MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
January 25, 2022, 07:03
The “Listen and Hear a Child” collection includes books that will help you look at the world through children’s eyes. Works from the literary list “A friend in need will not leave!” teach children to trust and help each other.
The Library of Moscow service has two collections of books for adults and children. First devoted to growing up and education. Psychologists, teachers, Russian and foreign writers share their experience and recommendations. In second selection included fiction for children and teenagers that teaches friendship.
“The collections of books in the Library of Moscow service are regularly updated. It presents fiction and scientific literature, collected works of famous Russian and foreign authors, books for extracurricular reading, teaching aids and much more. Readers will also find here books on psychology, political science, and medicine. They can be booked online in a few clicks: the service will tell you in which of the libraries the edition you like is available,” the press service said.
V selection “Listen and hear the child” includes 30 publications addressed to parents. The books Bury Me Behind the Plinth by Pavel Sanaev, Heavenly Postman Fedya Bulkin by Alexandra Nikolaenko, Extra Children by Masha Traub, The House Where… by Mariam Petrosyan, The Book Thief by Markus Zusak will help adults look at the world through the eyes of children and to understand how children learn to live, what they dream about and what they are afraid of.
One of the books in the selection is the work of the Swedish writer Fredrik Backman “What my son should know about the structure of this world.” Turning to his little son, the author talks about a variety of things – from football and computer games to the concepts of good and evil, and also shares his experience of fatherhood with the reader.
In the selection you can find the book of the world-famous specialist in the field of parent-child relations Adele Faber “How to talk so that children will listen and how to listen so children will talk.” This is a simple but humorous guide on how to communicate with your child to convey your thoughts and feelings.
Another book is The Rules of Parents by the English writer Richard Templar. It will help you test yourself and learn more about how to be good parents.
Selection “A friend in need will not leave!” includes 30 children’s books. They will tell you how important it is to be able to trust, share and help each other.
So, the fairy tale “The Brothers of the Lionheart” by the Swedish writer Astrid Lindgren tells the story of two brothers and their journey to a magical land.
The selection also includes “Tales of Friendship and Love” by Anatoly Aleksin. Young heroes for the first time face adult problems, learn to understand others and themselves, to be strong and worthy people.
In addition, the selection includes the novel “Two Captains” by Veniamin Kaverin, the story “The Lone Sail Turns White” by Valentin Kataev, the novel “Listen to My Heart” by Bianca Pitzorno, the story “Emil and the Detectives” by Erich Kestner.
Service “Libraries of Moscow” launched in April last year. This is an online showcase where all the books of the city’s reading rooms are collected. An interactive map will help you see which library has the right edition. To book books, you will need a single library card and a standard mos.ru account.
The order will be collected within three days, after which the user will have three more days to pick up the books. Books are issued for up to 30 days, but rare copies may be asked to be returned earlier.
You can get a single library card at any city library or online.
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