Barmaley - A multimedia e-book about Barmaley, a fictional character from the famous children poem by Korney Chukovsky, a writer whose books are as famous in Russia as those by Dr. Seuss in are in the USA.
Written in 1925, this book is still among the very first books which parents read to every Russian child.
Barmaley the pirate is the antagonist of Doctor Aibolit (in various translations of into English known as Doctor Powderpill, Doctor Ouch, and Doctor Concocter). Barmaley is said to be fond of little children – for breakfast, lunch, and dinner – so small kids are not advised to go for a walk to Africa where Barmaley supposedly lives.
In spite of the warning, a boy and a girl go to Africa and are taken captive by Barmaley, but manage to break out and fight him off, with the help of animals whom Doctor Aibolit cures there. Barmaley expresses regret for his bad behaviour and promises to be good in the future.
The storyline of Barmaley is a part of the tale about Doctor Aibolit. A number of movies and animation films were created after this story in the USSR.
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