Russian-Dolgan book for kids published in Taimyr

Russian-Dolgan book for kids published in Taimyr

October 25, 2021

The publication Tundra is Your Home was published with the support of PORA.

#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. The Arctic Development Project Office (PORA) supported the publication of the book Tundra is Your Home in Russian and Dolgan with a grant.

This is an art publication for children of preschool and primary school age in Russian and Dolgan languages ​​- legends about the tundra and the Arctic inhabitants, stories about a Dolgan girl Bechu and the traditions of her people, about her friend – a little reindeer, lemming Kutka and other cute heroes.

The book is intended for extracurricular reading. The author is Vera Rudinskaya, a children’s writer, Dolgan by nationality. She was born in Taimyr, in the village of Novorybnaya. She published the book at her own expense with the assistance of the PORA grant.

The stories were translated into the Dolgan language by Antonina Suzdalova and Anna Timchenko. The circulation has already been sent to kindergartens and schools in remote Taimyr villages. To download the book in electronic form is possible following the link.

Earlier, we reported that a book about the bear Aika was presented in Norilsk.

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Text: Ekaterina Maksimova, Photo: Arctic Development Project Office

October 25, 2021

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