My Russian lessons are coming along. I'm learning to read "The Three Bears". It was written by Tolstoy, which I didn't know. Goldilocks was a Western literary addition. In the original story her character doesn't have a name, but is known as 'a little girl'. The father bear's name is Mikhail Ivanovich, the mama bear's name is Natasha Petrovna, and the baby bear is Mishutka.
The book I ordered from Amazon arrived today. I didn't know that the vendor was in Moscow. That explains why it took three weeks to get to me.
It's beautifully illustrated, but it's more like a pamphlet than a book. Nevertheless, it was worth the price to have it, and someday, Insha'Allah, I can read it to a little Russian child.