The Little prince

Author
Language English
Publisher
New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013




Annotation:

Introduction: Emergency desert landing -- Aviator's desert theme -- Little prince "Star" theme -- Theme of the Drawn little sheep -- "House of rosy brick" solo -- "My love is a flower" theme -- The king's royal march -- The conceited man -- The tippler -- The businessman -- The lamplighter -- The geographer -- My love is a flower - reprise -- The snake -- The fox -- The railway switchman -- Aviator's desert theme -- Little prince "Star" theme -- The singing well -- Little prince" - reprise -- "Little prince" - departure -- My love is a flower - reprise -- "Aviator's" theme -- Little prince "Star" theme -- "Desert landing" - reprise.



Subjects :

  • Translations into English.
  • Fiction
  • Lift-the-flap books
  • Children's literature, French
  • Allegories
  • Juvenile literature.
  • French literature
  • Princes
  • Specimens
  • Juvenile fiction
  • Imagination
  • Pride and vanity
  • Animation (Cinematography)
  • Fantasy
  • Fantasy fiction
  • Musicals
  • Sahara
  • Saint-Exup ery, Antoine de,
  • Fairy tales
  • Pop-up books
  • Air pilots
  • Juvenile fiction.

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Best Books :

  • Notable Children's Books, 1940 , ALSC American Library Association
  • Senior High School Library Catalog, Fifteenth Edition, 1997 , H.W. Wilson
  • 100 Great Children s Books 100 Years, 2013 , New York Public Library
  • Books About Relationships and Community-Building, 2002 , Children's Book Council
  • Books to Read Aloud to Children of All Ages, 2003 , Bank Street College of Education
  • Children's Catalog, Eighteenth Edition, 2001 , H.W. Wilson
  • Children's Catalog, Nineteenth Edition, 2006 , H.W. Wilson
  • Middle And Junior High School Library Catalog, Eighth Edition, 2000 , H.W. Wilson
  • Middle and Junior High School Library Catalog, Ninth Edition, 2005 , H.W. Wilson
  • Not Just for Children Anymore, 2001 , Children's Book Council
  • Senior High Core Collection, Seventeenth Edition, 2007 , The H. W. Wilson Co.
  • Senior High School Library Catalog, Sixteenth Edition, 2002 , H.W. Wilson
  • Senior High School Library Catalog, Supplement to the Fifteenth Edition, 2000 , H.W. Wilson

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Reading Measurement Programs:


9780440842149, 0152465030, 9780152438203, 0152438203, 9780151528202, 0151528209, 9780152465032
Harcourt Brace and World (New York [NY]:) 1943.

Lexile, MetaMetrics, Inc.

Lexile Measure 640
Accelerated Reader Points


0152465030, 9780152465032
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (New York) 1943.

Lexile, MetaMetrics, Inc.

Lexile Measure 640
Accelerated Reader Points


0156012197, 9780156012195, 0152023984, 9780156012072, 9780152023980
Harcourt (San Diego:) 2000.

Accelerated Reader
Interest Level Middle Grade
Book Level 5
Accelerated Reader Points 2

Lexile, MetaMetrics, Inc.

Lexile Measure 710
Accelerated Reader Points

Reading Counts-Scholastic
Interest Level 6-8
Reading Level 7
Accelerated Reader Points 4

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Reviews :

Jean Palmer (KLIATT Review, March 2001 (Vol. 35, No. 2))
A beautiful dramatization that grabs listeners immediately. Actor Gere masterfully narrates as the downed aviator and child actor Haley Joel Osment is the Little Prince who "tames" him and us. Miscellaneous other readers add appropriately different voices. Well paced, perfectly acted, and enjoyable for all ages. Appropriate music. My only complaint is that it is abridged, though the abridgment is tolerably well done. (5524 Saint-Patrick St., Suite 550, Montreal, PQ, H4E 1A8, Canada, 1-800-360-1377). KLIATT Codes: JSA*--Exceptional book, recommended for junior and senior high school students, advanced students, and adults. 2000, Pocketaudio, Abridged, 1 CD, approx 50 mins, Content notes, $16.95. Ages 13 to adult.
(PUBLISHER: Editions Alexandre Stank e Inc.:Pocketaudio Collection ([S.l.]:), PUBLISHED: c2000.)

