Babar Comes To America

August 1, 2008|
Babar Comes To America by Laurent De Brunhoff
Earn 115 plum® points
1% of net proceeds from this book helps children in high-needs communities through the Indigo Love of Reading Foundation
Buy Online
Ship to an address
Not currently available.
Pick up in store
To see if pickup is available,
Buy In Store
Not sold in stores
Prices and offers may vary in store


A vintage look at life in America, seen from the eyes of one of the world''s most famous elephants and freshly reissued for a new generation


Originally published in 1965, Babar Comes to America is one of Laurent de Brunhoff''s most popular books, and it is in print again for the first time in many years. Babar, king of the elephants, receives an invitation to meet with the president of the United States-the perfect excuse for a family vacation! None of the elephants have been to America before, so Babar packs up his family and sets off to see the sights.


From the hustle and bustle of New York to the wide open spaces of the Grand Canyon, from riding streetcars in San Francisco to fishing on Lake Michigan, Babar and his family experience America in all its glory and splendor.


With Laurent de Brunhoff''s thoughtful observations and lovable characters, which have made Babar a household name since 1931, this nostalgic look at the USA more than thirty years ago will captivate young readers as they marvel at how much has changed, while adults will take a trip down memory lane and see sights, signs, and more that had been forgotten.

Laurent de Brunhoff has kept the spirit of Babar and his family alive for more than 50 years. Originally created by Laurent''s mother as a bedtime story, Babar the elephant first came to life through the art of Laurent''s father, Jean de Brunhoff, who produced seven books about the character before his untimely death. Building on his f...
Title:Babar Comes To America
Product dimensions:72 pages, 12.38 X 8.62 X 0.5 in
Shipping dimensions:72 pages, 12.38 X 8.62 X 0.5 in
Published:August 1, 2008
Publisher:Harry N. Abrams
Appropriate for ages:5
ISBN - 13:9780810972445

Look for similar items by category:

Recently Viewed