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..)
“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.|