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The New Moscow International Children's Book Fair (New MICBF 2021) presents books by Russian children's publishers at the China Shanghai International Children's Book Fair (CCBF 2020)! November 13-15, 2020
Museum Line КIDS at CCBF 2020, November 13-15
Museum Line KIDS presents Russian and international art publishing for children, in Shanghai we will focus on museum edutainment, tales remade by contemporary artists and comics guides to art and culture.
Museum Line
In 2021 MIBF Museum Line once again will highlight increasing influence of museums as art and nonfiction publishers as well as will inspect educational, research, exhibition and online activities of leading museums and cultural institutions as resource and platform for further museum & publisher collaboration.

MIBF Museum Line presents publishing and educational programs of leading museums, their research activities and exhibition projects, uniting professionals of publishing and museum world. MIBF Museum Line is books on art, architecture, photography, books on theater and cinema, design and fashion, sociology, philosophy and psychology of culture, publications on contemporary art and new media, as well as urban and ecology, natural sciences and other fields of knowledge falling into the territory of interests of the modern museum.
Illustrated books
This section presents the silent book "Grasshopper" by Tatiana Ukhova (In 2019, the book was selected for the exhibition of 100 outstanding books chosen by the professional community DPICTUS at the Frankfurt Book Fair), the comics "SONYA FROM 7 'BEEEY'" - created in tandem of book designer Tim Yarzhombek and the writer Alexei Oleinikov, also the book, which story begins with an illustration by the comicsist Varvara Pomidor, and continues with the story by the writer Hélène Mallet about Mona Olala, who lives in a city where letters are at every turn. She loves stuffing her pockets with them.

Mona, Tanya, two very different Sonyas, a blind girl, Irochka - these are the main characters of the books of this shelf - they are of different ages, diverse possibilities, with poignant stories, each of which will remind the reader of something familiar, but at the same time it will open a new (unknown) wonderful world.

Also in this section you will find: "Hello, horse!" by Asya Kravchenko, "My Woodpecker's Music " by Anna Anisimova, "Irochka" by Yulia Kuznetsova and others.
Non-fiction for children
As part of this direction, we discuss where the boundaries of the genre lie, how it differs from fiction, and how to talk with children about science in an interesting, honest, and without oversimplification way.

Science journalist, museum educator, sports commentator, film critic, musician, comicsist - all these are the authors and writers of the children's Russian non-fiction, presented at the Children's Fair in Shanghai with debut.

The books in the exhibition talk with children about the body and embodiment , about the gravity and strength of a bird's feather, about the scientific meaning of the word "parasites", about the history of football and women's football, in particular, about the favorite pets of paleontologists and many other things, which children often ask adults about and each other . However, the book stories also answer questions that have not yet been asked by readers, but this makes the answers no less interesting to them.

On the book display you will find: "Why do not Birds fall" by Ilya Kolmanovsky, "AMAZING PARASITES: plants, fungi, animals" by Alena Vasnetsova, " THE BALL IS IN PLAY!" by Alexei Durnovo, "Paleontologists and Their Pets" by Anton Nelikhov, "Big Book. The human body" by Sergey and Natalia Gordienko and others.


Anton Nelikhov "Paleontologists and their pets"
Publisher: A Walk Through History
Website: https://www.peshkombooks.ru
Contacts: Alexandra Litvin, foreignrights@peshkombooks.ru

Katya Kovalevskaya "Worthy Earth"
Publisher: EYE
Website: https://eye-books.ru
Contacts: Katya Zekavitsa, kate@eye-books.ru

Tanya Ukhova "Grasshopper"
Publisher: Samokat
Website: https://samokatbook.ru/
Contacts: Evgeniya Ekadomova, evgeniya.karpenko@samokatbook.ru

Anna Anisimova, Julia Sidneva "My Woodpecker's Music "
Publisher: Samokat
Website: https://samokatbook.ru/
Contacts: Evgeniya Ekadomova, evgeniya.karpenko@samokatbook.ru

Asya Kravchenko, Tatiana Petrovska "Hello, Horse!"
Publisher: Apricotbooks
Website: https: //www.apricotbooks.ru/
Contacts: Lyudmila Nikitina, editor@apricotbooks.ru

Hélène Mallet, Varvara Pomidor "Mona Olala"
Publisher: Boomkniga
Website: https: //boomkniga.ru
Contacts: Dmitry Yakovlev, boomkniga@gmail.com

Alexey Oleinikov, Timofey Yarzhombek "SONYA FROM 7 'BEEEY'"
Publisher: Albus Corvus
Website: http: //albuscorvus.ru
Contacts: Galina Bocharova, albuscorvus.bocharova@gmail.com

Alexey Durnovo "The ball in play!"
Publisher: Albus Corvus
Website: http: //albuscorvus.ru
Contacts: Galina Bocharova, albuscorvus.bocharova@gmail.com

Scientific anthology for children "The Stardust Book Series"
Publisher: KIT
Website: https://kitread.ru/
Contacts: Anastasia Troyan, anastasia@kitread.ru

Alena Vasnetsova, F. Vladimirov "Amazing parasites. Plants, fungi, animals "
Publisher: A Walk Through History
Website: https://www.peshkombooks.ru
Contacts: Alexandra Litvin, foreignrights@peshkombooks.ru

Natalia and Sergei Gordienko "Big Book. The human body "
Publisher: AST
Website: https: //ast.ru
Contacts: Alla Kuperman, Kuperman.AA@eksmo-ast.ru

Alexander Chukavin "All about different cars"
Publisher: AST
Website: https: //ast.ru
Contacts: Alla Kuperman, Kuperman.AA@eksmo-ast.ru

Peter Voltsit "Why are zebras striped?"
Publisher: AST
Website: https: //ast.ru
Contacts: Alla Kuperman, Kuperman.AA@eksmo-ast.ru

Ilya Kolmanovsky "Why Do not Birds Fall"
Publisher: The Pink Giraffe Publishing house
Website: https://www.pgbooks.ru
Contacts: Julia Zagachin, julia.zagachin@pgbooks.ru

Julia Kuznetsova "Irochka"
Publisher: KompasGuid
Website: https: //www.kompasgid.ru/ru
Contacts: Marina Kadetova, kgd.rights@gmail.com

