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Bookshops – BookXcess Online

Amcorp Mall 

L3-60, Amcorp Mall
18 Persiaran Barat, off Jalan, Lorong Timur,
46050 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia
Tel: 03-79560455
Email: [email protected] com
Operating Hours: 11am – 8pm (Monday to Sunday)

2 – 14, 2 – 22, 2nd Floor, Fahrenheit 88 Mall,
Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur,
Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: 03-21106996
Email: [email protected]
Operating Hours: 11am – 8pm (Monday to Thursday)

                                 11am – 10pm (Friday to Sunday) The Starling

T-331B, the Starling
6, Jalan SS 21/23, Damansara Utama
47400 Petaling Jaya,
Tel: 03-76625901
Email: [email protected]
Operating Hours: 11am – 8pm (Monday to Sunday)

Tamarind Square
L3M-04, Tamarind Square,
Persiaran Multimedia, Cyber 10,
63000 Cyberjaya,Selangor,Malaysia

Tel: 03-27262438
Email: [email protected]
Operating Hours: 11am – 8pm (Monday to Thursday)             

11am – 10pm (Friday to Sunday)

Gurney Paragon

163D-7. 06-7.16 & L8.02-8.-5, Gurney Paragon, 

Persiaran Gurney, 10250 Penang, 
Pulau Pinang. Malaysia
Tel: 04-2950151

Email: [email protected]
Operating Hours: 11am – 8pm (Monday to Sunday)

Kong Heng Ipoh

91, Jalan Sultan Yusof, 30000 Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia
Tel: 05-2460019

Email: [email protected]
Operating Hours: 9.30am – 6.30pm (Monday to Sunday) Sunsuria Forum
SB-1, Sunsuria Forum,
No.1, Jalan Setia Dagang AL U13/AL,
Setia Alam, Seksyen U13, 40170,
Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan.
T: +60 3-5031 9459
E: [email protected]
Opening hours: 11am – 8pm (Monday to Thursday)                              11am – 10pm (Friday to Sunday)

Sunway Big Box,

Lot no FF-01, First Floor,
Sunway Iskandar, 5, Persiaran Medini,
79250, Iskandar Puteri, Johor

T: +60 7-533 0390

E: [email protected]
Opening hours: 11am – 8pm (Monday to Sunday)

5, Jalan Trompet 33/8,

Taman Alam Indah,

40400 Shah Alam, Selangor

T: +60 16-433 0419

E: [email protected] com
Opening hours: 10am – 7pm (Monday to Sunday)



BookXcess @The Starling Mall, Selangor (+60 3-7662 5901)

What Other Say: User (28/03/2018 13:43)
To me it looks different compare to other bookxcess. But very comfortable interior.

User (30/09/2017 17:39)
Nice cafe for cakes and coffee. Tried their orange poppy seed cake and it loved it! Cosy and quiet environment.

User (09/09/2017 20:37)
My maiden visit to BookXcess newest branch at Starling Mall Damansara Utama. Located at the third floor, it was just a level below the MBO cinema.

The space is spacious with adjoining book cafe for the hungry bibliophile who will completely lost track of time when being surrounded by books. Writers too could utilise this area for writings. Just bring along your tablets or laptops and you will have more ideas and motivation to write by being amidst the published books.

The aisles in between the book racks and tables are quite wide compared to the branch in Amcorp Mall and the layout and design to this branch is clean and minimal.

One of the good thing about this book store is , it is ‘wheelchair friendly. The aisle is wide and the floor is not split leveled like some other book stores. Though it is on the third floor, disabled customers can easily get access to it through elevator.

Coming to think about it, it is difficult to find a decent bookshop which has the accessibility to wheelchair. There will always some nook and cranny which is too narrow to manouvre the wheel chair. If not, there is always steps or levels which is a challenge for wheelchair-bound people. I truly feel sorry for the disabled community.

Looking at the book assortment, I guess it still can’t beat the branch in Amcorp Mall. Although the layout in Amcorp Mall was quite cramp but it is a haven to book lovers. With stools and seats scattered around the shop, customers can spend longer time browsing the books while resting their legs. The end result, of course finally they will purchase more books.

All in all, though book store in Starling Mall is brand new, I still prefer the one in Amcorp Mall.
I guess I am the sentimental conservative type of person who once is fond and familiarise with a place or space will steadfastly love it for eternity.

