No Products in the Cart
Size: 16 inches
Is it just an illustrated children's book or a philosophy of life?
Mentions? We do not engage in such personal discussions, but the book's enthusiasts and
For the addicts, we brought together the little details of the Little Prince and its author, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
It is one of the most sold and most translated books in the world after the scriptures and Das Kapital.
It sells about two million annually and the total sales so far exceeds 140 million. It has been translated into more than 250 languages and dialects in the world.
It was actually a 1000-page work before the book became a short version
The predicted word of his author, Saint-Exupéry, on the abbreviation of the book will be revealing.
All the illustrations in the book are watercolor illustrations by the author.
The book was also written in a hotel room in New York and was published for the first time in 1943.
It is thought that there are many details of Saint-Exupéry's life in the book.
The book is believed to include the wife of the rose, Consuleo, and the planets that each of the planets symbolized a country and the World War II was changing. The desert, the starting point of the book, is the Sahara Desert, where Saint-Exupéry fell during a flight in 1935 and somehow managed to escape.
The mysterious death of the author and the confession that came after 65 years
During the World War II, no news was received from the author who took off in the Mediterranean skies on July 31, 1944. Until 1998, when a Marseille fisherman found the wristband of the author and in 2004, the wreckage of the plane was found as a result of the researches carried out on the shores of Marseille. 65 years after his death, a German pilot, Hors Rippert, admits he dropped the plane he used, and said, "If I knew who was in it, I wouldn't fire."
Age Range: > 3 years old
Filling: PP Cotton
Size: 16 inches
For The Little Prince Fans
The name of the planet where the Little Prince lived was given to the asteroid 46610 discovered in 1993. Let's open a small parenthesis here: the number 46610 corresponds to B-612 (French: bésixdouze) in the hexadecimal system used by computer users.
Before France moved to the euro, there were pictures of the Little Prince and Saint-Exupéry over 50 francs.
There is a Little Prince museum in Hakone, Japan. Also, there is a Little Prince themed village in Gyeonggi-do city in South Korea. The museum and the village are frequented by tourists. In 2000, the airport in Lyon, where the author was born and raised, was named after Saint Exupéry.
|Color:||Blue, Purple, White|