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The Cock With The Crimson Comb Retold by Victor Vazhdayev. Translated from the Russian by Irina Zheleznova. Lovely full colour illustrations by K. Ovchinnikov on every page and many double page.

The Cock With The Crimson Comb Retold by Victor Vazhdayev. Translated from the Russian by Irina Zheleznova. Lovely full colour illustrations by K. Ovchinnikov on every page and many double page.

Baba Yaga house.(In Slavic folklore, Baba Yaga is a supernatural being (or one of a trio of sisters of the same name) who appears as a deformed and/or ferocious-looking woman).

Baba Yaga house.(In Slavic folklore, Baba Yaga is a supernatural being (or one of a trio of sisters of the same name) who appears as a deformed and/or ferocious-looking woman).

Irina Zheleznova, (Translated by). Ukranian Folk Tales. Kiev. Dnipro Publishers. 1985. Second printing. A collection of seventy-eight short stories translated from the Ukranian by Irina Zheleznova. Beautiful colour illustrations throughout by Yuri Kryha. Click through on book for full details.

Irina Zheleznova, (Translated by). Ukranian Folk Tales. Kiev. Dnipro Publishers. 1985. Second printing. A collection of seventy-eight short stories translated from the Ukranian by Irina Zheleznova. Beautiful colour illustrations throughout by Yuri Kryha. Click through on book for full details.

("But Loki, foxes go on the foxes board." Blank stare. "Most Lokeans don't like foxes?" Blank stare. "Fine.")

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. Translated from the Russian by James Riordan. Illustrated by Galina Anfilova.

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