2 edition of Reading guidance in Soviet children"s libraries. found in the catalog.
1978 by Birmingham Polytechnic [Department of Librarianship] in Birmingham .
Written in English
Presented in part fulfilment of the requirements for a postgraduate diploma in Librarianship.
|Series||Occasional publications -- 3.|
|Contributions||City of Birmingham Polytechnic. Department of Librarianship.|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Miller, Elaine C. Reading guidance in Soviet children's libraries. Birmingham: Birmingham Polytechnic, . The Artful Propaganda of Soviet Children’s Literature In s Russia, children read about sugar beets, hydroelectric plants, and five-year plans.
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Part of the Soviet Children's Library for Tiny Tots. When they say these stories of Tolstoy are short, they mean SHORT. Maybe 3 sentences. These are all in English - there's no Russian in this book. I guess Russian children aren't as coddled as : Lev Tolstoi (Leo Tolstoy). Soviet children’s literature Reading guidance in Soviet childrens libraries.
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The Rare Books and Special Collections Division of the McGill University Libraries maintains a website for their exhibition on Children’s Books of the Early Soviet Era.
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I ended up reading the book too fast (it was due back at the library) and felt like I missed parts of the stories. I wished I had a list of characters and relationships. (but that would have included too many spoilers).
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