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Why Water Is Wet by Mailen Konstantinovsky

In this post, we will see the book Why Water Is Wet by Mailen Konstantinovsky. About the book A popular science book on chemistry of water and other molecules and atoms. If I were to ask you what everything in … Continue reading

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We Are Flying Across The USSR by Sergei Baruzdin

In this post, we will see the book We Are Flying Across The USSR by Sergei Baruzdin. About the book Dear Young Reader, Come and join us in a trip across the Soviet Union and see what an interesting land … Continue reading

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Wondrous Ships – Sakharnov

In this post, we will see the book Wondrous Ships by Svyatoslav Sakharnov. About the book Ships ply the seven sea. They puff and chug, and the waves slap against their sides as they hurry on their different ways. One … Continue reading

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Melasia And The Bear by Marko Vovchok

In this post, we will see the book Melasia And The Bear by Marko Vovchok. About the book This little book tells us the story of a little brave girl Melasia who faces a bear alone! The book was translated … Continue reading

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The Three Bears – Tolstoy

In this post, we will see the book The Three Bears by Leo Tolstoy. About the book In this little book a family of bears, father bear, mother bear and little bear Misha, find a little girl in their home. … Continue reading

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The White Deer: A Latvian Folk Tale by Fainna Solasko

In this post, we will see the book The White Deer: A Latvian Folk Tale by Fainna Solasko. About the book This little book tells us the Latvian folk tale of two brothers who are in search of an enchanted … Continue reading

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Chestnut Grey – Bulatov

In this post, we will see the book Chestnut Grey by M. Bulatov. About the book Ivan, youngest of three brothers is considered a fool by his elders. While on watchful duty to guard the wheat fields at night, Ivan … Continue reading

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The Haughty Egg by Eno Raud

In this post, we will see the book The Haughty Egg by Eno Raud. About the book One day Mother hen decides to lay an egg, but the egg disobeys and leaves the nest, rolling away. What happens to the … Continue reading

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The Golden Fish: An Uzbeg Fairy Tale by Fainna Solasko

In this post, we will see the book The Golden Fish: An Uzbeg Fairy Tale by Fainna Solasko. About the book A young fisherman saves a magical fish and releases it back to freedom. How did this magical golden fish … Continue reading

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What The Bat Told Us – Boris Zubkov

In this post, we will see the book What The Bat Told Us by Boris Zubkov. About the book Tools such as battering rams, saws, spears, knives and hammers, bridges, parachutes, aeroplanes, radar and the ant, the gecko, the rattlesnake, … Continue reading

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