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THE ANTOINE DE SAINT-EXUPéRY COLLECTION by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

THE ANTOINE DE SAINT-EXUPéRY COLLECTION

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In 1943, the French aviation pioneer and writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry illustrated and published a short book that would become one of the most cherished and beloved, not just of the 20th century, but of all time. That book was The Little Prince, a lyrically allegorical tale that takes us to the Sahara Desert, where a pilot has crash-landed and must repair his plane. One day he finds a young boy standing in front of him; the boy asks him, simply, to draw a picture of a sheep. Thus begins a beguiling tale of love and friendship, of courage and fortitude, one which has touched the lives of millions around the world.

The Little Prince is so well-loved that we’re afraid it overshadows Saint-Exupéry’s other works—books that profoundly explore a number of important themes and life lessons. QPB is proud to present you with an exclusive edition bringing together The Little Prince with Airman’s Odyssey, a trilogy of the author’s lesser-known but beautifully rendered writings. A novel (Night Flight) is followed by two memoirs that unforgettably evoke the romance and brutal reality of the early age of flying (Wind, Sand, and Stars and Flight to Arras).

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