Russian Girl: Life in an Old Russian Town

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Scholastic Incorporated, 1994 - Russia (Federation) - 40 pages
A colorful photographic essay, featuring maps, recipes, and a glossary, offers an enthralling view of the life of Olga Surikova, a nine-year-old girl in today's Russia, showing her working on a farm, going to school, meeting friends, and much more.

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An award-winning photojournalist (Eskimo Boy, 1992) focuses on a nine-year-old girl in Suzdal, an ancient Russian town 150 miles from Moscow. Though Kendall makes clear the economic hardships since ... Read full review

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