Bridge Books (10+)Novels

Keleş Osman
Bonny Osman

Necati Tosuner

Editor: Semih Gümüş
Prepared by: Müren Beykan
Illustrator: Suzan Aral

A classical masterpiece from one of the masters of Turkish literature about running away from home and big city dreams. A breathtaking experience and testing of two young men’s friendship.

Necati Tosuner known for his many important books and winner of numerous awards meets with the children with this book. The adventures of Keleş Osman, published as two separate books in the past, have now been combined into a single book. The secret trip that Keleş Osman and his friend make to Istanbul, the city that fills their dreams, changes and matures them. Thanks to its powerful and realistic fiction on migration to Istanbul, its impressive and warm language children will read the book in a flash.

Overview

Although his friends make fun of him, Keleş Osman who learns that ‘keleş’ means ‘beautiful and handsome’ does not listen to anyone. He only thinks about running away with his friend Hasan to their dream city, Istanbul, and become a captain. When schools are closed, the two buddies get on a bus heading towards the big city. But the reality is far from their childhood dreams. The Istanbul adventure will not be as expected for Keleş and Hasan who experience the stunning impact of the big city.

Necati Tosuner
AUTHOR

Necati Tosuner

He was born in Ankara in 1944. After living in Germany for 2 years, he returned to Turkey, founded and directed Derinlik Publishing House. After 1983, he worked as a copywriter in advertising agencies. He received the 1971 TRT Story Achievement Award with his story “Two Days” (İki Gün), the 1978 TDK Novel Award with Pain… Pain… (Sancı… Sancı…), the Haldun Taner Story Award with his story “Gift” (Armağan), the 1999 Sait Faik Story Award with his work When the […]
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Specifications

128 pages
130x195 mm
1. edition: 2008
9. edition: 2020
ISBN: 978-975-6227-97-8
Barcode: 978 975 6227 978

Themes

İstanbuljourneyrural livingfriendship

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