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The Tale of the Tsar Saltan, of his Son, the glorious and mighty prince Guidon Saltanovich, and of the fair Swan-princess. Translated from the Russian by Louis Zellikoff. This work was originally published in 1905 and dedicated to the composer Rimsky-Korsakov. Illustrations by Ivan Bilibin. Click through on book for full details.

The Tale of the Tsar Saltan, of his Son, the glorious and mighty prince Guidon Saltanovich, and of the fair Swan-princess by Alexander Pushkin - "Fourth Printing, English Edition" - 1978 - from PickfordsBooks and

The Tale of the Tsar Saltan, of his Son, the glorious and mighty prince Guidon Saltanovich, and of the fair Swan-princess. Translated from the Russian by Louis Zellikoff. This work was originally published in 1905 and dedicated to the composer Rimsky-Korsakov. Illustrations by Ivan Bilibin. Click through on book for full details.

Moldavian Folk-Tales. A Collection of twenty-five short stories translated from the Moldavian by Dionisie Badarau and Walter May. Illustrated by Leonid Domnin. Moldavian Folklore is rich in fantastic fairy tales, short stories, legends, tales about animals and anecdotal stories.Click through on book for full details.

Moldavian Folk-Tales. A Collection of twenty-five short stories translated from the Moldavian by Dionisie Badarau and Walter May. Illustrated by Leonid Domnin. Moldavian Folklore is rich in fantastic fairy tales, short stories, legends, tales about animals and anecdotal stories.Click through on book for full details.

The Fir tree. Translated from the Ukrainian by Mary Skrypnyk. Illustrated by Vasil Yevdokimenko. Click through on book for full details.

The Fir tree by Mikhailo Kotsyubinsky - English Translation - 1984 - from PickfordsBooks and

The Fir tree. Translated from the Ukrainian by Mary Skrypnyk. Illustrated by Vasil Yevdokimenko. Click through on book for full details.

The Tigers Nephew by Eva Vassilevskaya. Two srories, The Tiger's Nephew", and "The Rabbit Who Loved To Count". Translated from the Russian by James Riordan. Illustrations by David Khaikin.

The Tiger's Nephew by Eva Vassilevskaya - Second printing - 1981 - from PickfordsBooks and

The Tigers Nephew by Eva Vassilevskaya. Two srories, The Tiger's Nephew", and "The Rabbit Who Loved To Count". Translated from the Russian by James Riordan. Illustrations by David Khaikin.

Wondrous Ships by Svyatoslav Sakharnov.  Translated from the Russian by Fainna Solasko. Illustrations by Vladimir Surikov.

Wondrous Ships by Svyatoslav Sakharnov - Second printing - 1981 - from PickfordsBooks and

Wondrous Ships by Svyatoslav Sakharnov. Translated from the Russian by Fainna Solasko. Illustrations by Vladimir Surikov.

Adventures On Captains' Island. Translated from the Russian by James Riordan. Sofia Leonidovna Prokofiev was born in 1928, she has written some wonderful children's stories including 'Raggity and the Cloud', 'Adventures on Captains' Island'. Lovely double page Illustrations by Gennady Kalinovsky. Click through on book for full details.

Adventures On Captains' Island by Sofia Prokofieva - Hardcover - English Translation - 1987 - from PickfordsBooks and

Adventures On Captains' Island. Translated from the Russian by James Riordan. Sofia Leonidovna Prokofiev was born in 1928, she has written some wonderful children's stories including 'Raggity and the Cloud', 'Adventures on Captains' Island'. Lovely double page Illustrations by Gennady Kalinovsky. Click through on book for full details.

Going To Kindergarten by Nadezhda Kalinina. Translated from the Russian by Fainna Solasko. Illustrations by Veniamin Losin.

Going To Kindergarten by Nadezhda Kalinina. Translated from the Russian by Fainna Solasko. Illustrations by Veniamin Losin.

The Elephant by Alexander Kuprin. Translated from the Russian by Fainna Solasko. Illustrations by D. Borovsky.

The Elephant by Alexander Kuprin - Second printing - 1981 - from PickfordsBooks and

The Elephant by Alexander Kuprin. Translated from the Russian by Fainna Solasko. Illustrations by D. Borovsky.

The Sun Princess and Her Deliverer Retold by Aldona Liobyte. Translated from the Russian by Irina Zheleznova. Illustrations by A. Makunaite.

The Sun Princess and Her Deliverer by Retold by Aldona Liobyte - Third printing - 1980 - from PickfordsBooks and

The Sun Princess and Her Deliverer Retold by Aldona Liobyte. Translated from the Russian by Irina Zheleznova. Illustrations by A. Makunaite.

The Seaside Children's Republic by Vasily Golyshkin. Translated from the Russian by Tracy Keuhn.

The Seaside 'Children's Republic' by Vasily Golyshkin - First English language edition - 1985 - from PickfordsBooks and

The Seaside Children's Republic by Vasily Golyshkin. Translated from the Russian by Tracy Keuhn.


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Andrei the Mastermind: Byelorussian Folk Tales. USSR. Minsk Yunatstva Publishers. 1986. English Translation. A collection of eleven Byelorussian Folk Tales with translations by Mary Mintz, I. Doroshkevich, V. Tikhononvich, W. May, A. Weise, and M. Brylyova. Illustrations throughout by N. Poplavskaya. For sale, Click book for full details.

Andrei the Mastermind: by (Edited by) Mary Mintz - Hardcover - English Translation - 1986 - from PickfordsBooks and

Andrei the Mastermind: Byelorussian Folk Tales. USSR. Minsk Yunatstva Publishers. 1986. English Translation. A collection of eleven Byelorussian Folk Tales with translations by Mary Mintz, I. Doroshkevich, V. Tikhononvich, W. May, A. Weise, and M. Brylyova. Illustrations throughout by N. Poplavskaya. For sale, Click book for full details.

