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    • Bájky 

      Blaha, Richard; Krylov, Ivan Andreevich; Lenko, Július (Mladé Letá. Bratislava, 1959)
      From a Russian original published by Detgiz in Moskow in 1953. The T of C on 80-81 shows forty fables here. There is at least one lovely colored illustration for each fable and perhaps almost one per page. A number of ...
    • The Cicada and the Ant (Russian) 

      Krylov, Ivan Andreevich; Nikolʹskiĭ, G (State Publishing House for Children's Literature. Moscow, 1960)
      This 16-page pamphlet for children contains Krylov's poetry for five fables: GA, The Monkey and the Spectacles, The Elephant and the Dog, FC, and FG. That is a great selection if one is allowed just five fables. Perhaps ...
    • Elephant and Pug: Fables (Russian) 

      Gorokhovskiĭ, Ėduard; Krylov, Ivan Andreevich (Detsckar LiteraturaDetskai͡a Literatura. MoscowMoskva, 1983)
      Some 28 fables are here given two pages each. A large illustration shares space with the fable's title, and there is a continuation or echo on the right page with the text. There are some of the best Krylov illustrations ...
    • The Elephant and the Pug Dog: Fables (Russian) 

      Krylov, Ivan Andreevich; Laptev, A (Gos. izd-vo detskoĭ lit-ry Ministerstva prosveshchenii͡a RSFSRState Publishing House of Children's Literature. MoscowMoskva, 1959)
      This 16-page pamphlet for children contains Krylov's poetry for six fables: The Elephant and the Dog; The Swan, the Pike, and the Crab; The Monkey and the Spectacles; The Monkey and the Mirror; FC; Quartet. If one is ...
    • I. A. Krylov Basni 

      Krylov, Ivan Andreevich; Trzhemet͡skiĭ, Boris (Drofa Pli͡usDrofa Plyus. MoskowMoskva, 2004)
      The first thing to strike one picking up this well-constructed children's book is the glossy appliques on the green cover, with a fox, crow, and cheese highlighted at the center, and four colored circles aligning this ...
    • I. A. Krylov Basni 

      Krylov, Ivan Andreevich (Gerion Publishing. Saint PetersburgSankt-Peterburg, 2003)
      This is a simple small-format book of fables for children. As the T of C on 7 makes clear, there are twenty fables on 52 pages. Do the endpapers depict the Saint Petersburg of Krylov's day? Each fable gets from one to ...
    • I. A. Krylov Basni 

      No Author (Astrel Publishing. Moskow, 2004)
      This is a simple large-format unpaginated book of fables for children. The pages are fully covered, and the animals very lively. Each of nineteen fables receives a two-page spread. Enjoy the huge pack of fruits that the ...
    • I.A. Krylov: Basni 

      Krylov, Ivan Andreevich; Petelina, Irina ("ĖKSMO"Eksmo. MoscowMoskva, 2005)
      This is a very pleasant contemporary rendition of Krylov. The artistic style combines contemporary sensibility with traditional Russian approaches. Thus the fox addressing the crow with cheese in its beak -- and a babuschka ...
    • I.A. Krylov: Basni (Russian) 

      Krylov, Ivan Andreevich (Biblioteca Myrselki: Litographia KommunistLitografii͡a "Kommunist". Tallinn, 1945)
      I am amazed to find a publication from Russia in 1945. My sense has been that they were hardly eating, much less publishing fable books! This is a lovely pamphlet, about 4 x 5 3/4, with twelve pages. On the multi-colored ...
    • I.A. Krylov: Basni (Selected Fables) 

      No Author (Narodna Prosveta. Sofia, Bulgaria, 1951)
      This book is worth the high price I paid for it. It works generally in four-page or six-page units. The first right-hand page has a title, small design, and visual artist's name. The verso of that page is a full-page ...
    • I.A. Krylov: Quartet (Russian) 

      No Author (Altey. Moscow, 2011)
      This is one of five books in a series of Tales done recently by Altey. Three seem to fall outside the realm of fables. These are children's pamphlets of 12 pages, 6¼ x 9. This pamphlet contains five fables: The Cock and ...
    • I.A. Krylov: Quartet (Russian) 

      No Author (Altey. Moscow, 2011)
      Here is an extra copy of this pamphlet. Again, I had to buy all five pamphlets to get the two pamphlets that contain fables. This is one of five books in a series of Tales done recently by Altey. Three seem to fall ...
    • I.A. Krylov: Vorona u Licisa (Fox and Crow) 

      No Author (Altey. Moscow, 2011)
      This is one of five books in a series of Tales done recently by Altey. Three seem to fall outside the realm of fables. These are children's pamphlets of 12 pages, 6¼ x 9. This pamphlet contains five fables: FC; WC; FG; ...
    • I.A. Krylov: Vorona u Licisa (Fox and Crow) 

      No Author (Altey. Moscow, 2011)
      Here is an extra copy of this pamphlet. Again, I had to buy all five pamphlets to get the two pamphlets that contain fables. This is one of five books in a series of Tales done recently by Altey. Three seem to fall ...