Lyalya Kandaurova "Learn to listen to the music"
Publisher: Alpina Kids
Website: https: //www.alpinabook.ru
Contacts: Alina Knizhnik, alinak@alpina.ru

Anton Dolin "How to watch a movie"
Publisher: Alpina Kids
Website: https: //www.alpinabook.ru
Contacts: Alina Knizhnik, alinak@alpina.ru

Nadezhda Kovaldina "How to view a sculpture?"
Publisher: The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts
Website: https://pushkinmuseum.art
Contacts: Marina Ohanyan, marina.oganyan@arts-museum.ru, Lana Dmitrieva, lana.dmitrieva@arts-museum.ru

Anna Chudetskaya "How to watch graphics?"
Publisher: The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts
Website: https://pushkinmuseum.art
Contacts: Marina Ohanyan, marina.oganyan@arts-museum.ru, Lana Dmitrieva, lana.dmitrieva@arts-museum.ru

Hans Christian Andersen "Thumbelina"
Publisher: V-A-C press
Website: http://www.v-a-c.ru/ru/press/
Contacts: Daria Atlas, daria.atlas@v-a-c.ru

Oscar Wilde "That's a great rocket"
Publisher: V-A-C press
Website: http://www.v-a-c.ru/ru/press/
Contacts: Daria Atlas, daria.atlas@v-a-c.ru

Lewis Carroll "Alice's Adventure in Wonderland"
Publisher: V-A-C press
Website: http://www.v-a-c.ru/ru/press/
Contacts: Daria Atlas, daria.atlas@v-a-c.ru

Varvara Pomidor, Daria Agapova "A Journey through the Hermitage. The Queen of Tulips "
Publisher: Arka
Website: http: //arcapublishers.ru/
Contacts: Varvara Pomidor, varvarapomidor@gmail.com
Journey through the Hermitage. Queen of the Tulips
Varvara Pomidor, Darya Agapova

They were there for different reasons: Vanya was hiding in the museum crowds to escape from fatigue and a sour mood, while Tasya had wandered away from her parents and gotten lost while collecting ideas for her album. The kids find that they have something in common: the ability to travel through time and space by gazing deeply and observantly into paintings. For them, the images become portals into a different reality, where they meet Rembrandt and his characters and also encounter the Queen of the Tulips.

In Shanghai, the Museum Line consolidates several cross-cutting activities of The Moscow International Book Fair (MIBF) and The New Moscow international children's book fair 2021 (New MICBF) in the presented selection of books: children's non-fiction, book illustration and book design, as well as Russian comics.

Publishing house The State Hermitage, ARCA Publishers
ISBN 978-5-91208-281-8
2018

Contacts: varvarapomidor@gmail.com
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Painter: Pavel Pepperstein
Kovaldina N.N.

What is sculpture? What are its features? How do I view a piece of sculpture to see it? The richly illustrated book introduces the reader to the materials, techniques of sculpture and its types: from fine fine plastics to monumental equestrian monuments. The publication tells a fascinating story about the characters and subjects of sculptural works. The publication is intended for children of secondary school age and can also be recommended to teachers of world art culture and Museum teachers.

The V–A–C Foundation presents a children's fairy-tale series designed by contemporary Russian artists. This is a long–term project within the V–A-C publishing program. For cooperation and rights acquisition, write to Daria Atlas, daria.atlas@v-a-c.ru.

Publishing house V-A-C Press
ISBN 978-5-907183-07-0
2020
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Painter: Pavel Pepperstein
Kovaldina N.N.

What is sculpture? What are its features? How do I view a piece of sculpture to see it? The richly illustrated book introduces the reader to the materials, techniques of sculpture and its types: from fine fine plastics to monumental equestrian monuments. The publication tells a fascinating story about the characters and subjects of sculptural works. The publication is intended for children of secondary school age and can also be recommended to teachers of world art culture and Museum teachers.

The V–A–C Foundation presents a children's fairy-tale series designed by contemporary Russian artists. This is a long–term project within the V–A-C publishing program. For cooperation and rights acquisition, write to Daria Atlas, daria.atlas@v-a-c.ru.

Publishing house V-A-C Press
ISBN 978-5-907183-07-0
2020
How to watch a movie
Anton Dolin, illustrations by Konstantin Bronzit

This book was intended as a children's book, but it turned out to be a book for everyone. You will learn the most important and interesting things about the vast and complex world of cinema in the shortest possible time. Anton Dolin,one of the most famous Russian film critics, analyzed the main questions about cinema and tried to give them simple and clear answers. Is it possible to protect yourself from disappointment? How do I distinguish art from entertainment (and do I need to)? How to start exploring the classics of cinema? Will the movie die and when, or will it live forever? Of course, this is only the beginning of a long journey for the attentive and biased viewer — the simplest guide, the rules of survival. But isn't that the most important thing? That is why the authors of the book took such a responsible approach to their tasks — Anton Dolin tested the text on his own children (the tests were successful!), and Konstantin Bronzit, a famous animator and artist (and also an Oscar nominee), created funny and unusual illustrations. With their help, you will make a wonderful journey through the maze of cinema — fascinating, mysterious.

Alpine Kids Publishing House presents book series on how to understand art for teenagers and adults. Contact person Alina Knizhnik alinak@alpina.ru

Publishing house Alpina Kids
ISBN 978-5-9614-3088-2
2020
How to view graphics? Series "Learning to Look"
Chudetskaya A.Y.

The book is mainly devoted to one type of graphics — drawing, on the example of which the author reveals the features of the artistic language of graphics, trying to tell just about the complex. The techniques and materials of this type of fine art are described separately. Numerous illustrations make the material more fascinating. The book is addressed to children of secondary school age and can be recommended to school and Museum teachers for conducting classes.

Dear friends! We are happy to welcome you on behalf of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts! To request images and the rights to reproduction - please address managers of licensing projects of the Department of sales of goods and services – Marina Oganyan marina.oganyan@arts-museum.ru and Dmitrieva Lana lana.dmitrieva@arts-museum.ru Thank you!

