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First published in France in 1970, the books about Barbapapa have become beloved children's classics all over the world. The word barbapapa comes from the French word for cotton candy, "Barbe a papa." The idea of the character Barbapapa was born in a bistro in Paris as the French-American couple of Annette Tison and Talus Taylor first sketched him on paper napkins. Please enjoy the colorful world of Barabapapa!