Alexander Pushkin. Fairy tales in pictures for kids
Pushkin did not write his fairy tales for children, but they have long been classics of children's literature. The uniqueness of this publication is that it is prepared taking into account the peculiarities of children's perception: the text is divided into small fragments and each of them is illustrated. This helps the child not only to better perceive what they have heard, assimilate, and remember, but also makes reading together interesting and entertaining. The book includes "The tale of the fisherman and the fish", "The tale of the priest and his worker Balda", "The tale of the Golden Cockerel", as well as an excerpt from the poem "Ruslan and Lyudmila" "at Lukomorya green oak...". Great illustrations by Natalia Demidova.
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