User (04/08/2017 20:55)
Very inviting bookshop with a good variety. There’s a cafe connected to it. Nice place to chill.

User (19/07/2017 18:26)
Love the spaciousness and the way where you are allowed to read in nooks and crannies but not much choice of books

User (18/07/2017 17:12)
Spacious and very comfortable but ‘seem’ to be less variety of books than Amcorp…

User (16/06/2017 14:11)
Lovely and spacious. Cosy and warm environment. Members get additional discount with a purchase above fifty ringgit. However, the selection of titles is not as diverse as it used to be.

User (01/06/2017 16:39)
Nice bookstore… Very inviting for the mind.

10 Reasons Why You Should Visit This Bookstore That Never Sleeps

From the title of the article, you know that we’re not talking about any ordinary bookstore in Malaysia.

We are talking about something so big — it’s out of this world. We’re kidding, it is tucked in Cyberjaya. If you’re thinking that Cyberjaya is too far away, trust us when we say that BookXcess at Tamarind Square is worth every mile. Here are just some of the reasons why!

10 Reasons Why You Should Visit BookXcess At Tamarind Square

1. Open for 24 hours, all day every day.

BookXcess at Tamarind Square is the only bookstore in the entirety of Malaysia that is open for 24 hours, from Monday to Sunday. If you love the idea of stepping into a bookstore at 2.00 a.m. in the morning to find the perfect book (or, books, if you have no self-control like us), then head down to Cyberjaya in the wee hours. It will be just you and the books, and nothing in between!

2. All the books are super affordable

Step into any bookstore located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, and you will notice that the prices are pretty high. Prices start at RM 39. 90 for a softcover book! Luckily for the all of us, books on any BookXcess shelf are super affordable. Selling price is always 50-80% off the recommended retail price for new books. Yes, all the books are new and you will have the pleasure of peeling off the plastic wrapping!

3. More than half a million books to uncover

There are many BookXcess bookstores scattered around Klang Valley. There’s one in Amcorp Mall, Fahrenheit88, The Starling, and SS15 Courtyard. We bet that they don’t have half a million books! Being the biggest BookXcess bookstore in Malaysia, you will find very many different titles — from fiction, non-fiction, to even children’s activity books!

4. Books are perfectly compartmentalised

It can be extremely frustrating when you try to find a book, but to no avail. Some bookstores can be very disorganised, unlike this one. After all, with over 500,000 books, there needs to be a system! Books in BookXcess are perfectly compartmentalised.

Find bestsellers, graphic novels, and different genre of books easily. Can’t find it? There’s a help counter too!

5. Brand-new books are restocked every month

If you think that BookXcess’s books are always the same, then we are here to tell you otherwise. Turns out, the selection of books available is refreshed every single month! There will always be brand new titles, authors, and genres for you to discover. If you want to know the brand new books available, you can sign up to be a member. By the way, did you know that members get extra discounts?

6. More than just books.

Apart from a truckload worth of books, there are non-book items too! Find the iconic pop art of your favourite book, movie, and television characters. We bet that you have seen them before with it being plastered all over Instagram. Decorative items, educational supplies, games, toys, puzzles, and stationary are also available right here. Sounds like the perfect spot to get children some gifts!


Comfortable reading and working area.

If you can’t wait to go home and start reading your brand-new books, you can do it right here too! BookXcess is so spacious, they even have a designated spot for you to read, and even work on some projects with your buddies! Even though it gets a little busy in the afternoon, there are still enough long tables and cubicles to bury your noses in their books.

8. In-house cafe for your caffeine fix.

There’s more than just books. You can get your caffeine fix right here too! We strongly believe that a good cup of coffee and a good book should always go hand-in-hand. Known as Café Wolf, the in-house cafe serves classic choices of coffee, prepared by baristas with years of experience under their belt. Looking for that latte art for an Instagram post? You got it! Oh, there’s a selection of delectable cakes to be had, too.

9. As always, it is Instagram-worthy.

The number of Instagram photos in bookstores and libraries is rising in 2019. Have you seen the photographs taken by @taramilktea at The Starfield Library located in Seoul? It’s lit! There so many different sections at BookXcess, we bet that you will find one spot that fits your #ootd. Personally, we love taking photographs along bookshelves to create illusions.

10. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city.

