The imaginary world of a child is a world of fairy tales, adventures, incredible stories. So he grows up and goes through important life stages. The key to this world, no matter what language the child speaks, is the book. It influences moral ideals, forming its values. Using examples of situations in which the heroes of books fall, the child learns to understand what good and evil, friendship and betrayal, sympathy are.

With its help, he will be able to find answers to his questions, to know the world and himself, to experience the stories of heroes, to fantasize the development of further events of a particular work.

Reading children’s books is important because it can have a positive impact on a child’s lifelong creativity and academic success.


The kid is growing, which means that every day more and more new experiences await him, he actively explores the world and makes many discoveries. He receives more and more various information necessary for him for further correct physical, mental and mental development. Children receive new knowledge from the people around them, primarily from their parents, as well as from books.


As adults, we sometimes hate routine, but this is not the case with children. For them, repetition of events = safety. It is important to introduce habits and rituals into the family as early as possible. An excellent ritual is the joint reading of books.

Create a cozy space, hug under a blanket, turn on the warm light and read your favorite books. Remember Ole Lukoe, who opens his colored umbrella over the heads of the children and tells them fairy tales. There is such an Ole-Lukoe in every parent;)

At any age of a child, reading with a child is healing. While the baby is small, he finds himself in the familiar atmosphere of the comfort of his mother’s belly with the melodic sound of the voice and the warmth of the human body. And he joins the living figurative word.