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A bird, a child and a plum tree turned into a scarecro. It is an enjoyable story telling what friendship and love can accomplish
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Kadir Bey is very talented at fixing anything, even the relationships. He never lets the islanders throw anything away. The islanders love him. But, they want to buy new things as well.



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The book tells the story of five children who lived in İstanbul in different periods throughout history; Mert who lives in a crowded district of İstanbul; Hamdi who is impatient to watch the carnival organised by the Ottoman Sultan; Helen who goes to the hippodrome to watch the horse races; Milya who helps his fisher grandfather; and finally the girl with her hairclip made of bone living in cave in İstanbul in prehistoric times.

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There are actually three Nasreddin Hodja stories told one after another. In the first story, Nasreddin Hodja helps people find a way to save a man from drowning. In the second story, children want to play a trick to Hodja and take his shoes away, but Hodja realises their trick and tells the children a witty answer. In the last story, Hodja falls off the roof, but he still makes people laugh with his witty words.

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A little girl, called Doga, learns a lot of things about the environment and nature from her friends in the nature.





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Everyone of us has an uncle or an aunt we love spending time with. Ümit, a ten year-old boy, tells what he had done with his dearest Uncle Can during a summer. He makes us flash back our memories with our uncles or aunts.

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