The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery

The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery
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  • Please... draw me a sheep...
  • There had to be a crash landing on the Sahara Desert by the narrator and that night, he had to sleep there. At daybreak he was awakened by a funny little voice demanding him to draw a sheep,
  • The little prince lived on a very small planet that was no bigger than a house. He had to pull up the little baobab plants up before they took over the entire planet. The baobabs were very big when fully grown so, he had to get rid of them before they got big enough to destroy his planet.
  • One day on the Little Prince's planet, a seed came to the planet and sprouted. It was different from all the other sprouts that the Little Prince had seen. Soon the sprout grew enough to where it blossomed. It was a rose and was very beautiful but also very vain. That made the Little Prince very annoyed with her.
  • The Little Prince ran away from his planet and visited 7 different planets where he met 6 different grown-ups. On the first planet there was a king, the 2nd a vain man, the 3rd a drunkard, the 4th a businessman, the 5th a lamplighter, the 6th a geographer, and the 7th planet was earth, home to many, many people.
  • When the Little Prince landed on Earth, he was surprised that he did not see any people and was worried that he was on the wrong planet. But he found a snake that told him that there were no people in the desert. The snake also told him that if he ever became homesick that he had a way to send people back to where they came from. The Little Prince understood.
  • The Little Prince went in search of some people. He climbed a high mountain and thought that he would be able to see the whole planet from there but all he saw were rocky peaks.
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