It appears that throughout all your life you keep looking for the fragrances you felt in your childhood, trying to renew them beside you to dip more often into the atmosphere which is so lovely to the majority of people. Childhood is the sweetest and happiest time of life. But what does a child remember when he is not well? As for me, I remember grey pillows in the hospitals, terrible dirty-green walls, a vegetable salad in an aluminium dish and the sound of a dental drill. I remember my mother sometimes crying after conversation with the kid doctor. Should there be such childhood memories? A year ago when the Pediatrics department was opened it became quite obvious that the child’s memory of a disease could be magic. The doctor’s office can be a game room, the hall – a lawn at the fairy castle. There is no hospital scent here which makes one’s knees shiver. A doctor is a nice smiling man who doesn’t shout at a child and doesn’t scold him but talks to him in a friendly manner. Thus, a child being unaware of the word “service” experiences it to the full extent. Every day the Pediatrics department makes a bit of contribution into the “happiest time of life’. And when our little patient grows up he will seek for the same kind and magic place for his children where the treatment of a disease is inseparably associated with comfort, service and compassion. This very memory of NEO fairyland will form his view on life. This summer issue gives us the possibility to get acquainted with fairies and wizards who work hard the whole year round making little boys and girls healthy and happy.