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: Tale is printed in English, large print, and lots of bright colorful color pictures. The tale will be interesting for children of all ages, and the youngest, 2 years old, and the younger children and even secondary school age. "The Tale of the Golden Cockerel" - a fairy tale by Alexander Pushkin; the last of the written works of the great Russian poet of this kind. The tale was written in 1834. King Dadon, whose possessions are periodically exposed to unexpected attacks of enemies, with the promise to fulfill any desire, receives from sage-astrologer golden cockerel, which is then regularly reports the approach of the enemy. Since the old man for a long time did not remind about themselves and demanded nothing in return, Dadon settled down and already forgot about this oath. However, when the king was going to get married, met the unearthly beauty of the damsel, Shamahanskaya queen, there was a wise man, and demanded her as his payment. The desire to have the queen of the king's word was stronger. No matter how trying to buy off the king of the old man, he was relentless in his desire, and in the hearts of Dadon kill him. Survive the sage, he is not much - gold guard turns from an ally in retaliation weapon.