The Planet of the Firebird

The Planet of the Firebird The Little Prince and Fox have landed on a planet devastated by fire According to the emerald miners who live in exile in a city on a floating shell the Great Destruction was the work of the Firebir

  • Title: The Planet of the Firebird
  • Author: Guillaume Dorison Julien Magnet Elyum Studio
  • ISBN: 9780822594239
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Little Prince and Fox have landed on a planet devastated by fire According to the emerald miners, who live in exile in a city on a floating shell, the Great Destruction was the work of the Firebird But, as the Little Prince says, to understand the truth, it s sometimes necessary to look beyond outward appearances

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    1 thought on “The Planet of the Firebird”

    1. I liked this one better than book one. I enjoyed the world and the underlying message more. I think this is such a good series for the age range, and I could see the real world issues reflected in the conflict. Fighting over leadership, destroying natural resourced, and letting greed get in the way of what's best/right is a pretty universal issue. I loved the connection we got to see between the Little Prince with Roses. It felt like a shout out to the original book.

    2. Read three of these today, as the girls had checked them out. And they are good for that age group. Honestly, I'd give the series 2.5 stars simply because it IS pretty good for the 8-12 age group, but not really something I enjoyed. It's decent, but it's not great.The artwork is nice though. And the stories at the end? Well, as my daughter put it "Those are just so weird." ;)

    3. With a thin mythos, the series continues to feel like an IP license spread over too thin a plot, drawn and inked by Kazu Kibuishi. It is almost like his Copper series.

    4. I am really loving the Little Prince series. It's so cute, the characters are fun (especially Fox) and the art is adorable. I also love the messages and morals the books have.

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