The images created by a good illustrator are wonderful examples of original art. Peering at them, the child receives true joy and pleasure from the creative discoveries of the artist, from the internal harmony of literary and artistic images that give scope to the imagination and his own creativity. In order to correctly carry out pedagogical work to familiarize children with book graphics as a work of art, counting on book illustration services could be a great idea. They know how to illustrate a book so it affects children's understanding of the literary text of a book and the peculiarities of children's perception of different age groups of book graphics. What do you think?