Alma Books Giveaway – The Little Prince

The Little Prince

Giveaway now closed et voici les résultats!  Douze points pour Rhi P and Angi Holden.  Félicitations!  Alma Books will send the books directly to you within the next few weeks…at which stage I will hopefully be gazing over the rooftops of Paris.

This year Alma Books has branched out by venturing into the realm of Children’s and YA Fiction.  Soon you will have the “pleasure”  of reading my review of  Madame Tussaud’s Apprentice, one of the frontrunners in the YA stable but, to keep you going in the meantime, I am delighted to give my UK readers the opportunity to win a copy of a new translation of The Little Prince.  Targeted at ages 7-11, this edition will appeal to dreamers of all ages…if I could I would enter!

So allons-y with le nitty gritty ( I can actually speak French, as some of you know..)


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Having crash-landed in the Sahara desert, a pilot comes across a young boy who introduces himself as the “Little Prince” and tells him the story of how he grew up on a tiny asteroid before travelling across the galaxies and coming to Earth. His encounters and discoveries, seen through childlike, innocent eyes, give rise to candid reflections on life and human nature.First published in 1943 and featuring the author’s own watercolour illustrations, The Little Prince has since become a classic philosophical fable for young and old, as well as a global publishing phenomenon, selling tens of millions of copies worldwide and being translated into dozens of languages.


“A saint in short, true to his name, flying up here at the right hand of God… And he was not the only one. He was merely the one who put it into words most beautifully and anointed himself before the altar of the right stuff.” Tom Wolfe



Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (1900–44) was a French writer and aviator, who disappeared on a reconnaissance mission during the Second World War. The author of several memoirs about flying, he is best remembered today for the novella The Little Prince.


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  1. Janice Atkinson says:

    Looks a lovely book x

  2. Janice Atkinson says:

    My favourite books were anything by Enid Blyton but especially the Mallory Towers books x

  3. Kathleen Bywaters says:

    James and the Giant Peach! Or anything by Roald Dahl really.

  4. Teresa says:

    Ah, I was a St Clare’s girl myself, Janice! That and The Chalet School were my favourite books set in schools.

  5. Cheryl H says:

    The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. As much as I enjoyed the happy ending, I loved Narnia when it was always winter!

  6. Suzanne says:

    ‘Elidor’ by local author, Alan Garner

  7. Laura Asplin says:

    My favorite childhood read was The Jolly Postman, loved the little letters!

  8. Angi Holden says:

    Pookie, the magic rabbit. Definitely for dreamers.

  9. winnie says:


  10. Sarah Griffiths says:

    Anything by Roald Dahl, particularly Matilda

  11. Rhi P says:

    The wind in the willows or the Secret Garden.. Especially if the book had beautiful pictures in ;)

  12. Elizabeth Doody says:

    The Wind in The Willows!

  13. Rebecca Sharp says:

    Mallory Towers, St Claires and all the Judy Blume books

  14. Kim Neville says:

    I liked all the the Enid blyton books especially secret seven and famous five

  15. Lynsey Buchanan says:

    The Magic Faraway Tree Books

  16. Corinne Henson says:

    My mum used to read me a lot of Beatrix Potter and my favourite was Miss Tiggy Winkle :)

  17. Kat Lucas says:

    Green eggs & ham

  18. Victoria N says:

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar – still a big hit in our household today!

  19. laura banks says:

    the secret seven

  20. Kirsty Fox says:

    It was The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.

  21. leanne weir says:

    pretty much anything by roald dahl

  22. Sarah Rees says:

    Enid Blyton books

  23. ALison Lucas says:

    The Wickedest Witch in the World – Beverly Nichols

  24. Rich Tyler says:

    Roald Dahl Books :)

  25. Laura Nice says:

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar

  26. Heather Simpson says:

    Enid Blytons naughtiest Schoolgirl

  27. Diana says:

    Alice in Wonderland :)

  28. Lindsey Jones says:

    The worst witch

  29. Barbara Handley says:

    Any Enid Blyton but particularly The Rockingdown Mystery.

  30. Emily Hutchinson says:

    Just about anything by Enid Blyton

  31. Em S says:

    Actually ‘Le Petit Prince’ in French :)

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