Short stories, 80 pages, 2003, ISBN: 978-975-07-0324-9, 7+, Illustrated by Behiç Ak

In this book there are eight stories: the first is about a penguin who got tired of working at the circus and wanted to start a new life playing the flute, another relates the search for immortality of a song imprisoned in a music box, then there’s an account of the tricks played with puppets by an old tailor and his crow, next a sad tale of a seagull who was a homebody and his mate who loves to travel, and finally the story of an arguement at the lost and found between the objects that had accepted their fate and a geranium plant who yearned for its old life but who kept flowering even in the dark.

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