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I See the Sun in Russia

This fourth installment in an award-winning series follows young Anton through his day in St. Petersburg. He awakens to the strains of “Swan Lake” being played on the piano, visits the Hermitage Museum on a school trip, and practices his violin while dreaming of joining the Mariinsky Theatre orchestra. Stunning collage illustrations. Ages five and up.

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