Four small booklets, translated by Dr. Thaer Zain Al-Din, written by Vladimir Suteev, included short stories for children that go to the development of cooperation and love in children and rely entirely on imagination.
The first story came under the title "The feisty cat", which the girl interviewed and drew her requirements and what she loves, indicating the things that the cat seeks until it reached its end, so she drew a dog for her to be defeated. The writer shows in his story what the cat is affected by negatively and positively so that the child is aware of this.
As for the story “The Rabbit Boat,” the child’s owner launched it into the sea and the rabbit in it. He included in his journey the bird, the duck and the frog. Then the fish came, then the boat sank, and the rabbit returned to its owner, who promised to build another boat. It is a story that seeks to know the child’s imagination in the sea and some pets.
As for the story “In the Spring”, which seeks to teach the child the difference between winter and spring through the snow statue that was a scarecrow guarding the earth, it melted in the spring, then the children replaced it with a wooden scarecrow that tells the earth from crows.
The story “The Mouse and the Pencil” came to show the writer the basics of life lived by the mouse and the role of the pencil through a fictional dialogue between him and the mouse in an interesting and expressive manner.
The stories, whose meanings were drawn by the same author, Vladimir Suteev, were similar to the contents of the meaning, skill in performance and movement of the event.
Muhammad Khaled Al-Khidr