The Adventures of Zdravka – Book 1 (Russian Edition)
Publication Date: March 1, 2016

The Adventures of Zdravka - Book 1 by Svetlana Oss (Russian Edition)Zdravka is a smart and athletic kid with the singular ability to understand animal language. She studies at a special school where everything is different. One day her cousin joins the school and she is asked to take patronage over him to help this sluggish, roly-poly teen to meet the school’s highest fitness standards. But all of a sudden Zdravka is kidnapped by some malefactors who want to use the girl as a communicator in their sinister plans. To everyone’s surprise, her clumsy cousin helps the police to find her and solve the crime.
The book is a great read that promotes healthy life style among kids and helps then to get a new language skill.

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A Thousand Years in a Day (Russian Edition)
Publication Date: February 22, 2016

A Thousand Years in a Day by Svetlana Oss (Russian Edition)The true story of a girl born in 1942 in Communist Ukraine. She dared to believe in God when no one else at her school did. The bullying she suffered whilst a teenager, was so bad that she had to live a double life: at school and in the church. Her teachers, classmates and even her Mom turned away from her. Finally she met a boy who became he soulmate and together they started a secret journey to the world of their own where there were no restrictions to look for the truth. They ended up being banished from their homes and escaped to Kazakhstan to fully explore life, faith and freedom.
Packed with a wealth of historical material and authentic glimpses of Russian life in the 1950’s, this book is an excellent reading for those who study Russian language and want to know more about what it was like to be a Christian in the former USSR.

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Don’t Go There: The Mystery of Dyatlov Pass
Publication Date: December 11, 2015

Don't Go There: The Mystery of Dyatlov Pass by Svetlana OssNine university students mountaineering in the Urals go missing, and are later uncovered from the snows of a bleak forest’s edge in the Siberian Taiga, in a series of grisly discoveries. Why were the climbers wearing no boots? Why were stout branches of the forest pines singed to a height of thirty feet? What were the mysterious markings in the bark of nearby trees? What was so-called “overwhelming force” that was capable of breaking eight ribs in a single blow without bruises? Why the KGB infiltrated all the search parties and attended the funerals? Why the clothes were tested for radiation? A real story that happened in Russia in 1959 and has become one of the world’s creepiest mysteries. New information, new analysis, new intelligence – the answer will astound you.

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