A popular Russian folktale about how the animals wanted but couldn't live together.

32 comments:

  1. Ellie,

    Enjoyable folktale with a parallel truth about societal conflict.

    U

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  2. You're very creative, your videos always make a tough day seem less cruel. Thank you.

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  3. Wonderfully charming--enough to brighten any day. I was wondering when your next video would be ready for the world. And thank you to the children.

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  4. Charming and at the same time interesting. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. The whole act is just so beautifully done, just superb.

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  6. Hi, I've come to meet you and I really liked your blog You have incredible and creatives videos.

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  7. Ellie ~ there is a problem with our blog, we are working on correcting it. We have you as a follower on the wrong one that we will be getting rid of ... please join me at the correct blog as a follower, as I don't want to lose you. TYSM. tTFN ~Marydon

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  9. Ellie,

    exclusive post thats only I can say

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  10. It is very interesting...
    You're very creative...
    Kisses...

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  11. Your blog content is unique.
    It impressed me lot. Also creative work

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  12. HI Ellie, welcome and thanks for following my blog. see you around. Cheerio

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  13. Hi Ellie pleasure to see you, really sweet and nice video of these guys, tell me you are interested in link exchange? I hope you answer. Saludos.

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  14. I've given you an award at my blog http://www.StarlightBlog.com Don't worry if you don't have time to do the whole award thing. Just know that your blog is appreciated.

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  15. And we are animals right? xoxo

    SC

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  16. Teremok is indeed a favorite of Russian children!

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  17. A great job here..i will visit oftenly here : )

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  18. This was very sweet. I teach young adults, and I've almost forgotten how children are able to take on fantasy much more flexibly than any older people do. Nice!

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  19. Hi, am now following, Ellie. Thanks for dropping my blog and doing the same. Nice to meet you.

    That video reminded me of our kids when they did performance theatre.

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