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BABAR: BEST FRIENDS FOREVER

What to know: Babar discovers important lessons on cooperation, understanding and teamwork as he shares adventures and bonds with his pals.
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Recommended age 3-8
92 minutes
DVD
ENTERTAINMENT ONE
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This movie is about an elephant King named Babar. The movie follows Babar as he tells his kids stories about his own childhood. Each story is told as a chapter and teaches a lesson, for example showing the children how to learn through their mistakes. My favorite scene in this movie is when the old lady, Madame, teaches Babar how to get along in the big city. The animation is simple and pleasant, I call it "old school," because the style reminds me of an older cartoon style, like it is drawn by hand and not a computer. The voices in Babar are so friendly, I feel like I am chatting with my own friends. I think all ages can enjoy this movie, although older teens and tweens might get bored with the chapters and lessons. I give this movie 5-out of-5-stars. Review by Makai Weber Colvin, KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, age 10.
Babar is an elephant whose mother tragically dies when he is young, and he becomes a very successful adult with a career and family. Teaches life lessons, emphasizing family values, being yourself and working together. Kids learn positive behaviors while being entertained by fun and colorful animation. Teaches positive values and shows respect. Babar and the old lady both are encouraging and respectful. Children are treated nicely, and their opinions are consulted.
Babar discovers important lessons on cooperation, understanding and teamwork as he shares adventures and bonds with his pals. Episodes include: 1)City Ways ; 2)Between Friends; 3)Friendly Agreement; 4)An Elephant's Best Friend.
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