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About Andrew

Born 1931, in Gorky (originally Lower Novgorod), Soviet Russia. Grew up during WWII with his grandparents. Early on Andrew showed considerable artistic and musical talents. At the end of the war he came to Moscow to live with his parents. He was easily accepted into the Surikov Art Academy but turned it down due to it's overly political orientation. He chose to graduate from the Art Academy of 19... More
Andrew's Published Works Ages Date Published
Books 1 - 3 from Andrew's published works
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1. The Classic Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales (Children's storybook cl...
    Author: Hans Christian Andersen, Sheila Black
    Illustrator: Andrew Babanovsky, Erin Augenstine, Karen Pritchett, Richard Bernal, Richard Walz, Robyn Officer, Arlene Klemushin
    Publisher: Courage Books
Ages 4-8 09/1997
9 Reviews  
2. The Classic Christmas Treasury for Children (Children's Storybook Classi...
    Illustrator: Andrew Babanovsky, Erin Wise, John Gurney, Karen Pritchett, Kay Life, Nancy Carpenter, Robyn Officer, Scott Gustafson
    Publisher: Courage Books
Ages 4-8 09/1997
3 Reviews  
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Profile Comments
Comment by Olga Key on 2/4/2008 at 11:16 AM:
Hello neighbor! I'm originally from Kazan :) I've visited Nizhniy Novgorod a few times :)
Comment by Eric Hammond on 12/6/2007 at 10:34 AM:
Hello, Andrew.
Welcome to JacketFlap.

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