Fairy Tales: The First Seven
“If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be even more intelligent, read them more fairy tales!“
– Albert Einstein
Reading fairy tales improves concentration and memory, encourages the development of the mind, imagination, and critical thinking, establishes empathy and self-awareness, develops language skills, and all this significantly reflects in achievements in school and life in general. At the time when education was oral and within the immediate community, fairy tales were created for these reasons. They have always been an indispensable part of children's education and growing up, and each new time brought new fairy tales.
Now it’s time to become acquainted with the first seven Fairy Tales by Uroš Petrović.
Aleksandar Zolotić: “When I was doing illustrations for a Disney book, it was nowhere near as demanding! When do you think I'll manage to illustrate all of this for you?”
Uroš Petrović: “Finish the illustrations whenever you want, butI want thunder and lightning!”
Aleksandar Zolotić (to himself): “Yeah…right. It's thundering and flashing lightning in your head ...”
And he was right.
Check it out for yourself!
Illustrated by Aleksandar Zolotić