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Books:Russian Literature:Children:New Acquisitions From ZH BOOKS


Solnyshko, Pokazhis'! Krasnoe, Snariadis'! Russkie Narodnye Detskie Skorogovorki, Schitalki, Zaklichki, Igry, Prigovorki

By [compiled by] Naumenko, G.

Moscow: Detskaia Literatura, 1977. First edition; 5 1/2 x 8 1/2; pp. 3-41, [7]; original pictorial wraps; minor wear along edges; numerous full-page and in-line monochrome illustrations; near fine. A wonderful collection of Russian rhymes, word games, and music. Part of "Kniga za Knigoi" series.


Volodar Vitriv. Nenetska Narodna Kazka

By [edited by] Iu. Nabok

Kiev: Veselka, 1977. First edition [in Ukrainian, translated from the Nenets by Vladimir Sobotovich]; 6 1/2 x 9 1/2; pp. 3-14, [2]; original pictorial wraps; minor rubbing to head and tail of spine; corners slightly worn and curling; pages clean and bright; numerous full-page color illustrations by Viktor Malinki; very good or better. "Master of the Winds" is a classic folk tale of the Nenets people, also known as Samoyeds who are indigenous people of the Northern Lands of Arctic Russia.


Bogatyri. Stikhi

By Berestov, Valentin

Moscow: Detskaia Literatura, 1980. First edition; 6 1/2 x 9; pp. 3-29, [3] including text to last page; original pictorial wraps; very minor wear to covers; full-page and in-line illustrations; near fine. A beautiful collection of 43 children's poems.


Baza Verkholaza. Rasskazy

By Bogdanov, Nikolai

Moskow: Detskaia Literatura, 1974. First edition; 5 1/2 x 8 1/2; pp. 3-31, [1]; original pictorial wraps; several small rubbed spots to spine; few minor nicks to corners; illustrated ; internally fine; overall very good to near fine condition. Part of the series 'Kniga za Knigoi,' "Base Steeplejack" contains the stories of children in the Kazakh Steppe, including the difficult but happy life of a family where the father is a steeplejack.