|No of pages||208|
|Book Publisher||Ponytale Books|
|Published Date||03 Feb 2021|
|Audio Book Length||03:15:31|
Author : Alexander RaskinNA
Alexander Borisovich Raskin (Александр Борисович Раскин) Russian Soviet writer, satirist, screenwriter. The husband of the writer Frida Vigdorova.
He graduated from the Literary Institute (1938). E. Petrov greatly influenced his formation as a satirist and humorist .
He lived and worked in Moscow. In the 1940s, he worked for the Krokodil magazine. Many of Ruskin's unpublished epigrams were spread orally. According to Wolfgang Kazak, “Ruskin's epigrams to contemporary writers reveal a brilliant command of the language, are distinguished by their sharpness and accuracy”.
Based on the musical "Screen Star", written by Raskin in collaboration with Maurice Slobodsky , the famous movie "Spring" was created .
Until now, the collection of prose miniatures for children "How dad was little" is popular .
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It is often hard for children to think of their Daddy as a ‘little boy’.
Sasha discovered that her Daddy was once upon a time a little boy when she fell ill and her Daddy told her a story about himself when he was her age. Sasha was fascinated by this discovery. So, whenever she would fall sick, she would ask her Daddy to tell her a story about himself ‘when he was a little boy’. and, each time her Daddy would tell her a new story of funny things that ever happened to actual little boys like him or to other little daddies that he knew. After all, all daddies were ‘little boys’ once.
When Daddy was a little boy is a timeless collection of tales that happened to a Daddy when he was a ‘little boy’.