Publishers Weekly (Publishers Weekly)
Young Osment (The Sixth Sense; Pay It Forward) again proves his mettle as an actor, giving voice to the Little Prince in this crisp, full-cast production of the literary classic. He approaches the role with a gentleness and sensitivity that touches the heart and never sounds maudlin. As the pilot whose plane has crashed in the Sahara, Gere plays it low-key, creating a perfect partner for Osment's interplanetary-traveling, wise-beyond-his-years prince. Gere expresses just the right mix of amusement and bewilderment as the prince interrupts the pilot's efforts to repair his plane with a request that he draw a sheep. The adept performances capture the timeless nature of Saint-Exup ry's fable about how a child sees the important things in life much more clearly than many adults do. All ages. (Dec.) FYI: Last year marked the 100th anniversary of Saint-Exup ry's birth.
(PUBLISHER: Editions Alexandre Stank e Inc.:Pocketaudio Collection ([S.l.]:), PUBLISHED: c2000.)

Jennifer Dowell (Audiofile, June/July 2001)
At first, Richard Gere's pause-laden, melancholic narration seems affected, but as this fable of childhood wonder and adult folly unfolds, the sad, quiet tone feels entirely appropriate. As the Little Prince, guilelessly portrayed by The Sixth Sense's Haley Joel Osment, leaves his tiny planet to journey across the universe, he encounters characters who embody greed and futility, and finally a fox who, in a brief but standout performance by Adam Frost, asks to be tamed. Gentle, contemplative music underscores the story, and by the end, the Little Prince has learned that the weightiest matters in life--bonds of friendship and responsibility--are the most intangible. Saint-Exup ry's pilot has been changed irrevocably by his encounter with the Little Prince; listeners will doubtless feel the same way. J.M.D. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine Unabridged. 2000 (orig. 1943), Pocketaudio, One CDs, $16.95. Ages 4 to adult.
(PUBLISHER: Editions Alexandre Stank e Inc. ([Carignan Quebec]:), PUBLISHED: [2000])

Jean Palmer (KLIATT Review, March 2001 (Vol. 35, No. 2))
A beautiful dramatization that grabs listeners immediately. Actor Gere masterfully narrates as the downed aviator and child actor Haley Joel Osment is the Little Prince who "tames" him and us. Miscellaneous other readers add appropriately different voices. Well paced, perfectly acted, and enjoyable for all ages. Appropriate music. My only complaint is that it is abridged, though the abridgment is tolerably well done. (5524 Saint-Patrick St., Suite 550, Montreal, PQ, H4E 1A8, Canada, 1-800-360-1377). KLIATT Codes: JSA*--Exceptional book, recommended for junior and senior high school students, advanced students, and adults. 2000, Pocketaudio, Abridged, 1 CD, approx 50 mins, Content notes, $16.95. Ages 13 to adult.
(PUBLISHER: Editions Alexandre Stank e Inc. ([Carignan Quebec]:), PUBLISHED: [2000])

Publishers Weekly (Publishers Weekly)
Young Osment (The Sixth Sense; Pay It Forward) again proves his mettle as an actor, giving voice to the Little Prince in this crisp, full-cast production of the literary classic. He approaches the role with a gentleness and sensitivity that touches the heart and never sounds maudlin. As the pilot whose plane has crashed in the Sahara, Gere plays it low-key, creating a perfect partner for Osment's interplanetary-traveling, wise-beyond-his-years prince. Gere expresses just the right mix of amusement and bewilderment as the prince interrupts the pilot's efforts to repair his plane with a request that he draw a sheep. The adept performances capture the timeless nature of Saint-Exup ry's fable about how a child sees the important things in life much more clearly than many adults do. All ages. (Dec.) FYI: Last year marked the 100th anniversary of Saint-Exup ry's birth.
(PUBLISHER: Editions Alexandre Stank e Inc. ([Carignan Quebec]:), PUBLISHED: [2000])

(Bookbird Reviews)
Mohammad Ghazi is a most distinguished Iranian translator of French. He has been nominated for the Honor List because of his efforts to bring the best works of western literature to Iranian children. His mastery in both languages and his talent in literary translation make it possible for young readers to thoroughly enjoy these books. The Little prince is Ghazi's masterpiece of translation. 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 behavior through a series of extraordinary encounters. His personal odyssey culminates in a voyage to Earth and further adventures. We are all children in adults 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 deliciousness of that fact can affect you in addition to the sweet story line itself. The book won't even take you a whole day to read. Consider honoring the Little You that still remains, and resides within you, and read this 'salute' to childhood, to innocence, and to you. It just takes a 'Little' imagination and bravery.
(PUBLISHER: Harcourt (San Diego:), PUBLISHED: 2000.)

