Employees of the capital's libraries recommended reading books to children in self-isolation. In particular, they offered to recall the classics of Scandinavian literature for children and look into picture books, reports the portal of the mayor and the government of Moscow.
So, parents with kids are advised to study a picture book by graphic artist Pyotr Bagin called "In the Forest". The illustrations in it will interest not only children, but also adults. The book is very informative - with its help kids can tell about the seasons and the inhabitants of the forest.
Also, librarians recommend the book "About the kid who could count to ten" by Alpha Preisen for children's reading. Together with the heroes of the work, the child will be able to learn the numbers from 1 to 10, and also begin to learn the ordinal count.
For older children, it is recommended to choose "Stories by Lucy Sinitsyna, a third-grade student". It was written by Irina Pivovarova. This book is ideal for elementary school students as it describes all the situations that concern children of this age. On the pages, readers will find stories of friendship, quarrels, as well as first love.
In addition, Selma Lagerlef's The Wonderful Journey of Niels with Wild Geese will be interesting to read. The hero of the work is a boy named Niels, who does not like to study and always builds various intrigues. However, one day the brownie decides to teach him a lesson and reduces the boy to the size of small animals, which he previously offended.
Also, librarians have prepared a list of books for teenagers. Among them was Stanislav Olefir's work "When I was little, we had a war." Despite the complexity of the topic, the book will be instructive and useful to read.
There is also fantasy on this list - "Northern Lights" by Philip Pullman. The book intertwines magic and science, fantasy and ordinary human experiences.
Earlier, books for reading at home were recommended to Muscovites. So, in particular, Muscovites were offered to re-read works familiar from school. For example, the stories of Konstantin Paustovsky. The residents of the capital were asked to pay special attention to the timeless classics.