Lviv: Vydannia “Ridna Shkola”, 1931. Original illustrated wrappers. Good. Item #211
Duodecimo (12 X 17 cm). 16 pages: illustrations throughout. Text in Ukrainian. Stamp "Printed in Poland" to front wrapper; inscription in pen to title "Donor: Lena Pechak"; two nicks to spine; fading along edges; internally very good.
A fairy tale about a magical transformation of the duck into a girl.
Bohdan Lepkyi (1872-1941) - a Ukrainian writer, poet, scholar, public figure, and artist. Lepky is best known for his Polish translation of the ancient Ukrainian chronicle Słowo o wyprawie Igora [The Tale of Igor's Campaign] and another translation of the poem Zhuravli [Cranes, 1910], known to Ukrainians throughout the world as the mournful song.
As of April 2020, OCLC, KVK show no other copies; not in trade.