Tag Archives: Redhouse Publishing


Büşra Tarçalır Erol & Uğur Altun

Bully-Fish was always looking to spoil other fishes’ games. He was even stealing his friends’ baits and calling his friends names. Bully-Fish wanted to feel STRONG! A strong picture book about bullying written by psychologist Büşra Tarçalır Erol.

World except Turkish


Aytül Akal; Mavisel Yener & Ece Zeber

In the forest there is an apple tree and all the animals are drawn to its juicy apples. But how can they collect them? Along the story, we see how nine different animals plans to pick these apples and come up with funny ideas, only to discover that the apples have already been collected by someone else! A humorous wordless picture book about sharing.

Redhouse Kidz / 240 x 240 / 40 pages

World except Turkish


Sima Özkan & Zeynep Özatalay

It’s the first day of school. Deniz is surprised to see one of his classmates drink from a glass water bottle. Deniz’s classmate tells how she decided to reduce waste after visiting the landfill in her town. Simple actions can make a big difference!

Redhouse Kidz/200×200; 32p 

World excl. Turkish, Portuguese (Br), Korean & Simplified Chinese, Greek


Sezin Mavioglu & Gokce Irten

This story is about an ant wo lives in books. One day when the ant and its family are visiting a house in search of food, our hero runs away and finds itself in a bookcase. There the ant dives into the world of books. It meets letters and figures out how to write. It sees numbers and punctuation marks.

Redhouse Kidz / 210 x 255 / 40 pages

World except Turkish & Korean


Siirsel Tas & Akin Duzakin

A child turns into an oak tree and the tree starts its life all alone in a city. It grows into a forest as the seasons pass and becomes friends with many animals and insects and endures difficulties. By one of the most appreciated Turkish author, a story about growing and the cycles of nature. Worldwide-known illustrator Akin Duzakin beautifully illustrates with his unique style.

Redhouse Kidz / 200 x 255 / 44 pages

World except Turkish, Estonian


written by Özge Özedemir & illustrated by Ezgi Platin

A series of four books that gives children the perspective to think about everyday problems, evaluate situations and understand common concepts. In each book, students gather at the philosophy club, they listen to a mythological story and then they debate about a specific topic related to that story…

Redhouse Kidz / 120 x 180 mm / 40 pages

World except Turkish


written by Özge Bahar Sunar & illustrated by  Uğur Altun
When it starts raining, everybody runs away. The Rain, upset to see that people are annoyed by its presence, vows that it will not rain anymore and stays on the ground. Lakes dry out, green pastures turn yellow, and people are exhausted from the heat. Everything changes when the Rain meets a hearing-impaired little girl who loves dancing to the sound of rain drops.

Redhouse Kidz/ 215 x 280 mm / 32 pages

World except Turkish & French

Tokyo Sandals

written by Zeynep Alpaslan & illustrated by Vaghar Aghaei

A story of friendship between an old lady and a little girl thanks to a cat named Tokyo. It all started when the old lady ordered a pair of sandals on the internet. One night she hears scratching and meowing coming from the box.  During the night the sandals have magically turned into a real cat! With the help of the cat the old lady overcomes her fears and starts making friends. The illustrations by the Iranian illustrator Vaghar Aghaei are a perfect match to this touching story.

Paperback / 139 pp / Redhouse Kidz


written by Göknur Birincioğlu & illustrated byMaria Brzozowska 

Once upon a time, there was a blind old archer who was in love with the sound of a bow when an arrow is shot. He crafted a harp and a lyre that would make the same sound. One day the archer gave this lyre as a gift to the wife of the weaver. When she played the lyre and sang, the silk would become magical. When the king ordered more and more silk to make his army even more powerful, the singer grew weary and lost her voice completely.

Paperback / 170 x 230 / 40 pp / Redhouse Kidz

Granny Meerkats Series

written by Nihan Temiz & illustrated by Şebnem Aydın Gündüz

Two elderly meerkats move into a forest hut from their overly crowded underground house. Their new house is just as they’ve dreamt of – in a clearing with a great view. Granny Meerkats organize a party to meet the forest animals but they make a huge mistake on the invitations, which leads to a surprisingly funny outcome. GRANNY MEERKATS THROW A PARTY includes three easy-to-read funny stories. Second title to be published in 2018. Redhouse Kidz / Paperback / 170 x 200 / 60 pages