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Home | COLLECTIBLES & CURIOSITIES | Barbapapa - Plush 10cm - Yellow
Barbapapa - Plush 10cm - Yellow
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Barbapapa - Plush Toy 10cm - Yellow

Barbapapa - Plush 10cm - Yellow Character is called Barbidou (in French); Barbazoo (in English). Barbidou, the yellow son, loves animals. Barbidou, an ecologist, is very knowledgeble when it comes to facts about the different plants and animals.

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Barbapapa is both the title character, and name of the "species" of said character, of a series of children's books written in the 1970s by Annette Tison and Talus Taylor, who resided in Paris, France.The books were originally written in French (barbe à papa is French for candy floss, or - literally - "father's beard"), and were later translated into over 30 languages. Besides the book, cartoon and comic versions were also created. Both the cartoons and comics sometimes show concerns about the environment and contain environmental messages.

Barbapapa a generally mango-shaped, pink shapeshifting blob-like creature who stumbles upon the human world and tries to fit in. The shapeshifting is usually accompanied by the saying "Clickety Click—Barba Trick" (in the French version "Hup Hup Hup, Barbatruc", "Oblajuco, Barbatruco" in Spanish, "Ra-Ru-Rick, Barbatrick" in German, "Huub huub huub, Barbatruuk" in Dutch, "Hüpp Hüpp Hüpp, Barbatrükk" in Hungarian, in Turkish version "Hop hop hop, De?i? Tonton" in "Resta di stucco, e' un barbatrucco" in the Italian version, in Greek "Κλι κλι κ?λπο, μπ?ρμπα κ?λπο"/"kli kli kolpo, barba kolpo"). After various amusing adventures, he comes across a female of his species (more shapely, and black-coloured), named Barbamama. They produce seven children, known as the Barbababies, each a different colour:

  • Barbazoo (Barbidou in French), yellow, male, lover of animals
  • Barbalala, green, female, lover of music
  • Barbalib (Barbotine), orange, female, lover of books
  • Barbabeau (Barbouille), black and furry, male, lover of art
  • Barbabelle, purple, female, lover of beauty
  • Barbabright (Barbidul), blue, male, lover of science
  • Barbabravo (Barbidur), red, male, lover of strength and heroism
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