by TOLSTOY, Leo; James Riordan (Translator); Claus Sievert (Illustrator)
New York: Seaver Books/ Henry Holt, (1988). First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/near fine. 4to. Publisher's boards in original dust jacket. Jacket trivially worn along top edge and spine sunned. Binding fresh. Faint offsetting to front free endpapers, interior else bright and clean. Near fine.
A collection of twenty-five stories created by Leo Tolstoy for the children who attended his school for peasants and serfs, many inspired by Russian folklore. (Inventory #: 17485)
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