Children's Books (ages 8-12) • Novels
The Owl Oath
Editor: Müren Beykan
An adventure novel like a psychological thriller! And for children!
Yeşim Armutak known for her novels full of mystery and adventure invites her readers to a new adventure where excitement is on the rise thanks to its clever narration and soaring tension. A world to be discovered is created with the intriguing silhouette of the lighthouse and the forest, mysterious characters whose past is full of secrets, interesting photographs and surprise clues. In this interesting atmosphere, as the two youngsters who are not satisfied with superficial facts explore the depths of human nature, they witness the power of friendship and the importance of solidarity.
There is a smuggling of historical artifacts in a humble town. The incident affects the life of the town’s inhabitants but most of all that of Pi and Siyam who are very much interested in detective novels. The two youngsters who try to solve the case with never ending curiosity also try to make sense out of the increasingly odd actions of their friend Jul who lives in the lighthouse. Will the two who find themselves in the middle of a crime gang while following the clues be able to solve the mystery of the lighthouse?…
Yeşim SaygınShe was born in Bursa and spent her childhood in this charming, green city. She studied veterinary medicine in İstanbul University, and continued with her doctoral studies in Marmara University, Faculty of Pharmacy. Her poems and articles were published in magazines such as Varlık, Milliyet Sanat, Cumhuriyet Kitap and Hürriyet Gösteri. In 1996, she received Yaşar Nabi Nayır Remarkable Poetry Award. Her first children’s novel Children of the Haunted Lake (Hayaletli Gölün Çocukları, 2007) was followed by The Harmonica Player […]
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