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Book Report - The Little Prince.After I read The Little Prince, I realise that so many things in the world we cannot just look on the surface, it is the fox who teaches the Prince to see with one's heart instead of just with one's eyes.

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Introduction

THE WRITER, AN AIRPLANE PILOT, crashes in the Sahara desert. The crash badly damages his plane and leaves the writer with very little food or water. When the writer is worrying the plane ,he is approached by the little boy, the little prince. He asks the writer to draw him a sheep and the two become friends. After a few conversation with the prince, the writer knows that why the Prince left his small planet Asteroid B-612and where he visited before coming to Earth. ...read more.

Middle

On the eighth day in the desert, writer knows more about the prince and loves him more;unfortunately, a snake that the prince,who lie noiselessly on the desret, met before bit him.The writer was so sad to hear this news but he cannot find the prince's body on the next day After I read 'The Little Prince', I realise that so many things in the world we cannot just look on the surface, it is the fox who teaches the Prince to see with one's heart instead of just with one's eyes.In ...read more.

Conclusion

Besids that , this book also remind me that the power, fame and wealth are not the most important things in the world . However, most of us spent the whole life to search those things and we lost the most beautful things - love and friendship . We just like the the railway switchman that the prince met , When we grown up , the heart of childhood will leave us and never back. And this book can help us to find our heart of child, also lead us to escape the false world that we live. ...read more.

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