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 "Russian Tale "Gusi-Lebedi"" [tmat000029]

Weight:  0.80 LBS

    Height: 15.00 cm (5.85 in)

Author:  Tatiana Morozova
 $24.00  $322.00 
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5 dolls. Russian Tale "Gusi-Lebedi" ( also knows as “Tale of Geese- Swans”)
The tale is about adventure of a girl names Alenushka and her little brother Ivanushka in the domain of Baba Yaga, popular character of Slavic folk tales. The set of the dolls represents the father, the mother of the family, two children and Baba Yaga, who according to tales practices witchcraft and likes to steal, cook, and eat little children.

Tale of Geese- Swans
Once upon a time lived a family. One day parents decided to travel into the city for the fair and ordered their daughter Alenushka to look after her younger brother Ivanushka. Distracted by the game with her girlfriend, Alenushka completely forgot about her little brother. Suddenly she saw that Ivanushka was taken away by Geese-Swans. Alenushka decided to find her brother and bring him back. On her way she ran into The Stove and asked if it saw her brother. The Stove answered that she will talk only after Alenushka tries one of The Stove’s freshly baked cakes. Being in too much of a hurry, Alenushka refused. Next she met The Apple Tree and asked it the same question. The Apple Tree offered some apples to Alenushka, but Alenushka said that she would not like its apples. The disappointed Apple Tree did not help Alenushka either. Then the girl saw The Milk River. She asked the river about her brother, but didn't want to drink the milk, so the Milk River refused to help as well. Soon Alenushka found herself in the middle of a very deep forest, in front of a wooden hut standing on two chicken legs. It was a house of Baba Yaga, an old wicked evil woman practicing witchcraft. Alenushka saw her little brother in the hut, grabbed him and started running away. Baba Yaga saw that and ordered Geese-Swans to chase and catch the children. Alenushka with her brother ran and ran and suddenly, they saw Geese-Swans. Kids ran to the Milk River and asked it to hide them. The Milk River offered Alenushka to drink some milk and the girl agreed, so the River hid children. When Geese-Swans flew back Alenushka took her brother and they ran to their house. Geese-Swans were after them again, but children came to the Apple Tree and asked it to hide them. The Tree agreed when Alenushka ate its apple. Next children came to the Stove and it hid Alenushka and Ivanushka after the girl ate a cake. Geese-Swans tried to get the children but couldn't, they only burned their wings and flew back to Baba Yaga. Finally, children came home safely and from that time Alenushka always looked after her brother.
Size: 15cm.


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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 12 November, 2004.
Russian Tale "Gusi-Lebedi"

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