The Green Island – Datskevich

In this post, we will see the book The Green Island by Victor Datskevich.

About the book

In the book, a father and son (Vadik) explore botanical gardens of Moscow. The book is a nice introduction to nature watch for children which answers many inquisitive questions they may have. The book is full of colour photographs of flora and fauna that they discover.

The book was translated from the Russian to English by Jan Butler, the photographs in the book are by the author and was published by Progress in 1980. Drawings are by V. levin sohn(or son) Telugu translation is by R. V. R (thanks to @var for translation, see the comment below). We also have a link for the Telugu version of the book published by Raduga/Visalandhra Publishers, who republished many of the titles in Telugu.

Do let us know if there are any other translations of this book.

English version link

ఆకుపచ్చ ద్వీపం (Aakupachha Dweepam, Telugu version link )

(All credits to Guptaji)

PS: Can someone translate this Telugu text below? It should the Telugu translator’s name.

green island telugu

PPS: Thanks to @var for the translation.

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2 Responses to The Green Island – Datskevich

  1. var says:

    రంగుల ఫోటోలు = color photos
    వి. ద చ్ కే వి చ్ = V. Dhutchkevitch
    చిత్రాలు: = pictures
    వి. లెవిన్ సోన్ = V. levin sohn(or son)
    అనువాదం: = Translation
    ArviyAr = R. V. R.

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