written by Şiirsel Taş & illustrated by Gökçe Akgül
Knowing which way is right or left can be confusing for children. Enjoy a walk through the woods and learn about directions. An interactive book in which the author addresses the reader and asks them to point to some elements on the right or left page. A clever book on an important topic that will help young and older readers figure out which way is right and which way is left.
Paperback / Redhouse Kidz
written by Şiirsel Taş & Illustrated by Oğuz Demir
This is a collection of short stories, both realistic and fantasy. Two siblings buying their mother a flytrap as a birthday present which turns out to be a spagettitrap, a family uselessly trying to find a family photo of their own, a boy speaking “balloonish”, a snail longing to see the sea and making friends with a mussel, a white wish rabbit choosing between folded papers, inside which poems about fortune is written, a breadcrumb setting out on a journey which ends up in blue sky… These colorful characters invite dreamers to a dream land full of surprises!
Paperback / 135 x 195 / 128 pages / Redhouse Kidz
written by Göknur Birincioğlu & Illustrated by Sernur Işık
Penelope is a little girl who is tired of trying to find an answer to the question, “What will you do when you grow up?” She thinks of different kinds of professions she could do, some of which are imaginary professions such as a word wizard or a ‘dreamtist’. In this magical tale, the author shows the readers the importance of finding your true self and being happy no matter what you do. Dynamic illustrations also add value to this inspiring story.
Paperback / 170 x 200 / 60 pages / Redhouse Kidz
Written by Alp Gökalp & various illustrators
Imagine a place where letters and punctuation marks have a secret life of their own. They live in a land called “Alphabet Cloud” and they look just like human beings. A perfect series for children who start to learn letters that also deals with issues like heritage, equality, generosity…. S mumbled: “What if I were another letter?” / ü cried out: “What am I to do without my dots?” / R asked nervously: “Where are you my dearest comma?” / O and C asked at once: “Who am I?” / Bulut and Selis asked in surprise: “Where have all the trees gone?”
written by Gökçe Gökçeer & illustrated by Mustafa Gündem
A lovely series featuring a cool dog named Pöti who meets her owner for the first time. In the sequel, PÖTI AND DEDE, Pöti finds an injured dog on the street and together with her owner they take the dog to the vet and name him Dede. Based on a real dog that the author met in an animal shelter and rescued.
Paperback / 200 x 200 / 46 pages / Redhouse Kidz
Written by Banu Aksoy & illustrated by Gökçe İrten
This is a sketchbook that will entertain anyone who enjoys coloring, doodling and drawing. There are 55 activities that will ignite one’s imagination. The activities varies from simple (Color this whole page with one color) to challenging (Draw a caricature of your parents.) The result might be a masterpiece or a simple doodle. And this does not matter as the main aim of this book is to enjoy your free time. On some pages there are one paragraph information boxes, which introduce terms like “pointillism”, “graffiti”, “collage” etc.
Paperback / 165 x 235 / 96 pages / Redhouse Kidz
written by Ufuk Ceylan & illustrated by Dilek Yördem Ceylan
You have never seen a cookbook like this before! It shows children the process of “creating a project” via simple recipes involving analyzing, problem solving, planning and team work. 18 recipes/ three levels in the shape of a board game.
Hardback / 180 x 205 / 120 pages / Redhouse Kidz
written & illustrated by Nazli Tahvili
This story is about a little girl who lives in her own imaginary fantasy world. She builds a city of paper with houses, boats and even friends for herself. One day, a little black bird comes through a hole on the wall but leaves very soon. The little girl becomes curious about what lies outside. A powerful wordless picture book by an award-winning Iranian illustrator.
Hardback / 215 x 220 / 32 pages / Redhouse Kidz
written & illustrated by Elif Yemenici
Kalben’s friends are playing with a ball but they don’t want her in the game. She is heartbroken and doesn’t know how to cheer up. She feeds the cats and drinks a cup of hot milk but nothing works. Until she remembers that the secret is to make someone else happy. WHITE RAVENS 2016 / RIGHTS SOLD: Spanish;Catalan; Korean & Simplified Chinese.
21,000 copies sold in Turkey; Best Children Books of 2016 by Radikal Newspaper.
Hardback / 255 x 240 / 28 pages / Redhouse Kidz
written by Yıldıray Karakiya & llustrated by Başak Günaçan
It is Shushu’s birthday! Her uncle takes Shushu to a toy store and Shushu picks a red tricycle for her birthday present. The rest of the story tells young readers about Shushu’s day-long adventure with the red tricycle from which she refuses to separate even for a second. In our day when technological devices are taking the places of traditional toys, the story presents a refreshingly nostalgic way of pastime for children.
Hardback / 255 x 240 / 28 pages / Redhouse Publishing