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తెలుగులో కొన్ని పుస్తకాలు – పార్ట్ 2 | Some books in Telugu – Part 2

There are about 40 odd books translated to Telugu which we have been added. We will look at the first five of them in this post. Some of them have been added in English earlier, some of them are new. … Continue reading

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తెలుగులో కొన్ని పుస్తకాలు – పార్ట్ 1 | Some books in Telugu – Part 1

There are about 40 odd books translated to Telugu which we have been added. We will look at the first five of them in this post. Some of them have been added in English earlier, some of them are new. … Continue reading

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Folktales of the Soviet Union – The Baltic Republics

In this post. we will see the book Folktales of the Soviet Union – The Baltic Republics compiled by Robert Babloyan and Mirlena Shumskaya. About the book The book is a collection of folk tales from the Baltic region. The … 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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A Mountain Of Gems: Fairy Tales of the Peoples of the Soviet Land

In this post we will see a story collection for children. A Mountain Of Gems: Fairy Tales of the Peoples of the Soviet Land.   Many different peoples live in this huge country, each with their own habits and traditions, … Continue reading

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