This exclusive Le Petit Prince Collector’s Box opens to reveal a notebook and undated planner together with a special collector’s statuette designed to celebrate the book’s 80th anniversary. Both the planner and notebook feature words and drawings from Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s classic and much-loved tale.
The black cover of the ruled notebook has delicate gold graphics and a quote from the story in the original French, taken from the moment when the narrator first meets the Little Prince and is asked to sketch a sheep: “S'il vous plaît… dessine-moi un mouton”. This simple exchange says much about the power of the imagination and gently reminds us to hang onto creative thinking as we leave childhood behind.
The light grey cover of the undated planner shows the same evocative words and illustrations. The pages of this 12-Month Weekly Planner are laid out in the same way as the Classic Weekly Notebook Planner, except that the months and dates are left blank for you to complete. Undated means that you can begin planning whenever you want and don’t have to wait for the start of the year. Inside, there are twelve monthly sections, each one with five undated weeks. The planner includes month stickers to personalise the month divider pages, which each show a different illustration by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
Both the notebook and planner come with sheets of stickers to personalise your notes and plans, including some with captivating quotes and illustrations from the book. The pages of each are made from 100g/m² ivory-coloured paper – the perfect blank canvas to dive into your own imagination through the written word. A black elastic secures your notes, while a bookmark ribbon marks your place, and an expandable back pocket is perfect for storing inspiration gathered on the move.
Last but not least, alongside the planner and notebook, this special box also contains an exclusive collector’s statuette – a premium quality decorative figurine for true fans.
This celebratory set comes in a reusable gift box. Join us as we mark 80 years since the first publication of Le Petit Prince by taking up pen and paper and finding out what your imagination can do.