying grandfather. I figured out the too-obvious "miracle" about 25% into the book. And while Micah, Ephraim, Lightbender, and Jane the elephant were good characters, I did not care for Great Aunt Gertrudis or the birdwoman. Great book cover and wrapper. Read Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory instead.


    26. Takze zasa, DNF na strane 80 -- krasny jazyk, krasne slova, vsetko super ale kde je nejaká akcia??? Ved je to pre detského čitateľa pre boha svätého!!!


    27. Quick easy read that's perfect for age 9-11. I thought it was unique, charming, and magical. Very fun! Would be great to read aloud along with a child.


    28. Jako lijepa i topla priča sa maštovitim elementima.Ono što je definitivno omelo čitanje je samo izdanje knjige u kojoj su stranice bile pomiješane i neke su se ponavljale, što svakako treba popraviti ili povući ovo izdanje.


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