Photo: @tamarind.square (Instagram)

Escaping the hustle and bustle of the city is definitely a very good reason to visit Tamarind Square in general. Unlike the huge shopping malls scattered around Klang Valley, Tamarind Square is less crowded, and greener too! With that said, it is definitely a perfect weekend get-away to find the perfect books, and get some groceries along the way. There’s a Village Grocer tucked in Tamarind Square too!

The Bookstores That Never Sleeps

Photo: @bookxcess (Instagram)

Ever since the opening of BookXcess at Tamarind Square, it has been making a buzz on the internet. Giant media companies such as the World Economic Forum even made a video all about it! If you haven’t visited it yet, we hope that we have given you enough reasons to get yourself hopping to Cyberjaya. Time to start tagging your friends! Or, visit it all by yourself. Ah, relaxing.

Address: L3M-04, Tamarind Square, Persiaran Multimedia, Cyber 10, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor

Operating Hours: 24 hours.

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The founders of BookXcess, Tintabudi and Gerakbudaya on their niche approach to the bookselling business

The founders of independent bookstores Tintabudi and Gerakbudaya, as well as the couple behind discounted book companies BookXcess and BBW Books share their unique stories.


Andrew Yap + Jacqueline Ng
BookXcess and BBW Books

Within a decade, the owners of an obscure little bookstore selling magazines and remaindered books in Amcorp Mall in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, have sparked a revolution in book publishing at a time when the sun has supposedly gone down on print patronage.

As it turns out, readers still want to flip those crisp, bound pages but most impressively, BookXcess and Big Bad Wolf (BBW) Books founders Andrew Yap and Jacqueline Ng have made books appealing to non-readers, encouraging literacy globally and sustainably monetising the business of books in gargantuan fashion.

Thanks to a potent trifecta of purpose, ingenious branding and foresight, their remaindered book entities have expanded into a 680-employee, high-value enterprise with a two-pronged approach — the heavily discounted annual book fair Big Bad Wolf (BBW) and concept bookstores under the BookXcess brand in Malaysia. The mega book sale, which started in Malaysia in 2009 and went international in 2016, will tour 41 cities this year and is on track to reach a targeted 60 cities by 2021 and 100 by 2025.

The nine BookXcess stores in Malaysia are creatively conceptualised so that patrons can spend long hours perusing the offerings in comfort.  In addition to the original store in Amcorp Mall, there are outlets at The Starling in PJ, Fahrenheit88 in Kuala Lumpur, SS15 Courtyard in Subang Jaya, Tamarind Square in Cyberjaya and Sunsuria Forum in Setia Alam, Selangor, as well as Gurney Paragon in Penang and the bank vault-turned bookstore at Kong Heng Square in Ipoh, Perak.

At 38,000 sq ft, the Tamarind Square outlet is the biggest and first 24-hour bookstore in the country. A new store featuring an infinity shelf concept at Tropicana Gardens Mall in Kota Damansara, PJ,  is in the works. ­Book­Xcess’ ninth bookstore — 32,000 sq ft with 7.5m-tall shelves — opened last Wednesday in Sunway Big Box at Sunway Iskandar, Johor Baru.


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Our First Visit To BookXcess, Kong Heng Ipoh

I have heard of BookXcess but I have not visited the place. Initially, I checked and it seemed it only opens for the weekends and public holidays. That is the time when the whole area is the busiest and parking hard to get. Since we were at Concubine Lane, and our friend suggested that we pay a visit to BookXcess, it was a good opportunity to check out this place.

This is the first sign that greeted us.

We need to go down the narrow stairs

Let’s get down and nerdy!

We need to go further down to reach the vault.

BookXcess Kong Heng builts its bookstore within a bank’s vaults and safety deposit boxes.

This vault was owned United Asian Bank and its origins can be dated back to the 80s. The tiles, vault doors, and safety deposit boxes have been preserved in its original state to evoke its rich history.

Many books on display including children’s books.


Children’s book.

Books and safety deposit boxes

We will need more time to go through the titles of these books.

Yasmin Ahmad at Kong Heng

Donation and support to Yasmin Ahmad’s legacy.

Interesting photos from the gallery

“Energy cannot be destroyed.

It just takes on different forms.” Yasmin Ahmad.

