Lost Tales: Stories for the Tsar's Children. Gleb Botkin. NY: Villard; 1st edition (December 3, 1996). Foreword by Romanov biographer, Robert Massie. 86 pages, 50 color illustrations. The book includes a biographical sketch of the author-artist, photographs, and a summary of the three stories for Tsar Nicholas's children held in captivity in Siberia. 1 copy only.
Gleb Botkin (1900-1969) was the son of Yevgeny Sergeyevich Botkin (1865-1918), the court physician, who attended, since 1908, to Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra. All, with the exception of Gleb, were executed in 1918, who came to the US in 1921, and worked as an author and journalist.