#LoveBooks: The Little Prince

On Sunday, we would love to speak about books. Not only romantic books, but also art books. They are a special and a great medium for inspiration and love feelings.

Continuing our France-week we are delighted to present you

The Little Prince

by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.

Screen Shot 2016-07-03 at 10.38.49 PMFor readers who would like a quick reminder of the book and its main storyline, here is a summary of The Little Prince’s travels and those he met along the way.


If Saint-Exupéry is to be believed The Little Prince is a book for children written for grown-ups. It can be read on many different levels to provide pleasure and food for thought for readers of all ages.

The author, an aviator, crashes with his airplane in the middle of the Sahara desert. While he is trying to repair his airplane, a little boy appears and asks him to draw a sheep. The author learns that The Little Prince comes from asteroid B-612 where he has left behind three volcanoes and a rose.

Before reaching Earth, he has visited other planets and met some very odd people: a king, a conceited man, a drunkard, a lamplighter, a geographer…  Since arriving on Earth, he has spoken to a fox who has taught him that to know someone or something, you must « tame » them, and that makes them unique. « What is essential is invisible to the eye, says the fox. »

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In order to return to his planet and his rose, The Little Prince allows himself to be bitten by a poisonous snake: his planet is too far away, he cannot take his « shell ». The aviator, who has succeeded in repairing his plane, also quits the desert. He still hopes The Little Prince will return one day and asks us to write and tell him if ever we should meet his friend.


reference (http://www.thelittleprince.com/)

When reading the book at an early age, we didn’t see the whole picture. We suggest to re-read the literature since it is an adult book and the most inspiring and romantic we have ever read.

Enjoy the moment, take your time!

Risk Love, follow LoveStoryPeople using today’s hashtag #LoveBooks and share your favorite book with us?



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