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[Barbara Wersba] has written a memorable story of a sensitive young boy who discovers a miniature circus in his backyard…. "Let Me Fall Before I Fly" generates a mystical, dreamlike quality that will enchant readers.

A review of "Let Me Fall Before I Fly," in Publishers Weekly, Vol. 200, No....

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[Barbara Wersba] has written a memorable story of a sensitive young boy who discovers a miniature circus in his backyard…. "Let Me Fall Before I Fly" generates a mystical, dreamlike quality that will enchant readers.

A review of "Let Me Fall Before I Fly," in Publishers Weekly, Vol. 200, No. 10, September 6, 1971, p. 51.

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