Tonight (24th Dec.), we will be celebrating Christmas Eve

and tomorrow (25th Dec.) we will be celebrating

the birth of Jesus Christ, the Messiah (our Saviour).


Long ago God spoke in many different ways to our fathers

through the prophets, in visions, dreams, and even face to face,

telling them little by little about his plans.

But now in these days he has spoken to us through his Son

to whom he has given everything and through whom

he made the world and everything there is.

(Hebrews 1:1-2, The Living Bible-TLB)

90,000 Boris Evseev. “Ophir Starling”. Answers to readers’ questions. Labyrinth – an online bookstore – organized a very interesting competition of questions for the writer Boris Evseev. This shook up a young readership. The questions were different: ordinary about life and deep, conceptual ones.
The competition is over and I am retyping the winners’ questions and the answers to them by the writer Boris Yevseyev

We held a competition of questions for Boris Evseev (
http: // ). And here are the author’s answers to the winners’ questions.

1. Lyalya Matveicheva

Boris, hello, tell me, where do you get your inspiration from? And who is your idol ?

Most of all I am inspired by my own ideas. There are plans – there is an opportunity to creatively display, and sometimes transform the world around us.
I have never had any idols. But there are writers, philosophers and statesmen who aroused and evoke in me deep sympathy or warm sympathy: This is Peter the Great, Lev Nikolaevich Tolstoy, Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, Fr.Pavel Florensky.

2. Svetlana Gaponova
Boris Timofeevich, how do you think, can a writer succeed without any problems on his path as a writer? Your biography prompted me to this question. Tell us what you think made you a writer (if there are multiple reasons, then what first).

The path of real writers is always thorny. However, the bitter the life, the brighter the word. A writer is not a title or rank, but a destiny and a vocation. Contemplators of the cabinet walls steal a little experience.Real writers make experience literature and literature experience! I myself became a writer because I cannot imagine myself without a figurative and juicy Russian word, I cannot live outside the element of my native language — stronger than fire, water, earth. An unrelenting desire to tell my world to another: through history, parable, fable – leads me from book to book. Another reason is an irrepressible thirst for justice: in my novels and stories, heroes often restore it, but in life this does not always happen.

3.Yana Efimova
Hello Boris Timofeevich! You write a lot about the fate of Russia, but do you like to travel around our country? If so, what places do you truly inspire?

In recent years, I have increasingly given up foreign travel in favor of travel to Russia. As befits a Russian person, I love extremes: I adore the south, Taman, Crimea. And in recent years, he fell in love with the Russian Arctic, in particular, the unique, silent and beautiful Chukotka. But only the Moscow region, where I have lived for more than a quarter of a century, calms and truly warms the soul.

4. Vladimir Martynov
Good afternoon! How, in your opinion, in what direction is modern Russia changing? Have any new features appeared in the appearance of a Russian person and what changes, in your opinion, have taken place in the relationship between the writer and the authorities at the present time?

Thank you for an important and deep question, Vladimir! Russia has become tougher and faster; it has picked up, but has not grown kinder. Relationships between people have become rougher and more unpredictable. There was less warmth, less humanity.Our times are historically reminiscent of the times of Peter the Great. And in those, and in ours, there is one disturbing feature: do what you want, and you will atone for sins later. Repentance, of course, is necessary, but not in order to run wild the next day … And in general, you need to have spiritual strength to refrain from evil actions, and not to rely all the time on repentance and forgiveness.
The relationship between the writer and the government remained the same as it was under Caligula, Napoleon or Nicholas the First. The authorities (the best, any) will always try to appease or simply buy independent thinkers.Independents will resist. And the “addicts” often go to literature for this purpose, in order to serve and to play around. The power cherishes “its” writers. “Aliens” – spits. Just do not confuse writers who directly or indirectly cooperate with the authorities of foreign countries, with truly independent writers! Independents – and I am among them – believe that the writer is not obliged to any power. But our government owes everything to talented Russian writers: a structure of thought, catch phrases, a penchant for linguistic creativity, philosophical insights, government decisions, which are all prepared precisely by literature, philosophies, journalism!

5.Skryleva Julya
Boris, tell me, please, did you write your works for a long time, as they say on the table, but did not give up writing, what gave you hope and faith so as not to give up writing?

