Lina Rozina — Le voyage incroyable de Neta et Mark, or The Mysterious Story of the Tornado, the Mustaches, and the Eiffel Tower
An example of a children’s book inspired by and based on family history.
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This book is about the formation and transformation of character, about the reassessment of values, about choosing your own path. Its plotline is inspired by real events from the author’s life.
Yakov Tsukerman’s book is a fascinating story about the capital of the world, New York, viewed through the prism of many Jewish destinies.
Sergey Nefedov is quite a famous artist. Yet his fame is akin to the fame of some Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn, or if you like, Picasso or Modigliani. Despite his age, he remains a person who looks at the world through the eyes of a child.
This book of poems by Dmitri and Inga Medousta is a truly “dense” read, poetry not of words, but of states…
A unique book, which, for full impact, needs to be seen… flipped through… breathed with.
This book opens up an incredibly special world to the reader: the world of gardens, flowers, and garden bouquets.
This book is not a reference book for a dendrologist or landscape designer, nor is it a collection of tips and tricks for the amateur gardener.
The diary of Alexander Popov, director of Russia’s famous Physics and Mathematics Institute, is abundant with the passionate confessions of a bright individual, outstanding teacher, and talented writer.
The story told in this book can truly be called “botanical,” for a considerable number of its pages are devoted to the description of various – and quite exotic – plants. However…
Love and separation, the masculine and feminine, youth and old age, life and death – it is these eternal questions upon which the author meditates in his book.