The Return of the Young Prince

Pages: 160
Subject: Fiction, Translated Fiction
Imprint: Oneworld

The Return of the Young Prince

A.G. Roemmers

Translated by Oliver Brock
A beautiful tribute to the international bestseller The Little Prince, with specially commissioned illustrations by Pietari Posti and a foreword by a member of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's family.


 
Hardback
9781780749563 (1 Sep 2016)
RRP £9.99 / US$16.99

The Book

"This book reminds us of the values we should never have abandoned: the importance of friendship, family, community and compassion - the pillars of every civilized society." Bruno d'Agay, a member of the Saint Exupéry family

A beautiful tribute to the international bestseller The Little Prince, with specially commissioned illustrations by the award-winning artist Pietari Posti.

Few stories are as widely read and as universally cherished by children and adults alike as The Little Prince. But even princes from faraway planets eventually grow up. No longer content with his tiny planet, the young prince sets off once again to explore the universe.

And so begins another remarkable journey into the secrets and joys of living a meaningful life. A charming fable for all ages, this wonderful sequel to the beloved classic overflows with love and wisdom, a true celebration of life as it should be lived in all its beauty and joy.

Additional Information

Subject Fiction, Translated Fiction
Pages 160
Imprint Oneworld

About the Author

Alejandro Guillermo Roemmers was born in Buenos Aires in 1958. A successful businessman, the publication of The Return of the Young Prince brought him international recognition as an author. He lives in Buenos Aries, Argentina.

Oliver Brock is a translator and former Online Editor at Granta. He lives in London, England.

Pietari Posti is a graphic designer and illustrator. Born in Finland, he now runs Studio Posti in Barcelona, Spain.

Reviews

'This book reminds us of the values we should never have abandoned: the importance of friendship, family, community and compassion - the pillars of every civilized society.'

- Bruno d’Agay, a member of the Saint Exupéry family