Hot Best Seller

The Little Prince (Graphic Novel)

Availability: Ready to download

จากวรรณกรรมอมตะของอองตวน เดอ แซงต์-เตกซูเปรี เจ้าชายน้อย ผู้มีผมสีทองและผูกผ้าพันคอไสวกลับมาเยือนโลกวรรณกรรมอีกครั้ง คราวนี้ในรูปแบบการ์ตูนด้วยการสร้างสรรค์ของโจอันน์ สฟารฺ นักวาดการ์ตูนรุ่นใหม่ไฟแรงของฝรั่งเศส เจ้าชายน้อย ฉบับการ์ตูน มีลีลาแปลกใหม่และมีลายเส้นแปลกตา อันเป็นเรื่องธรรมดาของการสร้างสรรค์ผลงานศิลปะที่ศิลปินจะสอดแทรกและแสดงความเป็นตัวของตัวเองไว้อย่างเด่นชัด แต จากวรรณกรรมอมตะของอองตวน เดอ แซงต์-เตกซูเปรี เจ้าชายน้อย ผู้มีผมสีทองและผูกผ้าพันคอไสวกลับมาเยือนโลกวรรณกรรมอีกครั้ง คราวนี้ในรูปแบบการ์ตูนด้วยการสร้างสรรค์ของโจอันน์ สฟารฺ นักวาดการ์ตูนรุ่นใหม่ไฟแรงของฝรั่งเศส เจ้าชายน้อย ฉบับการ์ตูน มีลีลาแปลกใหม่และมีลายเส้นแปลกตา อันเป็นเรื่องธรรมดาของการสร้างสรรค์ผลงานศิลปะที่ศิลปินจะสอดแทรกและแสดงความเป็นตัวของตัวเองไว้อย่างเด่นชัด แต่การถ่ายทอดเรื่องราวโดยพยายามรักษาเนื้อหาและการดำเนินเรื่องตามต้นฉบับของสฟารฺทำให้กำมะหยี่เชื่อมั่นว่า ทันทีที่ได้รู้จัก ผู้อ่านที่เคยติดใจเรื่องราวแฝงปรัชญาของ เจ้าชายน้อย และหลงรักภาพประกอบลงสีน้ำใสๆของผู้แต่งเมื่อหลายสิบปีก่อน จะยอมรับและรักเจ้าชายน้อยของสฟารฺได้อย่างสนิทใจ เพราะ "สิ่งที่สำคัญไม่อาจมองเห็นได้ด้วยดวงตา" เรื่องย่อ: ติดตามการเดินทางของเจ้าชายน้อย เจ้าชายจากดาวดวงเล็กซึ่งมีภูเขาไฟลูกเล็กๆไม่กี่ลูกและดอกกุหลาบผู้แสนเย่อหยิ่งจนทำให้เจ้าชายน้อยสับสนในความสัมพันธ์ เขาออกจากดาวของตนเพื่อเสาะหาความหมายของมิตรภาพ เจ้าชายน้อยได้พบคนมากมาย ทั้งชายขี้เมา นักธุรกิจ พระราชา ชายหลงตัว นักภูมิศาสตร์ และคนจุดโคม แต่ไม่ได้คำตอบ ในที่สุด เจ้าชายน้อยก็มาถึงดาวโลก เขาได้พบสุนัขจิ้งจอกและดอกกุหลาบมากมายที่เหมือนกุหลาบบนดาวของเขา ซึ่งทำให้เขาสับสนหนักขึ้น แต่ด้วยการขอให้เจ้าชายน้อย ?ทำให้เชื่อง? สุนัขจิ้งจอกได้สอนให้เจ้าชายน้อยรู้จักความหมายของมิตรภาพที่เขาเฝ้าค้นหา และก่อนที่จะจากโลกนี้ไป ความช่างคิดและความรักที่เขามีต่อดอกกุหลาบบนดาวของเขาก็ทำให้นักบินคนหนึ่งที่เครื่องบินตกกลางทะเลทรายและได้พบเจ้าชายน้อยโดยบังเอิญ ได้สัมผัสมิตรภาพจากเจ้าชายองค์นี้และนำมาบอกเล่าให้เราได้รู้