Publishing house The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, ABCdesign
ISBN 978-5- 89189-012-1
2020
Learn to listen to the music
Lyalya Kandaurova illustrations by Ellis Mugafarova

Why should we love sophisticated music? How does an experienced listener "read" a musical piece? Why is it important to know various interpretations of one and the same musical piece? What is a theorbo, what are ground bass and sonorism? Which of the Russian composers was Mozart's contemporary? How not to mistake Verdi for Monteverdi? You will find this book an easy read if you already have a little listening experience and an interest in music and movies. Certainly, being able to play an instrument, knowing the notes and loving to sing is a helpful thing for a competent listener, but not at all necessary. It will be fun reading this book together with your parents and sharing with them what you have learned. This book contains five parts. You may read it chapter by chapter, from cover to cover, or you may use it as a tourist guidebook to which you turn in whatever part of the unknown city your feet and chance have brought you to.

Publishing house Alpina Kids
ISBN 978-5-9614-2998-5
2020

Contacts: Alina Knizhnik alinak@alpina.ru
That's a great rocket. Artist: Sveta Shuvaev
Oscar Wilde

Do you like fireworks and fireworks? The main characters of the fairy tale "The wonderful rocket" by Oscar Wilde are not people or even animals, but talking things. A large Roman candle, a fire fountain, a small Firecracker, a Sparkler, a small Fireball, and A wonderful rocket. Each firework is not like another, it has its own character, its own way of speaking, its own goals, desires and its own view of the world of people. This is the second edition of V–A–C Press in the fairy-tale series for children, in which books are designed by modern Russian artists. The project draws on the tradition of Soviet illustration, whose representatives not only wrote books for children, but also played a key role in the artistic process of their time.

The V–A–C Foundation presents a children's fairy-tale series designed by contemporary Russian artists. This is a long–term project within the V–A-C publishing program. For cooperation and rights acquisition, write to Daria Atlas, daria.atlas@v-a-c.ru.

Publishing house V-A-C Press
ISBN 978-5-907183-06-3
2019
Thumbelina. Artist: Alexey Buldakov
Hans Christian Andersen

The fairy — tale series is a long–term project of V–A-C press as part of the children's publishing program, renewing the tradition of Soviet illustration, whose representatives not only designed books for children, but also played a key role in the development of the art of their time.

The V–A–C Foundation presents a children's fairy-tale series designed by contemporary Russian artists. This is a long–term project within the V–A-C publishing program. For cooperation and rights acquisition, write to Daria Atlas, daria.atlas@v-a-c.ru

Publishing house V-A-C Press
ISBN 978-5-041854-3-8
2019
Dutch painters of the 17th century. Series "Learning to Look"
Zakharova I.V.

The book is addressed to high school students. After a brief General excursion into the history of Dutch painting of the XVII century, the author dwells in detail on the description of characteristic subjects, themes and genres. A special section is dedicated to the works of Rembrandt. The publication is richly illustrated.

Dear friends! We are happy to welcome you on behalf of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts! To request images and the rights to reproduction - please address managers of licensing projects of the Department of sales of goods and services – Marina Oganyan marina.oganyan@arts-museum.ru and Dmitrieva Lana lana.dmitrieva@arts-museum.ru

Publishing house The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, ABCdesign
ISBN 978-5-89189-014-5
2019
I'm sailing to where the New Year is
Irina Zartayskaya

Publishing house AST Publishers
ISBN 978-5-17-119372-0
2020

Contacts: Alla Kuperman Kuperman.AA@eksmo-ast.ru
How do Christmas balls grow
Aya An

Publishing house AST Publishers
ISBN 978-5-17-108220-8
2019

Contacts: Alla Kuperman Kuperman.AA@eksmo-ast.ru
My cute medvejik Illustrator Nina Korovina
Ekaterina Matyushkina

Publishing house AST Publishers
ISBN 978-5-17-107075-5
2019

Contacts: Alla Kuperman Kuperman.AA@eksmo-ast.ru
Manyuna Illustrator Еlena Zhukovskaya
Narine Abgaryan

Publishing house AST Publishers
ISBN 978-5-17-087068-4
2020

Contacts: Alla Kuperman Kuperman.AA@eksmo-ast.ru
Tim the Wanderer or detective agency "Agata"
Oksana Silayeva, illustrations by Eugene Smolentseva

While scientists argue whether a dream is reality or fiction, Oksana Silayeva, the author of the fantasy series "Tim the Wanderer" invites you into the wonderful world of Amalgam. Here the logic of the awake one breaks against the omnipotence of the sleeper. Tim came here almost by accident, before he learned about the wanderers. He believed: any future can be changed. Every night the boy finds himself in a family detective agency on the alley of Silver Chestnuts, almost fearlessly explores the fantastic world, its inhabitants and unravels "cases" worthy of Sherlock Holmes. Fortunately, his mentor is the real goods — а guide between universes, а family friend of four generations, а huge lynx named Pretzel. To sum up, every night brings a new sleuthing and adventure, just have time to fall asleep and wake up. The book geares towards everyone who dreams of traveling to other worlds. To be continued!

Publishing house Apricot Publishing LLC
ISBN 978-5-4370-0033-5
2019

Contacts: Julia Zagachin julia.zagachin@pgbooks.ru
Karasik the Detective. 12 riddles for children and parents
Ekaterina Kronhaus illustrations by Inga Khristich

Short, funny, heart-warming stories about a girl nicknamed Karasik (Little Carp) who wants to crack difficult cases. Karasik rigorously develops the skills crucial for her dream career: attentiveness, logical thinking and the ability to connect the dots. In each story solves a mystery: where did the chameleons from daddy's work go? Who stole the cat? What is grandma hiding? Who is this weird person on the bus? The answers can be found by readers themselves exploring the illustrations. The world surrounding the little girl is very cosy and familiar to young readers: family, kindergarten, neighbours, parents' friends and colleagues and Karasik's very own friends. As of events that call for Karsik's intervention – they include not only banal misplacings and thefts but also situations of deceit and misunderstanding, conflicts and complex relationships between people. Together with Karasik children learn to understand themselves and others, help those around them and fight for justice.

