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Spreadshirt welcomes The Little Prince to portfolio

Ecommerce platform adds classic character to growing licensing business.

The Spreadshirt ecommerce platform is continuing to grow the licensing side of its business, welcoming classic French children’s publishing brand, The Little Prince, to its portfolio.

The self-expression ecommerce company will initially include more than 12  designs from the beloved novella by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, under licence from Euro Lizenzen.

Designs will be available on merchandise for both children and grown-ups, from t-shirts to accessories like bags and phone cases.

The collection will be available for sale via Spreadshirt Marketplace in the UK, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Italy and Spain and through Amazon and eBay.

The Little Prince is the most translated non-religious book in the world, with more than 150 million copies sold worldwide in more than 290 languages and dialects.

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