For ones learning Esperanto , "La eta Princo" book
You can download it from google drive or just read it online :)
Also available here online: http://www.odaha.com/antoine-de-saint-exupery/maly-princ/la-eta-princo
and here in audio form on YouTube http://youtu.be/yGS_uCAAwSQ
Also available online with a built-in dictionary: http://www.libraro.net/read/antoine_de_saint_exup%C3%A9ry/la_eta_princo/
EPUB version here: https://www.epublibre.org/catalogo/index/0/nuevo/todos/sin/12 It is a Spanish site (I don’t know Spanish either) but it is easy to navigate. Just click on “La eta princo” and then on “Descargar (magnet link)”. Be sure to wait some time. It happened to me that I almost waited an hour for one torrent to finish but all the other books’ torrents all finished under one minute. If you do not know what a torrent is check out “BitTorrent” at Wikipedia.
If you click in my link you can download it for free, it is a file on googledrive anyone with the link can download it, I tried to convert it with calibre, but the problem is that they don't have esperanto characters, so they convert in a wrong way ... but cell phones read pdf files, you just need an app. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9qESZHpLQVvZGRQRDl3VzIzakk/view?usp=sharing
The new link has no protection :) https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9qESZHpLQVvZGRQRDl3VzIzakk/view?usp=sharing
I want to add that usually "eta" is smaller than "malgranda". I usually translate "malgranda" as "small", and "eta" as "tiny".
I think "eta" has become so popular because the more logical alternative "malgrandega" sounds a bit weird. Adding -eg- to make "malgranda" even smaller feels counterintuitive. Even though it's 100% correct.
So perhaps that's why eta = malgrandega.
I have it in french too if you want ... https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9qESZHpLQVvQm5KSTl1MVdBbXc/view?usp=sharing
Thank you for this. The Little Prince is my rosetta stone. I have read it in English, French and Spanish and was about to start looking for one in Esperato and... Jen ĝi! You deserve a few lingots :)