Winnie-Pukh i vse-vse-vse (Winnie-the-Pooh and All-All-All) includes House at Pooh Corner.

On publication, the only authorized Russian translation. "Winnie-the-Pooh has become a Russian bear.. He converses in the Russian language as if he had spent his entire life on the banks of the Volga." flap.

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Winnie-Pukh i vse-vse-vse (Winnie-the-Pooh and All-All-All) includes House at Pooh Corner.
Milne, A. A.
/B. Diodorov and G. Kalinovskiy, illustrator.
New York: Dutton, 1967, stated first thus; in Russian translated by Boris Zakhoder; gold cloth boards with red Pooh vignette, all-around picture of a black fuzzy Pooh with piglet in tow running through a windy Slavic Forest; 6.75x8.5; 220 pp.
Juvenile hardback.
CONDITION: Very Good Plus in Very Good jacket (VG+/VG); name and address front endpaper, in clipped, lightly rubbed jacket with half inch tears at extremities, abrasion for half inch at spine foot.
Control Number: 
14604