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The Little Prince Quotes (48 quotes)
The Little Prince the little prince befriends the fox
The Little Prince
Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Join Goodreads. Quotes tagged as "the-little-prince" Showing of You have to look with the heart. They buy things all ready made at the shops. But there is no shop anywhere where one can buy friendship, and so men have no friends any more.
48 quotes have been tagged as the-little-prince: Antoine de Saint-Exupéry: 'And now here is “One only understands the things that one tames,” said the fox.
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I have compiled my top 10 quotes from Antoine De Saint-Exupery's 'The Little Prince', and explained why I think they are essential to live an honorable and meaningful life. This book changed my life; I hope it changes yours. This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Learn more or post your buzz! When you start to see some negative traits in a person you need to work on changing them as soon as possible. Obviously you don't destroy the person, but you must try and destroy the unpleasant trait before it gets out of hand, and takes over one's personality.
The author of this book is Antoine de Saint-Exupery, an writer, poet, and illustrator. He also famous as legendary pioneer aviator and french aristocrat. Nowadays, this book has been translated into more than languages and sold over million copies in this planet. Antoine de Saint-Exupery is not only the writer of Little Prince, he also designing the cover of this book and adding all water color illustrations. By reading this book, you are not only joining with over million people in the world who has read this book. I assuming that most book sold are read by at least 2 people, but also experience the journey of mix children and adult literacy at the same time. The author also won several literacy award connecting to this book, including US National Book Award in
Lizzie had seen it tumble from the tree in the park, and they had all watched its mother chatter angrily without coming down to save it. He sighed. He opened his hands a little, and the squirrel cowered down into his palms. It crawled around the rags, blind and uncoordinated and all alone. The children watched the squirrel, and George Barnes watched his children, puffing on his pipe with a distant look in his dark eyes. They worked in silence, one large man and a scrap of a boy, George sending Jamie to the sink with the untouched saucer, wrapping up the squirrel and then bundling up his son for a walk through the midnight chill.