Vyacheslav Marchenko. The Haunted Wood. Moscow. Progress Publishers. 1981. English Translation. Translated from the Russian by Miriam Katz and David Sinclair-Loutit. Two-tone etchings by N. Rodionov. The two stories in this book are largely biographical. Click through on book for full details.

Vyacheslav Marchenko. The Haunted Wood. Moscow. Progress Publishers. 1981. English Translation. Translated from the Russian by Miriam Katz and David Sinclair-Loutit. Two-tone etchings by N. Rodionov. The two stories in this book are largely biographical. Click through on book for full details.

The Wondrous Apple: Translated by Tracy Kuehn. Efim Chestnyakov (1874-1961) was a Russian artist who's works are based on folk art. He had been a student of Repin and had studied in St Petersburg. His paintings, scultures and manuscripts were discovered, after his death, displayed in peoples homes in his village of Shablovo. They were removed and taken to the Kostromo Regional Musuem of Fine Arts for restoration and preservation. For sale, Click book for full details.

The Wondrous Apple: Translated by Tracy Kuehn. Efim Chestnyakov (1874-1961) was a Russian artist who's works are based on folk art. He had been a student of Repin and had studied in St Petersburg. His paintings, scultures and manuscripts were discovered, after his death, displayed in peoples homes in his village of Shablovo. They were removed and taken to the Kostromo Regional Musuem of Fine Arts for restoration and preservation. For sale, Click book for full details.

Viktoras Miliunas. Fly Away, Seagull, Fly Away: A Collection Of Stories By A Lithuanian Author. Moscow. Raduga Publishers. 1982. English Translation. Six short stories. Translated from the Russian by Glenys Ann Kozlov. Illustrated by Vladimir Kulkov. Click through on book for full details.

Fly Away, Seagull, Fly Away: by Viktoras Miliunas - Hardcover - English Translation - 1982 - from PickfordsBooks and

Viktoras Miliunas. Fly Away, Seagull, Fly Away: A Collection Of Stories By A Lithuanian Author. Moscow. Raduga Publishers. 1982. English Translation. Six short stories. Translated from the Russian by Glenys Ann Kozlov. Illustrated by Vladimir Kulkov. Click through on book for full details.

The Tales and Stories of Ispirescu. Lovely colour and black and white illustrations by Done Stan. Petre Ispirescu (January 1830 – 21 November 1887) was a Romanian printer and publicist. Click through on book for full details.

The Tales and Stories of Ispirescu by Petre Ispirescu - Hardcover - Third printing - 1977 - from PickfordsBooks and

The Tales and Stories of Ispirescu. Lovely colour and black and white illustrations by Done Stan. Petre Ispirescu (January 1830 – 21 November 1887) was a Romanian printer and publicist. Click through on book for full details.

Vladislav Krapivin. Winged Tales. Moscow. Raduga Publishers. 1978. English Translation. Translated from the Russian by Jan Yevtushenko. Gloss paper pages with full page colour illustrations by Gennady Vladimirovich Kalinovsky (1929-2006). Click through on book for full details.

Vladislav Krapivin. Winged Tales. Moscow. Raduga Publishers. 1978. English Translation. Translated from the Russian by Jan Yevtushenko. Gloss paper pages with full page colour illustrations by Gennady Vladimirovich Kalinovsky (1929-2006). Click through on book for full details.

Why Tuppy Doesn't_Chase Birds by Y. Charushin. Translated from the Russian by Fainna Glagoleva. Lovely watercolour illustrations by the author.

Why Tuppy Doesn't Chase Birds by Y. Charushin - First English language edition - 1976 - from PickfordsBooks and

Why Tuppy Doesn't_Chase Birds by Y. Charushin. Translated from the Russian by Fainna Glagoleva. Lovely watercolour illustrations by the author.

Stories for Children by Lev Tolstoi. A collection of thirteen short stories. Illustrated with lovely pencil sketches by A. Pakhomov.

Stories for Children by Lev Tolstoi - Paperback - English Translation - 1981 - from PickfordsBooks and

Stories for Children by Lev Tolstoi. A collection of thirteen short stories. Illustrated with lovely pencil sketches by A. Pakhomov.

The Little Scarlet Flower by Sergei Aksakov. Translated from the Russian by James Riordan. Illustrated by Galina Anfilova.

The Little Scarlet Flower by Sergei Aksakov - Second printing - 1980 - from PickfordsBooks and

The Little Scarlet Flower by Sergei Aksakov. Translated from the Russian by James Riordan. Illustrated by Galina Anfilova.

Oleg Tikhomirov. Grasshopper: the Little Soldier. Moscow. Raduga Publishers. 1985. English Translation. Translated from the Russian by Miriam Katz. The story about Alyosha Kuznetsov, a 15 yr old boy from Moscow who fell in battle in 1917 at the time of the October Revolution in Russia. Illustrated by Victor Kirillov. Click through on book for full details.

Grasshopper: by Oleg Tikhomirov - Hardcover - English Translation - 1985 - from PickfordsBooks and

Oleg Tikhomirov. Grasshopper: the Little Soldier. Moscow. Raduga Publishers. 1985. English Translation. Translated from the Russian by Miriam Katz. The story about Alyosha Kuznetsov, a 15 yr old boy from Moscow who fell in battle in 1917 at the time of the October Revolution in Russia. Illustrated by Victor Kirillov. Click through on book for full details.

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