Little Princes by Conor Grennan
One Man's Promise to Bring Home the Lost Children of Nepal

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“Funny, touching, tragic….A remarkable tale of corruption, child trafficking and civil war in a far away land—and one man’s extraordinary quest to reunite lost Nepalese children with their parents.”
—Neil White, author of In the Sanctuary of Outcasts

Little Princes is the epic story of Conor Grennan’s battle to save the lost children of Nepal and how he found himself in the process. Part Three Cups of Tea, part Into Thin Air, Grennan’s remarkable memoir is at once gripping and inspirational, and it carries us deep into an exotic world that most readers know little about.


About Conor Grennan

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Conor Grennan volunteered in Nepal at the Little Princes Children’s Home in the village of Godawari in 2004. He would eventually return to Nepal to launch Next Generation Nepal (NGN), a nonprofit organization dedicated to reconnecting trafficked children with their families in postwar Nepal. Conor is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the NYU Stern School of Business. He currently resides in Connecticut with his wife and son.
Published January 25, 2011 by HarperCollins e-books. 320 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences, Travel, Action & Adventure, Parenting & Relationships, Self Help, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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New York Journal of Books

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Little Princes by Conor Grennan is what happens when passion, talent, and a desire to change the world spill onto the page.

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BC Books

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A memoir of the author’s time as a volunteer in an orphanage, and his efforts to reunited trafficked children with their parents.

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After discovering that the children who lived at Little Princes weren’t orphans, but rather kids who were either stolen outright or donated to traffickers by parents hoping to protect them from being inducted into the Maoist rebel army, Grennan and Farid --- a friend and fellow volunteer --- vowe...

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TimeFinders Magazine

A large part of the difficulty lies in that fact that Nepal is a developing region, full of bureaucratic and political difficulties as well as the simple fact that a large part of the population outside of Kathmandu is separated by vast geographical barriers.

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