Novel, 104 pages, 2002, ISBN: 978-975-07-0166-5, 7+, Illustrated by Behiç Ak

The girl named Ayçiçek moves to a new house together with her mother. Her father doesn’t come to the house. Father has lots of ‘gadgets’. Gadgets mean pieces of radios, tape recorders, washing machines and clocks. Everywhere, under the carpets, on the tables and armchairs, in the socks you meet with those gadgets. When father comes home from work, he spends all his time with those gadgets, makes new apparatus he himself designed from them. The ‘gadgets’ wouldn’t come to the new house. Father tells he would select the useful ones among them and move after that.

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