Little Princes is another word of human generosity, unbreakable promise and boundless will.
The book is named after a children's house in the outskirts of Kathmandu, Nepal. The children who inhabit the house are orphans, former victims of child traffic. This is how Conor Grennan story begins...
A twenty-nine-year-old American adventure seeker ends up as a volunteer in the Little Prince house in Nepal. His strong sense of commitment to the kids doesn't let him just take a daily care of them, but his deeds expand further more in saving more children- victims of a child traffic and slavery. This book is a real adventure for those who do not doubt generosity and
believe everything is possible even in remote Nepal as long as one has strong beliefs and genuine love.