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What The Bat Told Us – Zubkov

In this post, we will see the book What the Bat Told Us by Boris Zubkov. About the book The book describes physiology and adaptations in animals which have inspired human inventions. There is a term for these innovations called as Biomimetics. … Continue reading

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Sister Fox And The Rolling Pin

In this post, we will see the children’s illustrated book titled Sister Fox And The Rolling Pin based on a Russian folk tale translated by Michelle MacGrath. As usual, the book is lavishly and beautifully illustrated. Here are some snippets: The book … Continue reading

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Kutkha – The Raven

In this post we will see another book on fairy-tales titled Kutkha The Raven This is a book of folk tales and fables of the peoples of the Soviet Far North, the Chukchi Nentsi, Eskimos and others, in which all … Continue reading

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