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Ben Taylor-Born to Sing

“In the great forest a little elephant is born. His name is . His mother loves him very much. She rocks him to sleep with her trunk, singing softly to him.” – “Babar the Elephant” by Jean de Brunhoff  is the pride of the elephants. He was once hushed into slumber by graceful elephant lullabies, nestled deep in his great forest home in the big city. Taylor doesn’t hide his legacy. He calls the elephants in the room by name. To us, they are  and . To him, they are just mom and dad. “It’s Babar, but I call it …

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october, 2021

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