Old Peter’s Russian Tales

(1 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Jane Nissen Books

Old Peter's Russian Tales is a collection of Russian folk-tales retold/collected by Ransome, originally published in 1916. The book not only offers up some short an dengaging slices o magical fantasy, but is also an intriguing insight in to the myths and folklore of Russian culture.  

Perfect for those children who love Grimm style fairy tales.

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