September 13, 2011

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BABAR: The Classic Series: SCHOOL DAYS DVD (2 winners)

First appearing in Histoire de Babar, Jean de Brunhoff’s 1931 storybook classic is based on a tale that his wife Cecile had invented for their children. For 80 years Babar the Elephant has captivated millions around the globe. The story of the little elephant who leaves the jungle, visits a big city and returns to bring the benefits of civilization to his fellow elephants has been captured in a multitude of best-selling books (over 12 million sold worldwide, and more than 1000 titles in print) and several animated series. This Fall, the unforgettable, family favorite, BABAR: THE CLASSIC SERIES, comes to rich life with the first releases in the eOne DVD series. Hailing from the acclaimed, award-winning HBO Family series which ran from 1989-91, these wonderfully animated stories are perfect for the whole family as they follow Babar, his family and friends undertaking many challenges and adventures. The series also teaches the most valuable lesson of all: despite life's challenges, great things are possible if one never gets discouraged. As Babar says, “Long live happiness!”


Babar The Classic Series: School Days features four episodes about Babar’s own school day adventures as well as those of his friends and family. In each tale Babar learns important

lessons on acceptance, honesty and patience. In “School Days”, Babar reminisces about his early education when he and his friends were picked on by the school bullies because they all looked “different”. But he soon realizes everyone should be proud of themselves because differences are what make everyone unique and special. In “Kings of the Castle” Babar and Lord Rataxes the rhino are convinced to trade places for the day, learning that it isn’t easy to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes. In “Every Basket Has a Silver Lining” Babar’s son Pom, a towel boy on the basketball team, learns a valuable lesson about not lying about his playing status. In “Peer Pressure” King Babar recalls having to make a tough decision between loyalty to friendship and loyalty to the law. (#EOE-DV-7048; approx. 90 mins.)

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 If you grew up with Babar, these stories will bring back great memories!  Babar is sweet and innocent and totally enjoyable.  I love introducing the kids to  classics and they love Babar!   Plus after watching it, we were shocked to find a newer version on the Disney Channel!   Babar the Classic Series: School Days is totally enjoyable and a great classic!

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