Publishing house The Pink Giraffe Publishing House
ISBN 978-5-4370-0033-5
2019

Contacts: Julia Zagachin julia.zagachin@pgbooks.ru
"Hello, Horse!"
Asya Kravchenko, illustrations by Tatiana Petrovska

"Hello, Horse!" — is a cheerful kaleidoscope of both ordinary and incredible adventures of the horse named Zucchini, small girl Sonya and their friends, including a couple of kittens Crossover and Stripe, who are worth of special mentioning. The whole click and caboodle could be suddenly found in the most unexpected places, now here in a museum, now there on the roof of a stable or at the finish line at the equestrian tournament. Friends always manage to get dry out of water to loud applause of the admiring spectators. This edition of Asya Kravchenko's story is illustrated by the talented Tatyana Petrovska and became the second joint project of the artist and the author: the first one — the story Where are you running? — has been also published by Apricotbooks. The story is geared towards children of primary and secondary school age, as well as horses, dogs, and cats of all the ages, stripes and characters. Several years ago, The Children Radio has produced the multi voice-over radio play based on the motives of "Hello, Horse!"

Publishing house Apricot Publishing LLC
ISBN 978-5-6044638-9-5
first edition: 2008

Contacts: Ludmila Nikitina editor@apricotbooks.ru
Mona Olala
Hélène Mallet, Varvara Pomidor

Mona Olala lives in a city where letters are literally everywhere. She loves stuffing her pockets with them. At home Mona tirelessly swirls with sounds, juggles with letters and plays with words. In the meantime, Mona's parents are very busy, they don't like when letters are scattered all over the place. So finally having lost his patience, Mona's dad takes out a vacuum cleaner... Mona Olala is a poetic and insightful story about the complexities of mutual understanding and the importance of communication between children and their parents.

Publishing house Boomkniga
ISBN 978-5-907305-06-9
2020

Contacts: Dmitry Yakovlev boomkniga@gmail.com
www.boomkniga.ru info@boomkniga.ru, +7 921 343 4565
My Woodpecker's Music
Anna Anisimova, illustrations by Yulia Sidneva

If a child can't see, it's still the child who learns the world, feels happiness and joy and shares these feelings with the family, friends and other people around. These short stories tell a story of a little blind girl ― with no tragedy but great love to the world, which can be so diverse for all of us, and acceptance of the life as it is. The heroine likes making fun and communicating with people. We never read directly that the girl is blind. She is full of energy and joy and we cannot even entertain an idea that she doesn't live a full life. We follow her thoughts, fantasies and events in her life and we get an opportunity to look at our own lives from a different angle. This brightly illustrated book is divided into four big parts. Each part has its own theme and colours. We learn about the girls' friendship with elephants: either it's an elephant in the palaeontological museum or an elephant-shaped cloud in the sky. We follow her adventures with her grandpa who has the third leg ― a wooden stick called Bustler. Then, she learns to write and to read ― she has her secret code like a real secret agent. And finally she meets a new friend, though people are not always open with something or someone who they don't understand. At the very end there is comics with the information how to act in the right way if you meet a blind person. In 2017 the first part of these stories – Unseen Elephant – was selected by IBBY in the list of Outstanding Books for Young People with Disabilities.

Publishing house Samokat Publishing House
ISBN 978-5-91759-973-1
2019

Contacts: Evgeniya Ekadomova evgeniya.karpenko@samokatbook.ru
SONYA FROM 7 'BEEEY'
Alexei Oleynikov. illustration by Tim Yarzhombek

Is this a story about harassment? About the absurdity of school? About children's cruelty, or the beauty of life? Is it about peer pressure, or about how inThis book is about all of those things,resisting it, one can discover freedom? This book is about all of those things.

Publishing house Albus Corvus
ISBN 978‑5-00114‑058‑0
2019

Contacts: Galina Bocharova albuscorvus.bocharova@gmail.com
Irochka
Julia Kuznetsova

Irochka is four and she has a younger brother. They stay with Mom and Dad in the city and at the sea resort and live with Grandma and Grandpa when they go to the countryside. Mom's always full of ideas. You never can tell what she comes up with: splashing fishes in the river, gather a pirate crew or explain the snails how to return home… The kids are busy as well: Grandma's hen ran away and had to be caught. Next time they need to trach Mom how to feed chicken and rabbit or give some tea to a frozen bird house. So many things to do! Everything is so strange and exciting — still they find time to hear Mom and Dad's interesting stories. Julia Kuznetsova's wonderful short stories are a perfect choice for reading aloud by the whole family. Each will recognize themselves in the characters and find something to laugh and think of. The stories are brilliantly illustrated by Irina Gavrilova: it seems there's a smile hidden in each picture.

Publishing house KompasGuide Publishing House
ISBN 978-5-00083-644-6
2020

Contacts: Marina Kadetova kgd.rights@gmail.com
Grasshopper
Tatiana Ukhova

A truthful and striking picture story about responsibility and respect for nature, friendship and freedom, curiosity and learning from mistakes. It is a hot summer day in the countryside. The world around is full of beautiful and intriguing creatures. Children are left to their own devices. A lonely girl meets a lonely grasshopper. What will this occasional meeting result in? There are no words in this book. But sometimes they are useless: you just have to open your eyes and listen – to understand how fragile this world is. In 2018 Grasshopper won the Grand Prix of the Kniga Vnutri (Book Inside) competition and was selected twice by dPICTUS curators for the 100 Outstanding Picturebooks exhibition in Frankfurt in 2019 and Bologna 2020. In 2021 it will be published in English.

Publishing house Samokat Publishing House
ISBN 978-5-91759-880-2
2019

Contacts: Evgeniya Ekadomova evgeniya.karpenko@samokatbook.ru
All about different planes
Chukavin Alexander Alexandrovich

Publishing house AST Publishers
ISBN 978-5-17-110795-6
2020
Tales of technology
Permyak Evgeny Andreevich

Publishing house AST Publishers
ISBN 978-5-17-111919-5
2020
All about different cars
Chukavin Alexander Alexandrovich

This book is like a time machine. It will take you through several hundred years and show the evolution of cars. You will see how the mechanisms have changed since the days of the sailing carriage of Simon Stevin to the present day. You will find out when the rearview mirrors and seat belts appeared, get to know different cars and trucks, collectible, military, sports and supersonic cars. Many interesting facts about their creation and creators are presented in this book. For primary school age.

