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Cloud Dreamer

Leyla Ruhan Okyay

Editor: Müren Beykan
Illustrator: Merve Atılgan

Childish dreams woven up to the sky!

Beloved by her titles Wanderlust and Dream Girl, the award-winning author Leyla Ruhan Okyay, makes us feel in her last title that every dream which children have is another journey. The author who’s telling a heart-touching story which is full of clouds is erasing past’s traces of pain with colorful dreams and amicability. The novel that exalts the solidarity and love though its enriched themes and realistic characters reminds us the vital importance of friendship, sharing and joining hands. This hope greeting book that takes its readers to Kars by a train travel full of memories is colored by the illustrations of young illustrator Merve Atılgan.


Çağla is a cheerful child who is mad about clouds. She often comes up with imaginary plays whilst looking to the clouds on sky. The whole class gets very excited when they hear about the school trip to Kars. They will take both the train and the plane! But they get really upset when they find out that Azad can’t make it to the trip. Fortunately, the winner of the story competition taking place at school will be awarded by that trip. Will Azad’s story be able to take them up in the clouds all together?

Leyla Ruhan Okyay

Leyla Ruhan Okyay

She was born in Alpullu, Kırklareli in 1952. She graduated from Faculty of Architecture, İstanbul Technical University. She worked on some city conservation projects of the same faculty’s History of Architecture and Restoration Institute; and completed her master degree in the same area. Okyay, with her pure telling style, wrote many stories and participated in some anthologies. The most popular of those was published in 2006 and translated to German, gathering nineteen stories from Turkish authors together. In 2012, her […]
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160 pages
120x180 mm
1st edition: 2017
11th edition: 2022
ISBN: 978-605-9405-30-0
Barcode: 978 605 9405 300


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