Pick Of The Day (Tomorrow Edition): The Little Prince

Written by French author Antoine de Saint-Exupery in 1943, The Little Prince is apparently the most read and translated book in the French Language. An aviator himself, Saint-Exupery drew on his experience in writing the tale, which sees a pilot stranded in the desert encounter a prince who has fallen to Earth from an asteroid. Ostensibly a children’s book, The Little Prince  does offers some reasonably sophisticated insights on the nature of human existence. 

Feb. 26-28 at 7:30 p.m. Do It With Class Young People’s Theatre will be presenting their interpretation of Saint-Exupery’s whimsical tale at Shumiatcher Hall at Conexus Arts Centre. Tickets range between $10.75-$29.50 and can be obtained by calling 525-9999.

To close, here’s a video for a pop-up version of the novella that Houghton Mifflin Harcourt published awhile back:

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