Babar's Museum of Art

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Harry N. Abrams, Sep 1, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 44 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  - Maren Prestegaard - Goodreads

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About the author (2003)

Laurent de Brunhoff, 1925 - Laurent de Brunhoff is the oldest of Jean and Cecile de Brunhoff's children. He was 12 when his father died and when he was old enough, he chose to continue the legacy that his father had created. Laurent has published many more volumes of the tale of Babar and has had the story made into films and television shows. He also paints in his spare time and has had shows of his paintings.

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