Children's Books (ages 8-12)Novels

Ada ve Adam
Ada and The Man

Sevim Ak

Editor: Müren Beykan

When a child is offended, the silence grows…

Beloved author Sevim Ak, who recently celebrated her 30th year in children’s literature, is skillfully narrating the confusions of nine year old Ada, after the arrival of his baby sister to the family. The author is pointing out that the actual cure for the feelings of loneliness and depression a child is going through can be found in the warmth of understanding family members, open communication, friendship and nature. With its simple yet competent narration, this book will powerfully wrap up the child reader with love.

Overview

With the birth of his baby sister, the life of Ada becomes upside down. His “the one and only” days come to an end and his sleeps are being continuously interrupted by the cries of the new family member. His parents are so busy with the baby that they even do not notice Ada is silently getting out of home and going to the park nearby to have a good night’s sleep under a tree. Ada feels totally alone until one day he sees that strange black “thing” under a plane tree. He really wonders who is that man wearing a hat and living in this black, strange thing…

Sevim Ak
AUTHOR

Sevim Ak

She was born in Samsun. She was graduated from Chemical Engineering Department of Yıldız Teknik University in 1976. Her first children’s book My Kite is in the Clouds (Uçurtmam Bulut Şimdi, 1987) received the Children’s Literature Story Award given by Akademi Publishing House. She wrote scripts and stories for children’s programs broadcasted on TRT (Turkish Radio & Television). Her play “Tagging my Dreams” was staged by İstanbul City Theaters and the play adopted from her book The Rooster Man and […]
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7. edition

Specifications

144 pages
120x180 mm
1. edition: 2018
3. edition: 2020
ISBN: 978-605-9405-50-8
Barcode: 978 605 9405 508

Themes

solidarityloving animalsillnesssportsfriendshipmysteryparkfamily historysummer schoolsister

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