The collection contains 33 stories and fairy tales for children and their parents.
The National Library of the Republic hosted a presentation of a new book by Valentin Egorov, a member of the Union of Writers of Yakutia, an excellent student of public health of the Russian Federation, “A Boy from the Outskirts”. The presentation is timed to coincide with his 65th birthday, YSIA reports.
The collection “The Boy from the Outskirts” contains 33 stories and fairy tales for children and their parents. A feature of the works of Valentin Egorov is that many plots are taken from the life of the author.
“From the most difficult cases, you can always find a worthy way out – do not give up, strive forward to your dream. This is precisely the leitmotif of the works of the author, who knows life firsthand, he himself fell into similar situations, but did not give up in search of the correct resolution of conflicts. Truthfulness, unobtrusiveness, sincerity of the plots attract people to read this book,” shared the librarian of the department of cultural and educational projects and programs Nadezhda Badmazhapova.
Doctor of the highest category in anesthesiology, resuscitation and pediatrics Valentin Egorov is the author of 17 collections of poems and prose, as well as the compiler of two manuals for parents on caring for sick children. He started making art in 1991. In 2018, he became the winner of the German Fairy Tale Today competition and a laureate of the V International Kuprin Competition.
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