During World War I Nestayko's parents were on opposite sides of the front. His father was a Sich Riflemen (of the former Austro-Hungarian army) and later a member of the Ukrainian Galician Army; his mother was a teacher of Russian literature and nurse in the Russian Imperial Army. In 1933 his father was killed by the NKVD. To escape the Holodomor famine Nestayko and his mother moved to Kiev to her sister. Nestayko lived and worked since in Kiev. In 2010 Viktor Yushchenko awarded him an order of Prince Yaroslav the Wise of fifth class.

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  • Vsevolod Nestayko (en ucraniano, Всеволод Зіновійович Нестайко; 30 de enero de 1930 – 16 agosto 2014) fue un escritor ucraniano de literatura infantil moderna. Se lo considera el escritor de literatura infantil más famoso y querido de Ucrania. (es)
  • 45xCe modèle est-il pertinent ? Cliquez pour en voir d'autres.Cet article est orphelin. Moins de trois articles lui sont liés (octobre 2015). Aidez à ajouter des liens en plaçant le code [[Vsevolod Nestayko]] dans les articles relatifs au sujet. Vsevolod Nestayko (ukrainien : Всеволод Зіновійович Нестайко, né le 30 janvier 1930 – mort le 16 août 2014) est un écrivain ukrainien spécialisé dans la littérature d'enfance et de jeunesse. En Ukraine, il est considéré comme étant l'un des meilleurs auteurs dans le domaine. (fr)
  • In Ucraina è considerato il più famoso e più conosciuto scrittore di storie per bambini del paese. (it)
  • Все́волод Зино́вьевич Нестайко (укр. Всеволод Зіновійович Нестайко; 30 января 1930, Бердичев (сейчас Бердичевский район, Житомирская область), УССР, СССР — 16 августа 2014, Киев, Украина) — советский и украинский детский писатель, классик современной украинской детской литературы. Лауреат многих литературных премий, кавалер Ордена князя Ярослава Мудрого V степени. (ru)
  • 弗謝沃洛德·納瑟高(英语:Vsevolod Nestayko,乌克兰语:Всеволод Зіновійович Нестайко,1930年1月30日-2014年8月16日)是一位烏克蘭現代兒童文學作者。他的作品深受烏克蘭人歡迎,使他本人被視為「國寶級」的作者。 (zh)
  • During World War I Nestayko's parents were on opposite sides of the front. His father was a Sich Riflemen (of the former Austro-Hungarian army) and later a member of the Ukrainian Galician Army; his mother was a teacher of Russian literature and nurse in the Russian Imperial Army. In 1933 his father was killed by the NKVD. To escape the Holodomor famine Nestayko and his mother moved to Kiev to her sister. Nestayko lived and worked since in Kiev. In 1947 he started and in 1952 Nestayko graduated from the Faculty of Philology of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. He then worked in the magazine "Dnipro", "Periwinkle" and "Youth". And from 1956 to 1987 Nestayko was the editor in charge of children's literature magazine "Rainbow". Nestayko's first book “Shurka & Shurko” was published in 1956. From then till his death circa 30 of his stories, fairy tales, novels and plays were published. His books have been translated into twenty languages throughout the world, including English, German, French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Bengali, Hungarian, Romanian, Bulgarian, and Slovak. The adaptation of Nestayko's Toreadors from Vasyukivka won a Grand-prix at the International Festival in Munich (in 1968) and the main prize in Sydney (in 1969). The Fraud ”F” adaptation was awarded at the All-Soviet-Union Film Festival in Kiev (in 1984) and at the Gabrovo Film Festival (in Bulgaria in 1985). Nestayko's works are included in school curricula in Ukraine. In 2010 Viktor Yushchenko awarded him an order of Prince Yaroslav the Wise of fifth class. (en)
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  • Vsevolod Nestayko (en ucraniano, Всеволод Зіновійович Нестайко; 30 de enero de 1930 – 16 agosto 2014) fue un escritor ucraniano de literatura infantil moderna. Se lo considera el escritor de literatura infantil más famoso y querido de Ucrania. (es)
  • 45xCe modèle est-il pertinent ? Cliquez pour en voir d'autres.Cet article est orphelin. Moins de trois articles lui sont liés (octobre 2015). Aidez à ajouter des liens en plaçant le code [[Vsevolod Nestayko]] dans les articles relatifs au sujet. Vsevolod Nestayko (ukrainien : Всеволод Зіновійович Нестайко, né le 30 janvier 1930 – mort le 16 août 2014) est un écrivain ukrainien spécialisé dans la littérature d'enfance et de jeunesse. En Ukraine, il est considéré comme étant l'un des meilleurs auteurs dans le domaine. (fr)
  • In Ucraina è considerato il più famoso e più conosciuto scrittore di storie per bambini del paese. (it)
  • Все́волод Зино́вьевич Нестайко (укр. Всеволод Зіновійович Нестайко; 30 января 1930, Бердичев (сейчас Бердичевский район, Житомирская область), УССР, СССР — 16 августа 2014, Киев, Украина) — советский и украинский детский писатель, классик современной украинской детской литературы. Лауреат многих литературных премий, кавалер Ордена князя Ярослава Мудрого V степени. (ru)
  • 弗謝沃洛德·納瑟高(英语:Vsevolod Nestayko,乌克兰语:Всеволод Зіновійович Нестайко,1930年1月30日-2014年8月16日)是一位烏克蘭現代兒童文學作者。他的作品深受烏克蘭人歡迎,使他本人被視為「國寶級」的作者。 (zh)
  • During World War I Nestayko's parents were on opposite sides of the front. His father was a Sich Riflemen (of the former Austro-Hungarian army) and later a member of the Ukrainian Galician Army; his mother was a teacher of Russian literature and nurse in the Russian Imperial Army. In 1933 his father was killed by the NKVD. To escape the Holodomor famine Nestayko and his mother moved to Kiev to her sister. Nestayko lived and worked since in Kiev. In 2010 Viktor Yushchenko awarded him an order of Prince Yaroslav the Wise of fifth class. (en)
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