Acute and Late Consequences of Nuclear Catastrophes: Hiroshima-Nagasaki and Chernobyl: Belarus-Japan Symposium, October 3-5, 1994, Institute of Radiobiology of Academy of Sciences of Belarus; Minsk. 1994. (in English) 118 pages.
Information is from the eastview.com Web site.
The Trace of the Black Wind: Through the Eyes of Children, essays by Belarusian children affected by the Chornobyl nuclear disaster; Compiled by Vasil Yakavenka, Edited by Mark Bence, Translated from the Belarusian and Russian by K. Martinkevich, O. Nekhi, D. Ryabich, and M. Bence. Verses translated by A. Weise. Illustrated with drawings by Belarusian Children. Mensk, 1996. Belarusian Socio-Ecological Union, "Chernobyl," ISBN 985-6010-06-03 [160 pp, illustrated; 84 mm x 108 mm]
Note: The English-language version is a shortened version of the Russian/Belarusian version, noted below.
From the Compiler: ". . .This book is made up of essays written by schoolchildren who won prizes in a competition concerned with Chernobyl. This collection of essays gives an all-embracing, forcible and, most importantly, true coverage of this tragedy of the entire people."
"The book was brought out in Belarus, and has now be republished in Japan and Brazil, in Japanese and Portuguese accordingly. At present it is being translated into German."
Also available in the original, un-edited, Russian and Belarusian language version (both languages in the same volume, depending upon the preference of the schoolchild who wrote the essay): Sled Chornaga Vetru: Vachima dzaytzei; Belaruski Satziyal'na-Ekalagichni Sayuz "Charnobil'"; 1995; ISBN 985-6010-04-7; 330 pages.
Children of Chernobyl: Raising Hope from the Ashes, by Michelle Carter and Michael J. Christensen, Introduction by Olga Korbut; Augsburg Fortress Books, Minneapolis, 1993 [214 pp, illustrated; 5.5" x 8.5"; 14.5 cm x 22 cm].
From the Preface: ". . .we have come to know the children's suffering, listened to their desperate parents, and learned from the courageous doctors who care for them without access to modern medical techniques or equipment."
"While this book tells a tragic story, it also offers much hope. In partnership with other volunteers, we have learned that people who care can make an enormous difference. We have witnessed a rebirth of the spirit in Belarus as many badly needed shipments of medicine and food--accompanied by love and concern--have been hand-delivered by people of faith."
Note: A quick look at the book gives the impression that it focuses on the efforts of Christian relief groups.
Voices from Chernobyl: Chronicle Of The Future by Svetlana Alexievich. Aurum Press Ltd., 1999. (25 Bedford Av., London WC1B 3AT). 197 pp.
Originally published as: The Chornobyl Prayer: The Chronicle of the Future, Svetlana Aleksiyevich, Moscow: Ostozhe Publishers, 1997 [224 pp.; 5" x 6.75"], ISBN 5-86095-088-8; print run: 2500.
Also available from www.amazon.co.uk. (Note: A summary of the book is at the amazon.co.uk Web site as well.)
Title/Subtitle in transliterated Russian: Chernobyl'skaia molitva: Khronika budushchego. Russian language version available through East View Publications; a US-based book- & periodical-seller specializing in the CIS.
Although translated into several languages, the book is difficult to find in Belarus, and then only in Russian. Update: A Belarusian-language edition was published in late 2000.
A Review of the English-language version of book is at the Belarusians in Great Britain & Ireland Web Site: book review (links to two other British book reviews are included here as well, as well as a link how to order the book).
Further information, including awards for this book and author, at the following link: Svetlana Aleksiyevich.
Radiological Accident at the Irradiation Facility in Nesvizh - Belarus, by IAEA. Bernan Assoc; ISBN: 9201013965; (December 1996). (paperback; approx. $35 US).
Of course, "Nesvizh" should be "Niasvizh" (Нясвіж). Although not about the Chornobyl Disaster, this book is on a related topic (though I am not familiar with the book itself). Information is from the amazon.com Web site.