The Story of Babar, the Little Elephant

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First published in the 1930s, this charming French classic tells the story of what happens to baby elephant Babar as he grows up. When his mother is shot by cruel hunters, a grief-stricken Babar leaves the forest and wanders to a nearby town. There, he is taken under the wing of a rich old lady, who dresses him elegantly. He learns mathematics and to drive a car - and even sleeps in a bed. But before long, he misses his fellow elephants, and soon he returns to the jungle, where he is crowned king of the elephants and marries his queen, Celeste.

Set to a beautiful background of classical music, this story will continue to enchant generations to come.

1. The Story of Babar
2. After some days...
3. Meanwhile, in the Great Forest...
4. Off they went!
5. Then Cornelius, the oldest elephant...
6. The Wedding of Babar
7. The party was over