DAN FLICK – USA

This collection of Russian stories was particularly interesting to me. I had never heard ANY of these stories which made them even more interesting. I can’t emphasize how outstanding this book (and its sequel) was.

MARIA CULMER – UK

I really enjoyed these tales. Each story is around 4-5 pages long, giving a real sense of achievement of finishing a story in one sitting. These were challenging for me, a little above my level, but not so much that I lost the enjoyment of reading a story. Having new...

GABRIELLA STRANGES – Switzerland

I really liked the tales in this book, some were familiar to me and others were completely new. It’s a good recommendation because you can train both your listening and reading skills while learning many new words!!! I am looking forward to the second part of these...

MOUNA CHEBLAK – Canada

I liked the book so much because I learned more about stories that move Russian children, as I hope also to learn more about the Russian adult mind. The book helped me learn new common sentences and constructions which I heard for the first time. No need to panic if a...

BONNIE YELVERTON – USA

I’ve always loved fairy tales and folk tales. When I was a child, I looked forward to the Baba Yaga stories that were published in a children’s magazine several times a year. So when I saw these stories, I was delighted to continue my acquaintance with...