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Géraldine Elschner (texte) & Aurélie Blanz (illustrations) 32 pages, éditions de L'Elan Vert, octobre 2015 L'histoire : Quelque part là-bas, entre steppe et toundra, vivait l’affreuse sorcière Baba Yaga. Son plat favori était les fillettes rôties. Voici...

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Baba Yagas chicken-legged hut. Large 50x70cm (19,75 x 27,5 inch.) art print

Baba Yagas chicken-legged hut. Large 50x70cm 1975 x by Pomyslownia


Baba-Yaga, peintre E.Bourmak In Slavic myths, Baba Yaga is the wild woman or dark lady of magic and in Russian folklore there are many stories about her. These stories may come from people who lived in the forests of northern Russia and Finland many years ago. They had stone statues named Yaga. Russian soldiers who came to the area called them Golden Babas.