Kashtanka, a story well known to Russian children, can now be enjoyed as an illustrated classic by readers of all ages. It is the story of a young, rusty-red dog who becomes separated from her master and is taken in by the circus. Shown from the dog's-eye view, the human world is seen in a new light. Full color throughout.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
in New and Very Pleasant Acquaintances
2 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
ANTON CHEKHOV Auntie began Auntie felt Auntie jumped Auntie's eyes barking Barry Moser beak began sniffing began wagging black dogs bright light cabinetmaker cabinetmaker's carpenter compared chased chintz closed his eyes danced dark dinner dirty wallpaper Egyptian Pyramid fall asleep fat face Fedyushka feet find her master floor frightened fur coat Fyodor goose stretched growled grrr half mutt hind legs hnnn howled Ivan Ka-ghee Ka-ghee-ghee Kashtanka becomes Kashtanka jumped Kashtanka looked Kashtanka thought Kashtanka whined lessons licked little dog loud loudly Luka Alexandritch master shouted master sighed mattress open his eyes paws pistol poodle remembered roar room with dirty saucer sawhorse scream sitting sleep smell of glue snow stand music stool story stranger mopped street stretched his neck suddenly suitcase Talent tavern thing thousands of faces unfamiliar sidewalk varnish voice wagged her tail walk wall wings woke wood shavings workbench yapped yawned yelping