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This Bookreport Is About The Little Prince And How This Book Relates To My Mom And Me

1196 words - 5 pages

The Little Prince is my life time favorite book. Personally, I think The Little Prince is the epitome of book for both children and adults. Although this book is only one hundred pages long, I think the book has more meanings than any other books I have read thus far. My grandmother recommended me to read this book when I was only five years old. But when I was five, I could not understand why she made me read this particular book. On top of that, I thought this book was interesting only because it talked about a little prince living in a small star. Moreover, I was not one of the Grown-ups, whom the book mentioned about thus I could not understand why the author decided to write a book about a young man, who hated the lifestyle of Grown-ups and a little prince, who observed the lifestyle of Grown-ups. This book is a superbly astonishing and should be read by every single person in the world.I think this book is amazing because it attracted attention of both children and adults. When children reads this book, this book makes children to memorize certain things that makes children read this book one more time when they grow-up. I thought of recommending this book to everyone who never read this book before. And often I realize that I should have recommended this book to someone important to me. The proverb says, "It is only too late if you don't start now". Therefore, I recommend this book to my mom who probably has read this book when she was young. I truly want my mom to read this book in English because when I first read this book in English I felt something strong inside and that was different from books for entertaining only.This book is very special because this book makes a reader think not once but twice. When the boy drew the boa constrictor inside and outside, the reaction of Grown-ups was very intimidating. They told him to stop drawing and find something else to do. And the boy used his drawing to observe if the Grown-up still has a mind of youngster. And when the boy become young man, he meets little prince, and the little prince tells him to draw him a sheep. And he drew the little prince a box, telling little prince the sheep is inside of the box. This reflects what we lack in this society which is imagination. The Fox said, "One sees clearly only with the heart. Anything essential is invisible to the eyes." I think people tend to forget what is important in the society. It is surprising to see almost everyone I know has forgotten this important meaning of life. I really want my mom to get this message and live her life more liberal than right now. I understand that she wants me to be successful and she devotes her life to me; however, I think my mom needs to be little bit more relaxed and see the world with the eyes of children one more time. I think seeing the world with the eyes of children is more worthwhile then just looking at the world monotonously. Only if she could do that, I would be "ultra-super-extra-really happy"...

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