Compare

จากวรรณกรรมอมตะของอองตวน เดอ แซงต์-เตกซูเปรี เจ้าชายน้อย ผู้มีผมสีทองและผูกผ้าพันคอไสวกลับมาเยือนโลกวรรณกรรมอีกครั้ง คราวนี้ในรูปแบบการ์ตูนด้วยการสร้างสรรค์ของโจอันน์ สฟารฺ นักวาดการ์ตูนรุ่นใหม่ไฟแรงของฝรั่งเศส เจ้าชายน้อย ฉบับการ์ตูน มีลีลาแปลกใหม่และมีลายเส้นแปลกตา อันเป็นเรื่องธรรมดาของการสร้างสรรค์ผลงานศิลปะที่ศิลปินจะสอดแทรกและแสดงความเป็นตัวของตัวเองไว้อย่างเด่นชัด แต จากวรรณกรรมอมตะของอองตวน เดอ แซงต์-เตกซูเปรี เจ้าชายน้อย ผู้มีผมสีทองและผูกผ้าพันคอไสวกลับมาเยือนโลกวรรณกรรมอีกครั้ง คราวนี้ในรูปแบบการ์ตูนด้วยการสร้างสรรค์ของโจอันน์ สฟารฺ นักวาดการ์ตูนรุ่นใหม่ไฟแรงของฝรั่งเศส เจ้าชายน้อย ฉบับการ์ตูน มีลีลาแปลกใหม่และมีลายเส้นแปลกตา อันเป็นเรื่องธรรมดาของการสร้างสรรค์ผลงานศิลปะที่ศิลปินจะสอดแทรกและแสดงความเป็นตัวของตัวเองไว้อย่างเด่นชัด แต่การถ่ายทอดเรื่องราวโดยพยายามรักษาเนื้อหาและการดำเนินเรื่องตามต้นฉบับของสฟารฺทำให้กำมะหยี่เชื่อมั่นว่า ทันทีที่ได้รู้จัก ผู้อ่านที่เคยติดใจเรื่องราวแฝงปรัชญาของ เจ้าชายน้อย และหลงรักภาพประกอบลงสีน้ำใสๆของผู้แต่งเมื่อหลายสิบปีก่อน จะยอมรับและรักเจ้าชายน้อยของสฟารฺได้อย่างสนิทใจ เพราะ "สิ่งที่สำคัญไม่อาจมองเห็นได้ด้วยดวงตา" เรื่องย่อ: ติดตามการเดินทางของเจ้าชายน้อย เจ้าชายจากดาวดวงเล็กซึ่งมีภูเขาไฟลูกเล็กๆไม่กี่ลูกและดอกกุหลาบผู้แสนเย่อหยิ่งจนทำให้เจ้าชายน้อยสับสนในความสัมพันธ์ เขาออกจากดาวของตนเพื่อเสาะหาความหมายของมิตรภาพ เจ้าชายน้อยได้พบคนมากมาย ทั้งชายขี้เมา นักธุรกิจ พระราชา ชายหลงตัว นักภูมิศาสตร์ และคนจุดโคม แต่ไม่ได้คำตอบ ในที่สุด เจ้าชายน้อยก็มาถึงดาวโลก เขาได้พบสุนัขจิ้งจอกและดอกกุหลาบมากมายที่เหมือนกุหลาบบนดาวของเขา ซึ่งทำให้เขาสับสนหนักขึ้น แต่ด้วยการขอให้เจ้าชายน้อย ?ทำให้เชื่อง? สุนัขจิ้งจอกได้สอนให้เจ้าชายน้อยรู้จักความหมายของมิตรภาพที่เขาเฝ้าค้นหา และก่อนที่จะจากโลกนี้ไป ความช่างคิดและความรักที่เขามีต่อดอกกุหลาบบนดาวของเขาก็ทำให้นักบินคนหนึ่งที่เครื่องบินตกกลางทะเลทรายและได้พบเจ้าชายน้อยโดยบังเอิญ ได้สัมผัสมิตรภาพจากเจ้าชายองค์นี้และนำมาบอกเล่าให้เราได้รู้

