Children's literature of Azerbaijan was formed in the 2nd half of the XIX century. And the beginning of the twentieth century is characterized as the initial stage of its development. This period is also considered a realistic educational stage of our children's literature. At the stage we are narrating, one of the fundamental tasks that were at the center of attention in the works created for the children of the people was the problem of attitude to religious values. The progressive-minded intelligentsia of Azerbaijan began to create religious textbooks for students in their native language. In addition, many scientific and artistic works of religious content were created in the Azerbaijani language, and were given out to children for reading. The article provides an explanation of this issue. In the early twentieth century, he achieved significant success. In general, the second half of the XIX century and the twentieth century are characterized as an enlightened realistic stage in the development of Azerbaijani children's literature. Because the growth of the treasury of the word "minorities" in the national language, as well as the rise to the Soviet era, was entirely associated with the school and educational life of the pedagogical environment. More precisely, our national children's literature was seriously connected with the new type of school and educational atmosphere that emerged after the Russian occupation of Azerbaijan. This environment has played an important role in the development of religious literature in the mother tongue for children in Azerbaijan. In the last decades of the 19th century, religious literature, as a rule, existed in Arabic Persian, the reason for which was the abolition of the national language by Arabic Persian scholars from the sphere of education and education. In the Middle Ages, mullahs and madrasas were taught exclusively in Arabic, and there was no need to create works in their native language.
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