The beloved classic “The Little Prince” has returned to Paris after 75 years. French author Antoine de Saint-Exupery wrote the book in New York and now 30 handwritten pages of the original copy are on display at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris. Hundreds of other items from different parts of the author’s life and work are part of the exhibit. They include watercolors, sketches, drawings, photographs, poems, newspaper clippings, and letters.”The exhibition is called ‘An Encounter with the Little Prince’ and the goal is to really encounter Little Prince,” Thomas Rivière, great-grandnephew of Saint-Exupery, told a news agency. The story has sold more than 200 million copies around the world. It tells the story of a child, who visits various planets in space and learns life lesson,s and makes friendships along the way. It has been translated into nearly 500 languages, since it was first published, based on the Museum of Decorative Arts, making it one of the most translated works in the world. Rivière spent three years planning to bring the exhibition to the public. The exhibition is open to visitors until June 26.