Publishing house AST Publishers
ISBN 978-5-17-110780-2
2019

Contacts: Alla Kuperman Kuperman.AA@eksmo-ast.ru
Creativity: 31 workout to keep your brain fit
Igor M. Namakonov

Publishing house Alpina Kids
ISBN 978-5-9614-2434-8
2019

Contacts: Alina Knizhnik alinak@alpina.ru
Pupita, Leaf and Sevan: We've got to make a planet
Igor M. Namakonov illustrations by Anton Loibo

Publishing house Alpina Kids
ISBN 978-5-9614-3694-5
2020

Contacts: Alina Knizhnik alinak@alpina.ru
Pupita, Leaf and Sevan: We've got to make a planet
Igor M. Namakonov illustrations by Anton Loibo

Publishing house Alpina Kids
ISBN 978-5-9614-3694-5
2020

Contacts: Alina Knizhnik alinak@alpina.ru
Trilobites aren't Guilty
Svetlana Lavrova, illustrations by Nikita Tereshin

It's a science fantasy novel camouflaged into a spy thriller! What caused the Ice Age million years ago? Who and how could survive in it? Let's go on a secret mission with four teenage trilobites who lived on the Earth long ago before our predecessors. The trilobite civilization rules the ocean. While their patriarchs sit deeply in the ocean bed and take care of the nation, trilobites of different types live together amicably, children go to school ― the life takes its normal course. However, there are some signs that the end of the world is closer and closer: the water temperature is falling down. Maybe it's machinations of anomalocars ― trilobites' enemies ― or old volcanoes are about to wake up. In any case four teenagers from a spy school should gather all the information and find the way to save trilobites races and their friend and enemy species ― the end of the world is a common problem. The author Svetlana Lavrova has been keen on paleontology for 30 years! This passion inspired her to write this novel.

Publishing house Samokat Publishing House
ISBN 978-5-91759-879-6
2020

Contacts: Evgeniya Ekadomova evgeniya.karpenko@samokatbook.ru
Big Book. Human Body
Natalia and Sergey Gordienko

«Human Body. Big book» This book will tell you about the real miracle - the human body. The reader will learn how the brain works, how we breathe and what the senses are for, why the heart beats tirelessly day and night, how many bones and muscles we have, and how to protect ourselves from dangers in order to stay healthy. This book is a journey into the world of anatomy. It will be interesting for kids who will look at extraordinary pictures, and for older children who already can read.

Publishing house AST Publishers
ISBN 978-5-17-117723-2
2020

Contacts: Alla Kuperman Kuperman.AA@eksmo-ast.ru
Why Do Not Birds Fall?
Ilya Kolmanovskiy illustrations by Alina Ruban

All the books in the "Pocket-Scientist's Library" series come from children's questions and answer them in a precise and entertaining way. Authors explain step by step the anatomy of a bird's wing, feather, beak and head, and how a bird as a whole is fit to fly. This bright and clear book tells all the interesting facts about birds, wings and flight. What do birds do to take off? What do pigeons swallow pebbles for? What are birds' hooks and where to find them? What's the purpose of a hen's keel and what are the advantages of a small head? How much does a six-year old boy weigh in geese? How does one fly without flapping their wings? Where and why do Arctic terns travel? This book is not like ordinary encyclopedias: it has no difficult terminology or long articles. The text is divided in small chapters and every one of them is easy enough even for a very young reader.

Publishing house The Pink Giraffe Publishing House
ISBN 978-5-4370-0288-9
2018

Contacts: Julia Zagachin julia.zagachin@pgbooks.ru
Why are zebras striped?
Voltsit Petr Mikhailovich

Nature is amazing: we've just seen a beautiful butterfly - and suddenly it dissapeared flapping it's wings! Many animals, birds, fish are able to merge with the environment in such a way that you can't find them. "Why are zebras striped?" – the book by Petr Volsit will tell many secrets about animal camouflage. For primary school age.

Publishing house AST Publishers
ISBN 978-5-17-116150-7
2020

Contacts: Alla Kuperman Kuperman.AA@eksmo-ast.ru
The Stardust Book Series
Anthology

Each book in this series is a result of collective work of children writers, poets, scientists, editors and illustrators. In their fiction and non-fiction texts they tell children aged 6−12 about fascinating things around us. Each book has its own topic, and all materials — articles, short stories, poems, interviews, comics, riddles and even a real escape room quest — are associated with this topic.

Publishing house KIT Publishing House
ISBN 978-5-6042820-3-8
2019

Contacts: Anastasia Troyan anastasia@kitread.ru
THE BALL IS IN PLAY!
Alexei Durnovo

How and where did football start? Who, and where, invented the rules? How many times have football cups been stolen – and by whom? This book will satisfy the curiosity of the most avid football fan. The author, Alexei Durnovo, is a sports commentator for Ekho Moskvy radio station. Packed with striking and entertaining facts about the 'beautiful game', it also analyses its main tactics and looks at all the World Cups and European Championships, with their issues and intrigues. Awarded the Book of the Year prize in the Books and Football category, the first edition of 'The Ball Is In Play!' sold out within six months of publication. Extended and revised, the second edition includes chapters on women's football, and on the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Publishing house Albus Corvus
ISBN 978‑5-00114‑056‑6
2018

Contacts: Galina Bocharova albuscorvus.bocharova@gmail.com
Worthy Earth
Katya Kovalevskaya

Earth is constantly changes. Night becomes day, winter becomes spring, rainbow emerges and disappears. What are those amazing natural phenomenon? Why and where they are taking place? This interactive book will tell, show and explain these wonders of Earth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwLdiYGqKkU

Publishing house Eye publishing
ISBN 978-5-905447-28-0
2018

Contacts: Kate Zekavica kate@eye-books.ru
AMAZING PARASITES: plants, fungi, animals
Alyona Vasnetsova Drawings by Fyodor Vladimirov

We often use the word parasite meaning a lazy sponger. In biology however, organisms living at the expense of others are called parasites. We are surrounded by these creatures, they are everywhere, sometimes inside us, too! What a huge community! Plants, fungi, insects, even fish, birds and animals! Learn about how parasites live, why they are needed in nature and what use they can be to us


Publishing house A Walk Through History
ISBN 978-5-906994-40-0
2020

Contacts: Alexandra Litvina foreignrights@peshkombooks.ru
PALEONTOLOGISTS AND THEIR PETS
Anton Nelikhov Drawings by Katharina Holzinger

Since ancient times, people found fossilized bones and shells of strange creatures. For thousands of years they did not understand who these remnants belonged to, and tried to explain their findings somehow: these bones belonged to giants and monsters, or to antediluvian fauna. Gradually, scientists began to understand that such remains belonged to animals, and finally they declared: long before the appearance of people, these bizarre animals, fishes and lizards existed on Earth, and those fossils were their remains. Meet pioneers of paleontology, learn about their amazing discoveries and bold hypotheses! Here you will find the genius Georges Cuvier and his mastodon, the famous Charles Darwin and his toxodon, the brave Mary Anning and her ichthyosaur, the writer and paleontologist Ivan Efremov and his titanophon and many others.

