Babar's Museum of Art
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.
Published September 1, 2003. Hardcover. 48 pages
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