The creative impulse in me has always been so strong that I simply could not live without writing anything. As a child, I wanted to become a composer, and probably would have become, if not for the great Russian literature, even stronger than music, which influenced my feelings and worldview. In the difficult moments of my life, I believed and knew for sure: I would still become a writer.And so it happened.

6. Elena Loskovichenko
Hello, Boris Timofeevich. I wonder what holiday was the most important for you, your favorite in childhood and why? Are you a believer and what role has faith played in your work and life?
Was there a person who supported you in a difficult period and for whose sake you overcame all difficulties?

As a child, I loved Christmas most of all, I also found carols who walked around the yards in skins and masks, with songs and a blue star.In his youth, the holiday of the Bright Resurrection of Christ became priceless. Victory Day is also one of my favorites, I always celebrate it with pain for my dead relatives and with joy that my father who fought was left behind, my mother did not die. Well, my sister and my wife really supported me in difficult moments of life.

Dear Lyalya, Svetlana, Yana, Vladimir, Yulia and Elena, I sincerely thank you for your interesting and deep questions !.

Boris Evseev: “I always wrote what I wanted”

Text: Andrey Vasyanin, Natalia Reshetnikova / RG

Photo: Mikhail Sinitsyn / RG

Vozrovoy ravine – it is in Kolomenskoye.For many centuries miracles have been working in it. Once the Tatar horsemen, the chronicle says, burst into the famous village, but, having fallen into a ravine, disappeared and were found only 50 years later – in the bones. Residents of the nearby village of Dyakova, several men, disappeared, sitting on the edge of a ravine – and their remains were also found several decades later …

From this mysterious story, the writer Boris Yevseev began to tell the guests of the “Red Square” about his new book “The Ophir Starling”.

Why a starling? Walking through the territory of the museum-reserve and at the same time thinking about the secrets of Kolomenskoye, the author of the book heard the singing of this bird, and this singing seemed to Boris Yevseev alarming, talking about something – and he decided to make him the hero of a book about one of the Moscow secrets.Traveling around Moscow, across Russia, across Ukraine.

Yevseev knows how to say about important things in a mysterious, symbolic, parable – and therefore his books are not stale in stores.

– I have always said things that others were silent about. Very often I hear that it is Stalin, then Brezhnev, or someone else that prevents us from living. Any time there may be, this is our time. Nothing prevents me from writing what I want, – said the author at a creative meeting with readers.

The new book contains not only the story of the Ophir starling-prophet.There are also stories that the author also values ​​very much. He recalls in them his parents, after the wedding they were sent to work in Drohobych in Western Ukraine – and life there became a terrible memory for them for decades. The writer’s mother had already been in Moscow for many years waking up at night, asking her husband in dismay: “Is there anyone hanging there yet?” And the fact was that the UNA executioners, who seized the village, hung between the windows of the village houses those who were suspected of collaborating with the authorities.

In his stories, Evseev also recalled meetings with Vladimir Vysotsky, noting that, unfortunately, the singer and poet did not have time to realize himself as a playwright.The writer’s plans include a book “about the beloved composer Tchaikovsky.”

Returning to The Ophir Starling, Boris Evseev said that this is not a story, but a novel that is read in one sitting. He has a sense of form from music.

– I wrote a philosophical parable, because I did not want to pickle. A parable is a special twist, – said the writer, stressing that his novel is “about the collision of Russian and Ukrainian characters.”

– Life without bonuses is rather dry and ugly. I get them too.Unfortunately, many people died under the weight of the bonuses. Such a phenomenon exists not only in literature, but also in music, – said the writer, answering a question about literary prizes. – But the point is not prizes, but the fact that literature lives on.


Boris Yevseev is a representative of the “detained” generation of our literature: entry into the official press was blocked for a young author after he defended freedom of speech in 1974; for a long time he had to write on the table.Now Boris Evseev is a recognized master, laureate of numerous literary prizes. Masterly mastery of the word, attention to the existential wanderings of the soul and spirit, an ardent interest in the fate of Russia are the main qualities of the author’s prose.


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Lyudmila Ustinova and her island of birds.Sakhalin.Info

10:06 November 30, 2015.

According to ornithologists’ data, 397 bird species have been recorded on the island and in the coastal waters of Sakhalin, which is 70.8% of the species composition of birds in the Russian Far East.

