V. Netchayev Petya and His Dog

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Petya and His Dog

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Netchayev, V.
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Netchayev, Vadim., Bell (Trans.)
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Book Description Kestrel Books, 1975. Condition: Very Good. Light wear to boards, content clean and sharp, solidly bound, good DJ with some wear. Seller Inventory # 9999-9994161232

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Nechaev, Vadim Viktorovich; Bell, Anthea
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Book Description Kestrel Books, 1975. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Colbert, Anthony (illustrator). H/B 123 pages, condition is very good, minor edge wear to the DJ, which has been price clipped. On his way home from school one day, Petya finds a stray dog in his village and befriends him, naming him Pilagan. But he brings trouble for Petya who is one of the Tungus people, living on the island of Sakhalin off the Russian coast. Then Petya lends the dog to his neighbour for a long sledge trek, Pilagan refuses to fight when the team is attacked by wolves. The village Elders decree that the dog must be killed because he is part wolf. As if sensing his fate, Pilagan slips away from the village and Petya, determined to keep him, sets off to look for Pilagan in his school holidays. His search takes him all over the island, and he meets many different people: Katkov at the geophysical station, Klenov the animal trainer, Olga Pavlovna Sinizina with her beautiful garden, and Captain Mikhailovski and the crew of the Polar Line aircraft. All of these people have met Pilagan, but the dog would not stay with them. At last Petya finds Pilagan and takes him home once again to his village to challenge the Elders' decision. The only way he can do this is in the traditional sledge race at the Bear Festival. . . Vadim Netchayev draws a fascinating picture of life on the island of Sakhalin, poised between Russia and Japan, between ancient customs and superstitions and modern technology. Children will enjoy this exciting story of a boy and his dog set in a little known part of the world, strikingly illustrated by Anthony Colbert. Seller Inventory # 062252

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NETCHAYEV, Vadim
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Book Description Kestrel Books, UK, 1975. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Anthony Colbert (illustrator). First UK. Hardback: dj (price unclipped), slightly dusty, some foxing on reverse of jacket and foredges, illustrated by ANTHONY COLBERT, vg. 8vo, 123pp. Petya and his dog Pilagan live on the island of Sakhalin to the North of Japan and belonging to Russia. Translated by Anthea Bell from the German translation by Hans Baumann of the Russian original. Seller Inventory # 12I133

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Netchayev, Vadim
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Book Description Kestrel, London, 1975. Hard Cover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Colbert, Anthony (illustrator). First Thus. A Fine copy with near Fine complete dustjacket. Translated from the German by Anthea Bell. This is the story of Petya the Tungus boy, son of the hunter Leonid Vytshun, and his big dog Pilagan who live on the Russian island of Sakhalin, which lies north of Japan. Strikingly illustrated by Anthony Colbert. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 004899

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