Publishing house A Walk Through History
ISBN 978-5-906994-80-6
2020

Contacts: Alexandra Litvina foreignrights@peshkombooks.ru

New MIСBF 2021 is coming!
New Moscow International Children's Book Fair (8-12 September 2021) will focus on visual narratives in children's non fiction and knowledge books and will become an international coworking for publishers and authors - scientists, philosophers, writers, illustrators, designers, game, software and media specialists who want to describe this world to new generations.
The IPA International Conference at MIBF
The IPA International Conference was the first major event ever to present an analysis of the impact of the pandemic on the publishing industry around the world.

The COVID-19 pandemic has damaged the book industry worldwide, slashing revenues by up to 80% in some markets, according to the ongoing IPA poll of publishers in more than 30 major markets. Business panel discussions and keynotes of the 33rd MIBF were mainly aimed at figuring out the new ideas and opportunities for publishers and other book industry professionals which have appeared amidst the crisis.

The conference was hosted by Bodour Al Qasimi (UAE), Vice-President of the International Publishers Association (IPA).

Participants included Maria A. Pallante (UAE), Joachim Kaufmann (Germany), Maria Hamrefors (Sweden), Laura Prinsloo (Indonesia), Oleg Novikov (Russia), Vladimir Grigoriev (Russia) and others. They also shared their own ways of overcoming the crisis.

Experts noted that the COVID-19 pandemic has caused severe damage to the book sector around the world. Losses of key book markets on all continents are estimated at billions of euros. Due to the quarantine measures introduced and the decline in income in March-July 2020, publishers and booksellers lost between 20 and 50% of their income and had to abandon the production of a significant number of book novelties.

The pandemic has accelerated the trend towards digitalization of the book market and increased sales through the Internet channel. Rudiger Wischenbart, the world's largest expert in this area, presented an update on how the pandemic affected the digital segment and led to the growth of the electronic and audio book market.

However, electronic sales could not compensate for losses in the traditional book market. Even today, one of the most important tasks is to return customers and restore sales in bookstores, which still remain one of the main sales channels.

In the current conditions, experts noted the need for further investment in the development of direct communication with the reader and large-scale campaigns to promote reading, the creation of media content simultaneously in different formats: paper, electronic and audio.

The conference participants noted the need to support international and national book fairs as the most important public institutions serving as bridges between writers, publishers and readers from all over the world.

"Books and literary heritage have been and will remain world civilization's most important cultural treasure. Governments' investments today in the book infrastructure will pay off manyfold in the future by preserving the importance of books and reading for all future generations, developing national languages and cultures, and strengthening the intellectual foundations of world civilization," says the Moscow declaration.

The International Publishers Association together with MIBF accumulates global best practices to support the book industry and is ready to provide information about them to any interested government. We encourage publishers and industry professionals around the world seeking support to use this declaration as the draft for their own appeal to local governments and officials who can help to revive the industry.
Museum Line at MIBF 2021
In 2021 MIBF Museum Line once again will highlight increasing influence of museums as art and nonfiction publishers as well as will inspect educational, research, exhibition and online activities of leading museums and cultural institutions as sours and platform for further museum & publisher collaboration.
international panel discussion
Current copyright issues in museum exhibition and publishing activities
Russian leading museum specialists and representatives of art copyright enforcement organizations Great Britain, the Netherlands and Spain discuss copyright issues in museum exhibition and publishing activities: the medialization of collections, interaction between museums and private collectors, peculiarities of interaction between Russian and foreign museums etc.
Participants: Ksenia Velikhovskaya(head of the editorial and publishing department, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Russia), Eric Valdes-Martines (general director, non-profit partnership 'Art rights management' - UPRAVIS, Russia), Vincent van den Eijnde (managing director, Pictoright, Dutch Society for the Management of Artists' Rights, Netherlands, participates online), Sander van de Wiel (deputy director, Pictoright, Dutch Society for the Management of Artists' Rights, Netherlands, participates online), Mark Waugh (business development director, DACS, not-for-profit visual artists' rights management organisation, the UK, participates online), Javier Gutiérrez (director, VEGAP, Spanish Society for the Management of Artists' Rights, Spain, participates online), Mitko Chatalbashev (regional director for Europe at CISAC and BIEM, the two international umbrella organisations for authors' societies, participates online), Sergey Bogatyrev (vice-president of ICOM Russia, deputy director for public relations, Museum of Russian Icon, Russia), Mikhail Bryzgalov (chairman of the commission on the use of intellectual property and exclusive rights of museums at the Union of Russian Museums, director of the Russian National Museum of Music, Russia, participates online), Ekaterina Ragozina (senior legal adviser of the legal department of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Russia), Yulia Ivashchuk (head of the legal department of the State Tretyakov Gallery, Russia, participates online), Alexandra Eritsyan (project manager, Slovo publishing house, Russia), Victoria Rakovskay (head of legal department of Moscow Kremlin Museums, Russia), Evgeny Ryukhin (senior specialist of legal department of Moscow Kremlin Museums, Russia), Irina Lebedeva (director of 'Art Volkhonka' publishing house, Russia), Anna Ignatenko (head of legal department of the Museum of Modern Art 'Garage', Russia), Ekaterina Kalinina (Russian National Museum of Music, Russia, participates online)
Video
The show must go on: meet the hybrid book fair format

For the first time, the Moscow International Book Fair was held in a hybrid format, making it a unique event for the industry. MIBF was among the first in the world to introduce and successfully implement the dual format of participation, prioritizing the safety of those who wanted to take part in the event. The guests of the fair could choose between visiting the offline venue or watching events online.

Nearly 600 events were held and more than 350 publishing houses presented book novelties at the fair. People from 90 countries watched broadcasts online, including the U.S., UK, Germany, Italy, France, Portugal, Spain, Argentina, China and the Netherlands, as well as many others. Meanwhile, the Republic of Korea was the honorary guest country of the fair.

