Book Review: The Little Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Though ostensibly a children’s book, The Little Prince makes several profound and idealistic observations about life and human nature. After reading the book, write a 2-3 page reaction to the concepts and images contained within the story. In particular, by sure to discuss: I. the various lessons the Little Prince learns from the desert fox. 2. the volcanoes on the Prince’s home plant. 3. the rose. 4, the six adults the Prince encounters on the asteroids. 5. the snake. 6. implications of the story for your personal understanding of child development. The paper itself should be: 2-3 typed pages in length (not including any cover page, reference page(s) or appendices) well organized including an introduction, a body and a conclusion Single or 1 line spacing maximum Maximum 1″ margin on top, bottom and sides of each page Maximum 11 or 12 pt in Arial or Times New Roman font
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