Babar's Museum of Art

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Harry N. Abrams, Sep 1, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
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Following the success of "Babar's Yoga," De Brunhoff's latest Babar adventure has even wider appeal for art-lovers everywhere. Babar decides to share his growing art collection with the public by converting Celesteville's former train station into a museum. Full color.

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Review: Babar's Museum of Art (Babar)

User Review  - Kelsey Bates - Goodreads

While the text is substandard, the illustrations (especially those of famous artwork featuring elephants) is very cute. Read full review

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User Review  - Mckinley - Goodreads

The train station is empty and Babar has a lot of art... Masterpieces with elephants instead of humans. Read full review

About the author (2003)

Laurent de Brunhoff is the oldest son of Jean and Cecile de Brunhoff. He was born on August 30, 1925. Jean de Brunhoff, his father, began the Babar series of children's books. Laurent has published many more volumes of the tale of Babar. De Brunhoff, who holds both French and American citizenship, was made an Officier de l¿Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, and a Chevalier of the Légion d¿Honneur. There have been major exhibitions of his work and his father¿s work in 1981 at the Centre Culturel du Marais in Paris, in 1983-84 in the United States (Minneapolis Institute of the Arts, Baltimore Museum of Art, Toledo Museum of Art, among others). The work of Jean and Laurent de Brunhoff has also been the subject of books by Anne Hildebrand, Jean and Laurent de Brunhoff: The Legacy of Babar, and by Nicholas Fox Weber, The Art of Babar.

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