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Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

The Little Prince

Illustrated by author



To Léon Werth

I ask the indulgence of the children who may read this book for dedicating it to a grown-up. I have a serious reason: he is the best friend I have in the world. I have another reason: this grown-up understands everything, even books about children. I have a third reason: he lives in France where he is hungry and cold. He needs cheering up. If all these reasons are not enough, I will dedicate the book to the child from whom this grown-up grew. All grown-ups were once children-- although few of them remember it. And so I correct my dedication:

To Léon Werth
when he was a little boy

 
CONTENTS:

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XVI  XVII  XVIII  XIX  XX  XXI  XXII  XXIII  XXIV 

XXV  XXVI  XXVII 


 

LE PETIT PRINCE  (French)  full text
THE LITTLE PRINCE  (English)  full text
DER KLEINE PRINZ  (German)  full text, COOL!

EL PRINCIPITO  (Spanish)
 with original manuscripts,  full text

IL PICCOLO PRINCIPE  (Italian)
MALI PRINC  (Serbian)  full text
MALI PRINC  (Solvenian)

Russian  full text
KOREAN  full text
CHINESE  (BIG5)  full text

CHINESE  (BIG5)  full text,
another Chinese translation

CHINESE  (GB)  full text
A KIS HERCEG  (Hungarian)  full text
MALY PRINC  (Czech)  full text
mazasis princas  (Lithuanian)  full text
De Kleine Prins  (Dutch)
EL PETIT PRINCEP  (Catalan)  full text

Lou Pichot Prince  (Provenzal, France)
mother tongue of Saint-Exupery

O Principito  (Galego/Galician, Spain)
Printze Txikia  (Euskera/Basque)

D'r klein Prinz  (Alsatian)
A German dialect in Alsace, France

O Pequeno Principo  (Portuguese/Brazil)
Site officiel Saint Exupéry