Lyudmila Ustinova is an amateur photographer inspired by birds. She was born in Kirovograd. In Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk since 1978. For the past ten years after retirement, he has been studying and photographing birds.Photographing a bird in its habitat is not an easy task. Lyudmila Georgievna successfully copes with this kind of art. She actively travels around the island edge.

On November 27, the Sakhalin Regional Museum of Local Lore hosted a presentation of the second part of the Atlas-Identifier “Birds of the Sakhalin Region”, the authors of which are Lyudmila Ustinova and Vitaly Nechaev, Far Eastern ornithologist, Doctor of Biological Sciences, leading researcher of the Biological and Soil Institute FEB RAI (Vladivostok).The book is a field guide to the birds of Sakhalin Island based on photographs in a natural setting. It is intended for tourists, ecologists, workers of nature conservation organizations, nature lovers and is an important stage in the development of the movement for the study and conservation of birds in our island region.

The author of the book is a real devotee in the study of the nature of the island region. She shares her knowledge at meetings with children and youth.Periodically, Lyudmila Georgievna holds exhibitions of her photographs in the Sakhalin Regional Library, which are always accompanied by positive feedback from visitors.

– When I suddenly became a pensioner, I had a terrible depression, I was out of work – I did not know what to do, panic appeared, – says Lyudmila Georgievna. – I began to travel to the seaside – to reflect on my problems.I saw a bird there. Like a little mouse, full of worries, she fussed about in the sand. Watching her, I was distracted from my thoughts. In general, she switched me. The next time I came there with a camera. There were already several birds. I took the picture, returned home and started looking at the pictures on the computer. Beak, paws, where a feather – everything was visible … I wanted to find out what kind of bird it was. I went to the shops of the city to look for a book about birds of the island region. I went to bookstores and asked what there was about birds.They answer me that there is nothing that I was very surprised at. How is it that there is still no such literature, I thought then. I went to libraries. Examined the exhibits of birds in the museum of local lore. I found individual scientific articles. But there was no comprehensive enough book that would be available to a wide range of nature lovers.

“Birds around us” – that’s how I called my project, which I myself came up with. First, I took pictures of birds in parks and on the streets, i.e. primarily those that surround us in everyday life.Stocked up with bird guides – in our country and other countries. The first result was a set of postcards with Sakhalin birds.

Two years later, after I became interested in photography, I came across a book by Vitaly Andreevich Nechaev “Birds of Sakhalin”. Vitaly Andreevich devoted 20 years to them. The island traveled far and wide before publishing this extraordinarily informative book. It was from there that I first received detailed information that interests me. It was a kind of thread that drew me to the author of this book.

I was interested to know his opinion about my work, and I turned to him with a request to help with identifying the island birds I photographed. “Will you become my consultant, will you help me in describing the birds?” – I wrote in my letter and sent it along with the first set of photos. Vitaly Andreevich wrote that I was doing a useful and necessary thing, but I make mistakes and made several correct comments.

Since then, I realized for myself that to shoot is to shoot, but when identifying birds, it is better to consult with specialist bird watchers.Having filmed new birds living in the Sakhalin region or visiting the island region, I have now sent the picture to Vitaly Andreevich.

When about a thousand pictures had accumulated, I wanted to show them to people. I suggested to Vitaly Andreevich: “Let’s do it together.” Much to my delight, he agreed. And for many years now we have been connected by correspondence and telephone conversations, joint creative work. I shoot, and he determines which species and subspecies the birds belong to, and also makes a short and succinct scientific description.

Soon the second part of a set of postcards on the birds of Sakhalin was released. There was already material here not only in Russian, but also in English. Latin names were also given, which is accepted in ornithology and is convenient for use by the same foreigners.

Bird Island

Over time, a new project has slowly matured – the creation of a photo album about all the birds of Sakhalin, which would be accessible to anyone living on the island or coming to Sakhalin.

In 2013, the first edition of the book “Birds of the Island Land” was published. It includes Lyudmila Georgievna’s photographic observations of birds over the course of many years, in different seasons and in different places of Sakhalin: on the coast of Aniva, Terpeniya, Mordvinov bays, on lakes and swamps, in the valley of the Susuya River, in the vicinity of the cities of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Korsakov , Nevelsk, Kholmsk, Aniva, on the island of Monerone and in other places. Mainly captures birds in motion from a very close distance, while she manages to remain unnoticed.He considers patience to be his strong point.

