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Müge İplikçi

Illustrator: Huban Korman
Editor: Müren Beykan

Our most precious legacy is our stories...

Müge İplikçi, one of the sensitive authors of Turkish contemporary literature, tells a lyrical story about nature and people. The novel, which focuses on environmental pollution, praises friendship, solidarity and goodness against fear and bullying, makes us think of opposites such as good-bad, past-future, beautiful-ugly in a fiction that witnesses the past and present. While the unforgettable characters of Müge İplikçi invite readers to a time travel full of courage and hope in the Belgrad Forest, the colourful illustrations of artist Huban Korman dimension the inter-temporal transitions.


If Neşe finds the most interesting story of the forest with her friends, she will participate in the television show “Legacy of the Forest”. However, it is no longer possible to take a beautiful story out of the forest. This place, once magnificent with its barrages and trees, has turned into a big dumping ground and has become the kingdom of the Mays Monster. But one day, Neşe’s mother shares such a story about the forest, about her friends with autism and “Good Morning Barrage”, children are hopeful again.

Müge İplikçi

Müge İplikçi

Müge İplikçi, was born in 1966 in İstanbul. She is an academician and known for the stories in which she addresses the issues of woman’s statuses and relations in modern times. İplikçi has won various prestigious awards like Yaşar Nabi Nayır Youth Awards (first place in 1996) and Haldun Taner Story Awards (third place in 1997). Her stories have been translated into many languages. In 2010, she wrote her first young adult novel False Witness (Yalancı Şahit) for “Bridge Book” […]
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120 pages
120x180 mm
1st edition: 2020
2nd edition: 2020
ISBN: 978-605-7797-00-1
Barcode: 978-605-7797-001


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