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The Cat is Strolling Through Stories

Zeynep Cemali

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Stories in which a wicked cat strolls through the lines!

Siyami Bey, the Siamese cat who settled in the home of the man who saved his life on a rainy night, was very happy. The family members were competing to make him comfortable. But Siyami Bey was not very fond of his saviour. Out of spite, he slept on his armchair, always sat on his chair at the dinner table.The poor man had started to live like a refugee in his own house. One day Siyami Bey disappeared. While everyone at home mourned, the poor man was relieved. Yes but, wasn’t this huge tough bully Siyami Bey, himself?


Stories in the book:

• Siyami Bey
• For the Love of a Bicycle
• Hazelnut Beauty
• The Red Tens
• Natır Naciye’s Granddaughter
• Hood Repairer Brothers
• The Tea Maker and His Children
• Mr. Owl

In this book Zeynep Cemali, beloved and encouraging writer of children’s fiction, collected six enchanting stories. The common characteristic of all the six surprising stories is a wicked cat that strolls through the lines!

Zeynep Cemali

Zeynep Cemali

Zeynep Cemali, who brought a masterful deepness to children’s litearature, was born in İstanbul in 1950. During her childhood and youth, she traveled around Anatolia with her father, who was engaged in handicrafts, carpet, and rug trade. Her father’s repetitive saying “to live is to learn,” has largely shaped her life. Her stories for children were published starting in 1991, in magazines like Kumbara (İş Bankası Kültür Publishing), Türkiye Çocuk, Buğday and Vitamin Childrens’ Newspaper distributed in Germany. The success […]
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192 pages
130x195 mm
1st edition: 2007
25th edition: 2022
ISBN: 978-975-6227-66-4
Barcode: 978 975 6227 664


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