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The count Leo Nikolayevich was a Russian novelist, essayist, playwright and philosopher who primarily wrote novels and short stories. The collection of the short stories for children was written between 1869-1872 and include 19 tales. The action of many tales happens in the scenery of village, and the characters are the peasants (“The Foundling”, “The Peasant and the Cucumbers”, “The Old Horse” and others). The stories develop themes of moral, benignity, honor and bring the homily to young readers, so Tolstoy’s creation remains popular among the children’s audience for the over one hundred years. Leo Tolstoy is one of the greatest person in the whole world literature, so the collection of the stories for children is the best opportunity to start the familiar with for young readers!

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