Vicki Arkoff (Midwest Book Review, "Vicki's Bookshelf" column, June 2003)
The beloved classic, "The Little Prince," is now available in a fresh new translation and a beautiful, cloth-covered slip-case embellished with gold-foil lettering. It's the sixtieth anniversary edition from Harcourt is a thing of beauty, and a perfect gift item. What could be a better present to the parents of baby boys than this universally cherished tale of a pilot stranded in the desert, who awakens one morning to see a most extraordinary little fellow? "Please," asks the stranger, "draw me a sheep." The pilot realizes that when life's events are too difficult to comprehend, there's no choice but to succumb to their mysteries. And so he does just that, pulling out pencil and paper. This wise and enchanting fable teaches the secret of what is really important in life, and it has changed the world forever for generations of readers. The new translation, sophisticated slip case and restored artwork make this a glittering addition for giving and keeping. 2003, Harcourt Inc., 88 pages, $24.95.
(PUBLISHER: Harcourt (San Diego:), PUBLISHED: 2000.)

Susan Link (The Lorgnette - Heart of Texas Reviews (Vol. 13, No. 3))
This beloved tale in its most recent translation retains all of the depth and simplicity concerning what is truly important in life. The airplane pilot and young prince from another planet form a bond while stranded in the African desert. The rhythm of their conversations and the stories about inhabitants of previously visited planets create an atmosphere of wonderment for the reader. Only as their relationship deepens does the pilot get a sense that children really do understand the great truths in life. The original illustrations have been restored and included. This is truly a classic. Grades 4 and up. 2000, Harcourt, 83p, $18.00. Ages 9 up.
(PUBLISHER: Harcourt (San Diego:), PUBLISHED: 2000.)

Gillian Engberg (Booklist, Dec. 15, 2009 (Vol. 106, No. 8))
While a pop-up edition of de Saint-Exup ry s enduring tale may initially seem like a gimmick, the resulting volume is a beautiful piece of bookmaking that actually extends the classic story. In 3-D form, the original artwork feels new, and inventive design elements, such as the fold-out windows that reveal the narrator s attempts to sketch a sheep to the Little Prince s specifications, add whimsy while focusing even more attention on the images. As with any edition of The Little Prince, the question of audience remains, but this unabridged volume offers a creative, accessible entr e to the timeless story. Grades 4-8
(PUBLISHER: HMH Books (New York N.Y.:), PUBLISHED: c2009.)

Eleanor Heldrich (Children's Literature)
The author and illustrator of this famous mid-twentieth century allegory was a World War II French airplane pilot who was shot down and killed within a year of the book s publication. This handsome edition of a much-loved book that has, since its publication in 1943, been translated into eighty different languages and read in more than 180 countries has been given added stature by the quality of this new version. The French designers have used heavy, uncoated (not shiny) paper for a book that is about 8 by 12 by 2, and printed on white, red, black, and yellow sheets. All of the illustrations which are copies of Sainte-Exupery s original drawings for the first edition have been done in ink and water colors and have been engineered to become enchanting pop-ups! The fable is told in the first person by a narrator/pilot who, after a crash landing in the Sahara Dessert, meets the Little Prince who is from another much smaller planet. As the two become friends the little prince describes his travels among other planets he has visited and the people he has met who lived there. Not surprisingly, as the story was written during war time, the qualities displayed by the occupants of the other planets include vanity, greed, power, and blindly following directions. The time covered by the book is only eight days, which is how long it takes the pilot to repair his plane, but it is enough time for the pilot to come to care deeply for the little prince. This is an outstanding book for an adolescent to take into adulthood, for an adult who knew it and loved it, or for anyone who has never known it. 2009, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, $35.00. Ages 12 up.
(PUBLISHER: HMH Books (New York N.Y.:), PUBLISHED: c2009.)

Kirkus (Kirkus Reviews, November 15, 2009 (Vol. 77, No. 22))
E]yes are blind. You have to look with the heart," says the little prince, which makes this pop-up edition of the 1943 classic a bit of an odd duck. De Saint-Exup ry's minimalist illustrations become full-color paper-engineered elements in a blown-up, two-inch-thick unabridged edition. Flaps lift, figures pop, tableaux emerge in ingenious fashion, creating a reading experience as surreal as the story. But the tension between text and image inherent in any illustrated book is exacerbated to the nth degree here, as the beguiling doodads beckon readers to race through the pages, leaving the story they're meant to illustrate behind. The contemplative fable is turned into a mere excuse for paper whimsy, the fun of making the prince turn to meet the fox overriding the wonder of the interaction. Too cool for its own good. 2009, Houghton Mifflin, 66p, $35.00. Category: Pop-up/fiction. Ages 10 up. © 2009 Kirkus Reviews/VNU eMedia, Inc. All rights reserved.
(PUBLISHER: HMH Books (New York N.Y.:), PUBLISHED: c2009.)

