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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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.
This album by Russian artist Alexander Potapov includes high-quality works spanning over various years and genres: graphics, landscapes, still lifes, collages, ceramics.
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.