Hundreds of Russian authors appeared in the Manege, including Alexey Ivanov, Vladimir Pozner, Dmitry Bykov, Lyudmila Petrushevskaya, Zakhar Prilepin, Evgeny Vodolazkin, Marina Stepnova, Denis Dragunsky and Alexander Tsypkin. Foreign authors, who could not come to Moscow in person due to the pandemic, took part online. Meetings with Frederick Biegbeder, Sophie Kinsella, Janusz Leon Wiszniewski, comicists Scott McCloud and Paul Gravett and dozens of other authors from abroad were held in this format.
The only book fair of the season with an offline participation option
MIBF has become the only international book fair which allowed its participants to physically visit the events, meet the authors and buy the new books, while maintaining high security measures to ensure social distancing and other methods of stopping the virus.

Liber 2020 in Barcelona will take place in a purely digital format. Frankfurter Buchmesse has cancelled its traditional on-site exhibition this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic. It looks like MIBF has been the only event (so far!) with a strong offline presence during the whole autumn season.
Embracing the new norm as the main principle
The decision to hold the fair in a hybrid online and offline format shows the primary principle of its organizers: we have to embrace the new norm rather than wait until the old order is restored. The global book industry should carefully study the dangers of the new world we live in, work out a set of safety measures and act decisively without hiding from the pandemic behind our computer screens.

"In our new and dangerous world, it's crucial to be cautious and follow the rules. But we cannot afford to stop the offline activities. We have to get accustomed to the new reality and act decisively. We will be happy to share our experience in organizing this post-COVID fair with our colleagues who launch book industry events around the globe," says Andrey Gelmiza, MIBF organizing committee director.
Safety first
Safety measures for MIBF offline participants included the special format of the exhibitors' booths and event halls, sophisticated logistics for visitors and exhibitors alike. Guests were allowed to visit the exhibition and take part in the offline event only in sessions which helped to limit the amount of people who were on site simultaneously. Sessions should have been booked in advance. Obviously, everyone was obliged to wear a mask and gloves and all the public spaces were regularly disinfected.

During the MIBF, its organizers used and improved the safety measures, which have already proved their efficiency during the Red Square book festival, which took place in Moscow in June 2020.

Organizers admit it was a challenge to hold the fair immediately after the lifting of temporary COVID-19 restrictions. The usual venue for the event — the 75th VDNKH pavilion — had been turned into a temporary hospital for the infected and the fair was forced to move to the Moscow Manege.

MIBF organizers are ready to share this experience with their colleagues around the world to help them put together safe offline events. They hope that the international fairs around the world will soon resume their activities.
MIBF 2020
The 33rd Moscow International Book Fair held on 2-6 of September 2020 became a collaborative platform for global book industry professionals and international creative forces.
The Future Hub : word and more
For the first time, the fair hosted 'The Future Hub' - a laboratory that investigates interdisciplinary projects in which literature is combined with other forms of art and creative. Clothing designers, photographers, musicians presented books in different forms: they hid lines in a dress, music was frozen in paper and photos were accompanied by stories.
MIBF: the fair of ideas and international colab for creative crowd
MIBF is not only a book fair, but the fair of ideas and international colab for creative crowd and content industry professionals

Here you can find just the right partners and investors to launch your ideas, to create and distribute the new books and other content in a number of formats in a number of markets.
The Future is here and digital again
The annual 'KNIGABYTE. The Future of the Book' forum explored the research of current electronic formats, digitalization of the book industry, online trading and digital marketing

The program of the forum focused on digital illustrated book publishing and the current trend of Digital DIY. Russian and foreign experts discussed new ideas and practical experience of implementing new technologies in the daily production processes of the publishing house, how to synchronize the production of all formats of books and how to apply artificial intelligence and digital technologies to their daily routines.
Decisions that revive the industry
The business agenda of the 33rd MIBF focused on the current challenges the global publishing industry is facing.

The Declaration of the International Publishers Association (IPA) was adopted in Moscow. It is a direct call to action addressed at governments around the world for urgent economic, organisational and other measures to support the book sector in their respective countries by focusing on three areas – rehabilitation of reading infrastructure, stimulating demand for books, and protection and support of intellectual capital. There are clear action plans for each area proposed by the participants of the conference.

This call echoed the joint statement by world book industry leaders. The declaration can be downloaded here.
Russian Book Market 2020. Overcoming the pandemic. The annual book industry conference at MIBF
As part of the MIBF, the Federal Agency for Press and Mass Communications together with the Russian Book Union held the annual Russian book industry conference.

Opening the conference, Deputy Head of Rospechat Vladimir Grigoriev noted that the book publishing industry was one of the first to suffer during the coronavirus pandemic. However, a number of book publishers around the world showed social responsibility by opening free access to electronic versions of their publications and textbooks. "Good books and good authors helped to overcome the first wave of the pandemic," said Vladimir Grigoriev.

"According to the Russian Book Chamber, in the first six months of 2020 the number of books published in Russia decreased by about 6%, and their total circulation fell by 1.5%," said Grigoriev. He added that the comparatively slight decline should not be soothing: the statistics for the first half of the year include projects launched before the pandemic and there may be a delayed effect of forced downtime ahead.

According to conference participants, the decline in the total book market (excluding the market for educational literature) in just three months of the pandemic is estimated at 3.5 billion rubles per month or about 10.5 billion rubles for three months.

However, according to Oleg Novikov, vice-president of the Russian Book Union, readership activity increased during the pandemic, primarily on the Internet. Online sales of paper books increased by 30-40% compared to last year, but this did not compensate for the problem of bookstores. In Russia, the volume of the book market has declined and the country's position in the international ranking has weakened. "At the end of the year, we expect that the market will lose 15% compared to last year." said the publisher.

Nadezhda Mikhailova, president of the Association of Book Distributors of Independent States, claimed that the online sales channels will not replace traditional bookstores, as over the past period, the book has not become a significant part of life for Russians, "a commodity of first cultural necessity". In March and April, the income of bookstores decreased by 95% and amounted to only 170 million rubles.

Sergey Anuriev, CEO of LitRes, predicts the market for electronic books to grow by 31% this year, but this is still less than last year or the year before that. In the service LitRes, the lowest demand during the quarantine period was for books on the world economy (+129%), fiction (+84%), erotic literature (+80%) and books on popular psychology (+77%).

