Young Adult Books (ages 12+)SeriesNovels
Anadolu’da Bir Zamanlar Dizisi

KORSAN KIZLAR
Akdeniz Piri Reis’ten Sorulur

Pirate Girls

İsmet Bertan

Editor: Müren Beykan
Grafik tasarım: Suzan Aral

A breathtaking voyage guided by Captain Piri’s unique maps to the eerie, deep blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea!

In the sixth book of the collection “Once Upon A Time in Anatolia”, the documentarist and author İsmet Bertan continues to introduce the rich worlds of Anatolian civilizations to modern times. The readers are encouraged to take a travel through time with the fascinating narration of his series of novels. The movie-like quality and attention to the details mark his style and reinforces the setting of the books: Ancient and rich cultural mosaic of Anatolia. Bertan’s seasoned writing and his elaborate, documentarist tendencies on the language present a reading to remember.

Overview

Five courageous people sail away with the boat Seahorse into the pirate swarming Mediterranean Sea. The team of the notorious, fearless Pergean sisters; Azra, Laçin and Ziçan are accompanied with Türkmen Selim; the mule guider who fell in love with the sea and Homer; the old Greek with a giant heart. All together, they track down the brigands who kidnapped their loved ones- and get in the way of the terrifying Ottoman galleys instead.

İsmet Bertan
AUTHOR

İsmet Bertan

He was born in 1959, in a little village named Piyadeler in Alaşehir, Manisa. After graduating from Erzurum Atatürk University, Department of Turkish Language and Literature, he worked as a teacher for a couple of years. Then he moved to İzmir and worked as a documentary program producer and director at TRT (Turkish Radio Television) for many years. His first children’s novel Speedy Tosbi (Hızlı Tosbi, 2005) was published simultaneously with its picture book (in “Colour Your First Book” series) […]
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Specifications

308 pages
120x180 mm
1. edition: 2013
3. edition: 2020
ISBN: 978-605-4603-56-5
Barcode: 978 605 4603 565

Themes

couragemarinetrustCaptain PiriOttomansmapmakingpiracyslaveryfriendship

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