Paris in July 2022: Day 3

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Paris in July 2022
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Day 3

I believe Le Petit Prince is the French book the most translated in the world.
We could start a debate here about it as a children’s book. But that would be too long.
Instead, here is a really good audio recording of it.
So if you are learning French, it is a nice tool to read and listen to it at the same time.

Here is the first chapter:

And here is the link to the playlist, with all the chapters.

HAVE YOU READ THIS BOOK?
DID YOU LIKE IT? WHY OR WHY NOT?

14 thoughts on “Paris in July 2022: Day 3

  1. It’s ages since I’ve read this: I wasn’t much more than a child. But this YouTube rendition brought back old memories. I think I’ll follow it up and listen to the lot!

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  2. Certainly a beautiful and worthwhile story.
    I wrote a humorous piece for the June WEP prompt.
    And I have my favorite book world narrowed down for the IWSG July prompt.
    “One benefit of summer was that each day we had more light to read by.”- Jeannette Walls, The Glass Castle
    Over at Operation Awesome, our Pass or Pages query contest opens Monday with July’s family saga genre. Know any writers who might want to enter?

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