The Little Prince The Planet of the Rose from Ncircle Entertainment with an MSRP of $7.99. Follow the Little Prince, a beloved hero for all generations, as he experiences brand-new adventures with iconic characters such as The Businessman, The King, The Geographer, and more all based on the masterpiece by Antoine de St. Exupery. The Little Prince believes he has succeeded in getting rid of the snake once and for all after a deadly battle. He can now finally find the Rose’s planet for his dear Rose. With the help of some friends like that Geographer and new friends like Louis, the Little Prince and Rose must leave B612 for good in order to find the planet of the Rose. When the Little Prince, Louis, and Rose reached the planet of the Rose, strange crabs live on the surface and are hardly hospitable.
There is no trace of vegetation and no trace of the Rose people. Convinced they have reached the wrong planet, but Little Prince is ready to leave when they find some of the Rose people. However, the Rose people are asleep. How can they bring them back to life? As the Little Prince and Rose try to wake up the Rose people it seems there isn’t there only problem on the planet. The new friend, Louis, is and who he appears to be in might not be a friend after all.
My Opinion: Based on the book series, it has a ring of positivity to it. The Little Prince is an incredibly good and popular book series and a wonderfully animated film series. The analogy associated with Rose, the Fox and the Snake may be lost on the youngest viewers. However, school age children will benefit from an increased imaginative mindset and the good vs. evil theme.
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