"There was a kingdom ruled by the wise king Suleiman-bin-Daoud, and he had his beautiful and intelligent wife Baltis, and 999 wives more, who always quarreled with each other. The governor was the wisest one, and he had a magic ring, but even he needed help. Assistance in need was provided by butterflies and his wife Baltis. And it was the butterfly that stamped that taught him the wisest thing. This is a fairy tale both for adults and for children, it must be read in the family circle, because that way it was written by Rudyard Kipling. It teaches listening to butterflies, and how a husband and wife should behave in the event of a quarrel. And who, after reading it, will remain indifferent to the butterflies that not only fly, but also can stamp?"
Translated from English by: Volodymyr ChernyshenkoIn Ukrainian
Illustrations: Volodymyr Shtanko
Type of the edition: premium, colored, hard cover
Format: 218x290 mm
Number of pages: 32