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The Little Warranty People

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The warranty, small people who live in and take care of appliances under warranty, must defend themselves against a curious little girl and an army of mice.
Hardcover, 133 pages
Published April 19th 1994 by Knopf Books for Young Readers (first published January 1st 1975)
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I read this book because I wanted to read more international literature. I found it at an auction and after seeing it was from Russia, I bid it up and took it home. It is a very pleasant read. There's no overwhelming drama or depressing parts. It's simple and a calming read.

While this book reminded me of Mary Norton's The Borrowers and John Lawrence Peterson's The Littles series, each has its differences and unique spin about how little people live. For instance, they don't have tails. The Warr
Эти гарантийные человечки-бАААльшие симпотяги:) еще бы была сказка про их приключения немного подлиннее!
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