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Books Books 1 - 10 of about 16 related to The ultimate threshold: a collection of the finest in Soviet science fiction.   

Across the Stream

Mirra Ginsburg - Juvenile Fiction - 1991 - 32 pages
A hen and her chicks with the help of a duck and her ducklings find a way to put their bad dreams behind them!
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Clay Boy

Mirra Ginsburg - Juvenile Fiction - 1997 - 32 pages
An insatiable boy made of clay devours everything in sight until a fiesty goat ruins his appetite. Vibrant paintings invigorate this retelling of a Russian folktale.
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Good Morning, Chick

Mirra Ginsburg - Juvenile Fiction - 1980 - 32 pages
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The Foundation Pit

Andreĭ Platonovich Platonov, Mirra Ginsburg - Fiction - 1994 - 141 pages
A 1930s novel on a disillusioned Russian Communist. He analyzes the manner in which people rationalize their membership in the Communist party, turning a blind eye to its excesses.
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The king who tried to fry an egg on his head

Mirra Ginsburg - Juvenile Fiction - 1994 - 32 pages
A poor and foolish king marries off his three daughters to the Sun, the Moon, and the Raven and then tries to copy their special talents.
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Flight and Bliss

Mikhail Bulgakov, Mirra Ginsburg - Drama - 1985 - 158 pages
Two plays deal with the efforts of a group of white officers to survive after the end of the Civil War, and an engineer who travels into the past in a time machine and returns ...
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Three Kittens

Mirra Ginsburg, V. Suteyev - Juvenile Fiction - 1988 - 32 pages
Three playful kittens change colors as they chase a mouse, a toad, and a fish.
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Two Greedy Bears

Mirra Ginsburg, Jose Aruego, Ariane Dewey - Juvenile Fiction - 1990 - 32 pages
A clever fox teaches two bears a lesson about greed.
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The Chick and the Duckling

Vladimir Suteev - Juvenile Fiction - 1988 - 32 pages
Hatched at the same time, the chick is successful at imitating the duck, until the latter goes for a swim.
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The Sun's Asleep Behind the Hill

Mirra Ginsburg - Juvenile Fiction - 2000
The sun, the breeze, the leaves, the bird, the squirrel, and the child all grow tired after a long day and go to sleep.
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