For the first time in Russia comes a collection of children’s poems Molodovskoy Cady (1894-1972), famous Jewish poet who wrote in Yiddish. Born in 1894 in the Belarusian village in the teacher’s family, Molodovskaya played a prominent role in Jewish literary life, first in Warsaw, then in New York. Poems for children Kadya began writing when she worked at the school, and they immediately became a huge success. In memory of the descendants of children’s poems Molodovskoy largely overshadowed by her adult poetry. These verses in the Hebrew translation to the sixties, formed the basis of children‘s poetry in Israel. The first collections of poems “Heshvndike neht” (“Autumn Night, 1927) and” Jik Gus “(“Wild street “, 1933) brought Molodovskoy fame. In the style of her poetry reflected the influence of Expressionist 1920. Many poems were written Molodovskoy vers libre. The language of children’s poems is close to the spoken, they expressed world views and feelings of the child from the slums of Warsaw.