133. What It Was Like to Live in the Soviet Union with Eugene Yelchin

Tuesday, November 15, 2016



Episode Summary

Eugene Yelchin joins Adam Camac to discuss his book, Breaking Stalin’s Nose, his experiences growing up in the Soviet Union, and his first impressions upon moving to the United States.

About the Guest

Mr. Yelchin is a children’s book author and illustrator and a fine arts painter. He won a Newbery Honor award for Breaking Stalin’s Nose and is most recently the illustrator of Elephant in the Dark and the author and illustrator of The Haunting of Falcon House. He is the illustrator of the forthcoming book, The Rooster Who Would Not Be Quiet!, and the author and illustrator of the forthcoming book, Spring Hare.

You can follow his work at eugeneyelchin.com, via eugeneyelchinbooks.com, and on Facebook.

Biographical information is from eugeneyelchinbooks.com.

Books Mentioned
1. Breaking Stalin’s Nose authored and illustrated by Eugene Yelchin
2. Elephant in the Dark authored by Mina Javaherbin and illustrated by Eugene Yelchin
3. The Haunting of Falcon House authored and illustrated by Eugene Yelchin
4. Spring Hare authored and illustrated by Eugene Yelchin (January 17, 2017)
5. The Rooster Who Would Not Be Quiet! authored by Carmen Agra Deedy and illustrated by Eugene Yelchin (January 31, 2017)

Resources Mentioned
1. Eugeneyelchin.com
2. Eugeneyelchinbooks.com

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