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Wasn’t Hannibal supposed to retire on the day Manuel disappeared? He’s an evil being who seeks to destroy planets. Hannibal is in great danger-along with your whole world. Only you can save him, Marieke. Very well. Let’s go! 37 Yes... what’s the connection? Oh no! What happened? The whole railway system has gone crazy! At least both drivers are safe . . It’s the Snake! . but our troubles are only beginning. Hey, isn’t that the school train? It’s about to collide with another train! We have to stop it--at any cost!
It was when he was twelve years old, during his summer break from boarding school, that airplanes and flying first made a huge impression on him. In 1920, he was accepted into the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris to study architecture, but the next year he joined the Second Aviation Regiment of the armed forces and received his pilot’s license. In 1922, he had his first plane crash and suffered a head fracture. He had to leave the armed forces and work at different jobs on the ground to earn a living.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Aviator • Author • Adventurer • Hero Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, author of the novel The Little Prince on which these new adventures are based, was born on June 29, 1900, in Lyon, France. He was the third of five children: Marie-Madeleine, Simone, Antoine, François, and Gabrielle. It was when he was twelve years old, during his summer break from boarding school, that airplanes and flying first made a huge impression on him. In 1920, he was accepted into the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris to study architecture, but the next year he joined the Second Aviation Regiment of the armed forces and received his pilot’s license.