The Little Prince - Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Irene Testot-Ferry

This looks like a book meant for children, right? But is it really?

They say that The Little Prince has to be read at least three times in a lifetime--when you are a kid, when you 'grow up' and when you are old. Only by doing so, one would be able to fully experience and understand this book. Children would find the story of the traveling little prince intriguing and funny. Grown-ups would find it bitter-sweet, but doesn't truth always hurt? And elders? I don't know yet, but someday I will.

The Little Prince is a little book that requires a big place in your heart. A place that you can fill with the simple truths and emotions the author wanted to share.

To me this is not a children's book. This is a book for humans