Babar the King

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One of the stories featuring Babar the Elephant, who was created in the 1930s by Jean de Brunhoff and given new life by his son Laurent after World War II.

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itle about Babar and his family follows the elephants as they build a magnificent city: Celesteville. Life is peaceful and contented, everyone has a job to do, and celebrations are frequent. But one fateful day a snake bites the Old Lady and Babar fears that he may lose his oldest friend. Illus. in full color by the author.

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This is a book about Babar who is an elephant, but king to his country.

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De Brunhoff, Jean
Published by London; Little Mammoth; 1990, London (1990)
ISBN 10: 0749706449 ISBN 13: 9780749706449
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