Important People in Little Princes: One Man's Promise to Bring Home the Lost Children of Nepal

Conor Grennan
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Conor Grennan

Conor Grennan is the narrator of the book, telling about his experiences. He comes from a childhood of comfort. His parents are professors at Vassar College in New York. They have a vacation home that they let him live in. He is the first to admit that he is ill-prepared to take care of a house full of orphans in a third world country.

He worked for 8 years at the EastWest Institute trying to affect humanitarian policy issues in foreign countries. He left in 2004 to travel the world and volunteer in Nepal. This turns out to be a life-changing experience for him.

While many people travel the world to find themselves, Grennan did not expect it to happen to him. He expected that he would return with some great stories to impress women at the bars back in his home town. He expected to take the...

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