Dmitry Klimishin, General Director of Prosveshchenie Publishing House, noted that although educational literature is a part of the book industry, it has its own differences and trends.

The main trend will be the combination of distance and face-to-face format of teaching - mixed learning, said Klimishin. "The physical presence of students at school will be augmented by digital tools, not replacing full-time education, but expanding the opportunities for interaction between teachers and students. Therefore, in the near future we will focus on creating and developing educational resources - additional digital and interactive materials - in addition to the already traditional products," he added.
Authors&Experts
Jef Aerts
author, poet, Flemish Prize for best children's book 'Book Lion', three times winner of the Zilveren Griffel, Belgium (Flanders)
Sjoerd Kuyper
author, poet and scriptwriter, holder of the Order of Oranje-Nassau, winner of the six Zilveren Griffels and a Gouden Griffel together with Theo Thijssen-prijs, Netherlands
Georgiy Apazidis
curator of the collection in Stockholm, Sweden
Eman Mohamed
senior programme and awards manager, IBBY section, presents Etisalat Award for Children's Literature UAE, UAE
Fred Minn
Nami Concours organizing committee director, Republic of Korea
Elena Pasoli
manager, Bologna Children's Book Fair, Italy
Carolina Ballester
program manager, International Children's Literature Fair Shanghai, China
Frederick Beigbeder
author, France
Lisa Birger
literary critic, Turkey/Russia
John Farndon
author, UK
Gillian Engberg
consultant on children's literature, USA
Geza Andreas von Geyr
ambassador of Germany to the Russian Federation, Germany
Lee Bul
artist, Republic of Korea
Giorgia Grilli
lecturer, University of Bologna, Italy
Bernardo P. Carvalho
author and illustrator, co-founder of Planeta Tangerina, Portugal
Edward Nawotka
Editor, Publishers Weekly, USA
More
Javier Gutiérrez
director, VEGAP, Spanish Society for the Management of Artists' Rights, Spain
Mark Waugh
business development director, DACS, not-for-profit visual artists' rights management organisation, the UK
Matteo Gaspari
representative of Hamelin Associazione Culturale - organizer of the International Comics Festival BilBOlbul, Italy
Françoise Mouly
author, editor, co-founder, coeditor and publisher of the magazine of comics and graphics Raw, publisher of Raw Books, editor-in-chief of Toon Books, art editor of The New Yorker, USA
Alise Nigale
publisher of Liels un mazs, Latvia
Ricardo Siri Liniers
author, artist, Argentina
Rupert Gatti
director and co-founder of the Open Book Publishers, UK
Charles Watkinson
director of University of Michigan and founder of the Fulcrum publishing platform, USA
Jack Zipes
honored professor, University of Minnesota, translator of Rodari's English version of Fantasy Grammar, USA
Janusz Wiśniewski
author, Poland
Scott McCloud
cartoonist, comic book creator, author of comic book theory, the USA
Paul Gravette
journalist, curator, author, TV presenter, comics publishing expert, UK
Sophie Kinsella
author, UK
Dimitris Nollas
writer, Greece
Mike Omer
author, USA
Agnes Vogt
head of translations/grants for children's literature at the Netherlands Literature Foundation, Netherlands
Patrick Peeters
grant manager at the Flanders Literature Foundation, Belgium (Flanders)
Harriet Muncaster
author, UK
Tom Pollock
author, UK
Thomas Taylor
author, artist, the UK
Keren Klimovski
author, Israel
Mikhail Margolis
writer, author of the book 'A Rare Bird. The first authorized biography of Diana Arbenina and 'Night Snipers', Spain
Trude Marstein
author, Norway
New MICBF 2021 is coming!
Moscow International Book Fair in association with Bologna Children's Book Fair
announced the opening of New MOSCOW INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S BOOK FAIR in 2021.
International publishers and illustrators are now welcome to join the special program at MIBF 2020
2-6 September in Moscow and online at MICBF.MIBF.INFO
While we are on a way to the New Moscow International Children's Book Fair launch, we invite once again professionals to join the special MICBF's events at Moscow International Book Fair in September 2020.
This programme that aims to boost the integration of Russian and International publishing societies will be organized by MIBF in association with Bologna Children's Book Fair.

The programme will reflect the outstanding progress that the Russian children's book publishing made in recent years, to designate its place on the international scene, to create new relationships and to strengthen existing ties in the professional community.
Illustration as a vital part of children's book is in our focus. A new generation of illustrators raised within the Russian artistic tradition is increasing in visibility worldwide.

To broaden the influence of visual narratives, this part of the MIBF's programme will be devoted to picture books, comics, graphic novels, fanzines, artist's books. The floor will be given to art groups, art and design schools, art - print enthusiasts.

MICBF's project at MIBF2020 will become the international festival of books, illustrations and visual culture and the catalogue of creative forces rapidly developing on the Russian stage.
For the second time MIBF shall host a special edition of the Illustrator's Survival Corner, a three-day educational marathon created in partnership with Bologna Children's Book Fair and Mimaster Illustrazione (Milan). For years it has been a core event of the Bologna Children's Book fair and one of the leading educational projects in the illustrator's world.

This year all events of ISC will be held online, which will allow young professionals from around the globe, wherever they physically are, to meet Russian and international experts working at the front lines of children's publishing. Our focus this year will be on creative and practical aspects of illustrated non-fiction and graphic novel.
Participants
Illustrator, author and graphic artist, Moscow
Illustrator, Spain
Illustrator, Berlin
Creative director Anorak / DOT magazine, Great Britain
Red Nose Studio Inc.
Author, Russia
Picture Book Agent, USA/Italy
Illustrator, Italy
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Publisher, Edizioni EL/Einaudi Ragazzi/Emme Edizioni, Italy
Executive editor Holiday House
Illustrator and graphic artist, Russia/Spain
Lecturer, Illustration dept., Graduate School of Design, University Of Seoul
Artists' Rep, USA
Editor in "ARKA" publishing house
Agent, Bright Agency, UK
Illustrator, Russia
Illustrator, founder and professor at Mimaster, Italy
Founder and professor at Mimaster, Italy
Publisher Two Hoots, UK
Founder and managing director of "A walk through history" publishing house, Russia
Иллюстратор, куратор курса "Иллюстрация" БВШД, Россия
Издатель «Ad Marginem A+A», Россия