30 review for The Little Prince (Graphic Novel)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mariah Roze

    This was cute. The beginning was a little confusing and I only knew what was going on because I had read the original book. I love reading classic novels, then reading their graphic novel :) I started that tradition and that is what happened in this situation. I actually preferred the classic or the graphic in this case.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nnedi

    hmm. this one was...weird. i think i liked it...i'm not sure...i dunno...gimme a few weeks to mull it over. hmm. this one was...weird. i think i liked it...i'm not sure...i dunno...gimme a few weeks to mull it over.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Calista

    I love 'The Little Prince by Antonie de SAint-Exupery. This is the graphic novel version of the story and for some reason something is lost instead of being added to the story. The story does not work as well. I'm an disappointed in this story. I loved reading the book, loved it and something isn't quite working here. Shame. I love 'The Little Prince by Antonie de SAint-Exupery. This is the graphic novel version of the story and for some reason something is lost instead of being added to the story. The story does not work as well. I'm an disappointed in this story. I loved reading the book, loved it and something isn't quite working here. Shame.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ciye Cho

    [Notes: mild spoilers regarding the original... and Sfar's interpretations of the characters] "The Little Prince" is one of my favorite books, so I was thrilled to discover a graphic novel adaptation. Joann Sfar's version of Saint-Exupery's timeless work is both familiar yet curiously different. Right from the first page, Sfar is unafraid to mix things up. In the original book, Saint-Exupery begins by explaining his childhood drawings of snakes; Sfar, however, starts his graphic novel with a conve [Notes: mild spoilers regarding the original... and Sfar's interpretations of the characters] "The Little Prince" is one of my favorite books, so I was thrilled to discover a graphic novel adaptation. Joann Sfar's version of Saint-Exupery's timeless work is both familiar yet curiously different. Right from the first page, Sfar is unafraid to mix things up. In the original book, Saint-Exupery begins by explaining his childhood drawings of snakes; Sfar, however, starts his graphic novel with a conversation between Saint-Exupery and a yellow boa. This is one example of the creative liberties that Sfar has taken in order to construct his adaptation. I personally found his reinvention to be really interesting, but I imagine some die-hard Little Prince fans might be a little weirded out by the changes (for example, there's a scene where the Rose is seen using a telephone. Who exactly is she calling?). However, I believe that much of the reworking had more to do with the medium of the graphic novel--than anything else. Summarized bits from the original (such as "On the third day, the Little Prince told me..." etc) had to be expanded upon. The illustrations are gorgeous. Sfar's line-work imparts a real sense of motion. The scenes in the tallgrass are hypnotizing, and you can almost feel the swaying of the grasses. There were some unusual re-envisionings of characters though: the King has a snout, much like a star-nosed mole (real animal. Google it!) and the Businessman looks like an alien inside a giant space ship. But beyond that, I loved the fact that Sfar gave the Rose more of a human appearance. I think the reason why these illustrations work so well is the fact that they have the same child-like whimsy as Saint-Exupery's original drawings. They're so different in style... and yet so similar in essence. All in all, I was pleased to finally read this graphic novel. It's not what I expected, but I think it captures the Little Prince's incredible mix of naivety and wisdom. So if you haven't read the original book, read that first, and then check out the graphic novel. 4/5 stars P.S: Isn't it weird seeing Antoine de Saint-Exupery as a graphic novel character? P.P.S: "The Little Prince" graphic novel was produced with the blessing of Saint-Exupery's family.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Dave Schaafsma

