Tatyana Devaeva and Elena Novoselova

What Dads are Afraid Of (in Russian)

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When a child comes into their life, any parent gets an excellent opportunity to become a writer. He or she doesn’t need to go on a round-the-world voyage, live with the pygmies, observe the animals or otherwise work hard to find worthy themes. The source of adventures and stories is always nearby.

The girl Katya lives her child’s life in which things, words and actions look completely different than in the eyes of adults. And her mom gladly collects funny misunderstandings and turns them into small stories that parents love to share with each other. A mustache, a blimp, dad’s fears and toothpaste become a source of unexpected joys and sorrows in the life of mom and daughter.

Hardcover

80 pages

Dimensions: 210 × 210 mm (8,3″ × 8,3″)

Press run: 1500

ISBN 978-5-98062-094-3

Weight: 420 g

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