The Little Prince

The Little Prince - Kyle Daniele 10/26/08 This past summer...

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Kyle Daniele 10/26/08 This past summer I picked up a book that if I had to guess, I had not looked at in ten years. The last time I opened its pages, I gave up on reading it probably because it was too complicated for me to understand and/or I was more concerned with more important things like climbing on playgrounds and making sure I got the newest toy. To my surprise I found my bookmark still there and after reading all eighty-three pages I see the world differently. Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s story The Little Prince now has a permanent place in my heart. The Little Prince is one of those stories that can be enjoyed by children as well as adults. For those who haven’t read it, an airplane pilot crashes in the Sahara desert and is encountered by the little prince, a small blonde haired boy. The prince quickly befriends him and explains that he comes from a small planet beyond ours and his only friend was a rose, which he loved, but the rose was unable to express it back. He lost faith in the rose
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