An all-new babar book with tremendous crossover appeal! Includes a free pull-out poster! Following the phenomenal success of babar's yoga for elephants here is an all-new babar story - one with even broader reach. Everyone who loves art babar or children will love babar's museum of art. The old train station in celesteville stands empty - should it be torn down? "no!" declare celeste and babar who decide to turn it into an art museum. Their children (like many young museum-goers) have a lot of questions about art - "does it have to be pretty? Does it have to be old? Does it have to make sense?" celeste's patient answers explain the basic ideas of art appreciation. Babar and celeste's generous donations to the new museum include witty and striking elephant-inspired versions of michel-angelo's creation of man georges seurat's a sunday on la grande jatte and sandro botticelli's birth of venus along with many other celebrated paintings. Children and adults will want to visit babar's museum of art again and again!Features
- Author - Mary Panzer Bob Rubin Paul Roth Luc Menand William Shawcross.
- Paperback - 48 pages.
- Publisher - Harry N. Abrams; New edition edition (September 1 2003).
- Age Range - 2 and up.
- Grade Level - Preschool and up.
- Language - English.
- Dimension - 0.5 x 9 x 12.5 in.
- Item Weight - 1.3 lbs.