Russian Winter Folk Tales by Tatiana Sorokina
By Tatiana Sorokina, for the The Children’s Book Review
Published: November 18, 2011
Champaign, IL 11/1/11 – “Russian Winter Folk Tales” by Tatiana Sorokina is an exciting collection of 20 folk tales for all ages that takes you on a thrilling adventure to Winter Wonderland. You will meet Father Frost, Snowmaiden, Fairy Snowflake, Master of the Winds, Queen Winter and many other amazing characters. You will take a ride on an oven, go ice fishing, make a journey to the North and find answers to such questions as: How winter begins? Why snow is white? Why fir tree is evergreen? Why the sun does not rise in the North in winter?
While guiding children through vast and mysterious landscapes of Russia the book also teaches them the importance of honesty, friendship, hard work, generosity, courage and quick wit.
All beautiful illustrations in this book are created by children, winners of the International Art Contest organized by the author in 2010.
The book is available for purchase at Amazon.com.
To learn more about Tatiana Sorokina and her books, please visit the author’s website: http://www.unforgettable-christmas.com
The Author Showcase is a place for authors and illustrators to gain visibility for their works. This article was provided by the author. Learn more …