The Little Prince balance bike by Kokua is the latest model in to the Kokua range . It has already attracted many parents and young cyclists. Its lacquered birch wood structure was designed and manufactured in Germany and ensures high reliability. It will follow the growth of your child thanks to the adjustable seat height (32 to 41 cm from the ground).
This special edition of The Little Prince is distinguished by its blue leathered saddle and its wooden decorated wheels.
This balance bike is suitable for children from 2 years to 5 years, measuring at least 87 cm, with a minimum inseam of 33 cm.
Shake this Little Prince on B612 snowball and let yourself be amazed by the magic of Saint-Exupéry’s character. Watch the small snowflakes surround your favourite character. An ideal decorative object for the baby’s bedroom or for your study.
Les Bouillottes de Béa invites you into the poetic and philosophical universe of Antoine de Saint EXUPERY’s PETIT PRINCE®. Known on a planetary scale, LE PETIT PRINCE® carries an image of softness and tenderness. Discover the magic of PETIT PRINCE® and discover the well-being of the heat around the exclusive collection of traditional hot-water bottles and Bouillottines® signed Les Bouillottes de Béa.
6 French films are nominated for the Oscar for the best animated film including Le Petit Prince. In total, 27 films (a record) are in competition, according to the Academy of Arts and Sciences of the cinema, which awards the prestigious statuettes.
Co-produced by the French company ON Entertainment and directed by Mark Osborne (Kung Fu Panda), Le Petit Prince, adapted from the poetic novel by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, is the biggest international success in 20 years of Hexagonal animation. He has already received the César for best animated film and was screened out of competition at the Cannes Film Festival.
The Morgan Library & Museum in New York has the original manuscript of the Little Prince, preserved from time !
Why New York, because, as everyone knows, it was in Northport (Long Island) that during his exile in 1942, the famous aviator wrote his « children’s book » that became the literary work the most translated (150 million copies, 290 translations).