Muscovites on vacations prefer to take from the libraries the novel “Shpakovsky’s Hat” and the collection of stories “Horse with the Pink Mane”, the city administration website reported.
According to the curator of IT projects in the field of culture and business, Sergey Shakryl, this summer, Moscow residents who use a single library card, prefer the works of Russian authors. It is noted that the adult audience most often took the book by Andrey Volos “Shpakovsky’s Hat”. For two months, this novel interested almost half a thousand residents. The works “Moscow Speaking” by Alexander Kondrashov and “Bellona” by Boris Akunin also became popular. It is specified that Moscow schoolchildren mostly read Viktor Astafiev‘s collection of stories “Horse with the Pink Mane”, which was taken 668 times, as well as “Notes of a Hunter” by Ivan Turgenev, and “A Horsey Name” by Anton Chekhov.