Oleksandr Havrosh presented a book about the Transcarpathian Christmas - the first in modern literature
Today, in the Regional Library for Children and Youth, there was the presentation of a new book of famous local writer Oleksandr Havrosh - in the presence of the library staff, trainees of the Transcarpathian Institute for Postgraduate Education and students of Uzhgorod school №15.
Librarians exhaustively described the rich creative biography of Oleksandr Havrosh in which literature for children has been occupying a prominent place since the beginning of 2007. "Christmas Dog" is the seventh book for young readers, though the author is sure that in will be interesting for adults too. The story is about a Transcarpathian town, where the day after Christmas, very strange things happen to three fellow carolers. One of the heroes of the book is a dog, the dedication to which can be found at the beginning of the book. As Oleksandr Havrosh explained, the dog has a real street prototype, which once accompanied the writer on Christmas on a long way to creative workshop and deserved the right to become a fairy-tale character.
The story was illustrated by the artist from Ternopil region Lilia Vasilenko, the book was printed by Ternopil publishing house, which is one of the largest in Ukraine. The book has already been distributed to bookstores in Uzhgorod.