Kęstutis Urba in the INTRODUCTORY discuses confrontation between translated and the national books for children which sometimes is emerged as a problem. ARTICLES section is dedicated to the anniversaries of books and / or authors. Giedrė Narbutaitė characterizes Jonathan Swift and his “Gulliver’s Travels”, Indrė Klimkaitė analyses “The Adventures of Baron Munchausen” by Bürger and Raspe. Gabija Kiaušaitė pays attention to the 80th anniversary of “The Hobbit” by Tolkien. Domininkas Burba presents research book “Ludzie i Krasnoludki” by the Polish scholars. Actress and radio announcer Bernadeta Lukošiūtė is interviewed by Kęstutis Urba in the caption READINGS OF MY CHILDHOOD. Kęstutis Urba also joys of the new publication of the classical book for children written 50 years ago by Kazys Saja. Three young literary persons Diana Gancevskaitė, Inga Mitunevičiūtė and Gabija Karpauskaitė reviews three new books. Four colleagues were invited to describe their notion of Fantasy literature in the CONVERSATION section. And Vilnius university student Artūras Dijakovskis tells about Mark Twain Museum in Virginia City, Nevada, which he visited this summer. Big friend of the magazine “Rubinaitis” and great grandfather Petras Kazickas writes, how he taught his very young grandchildren to read.