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Read Around The Continents: Eastern Europe Booklist for Kids

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Welcome back for the fourth installment of our series Read Around the Continents! So far we’ve read our way through Africa, South America and North America. 

This month we are exploring the reading, books, and culture of Eastern Europe!

Eastern Europe Booklist for Kids

The Multilingual Thesaurus of the European Union[20] defines the following countries as Eastern Europe: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Georgia, Hungary, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Ukraine.-Wikipedia

Ukrainian Folk Tales by Irina Zheleznova

Ukrainian Folk Tales

Russia the Land by Greg Nickles
Russia The Land
Czech Republic by Charlotte Guillain
P is for Poland by Agnieszka Mrowczynska and Prodeepta Das
Andy’s Cherry Tree by Miranda Haxhia and Zaur Deisadze
Lithuania by Melanie Waldron
Looking at Lithuania by Jan Willen Bultje
Slovenia by Danica Veceric
Slovakia in Pictures by Francesca Di Piazza
The Heart of Europe
Bulgaria by Kristin Van Cleaf
The Mittens by Jan Brett
Ukraine by Kristin Van Cleaf
See any favorites here? Have any titles you’d like to add to our list? Don’ be shy! I’d love to hear your thoughts!
Eastern Europe Booklist for Kids
Eastern Europe Booklist for Kids


4 thoughts on “Read Around The Continents: Eastern Europe Booklist for Kids

  1. Thanks for the Eastern European focus! One of my favourite parts of the world. If you do find any books relating to Armenia/Azerbaijan/Georgia, would love to know. I’ve borrowed the Poland one from the library and used it with a nursery group when the nursery was having an international week. It’s a great one for little kids – and older ones too.

    1. Hi Alison !!! I love Eastern Europe too. Let look and see if I can find any good books on Armenia. Will let you know if I do. Hope all is well over there.

    1. Hi Myra, at first I thought I wasn’t familiar with these books and then after looking up their names I realize I am familiar with their work. I love Miroslav Sasek’s series and have a couple of his books in my collection. I’m more familiar with Anno in his fun math books so I’ll enjoy getting to know his travel series. Thanks for sharing !!!

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