    I liked the original, and think this version actual undermines the quality of the original in certain ways, but the art is good, from a fine artist, and it helps me recall the original…. would send a young person to the original, not this comic version, though, as with Hope Larson's Wrinkle in Time. They are entitled to their own versions, just as filmmakers are of versions of books and short stories, but with classic tales, hmm, I see a pattern forming here in my taste and opinion about these c I liked the original, and think this version actual undermines the quality of the original in certain ways, but the art is good, from a fine artist, and it helps me recall the original…. would send a young person to the original, not this comic version, though, as with Hope Larson's Wrinkle in Time. They are entitled to their own versions, just as filmmakers are of versions of books and short stories, but with classic tales, hmm, I see a pattern forming here in my taste and opinion about these comics of classics… but no, Gareth Hinds' version of Beowulf is great, there are others that work. Not so much added here for me, though.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kathrina

    I guess my heart is made of wood these days -- almost everyone seems to love this book, but I think the evidence is misleading. You'll probably only read this if you're already a fan of that precious little prince. We've been asked to read this for our Resources for Young Adults class, and I cannot envision a young adult that would be drawn to this. This is for grown-up fans of the original, perhaps folks that first read it in French. I'm willing to be challenged on that claim, but for now...Thi I guess my heart is made of wood these days -- almost everyone seems to love this book, but I think the evidence is misleading. You'll probably only read this if you're already a fan of that precious little prince. We've been asked to read this for our Resources for Young Adults class, and I cannot envision a young adult that would be drawn to this. This is for grown-up fans of the original, perhaps folks that first read it in French. I'm willing to be challenged on that claim, but for now...This book needs a patient and thoughtful reader; it's not sparkly or visceral. It also needs a reader with a healthy tolerance for precocious narrators and grand moralizing. There are some bits I like -- how we value what we tame, how what is "serious" depends on our perspective, but overall, the voice is too affected for my taste.

  7. 4 out of 5

    David Shelton

    I completely love this book! I read the original book Le Petit Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry in French in my high-school French class, and fell in love with the author's charming self-illustrations, and its philosophy and what it has to say about relationships. Having said that, this graphic novel, which I found in my local library while searching for something else, at first troubled me--I thought it would mess with the charm or messages of the original--but I was pulled inside by the cover I completely love this book! I read the original book Le Petit Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry in French in my high-school French class, and fell in love with the author's charming self-illustrations, and its philosophy and what it has to say about relationships. Having said that, this graphic novel, which I found in my local library while searching for something else, at first troubled me--I thought it would mess with the charm or messages of the original--but I was pulled inside by the cover illustration by Joann Sfar: while completely different from monsieur de Saint-Exupéry's style, he completely captures the feel of the characters...And don't worry, every word of the original is in here, with no alterations! (I read, and bought, the English version; it was originally drawn/adapted by Mr. Sfar in French.) Here is what I love about this edition [caution, spoiler alert!](view spoiler)[I was brought near to tears by the ending of the original book--it is a very wrenching thing to see the little Prince's end--but in graphic novel form, the scenes of the little Prince walking up over the dune and then that flash of yellow at his ankle...oh my...it was all I could do not to sob aloud in the library, and tears flowed freely... (hide spoiler)] That is the power of this graphic novel.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Spaghettitoes

    CRYING! CRYING AT A BUS STATION!!! That's pretty much all I need to say right? I loved this story, it was so delightful and so right for children. The author really has a fabulous way of talking to children without being condescending and creates this lovely little world where you can think like that and it's okay. The ending, oh I was sobbing at a London bus stop at 6am but it's really good too. I then took it the rest of the trip to my 7 year old nephew. I warned him about the sad bit (getting CRYING! CRYING AT A BUS STATION!!! That's pretty much all I need to say right? I loved this story, it was so delightful and so right for children. The author really has a fabulous way of talking to children without being condescending and creates this lovely little world where you can think like that and it's okay. The ending, oh I was sobbing at a London bus stop at 6am but it's really good too. I then took it the rest of the trip to my 7 year old nephew. I warned him about the sad bit (getting a bit choked up as I read it out to him when he asked for an explanation) but told him it was a good story and he read it. The stars - sometimes you can hear them laughing, sometimes they make you cry. Just...exactly this.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Aditya

