This is a children’s story about time travel. You will join the adventures of a boy named Christopher, a girl named Sophia and their friend Duke, a very friendly retriever dog. By chance, they find themselves in an hot air balloon that flies them to Fairyland where mysterious events happen. On their journey, the children will meet good and evil scientists, as well as a dubious gnome. To find their way home, they have to solve a lot of mysteries.
This story shares the different ways of measuring time, offers many amusing facts about the creatures that never get old, and provides helpful advice on how to make different types of clocks – from sundials to mechanical clocks. Above all, this story is about a true friendship.
This is a story for children from 6 to 12 years old, but their parents might find it interesting as well.
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Once, when I was 11, I walked past the library. It was a special library for adults who worked at the metallurgical plant. My father worked at this plant as well. Through the narrow window I saw shelves full of books. Usually there were no people inside. Workers rarely read. I was a smart kid, but did not read the books too.
Nevertheless the books in the Soviet Union were a rarity. You could not freely come to the store and buy them there. It is hard to believe today, but it’s true. Books have been a deficit. You could easily buy the works of Marx and Lenin, but could not reach, for example, Jack London or J. D. Salinger.
I went inside. I do not remember exactly what we talked about with the librarian. It was a middle-aged woman. As a result, she enrolled me in the library under the name of my father, went down somewhere in the basement, and brought a thick volume. It was a novel by Jules Verne ”The Mysterious Island”. I read this book avidly. A whole new world opened before me. And so ever since I came to this library and I was given more and more new books.
I grew up, graduated with honors from the University. I am currently working as an editor at the largest Russian TV channel and writing books.
If this had not happened then, perhaps I would have to be working at the plant, which today due to the economic crisis no longer exists. So the only one book changed my life. So when someone says that reading can dramatically change a person, I believe in it, because I know it from my experience.