American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- See Baber.
- n. an imaginary elephant that appears in a series of French books for children
“One of the things I love about "Babar" is how increasingly complicated the story got the older I became (that's actually one of the things I love about most children's literature).”
“Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 I did not recall the walk-on appearance, if that is the right word, of an ecstatic mob of kangaroos in Babar et ce coquin d’Arthur, Laurent de Brunhoff’s first volume (1946).”
“Monkey was a step too far, with Fergus noting it looked like a "butchered baby"; elephant was rejected after the pair gazed with respect at the huge mammal, and Fergus's eyes misted over as he recalled the Babar stories he cherished in childhood.”
“I loved the Elysian Fields reference, and also smiled when Dean called the elephant 'Babar', haha I used to love that show!”
“After more frequent run-ins around Washington, the two began to speak with more regularity and realized they shared many interests: Jay-Z, basketball, spicy Thai food and "Babar," a favorite childhood book.”
“Babar" author Laurent de Brunhoff says the book's exercises can benefit children, but advises adult supervision.”
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