Reviews for Little Prince

Horn Book Guide Reviews 2000 Fall
An updated translation and a generous (though still cozy) trim size distinguish this new edition of a classic child's perspective on the adult world, with beloved original--and now restored--illustrations.",,"05I",, Copyright 2000 Horn Book Guide Reviews

Horn Book Guide Reviews 2003 Fall
Howard's updated translation (originally published in 2000) of the 1943 classic is reissued here in a sixtieth-anniversary slipcased edition.",,"Intermediate Fiction",,,,,,,,,,,23315,,,, Copyright 2003 Horn Book Guide Reviews

School Library Journal Reviews 2000 September
YA-This new translation into "modern" English brings a classic tale into sharper focus for today's teens without sacrificing the beauty and simplicity of the author's writing, and the "restored" artwork has all the charm of the original drawings. What appears to be a simple tale of two lost souls-one, a pilot marooned in the desert next to his ditched plane; the other, a minuscule prince in self-imposed exile from an asteroid so small that he can watch the sunset 44 times a day-reveals itself as something far more complex. What appears to be a fairy tale for children opens like the petals of the Little Prince's flower into a fantasy that has lessons for all of us.-Molly Connally, Kings Park Library, Fairfax County, VA Copyright 2000 Cahners Business Information.