Kayla Perry's Reviews > Little Princes: One Man's Promise to Bring Home the Lost Children of Nepal

Little Princes by Conor Grennan
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Feb 17, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: memoir
Read in February, 2011

This story is moving not only because of the mission it concerns, but the heartfelt honesty with which it is recounted. The children in this novel are resilient and as Conor would say "amazing", withstanding the hardship of civil war, being uprooted from their families, and deceitfully displaced until amazing people like Sandra, Farid, and Conor came to rescue them. I could hardly put the book down as he reunited the children with their families, feeling in some way, as if I was right there with the "little princes".

It actually has inspired me to volunteer myself at their partner The Umbrella Foundation, since NGN doesn't have a Nepal-based volunteer program at this time. Any book that can evoke that kind of meaningful change in a lazy bones like me has got to be amazing!

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