In Soviet Era there were automobiles for each class of people. We already told about Zaporozhets (for the middle class), Volga (for the upper class) and even Invalidka for disabled people, who were not able to drive ordinary cars. The point is that the
Soviet children also had their own pedal vehicles for kids, mostly produced at the real car factories. For example, AZLK factory, which produced Moskvich, had it's own section of pedal Mosckvich models. See the photos below.
In early 90s you could buy special children books for misbehaving kids in Russia. This is an example of such a book. Kid, who is reading this book, is being promised many scary things to encounter if he doesn't obey to
mother or father. Here are some translations: "You'll fall deep inside a hole if you don't obey to your mom" "If you plan not to listen to father wild black cats would scratch your brother"
Lately some Russian newspapers post photos of these strange Chinese dolls. You can see the scanned piece of article from one Russian regional newspaper. The reason for the panic is that in Russian children toy stores have appeared strange Chinese dolls looking like a girl-doll but if fully undressed there can be something found that better would suit for a boy-doll.
People demand to band those dolls from being sold on the territory of Russia and claim that it maybe done on purpose by some evil forces from outside of Russia in order to form a bad perception of female/male orientation from the early age. Below is the more detailed photo of those strange Chinese toys freely sold in Russian kid stores: