Tue 10 September 2019 | 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Gedera St - Gedera St, Tel Aviv,
Join us for a light dedicated to the timeless novel The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
Our evening will start at the Kerem House Book Club, where we will meet and discuss the book.
Follow Book Club, will be dinner and a screening of the movie.
WHEN: September 10th
SCHEDULE: 18:30 Doors Open
19:00 – 20:30 – Book club
20:30 – 21:15 – Dinner
21:15 – Screening of The Little Prince
WHERE: Kerem House, Gedera 18 Tel Aviv
TICKETS: Book Club and the screening are free. Dinner requires a ticket. All require sign up.
More about Kerem House Book Club
The book club is for book lovers from all over to meet and discuss a thought-provoking piece of literature. This month, we will be touching upon some of the timeless themes and characters of Saint-Exupéry’s most famous work.
The Little Prince, French Le Petit Prince, fable and modern classic by French aviator and writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry that was published with his own illustrations in French as Le Petit Prince in 1943. The simple tale tells the story of a child, the little prince, who travels the universe gaining wisdom. The novella has been translated into hundreds of languages and has sold some 200 million copies worldwide, making it one of the best-selling books in publishing history.
Kerem House book club events will always be created with at least three weeks before each meeting to ensure participants have enough time to read/review that month’s title. Guests are expected to bring a copy of their book. Attendance will be limited to 15-20 people so please only click confirming if you have read, and want to discuss, The Little Prince.
For those who are seeking a copy, please contact James privately.
About the Host:
James Spiro is a London native and book enthusiast. A graduate of the University of Bedfordshire with a degree in journalism, James is happy to bring his eye for literature to books that arouse passion and discussion.
About the Kerem House:
Kerem House is a community center run by, and for, the Tel Aviv community. The Kerem House hosts shabbat meals, lectures, open mics, classes, meet-ups, and much more. The space is also available for rent for private events. The Kerem House dream is to encourage entrepreneurship and leadership from Tel Avivians to run the events they feel would enrich themselves and their community.
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