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Babar's Rescue (Harry N. Abrams)

by Laurent de Brunhoff

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0810948397, Hardcover)

A nonstop action adventure
It's Isabelle to the rescue when her father is mysteriously kidnapped while the two are on a camping trip. Babar's little daughter proves herself to be brave and clever when she tracks down her father with the help of a lion, a snake, and a monkey. The adventure is only just beginning when she finds the elephant king, he's being held in a hidden city by a group of strange elephants with striped ears! How plucky Isabelle manages to help her father escape makes for an action-packed adventure that will keep children on the edge of their seats as much as it did when the book was first released in 1993.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:00:42 -0400)

When Babar and Isabelle go on a camping trip, the king is captured by mysterious striped elephants and it is up to Isabelle, with the help of a monkey, a lion, and a snake, to rescue him.

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