The Greatest Star on Earth /Material type: BookSeries: Three-ring rascals ; book 2.Publisher: Chapel Hill, North Carolina : Algonquin Young Readers, 2014.Description: 127 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9781616202453.Subject(s): Circus -- Fiction | Contests -- Fiction | Authorship -- FictionSummary: As the performers in Sir Sidney's circus discover that friendship and teamwork are more important than winning a trophy for The Greatest Star on Earth, circus mice Bert and Gert write a book on how to be kind for rotten ringmaster-in-training Barnabas Brambles to read.
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<p> The rascals from the world's friendliest family circus are back in the second installment of this "smafunderful"* fully illustrated series. <br> <br> Everyone knows Sir Sidney's Circus is the best in the world. But who's the star of the show? The Circus Times is having a contest to find out. Just thinking about it gives Sir Sidney a worrywart, and it's quickly clear why. Soon after he goes off to rest, the performers start thinking too much about winning the trophy and not enough about putting on a good show. <br> <br> Meanwhile, it looks as if ringmaster-in-training Barnabas Brambles might need some help managing the crew, so Bert and Gert, the sly brother-and-sister mice who travel with the show, set out to write a book to teach him how it's done.<br> <br> Does Bert and Gert's plan work? And who is the star of the circus? All will be revealed in The Greatest Star on Earth .<br> <br> * Kirkus Reviews </p>
As the performers in Sir Sidney's circus discover that friendship and teamwork are more important than winning a trophy for The Greatest Star on Earth, circus mice Bert and Gert write a book on how to be kind for rotten ringmaster-in-training Barnabas Brambles to read.