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  1. English folk tales / arrangement, introduction and retelling from English by O. I. Terekh. Drawings By S. D. Kim. Kiev: Raduga publ., 1980, 151 p. (in Russian)
  2. Bulgarian folk tales / translated from Bulgarian. Ordering By Alexander Ketkov. Opening remarks by Elena Ognyanova. Drawings By Nikolai Storozhenko. Elena Ognyanova. - Kiev: Raduga, 1979. – 190 P. – (Fairy Tales of the peoples of the world).
  3. Vsevolod Nestayko The Adventures of a crane. Kiev: Raduga publ., 1979
  4. Vietnamese folk tales / artist Vadim Ignatov. Kiev: Raduga publ., 1984, 139 p. (in Russian)
  5. Hoffmann, Ernst Theodor Amadeus. Baby Tsahes. Kiev: Folio publ., 2003, 656 P.
  6. Greek folk tales / ordering and retelling from Modern Greek V. I. Stepanenko. Introductory speech by T. M. Chernyshova. Drawings by V. A. Ulyanova and V. A. Buinovsky. Kiev: Raduga publ., 1985, 159 P., ill. - (Fairy tales of the peoples of the world).
  7. Fontanel. Poems, fairy tales, short stories / anthology for extracurricular reading. Kharkiv : door service publ., 2010, 288 p. (in Russian)
  8. Indian folk tales / arranged and translated from Hindi by Stepan Nalyvaiko, introductory speech by Yuri Pokalchuk. Kiev: Raduga publ., 1986, 156 p. (in Russian). - (Fairy tales of the peoples of the world).
  9. Italian folk tales: for young school age / arrangement, introduction and retelling from Italian by Ilka Korunets. Drawings By Svetlana Kim. Moscow: Raduga publ., 1986, 151 p. (in Russian). - (Fairy tales of the peoples of the world).
  10. Fairy Tales of the peoples of Africa / arrangement and introduction by Maria Vengrenovskaya. - Kiev: Raduga, 1993. - 163 P. - (Series "Fairy Tales of the peoples of the world").
  11. Tales of the peoples of Spain / retelling from Basque, Galician, Spanish, Catalan. Ordering By Lev Olevsky. Opening remarks by Vladimir Kharitonov. Drawings By Konstantin Sulima. Kiev: Raduga publ., 1989, 160 P. (Fairy Tales of the peoples of the world).
  12. Fairy Tales of the peoples of Yugoslavia. Kiev: Raduga publ., 1983, 159 p. (in Russian). - (Fairy tales of the peoples of the world).
  13. Chinese folk tales / arrangement, introduction and retelling from Chinese by Ivan Chirk. Drawings By Elena Mikhailova-Rodina. Kiev: Raduga publ., 1991, 159 P. (Fairy Tales of the peoples of the world).
  14. Land of fairy tales. Kharkiv: Luch publ., 2001, 63 p. (in Russian)
  15. Cuban folk tales / translated from Spanish. Ordering By Lev Olevsky. Opening remarks by Mikhail litvinets. Drawings By Radna Sakhaltueva. Kiev: Raduga publ., 1988, 135 p. (in Russian). - (Fairy tales of the peoples of the world).
  16. German folk tales / recorded by The Brothers Grimm. Ordering and opening speech by Evgeny Popovich. Kiev: Raduga publ., 1982, 162 p. (in Russian). - (Fairy tales of the peoples of the world).
  17. Norwegian folk tales: for young school age. Kiev: Raduga publ., 1986, 159 p. (in Russian). - (Fairy tales of the peoples of the world). - (BIBL. Ser.).
  18. Polish folk tales / arrangement, introduction and translation from Polish by M. A. Prigara. Drawings by N. D. Kotel and I. A. Vyshinsky. Kiev: Raduga publ., 1980, 143 P., ill. - (Fairy tales of the peoples of the world).
  19. Romanian folk tales. Kiev: Raduga publ., 1981, 156 P. (Fairy Tales of the peoples of the world).
  20. Slovak folk tales: for young school age. - 2nd ed. / ordering, introductory word and translation from Slovak by D. S. Cherednichenko. Drawings by P. A. Gulin and N. V. Kirillova. Kiev : Raduga publ., 1990, 143 p. (in Russian). - (Fairy tales of the peoples of the world).
  21. one hundred fairy tales of the world / [Afanasy Fraser, Vladimir Verkhovnya, Roman Stavitsky]. Kharkiv, 2013.
  22. Turkish folk tales: for young school age. / Ordering, introductory speech and retelling from Turkish by G. I. Halimonenko. Drawings By A. I. Koshel. Kiev : Raduga publ., 1987, 142 p. (in Russian). - (Fairy tales of the peoples of the world).
  23. Hungarian folk tales / arranged and translated from Hungarian by K. A. Bibikov. Introductory speech by I. P. Megela. Drawings By I. A. Vyshinsky. Kiev: Raduga publ., 1985, 151 P., ill. - (Fairy tales of the peoples of the world).
  24. Ukrainian children's literature. Moscow: Vysshaya Shkola publ., 1976
  25. Ukrainian folk tales: for junior and senior school age / [before. M. K. Dmitrenko; Comp.O. S. Yaremiychuk]; Il. A.D. Bazilevich; Artist. issued. I. P. Kozina. Kiev: Raduga publ., 1989, 412 P. (in Russian)
  26. Ukrainian fairy tales and legends. Simferopol : Tavria publ., 1971, 356 p. (in Russian)
  27. Finnish folk tales / Trans. from Finnish. Zavgorodny O. S., Drawings By Ekaterina Shtanko. - Kiev: Raduga Publ., 2000. – 158 P.: Il. - (Fairy tales of the peoples of the world).
  28. French folk tales / arranged by Elena Khatuntseva, opening remarks by Mikhail Gaidai. Kiev: Raduga publ., 1982, 155 p. (in Russian). - (Fairy tales of the peoples of the world).
  29. Hans Christian Andersen: fairy tales and stories. Moscow: Pravda publ., 1989, 446 p. (in Russian)
  30. interesting fairy tales of the world: Collection. Kharkiv : Luch publ., 2004, 64 p. (in Russian)
  31. Czech folk tales / arrangement, introduction and translation from Czech by Oleg Mikitenko. Kiev: Raduga publ., 1980, 164 p. (in Russian). - (Fairy tales of the peoples of the world).
  32. Japanese folk tales / introduction by Ivan Dzyuba. Kiev: Raduga publ., 1986, 156 P. (Fairy Tales of the peoples of the world).

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