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The Little Prince

The Little Prince

  

by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

The Little Prince: Symbols True or False

1. What does the Drawing Number One show? -> an elephant that's eaten a snake
2. What’s the lamplighter’s problem? -> a new day starts every minute, so he never gets rest
3. What does the narrator compare the sound of the prince’s laughter to? -> a fox that has finally been tamed
4. What drawing does the narrator show two times in the book, to make sure readers recognize what’s in it? -> the baobabs
5. What does the narrator worry about because he didn’t draw a picture of it? -> a thorn

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