This is nice. An original folk tale retold from childhood memory set against a wheat field of Russia and the people in and...

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MY MOTHER IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN IN THE WORLD

This is nice. An original folk tale retold from childhood memory set against a wheat field of Russia and the people in and around it. A little girl loses her mother and in explaining whose little girl she is, reiterates, ""My mother is the most beautiful woman in the world"". One gets a feeling of friendly comradeship, a glimpse of Russian festival celebration, a picture of a corner of life among the simple country people.

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Publisher: Howell, Soskin

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1945