Publishers Weekly (Publishers Weekly)
This unabridged edition of the classic story about the prince from a tiny planet “hardly bigger than a house” integrates the original illustrations into pop-ups, wheels, and flaps. The text is gracefully balanced against the interactive elements as the Prince shares his story: flaps reveal images like the drawing of a sheep that the narrator makes for him, and delicate pop-ups feature characters he's met, like the clownlike lamp lighter. The pleasing visual effects are subtle, but add an appropriate sense of magic. Ages 9–12. (Oct.)\n"
(PUBLISHER: HMH Books (New York N.Y.:), PUBLISHED: c2009.)

Jennifer Reed (Audiofile, November 2013)
As soon as one finishes listening to this audiobook, one wants to start right back at the beginning. Narrator Viggo Mortensen treats this beloved text with care, using quiet tones to portray the Little Prince and his travels. Mortensen's narration respects the beauty of the language and the magical nature of the story. Subtle inflections let the listener know when the downed pilot is speaking and when the Little Prince is speaking, and music transports the listener between the scenes. Listening to this book allows its imagery to float into the listener's imagination as the people and places of the young prince worlds come alive. Mortensen is magical, just like the story. J.K.R. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine Unabridged. 2013 (orig. 1943), Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Two CDs, $24.99. Ages 10 up.
(PUBLISHER: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (Boston:), PUBLISHED: 2013 c2000.)

Lois Rubin Gross (Children's Literature)
It has been years since I read this classic book, and it was nice to revisit the story of the stranded pilot and the little boy who falls to earth and befriends him. This edition is sleeker in appearance than earlier editions, with a metallic black cover and a picture of the Little Prince in silhouette holding onto a flock of birds. The translation was done by Richard Howard for a 2000 edition, and there have been no additional changes. The story is told in a straightforward manner, rather than the more flowery 1953 text. The primary additions to the book are the cover art and an introduction by Gregory Maguire (Wicked) that reflects on his feelings about being asked to write the introduction. As a great fan of Maguire, I would gladly read his laundry lists for entertainment. There is a short biography of Saint-Exupery appended to the text, and a good list of discussion questions. It would appear that the main reason for the new edition is to align the book with Common Core curriculum goals. A set of essay questions is included at a RL 7.5 to RL 8.4 level, but the questions sound like Blue Book essays for a college freshman English class. Taken on its own, this book remains, as always, a lovely allegory for childhood innocence and maturation-caused changes in our perception of simple pleasures such as seeing the stars or nurturing a flower. The illustrations are reproductions of the original Saint-Exupery watercolors in all of their simplicity and innocence. This is a necessary purchase only for schools that need to meet Common Core standards, or those who somehow find themselves without another version. 2013 (orig. 2000), Houghton Mifflin Harcourt,, $9.99. Ages 11 to 15.
(PUBLISHER: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (Boston:), PUBLISHED: 2013 c2000.)

Jennifer Reed (Audiofile, November 2013)
As soon as one finishes listening to this audiobook, one wants to start right back at the beginning. Narrator Viggo Mortensen treats this beloved text with care, using quiet tones to portray the Little Prince and his travels. Mortensen's narration respects the beauty of the language and the magical nature of the story. Subtle inflections let the listener know when the downed pilot is speaking and when the Little Prince is speaking, and music transports the listener between the scenes. Listening to this book allows its imagery to float into the listener's imagination as the people and places of the young prince worlds come alive. Mortensen is magical, just like the story. J.K.R. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine Unabridged. 2013 (orig. 1943), Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Two CDs, $24.99. Ages 10 up.
(PUBLISHER: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (Boston:), PUBLISHED: [2013] c1943.)

Pam Harwood (Books for Keeps No. 71, November 1991)
A thoughtful book that has deeper meanings than the cover implies. I found myself reading and re-reading to understand the allegorical symbols. Each of the prince's magical stories seem to provoke searching questions about human behaviour on Earth. The prince's naive wisdom about his tiny planet with three volcanoes and a lone but lovely flower are hauntingly pervasive. We learn a lot about ourselves through his perceptions. A good read for older pupils who enjoy the challenge of a more complex plot. Category: Older Readers. . ...., Mammoth, 3.99. Ages 15 to adult.
(PUBLISHER: Mammoth, PUBLISHED: 1991.)

