Who is this book for?

This book is for anybody of any age, boy, girl, man or women who lives in any part of the world! This book is for anyone on earth because this book is about life! The common misconception of this book is it’s a children’s book. Surprise! This is a must-read for anyone who is thinking of having children. This is a must-read for anyone who has children. This is even a must-read for anyone who doesn’t want children! Crazy hey!

Why should I read this book?

In today’s world, the idea is we need money. PERIOD. Money seems to drive most of us to do the things that do. We need money to live in ease. For the essentials like food, shelter and the luxuries that we need, MONEY IS A MUST! So it’s money that drives us. Society has taught us that we live to work for money; not to have money work for us in the ways we so desperately need.

The Little Prince forces the reader to be a child, to have the perspective of the child we once were. We were all children at one time or another, no one can deny this fact. There was a time that our inner child went quiet, never to heard from again.

When reading The Little Prince, you must put yourself in the mind of a child (your inner child). Throw all that logic you were taught out the window. Stop being so realistic, because this is what society has taught you!

This is what is so magnificent about The Little Prince! This is why everybody and anybody should read this wonderfully imaginative book!

What Can I Learn from this book?

The Little Prince has a wealth of knowledge behind it! With simple pictures and child-like stories, what the reader learns can be life-changing. Grown-ups sometimes forget what it was like to be a child. This can have a very negative impact on their lives and the lives of others.

Society has been working for their money for far too long now and it has formed a tunnel vision with money at the end of it. This book will help that tunnel vision dissolve these false ideas that we all have about money. Hopefully reading The Little Prince will show that true passion will make you money. Money doesn’t make money anymore if you have no passion for it. This will be the new trend in business moving forward.

In Conclusion

When someone forgets what it’s like to be a child, we are no longer living in an equal society. Society molds our children to be who they grow up to be. It’s no longer who parents our children that is the deciding factor of what they will grow up to be and who they will be.

It’s never been as important than it is now to remember what it was like to be a child. Although it may be painful to remember our childhoods, this could be the reason why most of us have forgotten them. We learn from this pain and we can grow from it and teach others from this pain.

We live in an amazing world where our true passions and inner child will allow us to make money work for us again. This is what The Little Prince taught me, and my hope is that it will teach you too! Life will never be the same after you read The Little Prince!