A wonderful crop of 10 Soviet children's books issued out of Moscow in the 1970s and early 1980s and all translated here for the first time into English. Each of the 10 titles is clean, bright and Near Fine in its stapled pictorial wrappers. An occasional light crease here and there but the grouping is lovely and has held up very nicely. All the titles are quartos and all are illustarated in rich, vibrant color. The titles are as follows: Vasily Sukhomlinsky, "The Singing Feather", 1984; Vladimir Mayakovsky, "What Shall I Be?", 1981; "The Cock with the Crimson Comb: A Karelian Fairy Tale", 1976; Irina Tokmakova, "Rostik and Kesha", 1983; Igor Akimushkin, "Builders in the Wild", 1982; O. Ioseliani, "Bacho and Gocha", 1975; Sh. Beyshenaliev, "The Horned Lamb", 1973; Andrei Nakrasov, "Visiting Captain Fibbur", 1976; Nikolai Nosov, "Dunno's Adventures: How Dunno Took a Ride in a Soda-Water Car", 1984; and S Marshak, "The Tale of a Hero Nobody Knows", 1981. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: 10 Soviet Children's Books
Publisher: Malysh, Raduga and Progress Publishers
Binding: Original wraps
Book Condition: Near Fine
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