Purple crayon in hand, Harold draws a tightrope and falls into a circus where he has many adventures.
Harold and the Purple Crayon:
Harold goes for an adventurous walk in the moonlight with his purple crayon.
Harold's Fairy Tale
Unable to fall asleep one night, Harold uses his purple crayon to create his very own bedtime fairy tale.
Harold's Trip to the Sky:
With his magic purple crayon, Harold draws himself into a rocket voyage to Mars, then safely back to earth just in time for breakfast.
Taking along his purple crayon, Harold journeys from A to Z, each letter generating a picture from which the word becomes part of an uninterrupted story.
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