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Babar: A Gift for Mother by Ellen Weiss
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Babar: A Gift for Mother

by Ellen Weiss

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Based on characters created by Jean and Laurent de Brunhoff

Every child dreams of the perfect gift for his or her mother!

Babar's four children each want to give their mother, Celeste, the perfect present. Pom makes a clay bowl, Flora buys a tiny glass horse, and Alexander selects a shiny, silver balloon. But Isabelle just can't think of a gift for her mother. It takes a consultation with her favorite advisor--her father, Babar--to get her creative juices flowing and lead her to the perfect present, one that comes straight from the heart.

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Pom made a clay bowl, Flora bought a glass horse, and Alexander has a shiny balloon for their mother, but little Isabelle has no gift for her. With Babar's gentle prompting, Isabelle discovers how to make a present of her own.

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