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Le Petit Prince store in Paris

Le Petit Prince Paris (by Julia Fortuin)

Image by Julia Fortuin

Without knowing it I have been brought up with quite a few French children’s books, and as an adult I realise that they were some of my very favourites. The Babar series are a classic, and another one is Le Petit Prince by Antoine de Saint Exupéry. I was therefore as happy as a child when I found out there’s actually a fan store entirely dedicated to the world of this book, opened only a few weeks ago.

Actually, the shop relocated from a residential area (on the corner from where I live and I never knew!) to the central area of Saint Germain des Prés, where it is much more likely to be discovered by tourists. Nonetheless, the shop is managed with style and organised by the Fondation d’Antoine de Saint Exupéry that aims to improve children’s lives globally. So the ideas of the famous children’s book are indeed commercialized, but idealism has not completely lost its way.

My favourite item in the shop is without any doubt the fluffy fox. Although marketed for children I would absolutely have bought one if it weren’t for my tiny Parisian apartment. (There is a king size version that you can caress in store, too.)

Obviously you can also buy copies of the famous book, as well as other related and unrelated books. Interesting for adults too are the stationery products, as a little notebook with the little prince in one’s bag adds a glimpse of poetry to one’s daily life, no?

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Le Petit Prince | Shopping | For a fox € 25
8 Rue Grégoire de Tours | +33986467409
11:00 – 19:00 daily

Fan Art Friday #139

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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Abraham Villarreal

A-c Salvi

A-c Salvi

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Adri Nuñez

Alynne FerreiraVoir le profil

Alynne Ferreira

Charly SandyVoir le profil

Charly Sandy

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Eduardo Viana Rodrigues

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Eu Méndez Altuzar

George XsVoir le profil

George Xs

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l’association SIMU DI LUMIU

Lollies or Candy‎

Lollies or Candy‎

Miki MatsuoVoir le profil

Miki Matsuo

Nallely Guadalupe Ramirez Magallanes

Nallely Guadalupe Ramirez Magallanes

Ronald MoraVoir le profil

Ronald Mora

Satoko AkitaVoir le profil

Satoko Akita

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Setenay Küçükemiroğlu

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Tereza Vokáčová

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Vanessa Tsang

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Vicky Ntontou

The Little Prince Box Tandem Medal

The perfect present to share between mother and child !

This beautiful box tandem medal The Little Prince is composed by 2 medals: one medal with the Little Prince’s portrait and one openwork medal. You can assemble the two medals in order to make one and symbolise the union with your child.

Le Petit Prince coffret duo médaille de cou

Find it on the online store !

The Little Prince room in Guaruja

In Brazil,  Sofitel Guaruja have been decorated with the Little Prince!


Olivier d’Agay, director of the Saint-Exupéry estate, came to visit the premises. You can enjoy this Little Prince apartment too, as part of the offer « Family »!






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Fan Art Friday #137

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!


Belinda SinVoir le profil

Belinda Sin

Carlos SosaVoir le profil

Carlos Sosa

IME Villa Marie Louise de Montereau Fault Yonne

IME Villa Marie Louise de Montereau Fault Yonne

KaLee SuenVoir le profil

KaLee Suen

Megan Tan

Megan Tan

Noemi Ascenzi‎

Noemi Ascenzi‎

Sunayana Nair Kanjila

Sunayana Nair Kanjila

Vicky Ntontou

Vicky Ntontou


The Little Prince by Fariboles, step by step

This year, the Little Prince got a new figurine, by Fariboles. Their work is gorgeous. See it on their website !


And here is the creative process, step by step !












The figurine is available here !

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The Little Prince gift box by Moleskine


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.


See it on Moleskine’s website !

Pirinsipi wawa !

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.

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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 Little Prince Rubiks Cube !

The most famous tricky puzzle for children !

With this Rubik’s Cube The Little Prince, your child could train his logic, patience and perserverance. 


Rubik's Cube Le Petit Prince

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