1924. Illustrated from photographs. In his introduction Cooper suggests to the reader that the next time he or she goes to the circus to try a new viewpoint. To remember that we are all animals, we all belong to the same kingdom and with that in mind, experiment with the idea of looking at those animals not as just so many mere brutes, but as merely a different branch of the animal kingdom to which you belong. Look upon them as foreigners, as visitors to your land from a different shore, strange but willing to learn, and with far greater perceptive powers, perhaps, than we have. Contents: Inside the Training Den; Tramping it to Cagedom; Character in the Cages; The Dog Wagon; Menagerie Psych-Stuff; The Ellyphants are Coming-g-g!; A Hundred Tons of Prankishness; and The Keeper of the Bulls.