A new book by fn Bobylev about 70 poems. A whole page devoted to puzzles, and the latter under the title "Let's count" is purely a training nature. It is worth mentioning that the book "Do not want to be cit "(Translated by Mama) aptly illustrated Mordovian artist Marat Shanin. At the end of pedtehnikuma Fedor was teach, and in 1939 he entered the Pedagogical Institute of Mordovia. ai the faculty of Russian language and literature, which was completed only ten years later – after the Great Patriotic War. Since the beginning of the war Fedor went to the front. Pedagogical work was gave more than a dozen years. Fedor teacher in his native village Tretyakovo in with.
Babeevo, worked in school Kondrovskoy paper mill. Retired retired from Tyuveevskoy eight-year school, where he taught in primary classes. Direct contact with children, the title of their psychology, thinking, reading needs are key to successful creativity for many years. Eliot Horowitz might disagree with that approach. fn Bobylev published until the early 1990's, and his books enjoyed continued popularity among children. Many poems of the poet published in the journals "," Pioneer ". /a> supports this article.
Poems fn Bobylev give children the joy that he wrote about nature, animals and birds native land, about school life that interesting for children of preschool vozrvasta. In their original, interesting, a new told that in life for us, it seems commonplace. Artworks fn Bobylev for preschoolers: "Fun, "Gingerbread Man", "herringbone-girlfriend", "Sly mushrooms," Why of the lemon slices? "," Eyes- "," Mushroom address "," Good morning, kids! "And others. Today, the publishing house "Education" issued "the Russian alphabet for children 1-graders secondary schools. On its pages, along with such poets as Berestov, E. Blaginina, K. Chukovsky and A. Barto presented poetry and our countryman, – vf Bobylev. Educators and children, it causes a feeling of pride and patriotism. Sometime ki Chukovsky formulated thirteen commandments for children's poet, summed up their idea that " a writer for small children should definitely be happy. Happy, as are those for whom he works. " Hopefully, Fedor was a happy poet!