The cheese holes
The cheese holes. An amusing illustrated children’s book, in which the crow is ordered to find out the secret of cheese holes. Aimed at preschool children. Translated into Armenian by children's writer Yuri Sahakyan.
Jan Brzechwa (15 August 1898 – 2 July 1966) was a Polish poet and author, known mostly for his contribution to children's literature. He was born Jan Wiktor Lesman to a Polish family of Jewish descent.
Jan Brzechwa was the writer's pseudonym. The name Brzechwa translates into 'fletching' (the tail section of an arrow). His poetry was written mostly in the melodic style of the 8-syllable accentual verse, the most popular rhythmic structure among the Polish stylistic variations.