Children's Books (ages 8-12) • Novels
Tavşan Dişli Bir Gözlemcinin Notları
NOTES OF A BUCK-TOOTHED OBSERVER
Editor: Müren Beykan
The amazing story of a child who chooses to cherish life!
Behiç Ak added a new one to his children’s novels which are reflecting the rich inner worlds of children, their questioning of life, and curiosity. Like all of his books, this new book is also adorned with his masterful illustrations. The novel rebels against the human beings who ignore right to live of every living being and relays important topics such as nature, power, rights and success with a lyrical narration. The story tells about a boy who chooses to observe and recognize living beings instead of destroying them. Wrapped with the magic of living in harmony the book is a candidate to be among the unforgettables of children’s fiction. Considered as one of the cornerstones of Turkish children’s literature, Behiç Ak’s novel collection this time invites young readers to a journey that glorifies life and survival!
A boy who believes he is clumsy and never gets along with school and homeworks. What he does best is to observe and name birds and plants. His uncle wants to make him a hunter but he does not want to harm any animal. After getting lost on a nature trip they go out with his uncle, he finds himself in the battleground in the world of rabbits, skunks, giraffes and foxes. Now he has to make a choice both listening his heart and using his brains.
Behiç AkHe was born in Samsun and studied architecture in Yıldız University and İstanbul Technical University. He’s a well-known cartoonist, author, illustrator, and documentary film director. He draws daily cartoons for Cumhuriyet Newspaper since 1982. His cartoons were exhibited in several countries like Netherlands, Switzerland and Germany. Besides his plays Separation (Ayrılık) and Building (Bina), his two other plays Fault Line (Fay Hattı) and City for One (Tek Kişilik Şehir) were staged in Europe and attracted big interest. The documentary film he produced and directed in 1994, […]
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