    The witty dialogues about human idiosyncrasies make me think that this book is meant for adults. But then, children are oftentimes wiser; the Little Prince would agree. This graphic novel version has also been nicely drawn. The original text is on my to-read list now!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Bruna Yukari

    It is beautiful, it is perfect, but if you say that "you become responsible, for ever, for what you have tamed." I'll punch you in the eye. It is beautiful, it is perfect, but if you say that "you become responsible, for ever, for what you have tamed." I'll punch you in the eye.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mia Bakhthiar

    I believe it did not do the book justice, and it was a bit difficult to follow, but the illustrations were fascinating!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Trang Hà

    Suggestions to read audiobooks on Youtube or Spotify for busy people

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kris

    Let me be clear that this review is for the graphic novel, and not for the original The Little Prince book, which is one of my favorites. This adaptation was a disappointment. It was confusing and missed many of the main points and charm of the original book. The art was not really my favorite. The little prince kind of looked like Stewie Griffin. So, read the original.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Annie Petkova

    A stunning masterpiece of how when you listen to the child within you will find the answers to all your existential questions.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rehan Abd Jamil

    Confused..

  16. 5 out of 5

    Corinne Edwards

    As a child, I was addicted to this bizarre movie of a small boy from another planet. Our Little Prince befriends a pilot whose plane has broken down in the desert. The pilot, while once very frustrated with the unimaginative-ness of adults, finds himself acting like an adult when confronted with the naivete of the Little Prince. The Little Prince has left his tiny planet and its inhabitants to travel the universe, trying to learn about whatever is out there and, in the process, discovers many of As a child, I was addicted to this bizarre movie of a small boy from another planet. Our Little Prince befriends a pilot whose plane has broken down in the desert. The pilot, while once very frustrated with the unimaginative-ness of adults, finds himself acting like an adult when confronted with the naivete of the Little Prince. The Little Prince has left his tiny planet and its inhabitants to travel the universe, trying to learn about whatever is out there and, in the process, discovers many of the not-so-lovely parts of humanity: our tendency to want to rule over others, our tendency to not see the forest for the trees, our tendency to want to OWN whatever we see. But he also finds out what it means to MEAN something to someone, and how it feels when that someone is taken from us. I love how he puts into words the idea that once we have loved someone, or someone loves us - we are no longer the same. And, suddenly, all the other people in the world are also different, because they are not that person. My favorite quote? You can only see clearly with the heart. What matters is invisible to the eye. It's philosophical yet childish at the same time. I like it for its timelessness and for my image of Gene Wilder as the fox, in my favorite scene. The drawings in this adaptation didn't mesh well with my own image of the story, but beyond that, I did like the adaption of the text and the closeup drawings at the end actually did make me feel teary for a moment. That's impressive.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Steph

    When you love a story, it's a joy to visit it through other mediums. So the ever-popular The Little Prince is an obvious choice for a graphic adaptation. I really enjoyed Sfar's version, but I'm repulsed by his choice to personify the little prince's vain flower as a thin, busty woman with a telephone in hand. Isn't it bad enough for the flower to be gendered at all? Does it really need to have all these 'feminine traits'?? That kind of threw off my experience; but otherwise I think this is a de When you love a story, it's a joy to visit it through other mediums. So the ever-popular The Little Prince is an obvious choice for a graphic adaptation. I really enjoyed Sfar's version, but I'm repulsed by his choice to personify the little prince's vain flower as a thin, busty woman with a telephone in hand. Isn't it bad enough for the flower to be gendered at all? Does it really need to have all these 'feminine traits'?? That kind of threw off my experience; but otherwise I think this is a decent adaptation. Evocative art, beautiful colors. It packs almost the same emotional punch as the original. Almost. And, if you're interested in different tellings of this story, I highly recommend Starbot. It's a short freeware game (takes less than an hour to play), it's inspired by The Little Prince, and it has amazing music and art and emo vibes.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Damon

