Clever Katya: A Fairy Tale from Old Russia

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Barefoot Books, Sep 1, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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When Katya's father, Ivan, & his wealthy but selfish brother Dmitri disagree about which of them owns a newly born foal, it falls to the Tsar of all Russia to settle the case. The Tsar decides to do so by presenting the brother's with a riddle. As soon as Katya hears the riddle, she knows exactly what to do & the events that follow change all of their lives. Mary Hoffman again brings us a heroine of memorable wit & courage in this beautifully retold traditional Russian fairy tale. To order call 718-260-8946; fax toll free 888-346-9138; e-mail; or write to Barefoot Books, 41 Schermerhorn St., Suite 145, Brooklyn, New York 11201.

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where's the story? :(


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About the author (1998)

Mary Hoffman has written more than sixty books for children. Her 1992 bestseller, "Amazing Grace," was a Reading Rainbow Feature selection and a Book-of-the-Month Club selection. Born in England, Mary Hoffman lives in London with her husband and three daughters.
Jan Ormerod has illustrated more than thirty best-selling children's books, including "Moonlight," "101 Things to Do with a Baby," and "Eat Up, Gemma," Her first picture book, "Sunshine," was an ALA Notable Book. Ms. Ormerod grew up in Australia, but now lives in England with her two daughters.

Cameron is a Toronto painter and giftware designer.

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