Janeczko, Paul B.
Teen Nonfiction PS3560.A465 W67 2004
Summary: In this collection of eyewitness poems, the excitement and anticipation of attending the circus on July 6, 1944 in Hartford, Connecticut, turns to horror when a fire engulfs the circus tent, killing nearly 170 people, mostly women and children.
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