    It is actually painful for me to rate this book so low. I absolutely love both Sfar and the original of The Little Prince. It's just... sad that the combination of the two fell short of how great I was imaging this would be. Using an oddly-edited version of the text, the story reads in a weirdly choppy way, at points almost seeming like pages are missing (I looked back and checked the page numbers more than once), and Sfar's illustration work is fine, but it doesn't seem to capture the... delica It is actually painful for me to rate this book so low. I absolutely love both Sfar and the original of The Little Prince. It's just... sad that the combination of the two fell short of how great I was imaging this would be. Using an oddly-edited version of the text, the story reads in a weirdly choppy way, at points almost seeming like pages are missing (I looked back and checked the page numbers more than once), and Sfar's illustration work is fine, but it doesn't seem to capture the... delicacy of the story and the characters. The final result seems like something that wouldn't really grab readers new to either the work or the artist, and that's a shame.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    It has been years since I read the original, and I know this one varies from it but am not clear on how much at this point. Honestly, it's hard for me talk about this in comparison to the original because even though I love it, I don't have a clear memory of it. That said, this is just as poignant and moving as I remember the original to be. There are so many beautiful lines, and truths, in this book. As a graphic novel, it is well laid out and easy to read, and the illustrations, I think, add t It has been years since I read the original, and I know this one varies from it but am not clear on how much at this point. Honestly, it's hard for me talk about this in comparison to the original because even though I love it, I don't have a clear memory of it. That said, this is just as poignant and moving as I remember the original to be. There are so many beautiful lines, and truths, in this book. As a graphic novel, it is well laid out and easy to read, and the illustrations, I think, add to the story.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Lars Guthrie

    Joann Sfar has been in the news recently because of his new movie about Serge Gainsbourg. The film sounds intriguing, and I hope it sends more people to Sfar's prodigious and excellent comic book catalog. To his credit, Sfar insists on calling them comic books, dismissing the highbrow 'graphic novel' as a term for adults who might be embarrassed in the bookstore. Sfar writes superb comic books for adults and children, and his adaptation of 'The Little Prince' is no exception. Joann Sfar has been in the news recently because of his new movie about Serge Gainsbourg. The film sounds intriguing, and I hope it sends more people to Sfar's prodigious and excellent comic book catalog. To his credit, Sfar insists on calling them comic books, dismissing the highbrow 'graphic novel' as a term for adults who might be embarrassed in the bookstore. Sfar writes superb comic books for adults and children, and his adaptation of 'The Little Prince' is no exception.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Amal Masle

    ahh that was refreshing. I absolutely love the original novel so I had to check out the graphic novel adaption. The illustrations! I was pretty iffy with the style initially but later then I come to appreciate how Joanne Sfar completely captured the characters, the scenery, the FEEEEELS and how it didn't alter the charms of the original book. I loveoloveloveleol the little prince and I am beyond excited for the film adaptation. ahh that was refreshing. I absolutely love the original novel so I had to check out the graphic novel adaption. The illustrations! I was pretty iffy with the style initially but later then I come to appreciate how Joanne Sfar completely captured the characters, the scenery, the FEEEEELS and how it didn't alter the charms of the original book. I loveoloveloveleol the little prince and I am beyond excited for the film adaptation.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Alexis Barth

    I loved both this version and the other version of "The Little Prince." There is some differences on how both authors portray the artwork. Not a big deal. Both get the point across. This version kinda of goes more in depth compared to the other in my opinion. So if you get confused, this version may answer your questions. This version is also a bit humorous compared to the other. In the end it's a beautiful version! Well done! I loved both this version and the other version of "The Little Prince." There is some differences on how both authors portray the artwork. Not a big deal. Both get the point across. This version kinda of goes more in depth compared to the other in my opinion. So if you get confused, this version may answer your questions. This version is also a bit humorous compared to the other. In the end it's a beautiful version! Well done!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    Beautiful art. I never read the children's book, but Sfar crafts a curious and engaging tale of youthful imagination and wonder and responsibilities. It's sad and beautiful, and full of whimsical, oddball encounters, and well worth a look. Beautiful art. I never read the children's book, but Sfar crafts a curious and engaging tale of youthful imagination and wonder and responsibilities. It's sad and beautiful, and full of whimsical, oddball encounters, and well worth a look.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ely

