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Babar Saves the Day (Pictureback(R))

by Laurent de Brunhoff

Series: Babar (23)

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Everyone is excited when Olala the singer comes to visit, and they can’t wait for his concert, but Olala gets in a fight with the band’s parrot, Kawak. Olala realizes that he needs Kawak, but he can’t even get Kawak to talk to him. Babar talks to Kawak and he and Olala settle their differences and give a great concert. ( )
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Illus. in full color by the author. Babar discovers problems pleasing temperamental singing stars.  

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Babar convinces Kawak the parrot not to run away following an argument, but to return to Olala's singing group.

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