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Thank you, Olga Verasen, for the tales! Thank you for the good that you bring to the world. For wisdom in every word! After all, even as an adult, you come across seemingly simple things, but how to explain them to a child? How to teach human values through simple language? A fairy tale in which there is kindness. Thanks for the fairy tales! — Nesterova Alesya. Environmental engineer, artist, mother of two children, Moscow, Russia


A man needs a compass in order not to go astray. Musicians and a chorus player need a tuning fork for accurate sound. What are the tales of Olga Verasen for? In order to enjoy reading. Fairy tales are beautifully written. They are spiritualized and full of kindness. This kindness is passed on to the reader. Therefore, the tales of Olga Verasen are a kind of tuning fork of kindness. These are the best tales that I know. — Castus Lapko. Scientist, educator, author of projects in the field of chemical compounds. Father, grandfather. Minsk, Belarus


Tales by Olga Verasen is a cozy corner in my heart . . . You can read and re-read them, each time marveling at the wisdom of the author while finding answers to all vital questions. Amazingly subtle, she feels everything that surrounds us. Her fairy tales are warm . . . — Valentina Ivanova. Home space organizer, a social worker. Mother, grandmother. Grodno, Belarus


It still remains a mystery to me how this fragile, sweet, open-hearted woman around the world manages to talk about such important, global, universal things in a simple, understandable and wise language! How to explain to the baby what is Good and Evil, Friendship and Fidelity, Sadness and Joy, Greed and Generosity? You will find all the answers in her book of fairy tales, traveling with her children through her pages. This journey will be remembered forever since all its roads pass through the Heart . . . — Jalilova GayaTrainer, coach, author of an intensive English learning program. Mama. Odintsovo, Russia


We really liked the tale about the Bell. My daughters 3 and 5 years old listened with pleasure. The tale is warm, kind. Teaches us to enjoy life and every day. The illustration is also very tender, enveloping with care. Thanks to Olga for such a positive story! —