by Terry Brodbeck Ward

"When I was growing up, I thought all children spent their childhood living on a carnival. It wasn’t until I was taking an English class in college that I realized my early years were unique."

This charming narrative recounts a time in American history that we've lost—when traveling carnivals were a small town's primary form of entertainment, and one girl's memories as a third generation of a family carnival company.

Publisher: Knotted Road Press
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