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Russian Tales: Traditional Stories of Quests and Enchantments

Russian Tales: Traditional Stories of Quests and Enchantments

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Rediscover the magic of Russian folktales in a breathtaking illustrated edition.

This collection of traditional stories will sweep you away to the birch forests and ornate palaces of Russia. You'll meet a mysterious girl born from the snow, a terrifying Baba Yaga, and a series of dauntless heroines and heroes willing to fight dragons and cross fiery rivers. Blending whimsical magic with magnificent drama, these tales come to life alongside intricate contemporary art in this special illustrated edition.

POPULAR SERIES: The Tales series gives new life to traditional stories. Celebrating the richness of folklore around the world, and featuring the work of beloved contemporary illustrators, these books are treasured by adults and teens alike.

ICONIC STORIES: Russian stories hold a special place in the hearts of fairy tales fans. Unforgettable characters like Baba Yaga and the Fire-Bird have captured imaginations for generations. In this collection, readers are sure to find old favorites and discover something new.

GORGEOUS SPECIAL EDITION: With a mesmerizing full-page illustration for each story, as well as creamy paper, a ribbon page marker, and a handsome hardcover design, this edition is perfect for gifting and display.

Perfect for:

- Fans of fairy tales and folklore
- Readers with Russian heritage or interested in Russian culture
- Illustration and art lovers
- Adults and teens
- Collectors of illustrated classics
- Fans of the illustrator Dinara Mirtalipova

Author: Dinara Mirtalipova
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Published: 09/07/2021
Pages: 160
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 1.45lbs
Size: 9.10h x 7.40w x 0.80d
ISBN: 9781797209692

About the Author
Dinara Mirtalipova is a self-taught illustrator and designer. Born in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, she grew up steeped in Uzbek/Russian folklore that still influences her work. She now lives in Sagamore Hills, Ohio.

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