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by Laurent De Brunhoff

Free eBook BABAR AND THE GHOST download ISBN: 039494660X
Author: Laurent De Brunhoff
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers (March 12, 1981)
Language: English
Pages: 28
Category: Unsorted
Size MP3: 1934 mb
Size FLAC: 1358 mb
Rating: 4.9
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Babar first came to life through the art of Laurent’s father, Jean de Brunhoff, and Laurent has continued to create adventures for the elephant family.

Only 20 left in stock (more on the way). Babar first came to life through the art of Laurent’s father, Jean de Brunhoff, and Laurent has continued to create adventures for the elephant family. He and his wife, Phyllis Rose, split their time between New York City and Key West, Florida.

Laurent de Brunhoff (born August 30, 1925) is a French author and illustrator, known primarily for continuing the Babar the Elephant series of children's books, created by his father, Jean de Brunhoff. Brunhoff was born in Paris. The children's classic, Babar, began as a bedtime story that Cécile de Brunhoff told her young sons, Laurent and Mathieu, in 1930, when they were five and four years old, respectively

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Brunhoff, Laurent de, 1925-. The ghost of the Black Castle follows Babar and his family and friends back to Celesteville. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Babar and the Ghost book. Laurent de Brunhoff est un auteur et illustrateur français. Laurent De Brunhoff has kept the spirit of Babar and his family alive for over 50 years. Babar was created by Laurent's mother as a bedtime story, and was first illustrated by Laurent's father, Jean de Brunhoff. After his father's death, Laurent continued to created over 30 Babar stories. Laurent de Brunho Laurent de Brunhoff est un auteur et illustrateur français.

Babar Story Book: The Show Must Go On (Babar Series). ISBN 0394879082 - I've never been a huge Babar fan, but I do like this book! It's a perfect Halloween title for little kids who only THINK they're ready for "scary stuff"

Babar Story Book: The Show Must Go On (Babar Series). Babar Story Book: The Best Present In the World (Babar Series). bpNichol, Jean de Brunhoff. ISBN 0394879082 - I've never been a huge Babar fan, but I do like this book! It's a perfect Halloween title for little kids who only THINK they're ready for "scary stuff".

Laurent de Brunhoff (born August 30, 1925, Paris, France) . Babar and the Ghost".

Laurent de Brunhoff (born August 30, 1925, Paris, France), author and illustrator. After studying fine arts at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière in Paris, de Brunhoff took over the Babar series of books first begun by his father, Jean de Brunhoff. After the war, he also did work in other creative fields, such as posters, jackets for record albums, and animated cartoons. Since 1985, he has lived in the United States, splitting his time between Middletown, Connecticut and Key West, Florida. New York: Random House, 1986. "Babar in History, Calendar for 1991".

Published by Random House Books for Young Readers. ISBN 10: 0394841085 ISBN 13: 9780394841083.

Babar and his family encounter an elephant ghost in a haunted castle which brings complete havoc to all adults, who are unable to see the ghost
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Djang
ISBN 0394879082 - I've never been a huge Babar fan, but I do like this book! It's a perfect Halloween title for little kids who only THINK they're ready for "scary stuff".

Babar and his family go to Black Castle to picnic. When it begins to rain, they head indoors, where the kids joke about ghosts until, much to their surprise they meet a real one! Friendly and lonely, Baron Bardula plays with them until it's time to go home. After some pleading by the children, the baron agrees to go home with them, but it doesn't work out very well. Still, the kids have made a great new friend!

Not scary, really, so it's a nice little book for the 6-8 age group it's intended for. The ghost is less scary than a ghost might be, and more of a prankster, and even those pranks are at the direction of Babar's children.

- AnnaLovesBooks
Shomeshet
The Ghost did not tell the children he was a "good ghost" as the first reviewer said. Laurent De Brunhoff writes this sentence, "The baron was a friendly ghost." in the voice of a narrator halfway through the book. I am citing this detail because the story is not a well written one and it's easy to think a character said something or something happened, that did not. The pictures are delightful. The font is disappointing, not the same that Daddy and his publishers used and I miss it. It's a book to borrow from the library, but I am sorry I spent the money purchasing it for my son. It's not a keeper because the story itself: going on a hike to a castle where they befriend a ghost....is not well told. The writing doesn't flow. Into the donate box.
Tejora
In this book, Babar and his family go to the haunted Black Castle for a picnic. But while they are there it starts to rain, so they have to go inside and wait for it to stop. As they were waiting, the children went and roamed around. While they were roaming around the castle, they ran into a ghost. At first they were scared, but the ghost told them he was a good ghost. They thought he was very cool so they decided that he should come home with them. The ghost told them that only children could see him, so they had some fun playing tricks on their parents. But finally, Babar got suspicious about what was going on and overheard his daughter talking to, and about, the ghost. So Babar got fed up and made it go back to the Black Castle where it came from. The children were sad, but they knew that they could go and visit the ghost any time. Then the next day Babar asked them if they wanted to go back to Black Castle for another picnic. The children were so happy. The were going to get to see their ghost friend again.
I liked this book as a child because I always thought that stuff with ghosts, haunted houses and stuff like that were interesting. My favorite character in this book was Zepher the monkey, he was kind of funny. So if you think you are interested in this kind of story, you should read it.