Books by Lydia Dabcovich

ANNUSHKA'S VOYAGE by Edith Tarbescu
Released: Sept. 21, 1998

"An author's note, with a picture of her mother and aunt, dates the tale to the late 1800s in Russia under Czar Alexander III. (Picture book. 5-9)"
Tarbescu recounts her mother's journey from Russia to America at the turn of the century. Read full book review >
MAISIE by Alice Schertle
Released: March 1, 1995

"See also Anne Shelby's Homeplace (below). (Picture book. 5+)"
A novel in 32 pages. Read full book review >
FEATHERS by Ruth Gordon
adapted by Ruth Gordon, illustrated by Lydia Dabcovich
Released: Sept. 30, 1993

"Dabcovich's zany cartoons re-create a little piece of history in the Eastern European setting and costumes; her loose lines perfectly capture the look of bewildered trust that's standard issue in Chelm. (Picture book. 5-8)"
The good fools of Chelm are hauled out and dusted off for still more ridicule; and, unlike many retellers of their woes, Gordon provides some edifying background on how they came to be so silly. Read full book review >
THE KEYS TO MY KINGDOM by Lydia Dabcovich
Released: April 28, 1992

"A straightforward-looking presentation of an old favorite with a couple of nice extra dimensions. (Folklore/Picture book. 3-8)"
The traditional chant appears here in three languages (English, French, Spanish) and is given a new ``key'': artist's tools, wielded by a pigtailed young artist who can be found in each picture, following the route described and finally arranging the flowers in the basket and using her paints to depict what she has seen. Read full book review >