Grigoriy Oster

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Grigoriy Oster
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Born Grigoriy Bentsionovich Oster
(1947-11-27) November 27, 1947 (age 70)
Odessa, Ukrainian SSR, USSR
Notable works 38 Parrots, Harmful Advice, Unconventional Mathematical Exercises, A Story with Details, An Introduction to Physics

Grigoriy Bentsionovich Oster (born 1947) is a Russian author and scriptwriter. He has written scripts for over 70 animated films, and "is considered one of the most important living Russian authors of children’s books."[1]

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Oster was born in Odessa and spent his childhood in Yalta. After three years in the Soviet North Sea Navy, he studied in Moscow at the Maxim Gorky Literature Institute.

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