DIY Circus Lab for Kids-- A New Book By Circademic Jackie Leigh Davis - CircusTalk

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DIY Circus Lab for Kids— A New Book By Circademic Jackie Leigh Davis

Here is a sneak peek at one of the video tutorials that will be made available to purchasers of the book:
" alt="" width="308" height="308" />A new resource book about circus will be released in February of 2018 entitled DIY Circus Lab for Kids.  It describes itself as “a family friendly guide for juggling, balancing, clowning and show making.” This book aims to excite youth about the art of circus as well as provide them with the resources they’ll need to experience the transformative power of circus, skill building, and show creation. The author Jackie Leigh Davis‘s circus credentials certainly qualify her to write this valuable resource. She has been teaching circus for over 20 years, is a circademic (a word she herself coined that has caught on in the academic community) and a founding member of the American Youth Circus Organization (AYCO) the fir...
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