Each embossed drawing is accompanied by a commentary on the image and excerpts from the original work (English / French / English Braille / French Braille).

The box does not contain the complete text of The Little Prince.

Price: €138






Preview presentation of the future box on the 709 airbase of Cognac for the 70th anniversary of the date Antoine de Saint-Exupéry was shot down.


Gala for the official launch on 5 December 2014 at Hôtel Montalembert, Paris VII


Launch of embossed drawings from The Little Prince on 8 December 2014 in Nice, on France 3 Television



"Le Petit Prince Dans le Noir" Exhibition from 6 to 20 June 2015 in Singapore:


Donation of the book by FASEJ to the Singapore National Library on 18 December 2015


Television report and Interview by Nicolas Delsalle at the midday news programme (12/13) on France 3 Television Paris-Île-de-France on 15 January 2016


From 2 May to 18 September, for the celebration of 130 years of cooperation between France and South Korea, and in partnership with the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Youth Foundation, Gyeonggi Provincial Museum hosted an exhibition on The Little  Prince.


On 30 May 2017, an evening was organised at Éditions Gallimard in honour of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry by FASEJ and Mont Blanc-Photographies-Nicolas Delsalle



On Sunday 16 October 2016, Bertrand Piccard, Patron of the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Youth Foundation, co-developer and co-pilot of ‘Solar Impulse’ on which he has just flown around the world, received from Lieutenant Colonel Hervé de Saint-Exupéry, a copy of The Little Prince (Éditions Claude Garrandès-Association Arrimage), on behalf of the Foundation: a great source of pride for our association

On behalf of the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Foundation for Youth, Nicolas Delsalle gave Thomas Pesquet a copy of The Little Prince ― Édition Claude Garrandès-Association Arrimage. This art book, also accessible to blind and visually impaired persons, presents 23 so far unpublished embossed renderings of the watercolours by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry illustrating the most widely read literary work in the world. What could be more natural than a meeting between two travellers in the stars! (original video by Manon Charles)



Copyright: Estate of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry; Éditions Gallimard; Éditions Claude Garrandès