– I managed to shoot 165 species of birds, including rare ones, such as osprey, peregrine falcon, turukhtan, puffer, mountain snipe, Japanese waxwing, red-eared bulbul, baby bunting, common starling, red sparrow, rose gull and others. Some of the pictures became an ornithological discovery in general – I managed to photograph the yellow-toothed and silky starling, which no one had ever met on Sakhalin.

The second part of the publication about the birds of Sakhalin, published this year, also has a popular science character.In total, the atlas of birds, taking into account the first edition, contains about 200 photographs, including photographs of more than 20 bird species of the Sakhalin region, listed in the Red Data Books of Russia and the Sakhalin Region. This time, Lyudmila Ustinova photographed two new species of gulls – polar and Siberian, was able to capture the yellow-billed heron – a bird very rare for the island edge on a tiny island, exposed at low tide, near a channel on Lake Vychalivoe. Recently, she made a new ornithological discovery: for the first time on Sakhalin she discovered the Siberian red-billed tern.Other species that are quite rare for Sakhalin are also represented here – oystercatcher, shovel-sandpiper, hand-warp, stilt, and Japanese waxwing. If the first edition contains photographs taken only in the southern part of Sakhalin, then in the second part – birds of the central and northern part of Sakhalin.

– Specialists from the Sakhalin branch of Gazprom Transgaz Tomsk provided great assistance in organizing three expeditions to the north of the island, and I am very grateful to them. With the gas workers, I drove along the entire route, photographing the birds.I really wanted to put a photo of a capercaillie on the cover of the new edition. Everyone tried to help. We come to the camp, they tell me: “We saw him at 65 kilometers,” I went there – to no avail. Another brigade returned: “We saw a bird at 24 kilometers,” I am with them – again I have no luck. Only on the day of departure, on the way to the railway station, the meeting with the wood grouse took place.

On a narrow road at the intersection with a clearing, I look around – sitting by the very road in all its glory. While the Ural was backing up, stopping, the bird rose and flew away 50 meters.The driver, seeing my condition, says: “Well, what did you run?” They rushed in pursuit. Capercaillie noticed us earlier and this time flew off 200 meters. We realized that we could not keep up with him.

This is how my three expeditions rushed past for the capercaillie. But we managed to shoot several new birds.

On Sakhalin, many people are engaged in photography. The third part of the Atlas Identifier is presented in the form of a collection of photographs by different authors who take pictures of Sakhalin birds, indicating the exact date and place and the author of the photograph.Anyone can take part in this new project. Together we can come up with a new meaningful and useful publication, attract specialists. Many people send images of birds and ask for help in identifying them. This is necessary for school education, so that children love nature and take care of it. In addition, I am confident that such research will help preserve those bird species that are on the verge of extinction.

My whole life has been associated with bird watching and photography.In the difficult natural and climatic conditions of Sakhalin, it was not easy to carry out such work. This year I have visited Aleksandrovsk-Sakhalinsky, Poronaysky, Nogliki districts. The northern region of the island, especially behind the Val settlement, is difficult to access. In March, she was shooting in the village of Rybatskoye. For many kilometers – tundra and impenetrable swamps, bear trails. I was returning to the parking lot along the coast in a blizzard, walked many kilometers against the wind, and was tired. To shorten the path, I walked along the mouth of the river and with one foot completely fell into the wormwood.I thought I would get sick – no, it did. Hardening has been developed, because I am constantly in the fresh air. There are enough adventures, but it’s too late to re-educate me. As much as I can move, I will be engaged in birds. I am grateful to everyone who helped in creating conditions for work – in providing transport, accompanied to hard-to-reach places, in publishing and presenting research materials.

Lyudmila Georgievna is interested not only in island birds. She travels a lot both across Sakhalin and around the world.Europe, Tunisia, Egypt, Cambodia – all these places were chosen for a reason, but taking into account what kind of birds live there.

– Birds from different countries and continents are incredibly interesting. Bird watching tourism is gaining popularity in the world. During the seasonal migration of birds, festivals, excursions and seminars are held in many countries. The results of amateur bird watching are widely used in science and in the conservation of birds. The rules of conduct for photographers when photographing birds are strictly followed in many countries.Mass photo sessions in nesting bird colonies are generally prohibited. As a photographer, I improved my skills in practice through trial and error. Rare birds often come across when you do not expect, and where you do not expect. I shoot all year round. After all, different birds visit Sakhalin at different times of the year. There is a desire to visit the Kuril Islands, but so far there are no funds for this. Recently I started making small video sketches for myself. Reviewing photos and videos, you forget about all the troubles in the world.

