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Дни рождения в Простоквашино

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У жителей самой веселой деревни на свете Простоквашино праздников много. Это у нас день рождения, например, только раз в году. А у них этих самых дней рождения - много. В чем секрет? Да в том, что живут они дружно и дни рождения празднуют вместе по очереди. Так с весны и до самой зимы дни рождения в деревне не кончаются. И угощения с подарками тоже...
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Eduard Nikolayevich Uspensky (Russian: Эдуард Николаевич Успенский; born December 22, 1937) is a Soviet and Russian writer and author of several children's books.[1] Among his most beloved characters are a serious but adventurous boy known, for his serious disposition, by the sardonic nickname of Uncle Fyodor (Дядя Фёдор), from Uncle Fyodor, His Dog and His Cat; and the anthropomorphic duo of ...more
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