Jennifer Dowell (Audiofile, June/July 2001)
At first, Richard Gere's pause-laden, melancholic narration seems affected, but as this fable of childhood wonder and adult folly unfolds, the sad, quiet tone feels entirely appropriate. As the Little Prince, guilelessly portrayed by The Sixth Sense's Haley Joel Osment, leaves his tiny planet to journey across the universe, he encounters characters who embody greed and futility, and finally a fox who, in a brief but standout performance by Adam Frost, asks to be tamed. Gentle, contemplative music underscores the story, and by the end, the Little Prince has learned that the weightiest matters in life--bonds of friendship and responsibility--are the most intangible. Saint-Exup ry's pilot has been changed irrevocably by his encounter with the Little Prince; listeners will doubtless feel the same way. J.M.D. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine Unabridged. 2000 (orig. 1943), Pocketaudio, One CDs, $16.95. Ages 4 to adult.
(PUBLISHER: Pocketaudio ([S.l.]:), PUBLISHED: p2000.)

Jean Palmer (KLIATT Review, March 2001 (Vol. 35, No. 2))
A beautiful dramatization that grabs listeners immediately. Actor Gere masterfully narrates as the downed aviator and child actor Haley Joel Osment is the Little Prince who "tames" him and us. Miscellaneous other readers add appropriately different voices. Well paced, perfectly acted, and enjoyable for all ages. Appropriate music. My only complaint is that it is abridged, though the abridgment is tolerably well done. (5524 Saint-Patrick St., Suite 550, Montreal, PQ, H4E 1A8, Canada, 1-800-360-1377). KLIATT Codes: JSA*--Exceptional book, recommended for junior and senior high school students, advanced students, and adults. 2000, Pocketaudio, Abridged, 1 CD, approx 50 mins, Content notes, $16.95. Ages 13 to adult.
(PUBLISHER: Pocketaudio ([S.l.]:), PUBLISHED: p2000.)

Publishers Weekly (Publishers Weekly)
Young Osment (The Sixth Sense; Pay It Forward) again proves his mettle as an actor, giving voice to the Little Prince in this crisp, full-cast production of the literary classic. He approaches the role with a gentleness and sensitivity that touches the heart and never sounds maudlin. As the pilot whose plane has crashed in the Sahara, Gere plays it low-key, creating a perfect partner for Osment's interplanetary-traveling, wise-beyond-his-years prince. Gere expresses just the right mix of amusement and bewilderment as the prince interrupts the pilot's efforts to repair his plane with a request that he draw a sheep. The adept performances capture the timeless nature of Saint-Exup ry's fable about how a child sees the important things in life much more clearly than many adults do. All ages. (Dec.) FYI: Last year marked the 100th anniversary of Saint-Exup ry's birth.
(PUBLISHER: Pocketaudio ([S.l.]:), PUBLISHED: p2000.)

Lois Rubin Gross (Children's Literature)
It has been years since I read this classic book, and it was nice to revisit the story of the stranded pilot and the little boy who falls to earth and befriends him. This edition is sleeker in appearance than earlier editions, with a metallic black cover and a picture of the Little Prince in silhouette holding onto a flock of birds. The translation was done by Richard Howard for a 2000 edition, and there have been no additional changes. The story is told in a straightforward manner, rather than the more flowery 1953 text. The primary additions to the book are the cover art and an introduction by Gregory Maguire (Wicked) that reflects on his feelings about being asked to write the introduction. As a great fan of Maguire, I would gladly read his laundry lists for entertainment. There is a short biography of Saint-Exupery appended to the text, and a good list of discussion questions. It would appear that the main reason for the new edition is to align the book with Common Core curriculum goals. A set of essay questions is included at a RL 7.5 to RL 8.4 level, but the questions sound like Blue Book essays for a college freshman English class. Taken on its own, this book remains, as always, a lovely allegory for childhood innocence and maturation-caused changes in our perception of simple pleasures such as seeing the stars or nurturing a flower. The illustrations are reproductions of the original Saint-Exupery watercolors in all of their simplicity and innocence. This is a necessary purchase only for schools that need to meet Common Core standards, or those who somehow find themselves without another version. 2013 (orig. 2000), Houghton Mifflin Harcourt,, $9.99. Ages 11 to 15.
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Translation of Le petit prince.
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Translation of Le petit prince.
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PZ8.S14 Li2 1943
New York Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1943

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