The Butterfly Circus

Hardcover/DVD Combo

At the height of the Great Depression, The Showman of the renowned Butterfly Circus leads his troupe through the devastated American landscape, lifting the spirits of audiences along the way. In the midst of their travels they discover Will, a man without limbs, the prized attraction at a carnival sideshow.

After an intriguing encounter with The Showman, he becomes inspired to hope against everything he has ever believed. The Butterfly Circus is a heartwarming story of transformation and hope that is sure to inspire both young and old alike to dare to dream again and reach for the impossible.

This beautiful hardcover book includes a DVD of the award-winning film on which this story is based.

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Story by: Joshua and Rebekah Weigel
Adapted by: Brad Cummings and Lance Wubbels
Pages: 96
Includes: includes a DVD of the award winning short film
Format: Hardcover/DVD combo
ISBN: 9781618710055

Winner of the Clint Eastwood Filmmaker Award and 35 other film festival awards

This is a film that will leave an impression on you for life. My son turned me on to it from a leadership program that he attended in his senior year of college. It is wonderful and will be watched time and time again!
Kathy Z.
Such a poignant, encouraging story. Not only do the characters overcome huge obstacles, but they learn to flourish. Take the time to watch this amazing short film. You will not be disappointed.
Sue M.
This film is life changing. I don’t say that lightly. I’ve watched it so many times and learn something new each time. It’s a true gift. I can’t wait to get more copies for my friends and family!


“What the world needs… is a little wonder!”

“If you could only see the beauty that can come from ashes,” the Showman said.

“The greater the struggle… the more glorious the triumph”