Leo Tolstoy Alexei Pakhomov Fainna Glagoleva
Stories for Children
April 24, 2019 Comments.. 665
Stories for Children Leo Tolstoy the great Russian writer is also the author of several books of short stories for children This volume includes several of Tolstoy s stories for children

  • Title: Stories for Children
  • Author: Leo Tolstoy Alexei Pakhomov Fainna Glagoleva
  • ISBN: 5050017092
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Paperback
  • Leo Tolstoy, the great Russian writer, is also the author of several books of short stories for children This volume includes several of Tolstoy s stories for children.

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    1. William Hiser says:

      FolktaleStories for Young People, written by Leo Tolstoy, edited by Donna Tussing Orwin and illustrated by Herve Blondon, is a 80 page children’s collection of folktales published by Sterling in 2005. It was written for grades 5 -8, ages 10 – 14. This A collection of five short stories by nineteenth-century Russia author Leo Tolstoy that includes folktales and fairy tales. Although the stories are set in nineteenth century Russia, their plots are universal. Filed with plot twists, these clev [...]

    2. Ed says:

      I would not say this is for children. Good stories and I enjoy that there is a narrative thread throughout.

    3. Monica Taylor-Jones says:

      Why is it about A (devil)This book would be amazing if it was not about the devil I hate the devil I love GODO

    4. Sharon Barrow Wilfong says:

      I don't know if Tolstoy wrote these stories or compiled them. They are small moral tales like Aesop's Fables, each only a paragraph long. Still they are interesting and worth reading.

    5. Nidhi Singh says:

      One of the books from my childhod!!

    6. Harshitha says:

      good book

    7. Sarah says:

      Five short stories written in a folktale style by Leo Tolstoy, including The Three Questions. I enjoyed using this book as an introduction to Tolstoy for my fifth graders. We used it as a springboard to talk about philosophy, Russia, and literary themes of grace and forgiveness. The introduction includes a brief biography of Leo Tolstoy. Literary device: metaphor

    8. Amila Wickramage says:

      Fantastic book. My 10 year old daughter loved it. Very touching stories. Highly recommended.

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