Antoine De Saint-Exupery
I first read "the little prince" to my tummy when i was pregnant, having had it read to me by my father when I was a little girl.
Today, I completed it again, my son now nearing 3...and still I cry at the ending!
I revere Antoine de Saint Exupery, for what he has given me. His woks have been life changers, and a beautiful place to go.
Thank You Sir x
>>By Emma Marsh (Monday, 21 Jul 2003 23:00)
I'm trying to buy the book as a gift for a friend, but I'm having trouble finding a really nice edition of it in its original language. The 60th anniversary gift edition looks nice, but all the retailers I've found only seem to offer it in English. Does anybody know where I could find a french-print version that's more elaborate than the "school-and-library-binding" edition? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
>>By Pedestrian Wolf (Tuesday, 25 Nov 2003 18:04)
In chapter 24 saint-exupery and the little prince find the welll and the water....
what do you think the water represents???
>>By mofo7788 (Sunday, 7 Dec 2003 05:48)
little prince is my favorite book
>>By monekyface (Monday, 19 Apr 2004 05:03)
Did you hear that the plane Saint-Exupéry crashed in was found at the bottom of the sea? Years after his death, this great writer and humanist manages to make waves, litteraly...
>>By Noudjali (Monday, 19 Apr 2004 15:16)
It's amazing after all this time that this book still completely blows me away. I re-read from time to time just to keep things in focus.
What year did they find the plane?
>>By procrastinator (Tuesday, 20 Apr 2004 17:37)
It was the first thing I bought when I found out I was pregnant with my daughter, as a gift for her. It is the most profoundly moving book I've ever read.
There was an article on the news last week that they found his plane finally.
>>By Dare (Tuesday, 20 Apr 2004 18:16)
Hey are you serious???? They only just found the plane? The one he wrote about in Terre des Hommes??? Oh and I guess le petit Prince too...
>>By mebaroo (Tuesday, 20 Apr 2004 18:23)
Anyone who enjoyed reading The Little Prince should definetely check out a book called Hope For The Flowers by Trina Paulus. Let me know what you think.
>>By procrastinator (Thursday, 29 Apr 2004 15:19)
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