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Soviet Children's Library for Tiny Tots
Publisher: Foreign Languages Publishing House.
Country: USSR. Date: c. 1952-1970s.


Patchie the Spaniel - Bianki (Soviet Children's Library for Tiny Tots) (image)

Patchie the Spaniel
by V. Bianki.
Translated from the Russian by Irina Zheleznova. With drawings by A. Yakobson.
Published by Moscow, Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1960.
Stapled paperback. 20 pages.


SOVIET CHILDREN"S LIBRARY FOR TINY TOTS
Series Note:
Most volumes in the English language; a few in Russian.
Format: Stapled colour-illustrated soft covers.

Titles arranged in alphabetical order

The Ant and the Grasshopper: A Georgian Folk Tale.
by Filippovskij; Translated from the Russian by Fainna Solasko.
1958.
16pp. Beautiful drawings.
"The story of two friends, a grasshopper and an ant, who set off on a journey together. Grasshopper must rescue Ant from drowning when he tries to cross a stream and is carried away."

Bishka
by Konstantin Ushinsky. Translated from the Russian by E. Felgenhauer.
Illustrated by A. Laptev.
c. 1950; c. 1969. 7 p.

The Chick
by Kornei Chukovsky. Drawings by Y. Charushin. Translated from the Russian by E. Felgenhauer [Eugene Felgenhauer].
1962. 12 pp. Colour illustrations. Children's literature --Fables.

Different-Sized Wheels: The Boat
by V Suteev {Vladimir Suteyev]. Translated by Ivy Litvinov.
197-.

The Doughnut from the Wood with a Prickly Hood
by Vitaly Bianki [Vitalii Valentinovich Bianki]. Illustrated by G. Nikolski.
c. 1960.

The Ear of Corn: A Ukrainian Folk Tale
Vasnetsov, Y. (illustrator). Translated from the Russian by E. Felgenhauer.
c. 1950.
120 pp.

The Fox in a Fix
Translated from the Russian by Ivy Litvinov. Drawings by Y. Yasnetov.
193-.

The Goat with the Glass Eyes and Golden Horns: A Byelorussian Folk-tale
Translated from the Russian by E. Felgenhauer. Drawings by I. Bruni [Ivan Bruni].
Date: Between 1950 and 1970 (?).

Little Cock Feather Frock: A Russian Folk Tale
Adapted by A.N. Tolstoi [Aleksey Nikolayevich Tolstoy]. Translated from the Russian by Eugene Felgenhauer. Illustrated by E. Rachev.
197-. 16 pp.
"Little Cock lives in the forest with Cat and Blackbird. Fox tries all kinds of tricks to catch Little Cock while she is alone in the house."

Little Verses for Little Folk
by A. Barto [Agniia Barto]. Illustrated by A. Brei and V. Goryaev.
1955.

Merry Pictures
by A. Laptev [Aleksei Mikhailovich Laptev]. Translated by E. Felgenhauer.
c. 1960.

New Year's in Sokolniki [New Year's in Sokolniki: Lenin Among Children]
by A Kononov; Fainna Solasko; Nikolai Nikolaevich Zhukov
1954.

Patchie the Spaniel
by Vitaly Bianki [Vitalii Valentinovich Bianki]. Translated from the Russian by Irina Zheleznova. With drawings by A. Yakobson.
1960. Stapled paperback. 20 pp.
Children's Russian story about Tanya and her foreign-looking little spaniel Patchie, translated into English. Beautifully illustrated.

Picture Stories
by N. Radlov [Nikolai Radlov]. Text by N. Gernet and N. Dilaktorskaya.
Translated from the Russian by D. Rottenberg.
1965.
Each page contains from one to four pictures with a single short line of text beneath each plate with a series of short amusing animal tales.
Size: 22 x 28cm Landscape. 48pp.

Short Short Stories
by Leo Tolstoy [Lev Tolstoi]. Translated by E. Felgenhauer.
[195-?]
32 unnumbered pages. Size: 28 x 22 cm.
"When they say these stories of Tolstoy are short, they mean SHORT. Maybe 3 sentences. These are all in English, translated by E. Felgenhauer. I'm not sure how good a job she did. I guess Russian children aren't as coddled as Americans. For instance, a child hides in the closet during a storm, and the story says to stay there, because he's a coward. A child confesses to breaking a plate and Dad says he is truthful. Another child broke a teapot at a tea party and scalded herself. A child found a mushroom, but it was wormy."
- Buli-Antiquariat.

Silver Hoof
by P. Bazhov [Pavel Petrovic Bazov]. Translated from the Russian by Eve Manning. Illustrated by M. Uspenskaya.
1952.

The Three Bears
by Leo Tolstoy [Lev Tolstoi]. Drawings by Yuri Vasnetsov. Ttranslated from the Russian by Ivy Litvinov. Original story by Robert Southey.
[1956?]

Two Stories about Paints and Pencils
by V Suteev. Translated from the Russian by Ivy Litvinov.
19--.

Wash 'Em Clean
by Kornei Chukovsky. Translated from the Russian by E. Felgenhauer.
DT: ?

What a Goose!
by V. Suteyev. Translated from the Russian by Ivy Litvinova.
1950.

What is Good and What is Bad
by Vladimir Mayakovsky.
DT: [between 1955 and 1975?]

A Whiskered Little Frisker
by S Marshak {Samuil Marshak]. Translated from the Russian by E. Felgenhauer. Illustrated by Vladimir Lebedev.
[195-?]

Who Said Meow?
by Vladimir Grigor?evich Suteev
[196-?]

The Wolf and the Little Kids
Tolstoy, Aleksey Nikolayevich.
Date: c. 1950-1970.






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