I found a few books on Hungary at my local library - which frankly, isn't that great. I'm amazed they were there, actually.
Take a Trip to Hungary - This is part of a huge series, which clearly advocates saving your carbon offsets and reading cold-war versions of the world (c. 1986) from your top bunk. It's a rather boring book that is meant for elementary school children, oh, maybe 2nd grade.
Here's a page view showing flax harvesting.
(I know from other sources that part of those 2/3 used for cereals now used to be pastureland for herds, just like in the US.) This is not the only photo in the book that shows women wearing kerchiefs for everyday work.
This book doesn't address anything remotely controversial. No Communism beyond 'revolt in 1956 that was put down' and 'Russian soldiers stationed here', no post-WWII of Hungarian lands to neighbors...utterly boring. A better children's book tomorrow.