    I don't know what it was, but this just didn't hold the same magic for me as the original. I don't know what it was, but this just didn't hold the same magic for me as the original.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Firoz Kathrada

    Book of profound and timeless wisdom.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sahar Ayachi

    Simply my all time favourite book that I plan to read and re-read in all the languages I know.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Olivia Simmonds

    "You can only see clearly with the heart. What matters is invisible to the eye." I completed this book in French earlier this month. Even reading it in English can be quite confusing at times. Is the Little Prince part of the man's consciousness or is he a magical boy from a planet with 3 volcanoes and a rose on it? It's charming and is very anti-grown-up, which I think is interesting as it is making a point about imagination after childhood. This is a nice addition as it is in a graphic novel st "You can only see clearly with the heart. What matters is invisible to the eye." I completed this book in French earlier this month. Even reading it in English can be quite confusing at times. Is the Little Prince part of the man's consciousness or is he a magical boy from a planet with 3 volcanoes and a rose on it? It's charming and is very anti-grown-up, which I think is interesting as it is making a point about imagination after childhood. This is a nice addition as it is in a graphic novel style.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Nourhan Elsabbagh

    " One sees clearly only with the heart. Any thing essential is invisible to the eyes" - Antoine de saint-Exupéry : The little prince. This little novel is one of invisible beauty in the grown-up world. I saw the movie first, this a beautiful friend recommended the novel for further beauty. I read it with my heart, I cried the departure of the little prince. I wish he is okay, with his flower, shining there on his planet. I look everyday up the sky, and I can see stars smiling ♥️ " One sees clearly only with the heart. Any thing essential is invisible to the eyes" - Antoine de saint-Exupéry : The little prince. This little novel is one of invisible beauty in the grown-up world. I saw the movie first, this a beautiful friend recommended the novel for further beauty. I read it with my heart, I cried the departure of the little prince. I wish he is okay, with his flower, shining there on his planet. I look everyday up the sky, and I can see stars smiling ♥️

  29. 5 out of 5

    Bethany :)

    This was actually a pretty good book. I don't see myself reading the original, but I'm glad I read this! The story was definitely interesting, but honestly kind of boring.... I can't imagine the original would hold my attention. The illustrations aren't the best I've seen in a graphic novel, but they were fine I guess. Overall good, but definitely not amazing! Don't get me wrong though, it's surly a cute and sweet read! This was actually a pretty good book. I don't see myself reading the original, but I'm glad I read this! The story was definitely interesting, but honestly kind of boring.... I can't imagine the original would hold my attention. The illustrations aren't the best I've seen in a graphic novel, but they were fine I guess. Overall good, but definitely not amazing! Don't get me wrong though, it's surly a cute and sweet read!

  30. 5 out of 5

    ZaraS *book reviewer

    This is the second time I’ve read this (in the English translation) and I don’t remember it being as good as it was this time around. It’s a really sweet story about discovering the world, how ‘weird’ adults are, and discovering where your place in it is. It’s a classic French story loved by many since its publication in the ‘40s. It’s such a good story that it really needs to be experienced to fully appreciate its timelessness and why its so popular wherever it’s read. The Little Prince would ce This is the second time I’ve read this (in the English translation) and I don’t remember it being as good as it was this time around. It’s a really sweet story about discovering the world, how ‘weird’ adults are, and discovering where your place in it is. It’s a classic French story loved by many since its publication in the ‘40s. It’s such a good story that it really needs to be experienced to fully appreciate its timelessness and why its so popular wherever it’s read. The Little Prince would certainly be a great addition to anyone’s personal library.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...