Bestsellers for children and young adults

  1. Russian Folktales, Rosman (2009)
  2. Viktor Dragunski, Dennis’ Stories, Machaon (2012)
  3. Beloved Russian Folktales, Machaon (2010)
  4. Sergey Mikhalkov, A happy day of Nautiness, Astrel (2012)
  5. Rudolf Raspe, The Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen, Machaon (2012)
  1. Elena Shironina, Wonders of the World: Russia, Rosman (2010)
  2. Lucy Hawking and Stephen Hawking, George and the Big Bang, Pink Giraffe (2012)
  3. Dmitry Yemets, Dragonfly of a second Chance (Divers’ School), Eksmo (2012)
  4. Russian Folktales, Rosman (2009)
  5. Rene Goscinny, Le petit Nicolas, Mahaon (2011)
  1. Elena Shironina, Wonders of the World: Russia, Rosman (2010)
  2. Mikhail Lermontov, Borodino, Mosaika-Sintez (2012)
  3. Vladimir Odoevsky, The Snuff-Box Town, Mescheriakov Publisher (2012)
  4. J K Rowling, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Rosman (2010)
  5. George Oster, Naughty Advice, AST (2011)
  1. Russian Folktales, Rosman (2009)
  2. Tove Jansson, Moomin: The Complete Tove Jansson Comic Strip, Zangavar (2010)
  3. Vladimir Suteev, Tales with Pictures, AST (2009)
  4. Christopher Paolini, Inheritance, Rosman (2012)
  5. Daniil kharms, Naughty Poems, Samovar (2011)
  1. Vitaly Zlotnikov, A Kitten from the Lizyukov street. Tales, Altei & Co (2010)
  2. Christopher Paolini, Inheritance, Rosman (2012)
  3. Russian Folktales, Rosman (2009)
  4. Vladimir Suteev, Tales with Pictures, AST (2009)
  5. J K Rowling, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Rosman (2010)
  1. Samuil Marshak, Poems, AST (2011)
  2. Alexander Pushkin, Fairy Tales, Olma (2011)
  3. Elena Chaika, My first Encyclopaedia, Harvest (2011)
  4. Elena Khomich, What? Why? How?, Harvest (2010/11)
  5. Natalia Malofeeva, Wonders of the World, Rosman (2011)
  1. Dmitri Nedogonov, 7 illustrated Dictionaries of the Russian Language for Children under one Cover, AST (2011)
  2. Elena Khomich, What? Why? How?, Harvest (2010/11)
  3. Elena Chaika, My first Encyclopaedia, Harvest (2011)
  4. Christopher Paolini, Inheritance, Rosman (2012)
  5. N/A, Illustrated Encyclopaedia for Pupils, AST (2012)
  1. Dmitri Nedogonov, 7 illustrated Dictionaries of the Russian Language for Children under one Cover, AST (2011)
  2. Elena Khomich, What? Why? How?, Harvest (2010/11)
  3. Elena Chaika, My first Encyclopaedia, Harvest (2011)
  4. Christopher Paolini, Eragon, Rosman (2012)
  5. N/A, Illustrated Encyclopaedia for Pupils, AST (2012)
  1. Elena Chaika, My first Encyclopaedia, Harvest (2011)
  2. Dmitri Nedogonov, 7 illustrated Dictionaries of the Russian Language for Children under one Cover, AST (2011)
  3. Elena Khomich, What? Why? How?, Harvest (2010/11)
  4. Natalia Shcherba, Chasodei. Clock Tower, Rosman (2012)
  5. Granny’s Tales, AST-Press (2010)
  1. Elena Khomich, What? Why? How?, Harvest (2010/11)
  2. Viktor Dygalo, Military Encyclopaedia, Rosman (2009/11)
  3. Alexander Pushkin, Fairy Tales, Olma (2011)
  4. Tatiana Koval, About Animals for Kids, Altei & Co (2010/11)
  5. Sergey Mikhalkov, Uncle Stepan, Samovar (2010/11)
  1. Dmitry Yemets, Methodius Buslaev. Flamy Gates, Eksmo (2011)
  2. Tatyana Rashina, Best Stories for Kids, Prof-Press (2011)
  3. Korney Chukovsky, Collection of the Fairy Tales by Granddad Korney, Prof-Press (2010/11)
  4. Alexander Pushkin, Fairy Tales, Olma (2011)
  5. N/A, Russian Folk Tales, Prof-Press (2011)