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Three new gift box sets contain thematically connected items held in a keepsake box, bound and wrapped by the elastic closure, a classic Moleskine notebook feature. A Prussian blue box holds 6 Large Ruled Volant Notebooks depicting images from the French novella, Le Petit Prince, as well as 3 postcards and 3 sets of stickers. Store mementos in the vibrant blue box featuring white script in the style of book’s logo and secured by an elastic band. The set includes: Prussian blue memory box with quote from Le Petit Prince; 6 Volant Notebooks with Petit Prince artwork on the cover: 3 Large Ruled Orange Yellow, 3 Large Ruled Prussian Blue; 3 sets of Petit Prince stickers; 3 Petit Prince postcards; Volant Notebook features include: 96 ruled pages; acid-free paper; last 16 sheets detachable; 13 x 21 cm.
The book, which took two years to translate, is called « Pirinsi Wawa » in the South American indigenous language.
The beloved classic novel by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, « The Little Prince, » pays homage to the indigenous peoples of South America, but has only now been translated into the Aymaran language, spoken by more than 2 million people in Bolivia, Peru and Chile.
The name of the 95-page Aymara edition is “Pirinsipi Wawa” and it was published by the Argentine editor Javier Meras and translated by Roger Gonzalo, a Peruvian professor of Aymara and Quechua.
« I took me two years to translate this universal novel, » Gonzalo told the Associated Press. “In the case of words that are culturally different, like bridge or golf, I did no translation but highlighted in italics and explained in a footnote in Aymara what they mean. »
Bolivian President Evo Morales, who is an Aymara native, has promoted the preservation of the indigenous language, which classified as « vulnerable » by the UNESCO Interactive Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger.
Last year a group of volunteers in Bolivia announced they were working on translating a version of Facebook into the indigenous language
« The Little Prince »—or « Pirinsipi Wawa »—is the fourth most-translated book in the world, now available in more than 250 languages and dialects, as well as Braille. Nearly two million copies sell every year, with over 140 million copies sold worldwide.
The most famous tricky puzzle for children !
With this Rubik’s Cube The Little Prince, your child could train his logic, patience and perserverance.
Our Licencee Little Star launches a new collection of their kid’s clothes! Enjoy this first photoshoot with the clothes preview !
Discover all the magic of Le Petit Prince in a high-end dedicated store.
In the heart of Paris, in an exceptional location, le Petit Prince Store Paris is the must-go « rendez-vous » for all Little Prince admirers.
Visit the Little Prince planet in a unique experience, and enjoy more than 600 licensed products to offer your friends and family (or to spoil yourself) !
Le Petit Prince Store Paris
8 rue Grégoire de Tours
From Monday to Sunday, 11AM to 7PM.
Metro Odeon (L6/10) Metro Mabillon (L10)
Mail : email@example.com
From June 1 to July 2, 2016 at 14:30 and then from July 6 to August 27 LUCERNAIRE
After hundreds of performances in Paris, in France and abroad, including Moscow, Casablanca, Geneva and Dubai, The Little Prince returns to Paris at the Théâtre Le Lucernaire, National Center of Art and test, 53 rue -Dame-des-Champs.
Adapted and directed by Virgil Tanase, author of the biography of Saint-Exupéry published in the Folio Editions Gallimard and the chapter on the myth of La Belle histoire du Petit Prince, published in the same edition, the show, that the press calls « poetic » and « exciting » is addressed, as was the author, children’s reach parents. It welcomes the first by its magical side and moved to tears « big people » which he recalls that « the essential is invisible to the eye » and a rose is unique in the world because we love it.
This high-end figurine by Fariboles will be available soon !
Find it on our online store, or our Le Petit Prince store in Paris and Carcassone !
On Fridays, fans of The Little Prince express their talent with Fan Art Friday!
Send us your creations via our facebook page, we’ll publish them here!
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