The Little Prince



The Little Prince Moral allegory and spiritual autobiography, The Little Prince is the most translated book in the French language With a timeless charm it tells the story of a little boy who leaves the safety of his own tiny planet to travel the universe, learning the vagaries of adult behaviour through a series of extraordinary encounters His personal odyssey culminates in a voyage to Earth and further adventures. Download The Little Prince – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 93 pages
  • The Little Prince
  • Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
  • English
  • 15 February 2018
  • 0156012197

10 thoughts on “The Little Prince

  1. Nataliya says:

    For those who somehow have no idea about what happens in The Little Prince or cannot figure it out at a reasonable spot in the book, here is a warning THERE WILL BE, as much as I hate applying this term to this incredibly famous classic that does not rely on Ahamoments to keep the readers attention, SPOILERSYou do understand that the Little Prince diedmy mother asked as carefully and gently as only adults who kno...

  2. Manny says:

    The next asteroid the Little Prince came to was inhabited by a Quiz Addict He sat hunched in front of his laptop, and barely looked up when the Little Prince greeted him There was nowhere else to sit, since the whole asteroid was covered in books Good morning said the Little Prince I m sorry, I don t have time to talk to you, said the Quiz Addict I am very busy Wait In Twilight, what color was Edward s car I don t know, said the Little Prince I have never read this book Twilight The next asteroid the Little Prince came to was inhabited by a Quiz Addict He sat hunched in front of his laptop, and barely looked up when the Little Prince greeted him There was nowhere else to sit, since the whole asteroid was covered in books Good morning said the Little Prince I m sorry, I don t have time to talk to you, said the Quiz Addict I am very busy Wait In Twilight, what color was Edward s car I don t know, said the Little Prince I have never read this book Twilight I think it was blue, said the man Damn I was wrong Silver In Twilight, who joined the Cullen family first I told you, said the Little Prince, that I haven t read this ...

  3. Erin says:

    We are all children in adult bodies Yes we are, don t think we aren t for one moment The fact that we WERE, indeed, children, is a huge part of each of us It is possible to shed a few appreciative tears on every page of this book if you entertain the thought that the pilot IS The Little Prince Maybe you won t think that maybe you ll have your own take on the book that s the magic about it This book is translated to English from French If you understand and or appreciate French, the...

  4. Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    574 Le Petit Prince The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint Exup ryThe Little Prince French Le Petit Prince , first published in 1943, is a novella, the most famous work of French aristocrat, writer, poet, and pioneering aviator Antoine de Saint Exup ry The Little Prince is a poetic tale, with watercolour illustrations by the author, in which a pilot stranded in the desert meets a young prince visiting Earth from a tiny asteroid The story is philosophical and includes social criticism of the 574 Le Pe...

  5. Kevin Kelsey says:

    Great observations, but personally I think it s overrated It practically begs the reader to come to the conclusion that if you don t get it it s your own fault because you re a grown up, and only kids can see what matters It s heavy handed, clumsily executed observations on what s important in life It s not wrong by any means, but it s kind of pseudo intellectualist.I m going to go with a literal interpretation of the plot, because it sfun that way A man crashes his plane in the de Great observations, but personally I think it s overrated It practically begs the reader to come to the conclusion that if you don t get it it s your own fault because you re a grown up, and only kids can see what matters It s heavy handed, clumsily executed observations on what s important in life It s not wrong by any means, but it s kind o...

  6. jessica says:

    one sees clearly only with the heartsometimes i fall into a mood where i am simply tired of life where i just want to crawl under the duvet with a cup of tea, hug a book and never let gothe little princeis that book for me its a truly special treasure its precious its my rose ___________________________________on ne voit bien qu avec le c urparfois, je deviens fatigu de la vie et je veux ramper sous la couette avec une tasse de th , embrasser un livre et ne jamais l cherone sees clearly only with the heartsometimes i fall into a mood where i am simply tired of life where i just want to crawl under the duvet with a cup of tea, hug a book and never let gothe little princeis that book for me its a truly special treasure its precious its my rose ___________________________________on ne v...

  7. Hailey (Hailey in Bookland) says:

    So amazing I can see many rereads of this in the years to come.

  8. Stephen says:

    A Daddy Daughter nighttime reading hour reviewThis was a toughy for me to review I wasn t sure of the best perspective from which to provide comments so as to be of assistance to my fellow readers since this is a children s book rather than YA which would be reviewed purely on its own merits After a short session of what should I do, I bravely decided to punt, figuring that there are alreadythan enough excellent reviews of this without my clogging up the cyber arteries with another A Daddy Daughter nighttime reading hour reviewThis was a toughy for me to review I wasn t sure of the best perspective from which to provide comments so as to be of assistance to my fellow readers since this is a children s book rather than YA which would be reviewed purely on its own merits After a short session of what should I do, I bravely decided to punt, figuring that there are alreadythan enough excellent reviews of this without my clogging up t...

  9. Kai says:

    It is only with the heart that one can see rightly what is essential is invisible to the eye I remember, when I was little, I had this round CD case and it contained an audiobook Now as a child I loved audiobooks, or someone reading stories to me Still do today, actually Anyway, the audiobook was titled The Little Prince, and I listened to it quite often That, however, was at least 10 years ago, possiblySo I decided that it was time for a reread I m sorry to say that I ...

  10. Manny says:

    Original review, Jul 24 2018 This month, three plotlines in my life collided I know Swedish and Norwegian well, and I d thought vaguely from time to time that I d like to learn Icelandic too I ve always been a great admirer of Tolkien, and I knew he had been interested in Icelandic and I have a couple of Icelandic friends But none of this had ever come to anything Last week, however, Jupiter aligned with Mars and I entered the Age of Aquarius I d just finished reading Tolkien Maker of MOriginal review, Jul 24 2018 This month, three plotlines in my life collided I know Swedish and Norwegian well, and I d thought vaguely from time to time that I d like to learn Icelandic too I ve always been a great admirer of Tolkien, and I knew he had been interested in Icelandic and I have a couple of Icelandic friends But none of this had ever come to anything Last week, however, Jupiter aligned with Mars and I entered the Age of Aquarius I d just finished reading Tolkien Maker of Middle Earth , which has many striking passages in Icelandic, Old Norse and Old English, and our friend K happened to be on Iceland Fired with enthusiasm by Tolkien s love of these obscure but wonderfully poetic languages, I asked K if she could possibly get me one or two Icelandic children s books I just don t know how to thank her she turned up with not one or two but half a dozen books, including my favorite, Le petit prince I spent the next few days carrying it with me everywhere, snatching all opportunit...

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