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About Masha

Masha is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Masha include Three Little Kittens (A Little Golden Book), Bedtime Stories: Cinderella, Snow White, A child's story of the nativity,.
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Published Works by Masha
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1. Doggies Only, vol.1 (Pets Only) (Kindle Edition) ? 12/03/2016
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2. Three Little Kittens (Hardcover)
    Author: Masha
    Publisher: Goldencraft
? 01/1975
32 Reviews  
3. Bedtime Stories: Cinderella, Snow White (Hardcover)
    Author: Eleanor Graham
    Illustrator: Masha
    Publisher: Wonder Books
? /1946
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4. A child's story of the nativity, (Hardcover)
    Author: Louise Raymond
    Illustrator: Masha
    Publisher: Random House
? /1943
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5. Tale of Peter Rabbit (Hardcover)
    Author: Beatrix Potter
    Illustrator: Masha
    Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap
? /1942
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Comment by M O'Quin on 12/16/2014 at 1:43 PM:
I loved Masha's delicate illustrations as a child, back in the day.
I understand her name is either Maria (or Marie) Simchow Stern, or Natasha Simkhovitch. She was supposed to have studied art in New York. Perhaps she was a Russian immigrant who changed her name.
Anyone have info on... more

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