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Be a Clown! by Mark Stolzenberg

Be a Clown, by Mark Stolzenberg
Book review of Be a Clown!, by Mark Stolzenberg (2002) (Editor’s note: this book should not be confused with Turk Pipkin’s Be A Clown (complete with nose) nor the children’s book Be A Clown, and has no relation to Cole Porter’s classic song “Be A Clown”) Another good...
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Creative Clowning

Creative Clowning
Creative Clowning by  Bruce Fife, Tony Blanco, Steve Kissell, Bruce Johnson, Ralph Dewey, Hal Diamond, Jack Wiley, Gene Lee  or  Buy from amazon.co.uk THE  clowning book, excellent for professionals & amateurs alike.   If you have only one resource on clowning, make it this one. That’s no exaggeration....
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Strutter’s Complete Guide to Clown Make-up

Strutter's Complete Guide to Clown Makeup by Jim Roberts
Book review of Strutter’s Complete Guide to Clown Makeup, by Jim Roberts There is only one must-have book on clown make up — and it is Strutter’s Complete Guide to Clown Makeup. Jim Roberts, aka. Strutter (he’s the tramp clown at the bottom-right hand of the cover photo)...
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Clown Magic

Clown Magic, by David Ginn
Clown Magic, by David Ginn  Clown Magic, written by David Ginn, is an interesting book in several ways. First, it should be noted that David Ginn is a children’s entertainer, with several decades worth of experience. Second, he has served as an instructor at the UW La Crosse’s...
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Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi

Product description of Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi by Charles Dickens, Joseph Grimaldi Joseph Grimaldi (1778 – 1837), one of the greatest English clowns and pantomimes of all time, was born in London to an Italian ballet-master and a dancer in the theatre’€™s corps-de-ballet. The death of Grimaldi’€™s father...
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The Clown of God by Tomie dePaola

The Clown of God, an old story told and illustrated by Tomie dePaola
The Clown of God, an old story told and illustrated by Tomie dePaola  The Clown of God is a touching story, a children’€™s story, a Christmas story, and a clown ministry story –€“ all at the same time. In a nutshell, an orphaned street urchin goes begging from...
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Jingle the Christmas Clown

Jingle the Christmas Clown by Tomie dePaola - Scholastic
Jingle the Christmas Clown, by Tomie dePaola  Tomie dePaola’s  Jingle the Christmas Clown  is a very sweet story, set in Italy, where a traveling circus comes to the small town where they traditionally perform on Christmas Eve before moving into a nearby larger town for a longer engagement....
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