Samuil Poletaev ★ Aliki-maliki read the book online for free

Samuil Efimovich Poletaev


In my life I have met many wonderful people who made me want to be like them. But it is difficult to decide to follow the chosen model, when you are no longer young, when your habits and character have developed. And yet I am grateful to these people: when I wrote my stories, I remembered them and passed on some of their lines to my heroes.I love my heroes – not because they have succeeded for me (let the readers judge this), but because they remind me of those living people I met and who conquered me. Alexandra Ivanovna from the story “Aliki-maliki”, who has not lost her soul in old age, and the modest village teacher Efim Savelyevich, an outstanding person in his talent of kindness (“Starling No. 17”, “Bridge across the stream”), and Brigadier of drillers Ayaz Kasumov (“Free Man”), and senior herder Niyaz Chorkmeev, who lived a long and patient life – “raised horses needed by people, fought, defending the Motherland from enemies, put sons and daughters on their feet, tirelessly nursed grandchildren and knew how pay with good for good “(” The Elder Herder “).For a long time I communicated with my heroes in private, became attached to them as to living people, and now I say to them: goodbye! I let them go into independent life with the hope that maybe some of you guys will be interested to get to know them or even want to be like them in some way.



It was possible to pass without turning on the light in the corridor, but Sergei fumbled in the dark for the switch and paused, looking at the picture hanging in the hall, left by former residents.Girls in pink, blue and white dresses are a picturesque group around the fountain.

Each time, stopping in front of a picture, Sergei wondered which of the girls he liked more than others, but without deciding, he went to his room, embarrassed by the mystery emanating from their slender bodies and sly smiles. The picture seemed wonderful to Sergei, and he did not understand how they could have left it here, like old furniture, although he was happy about it.

A baby crying was heard outside the neighbors’ doors.Sergei turned off the light and went to the end of the corridor. There he took off his shoes, opened the door to the room and tiptoed to the sofa, but came across some bags and woke his mother.

– Gray, are you? In the kitchen …

– I ate. Sleep.

Mother yawned and began to sigh. Now it would be good to wash, but then, completely disturbed, the mother will not fall asleep until morning. Without undressing, Sergei lay down on the couch and lit a cigarette.

“Hmmm,” he drawled, pulling the covers over himself. He lay down, listening to the sighs of his mother, put out his cigarette, crawled his head under the pillow and soon fell asleep.

The next morning, despite the fact that it was Saturday and it was possible to sleep a little longer, he woke up earlier than usual. Burnt milk dripped from the kitchen. The mother was talking to the boy – their new neighbor, whom he had not yet really seen. Sergei jumped up from the sofa to close the door, stumbled over a badly bound stack of books, and when he lay down again, he could not sleep for a long time, thinking about the occupation that his mother had recently taken a great interest in.

Alexandra Ivanovna started this business by accident.Once the famous fool Mitya in their quarter entered the courtyard, entered, loaded with two bags with books, laid them out on a bench and stood behind the “counter” like a salesman. The guys flew in, made a fuss and began to take books away from each other. Alexandra Ivanovna could not resist, intervened – and now she herself began to sell books. I could, of course, go to a bookstore, but I didn’t have the strength to endure the full shift, and so the hostess herself, walk as much as you want and when you want – there is no plan, how much you sell, you will get as much.

In her life, devastated by old age and the fear of loneliness, a spark of interest dawned – meetings, acquaintances, worries. She already knew all the book lovers in the area – among them were teachers, her old acquaintances, journalists, several scientists, one retired old professor, a colonel, a lover of historical literature. She knew their tastes, habits and ran almost all over the city in search of the necessary books, corresponded with bookstores, followed magazines, bibliography and read a lot of books herself.

The son did not approve of her hobbies. He did not understand why she needed money when she had a pension, and he was embarrassed in front of people: after all, someone might have thought that he was making her work. I would sit at home, clean up and cook dinners, but no – wears it! And then the assistant showed up – a new neighbor, a boy, and there was nowhere to go from the books in their cramped room.

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