Everyone has something in this world.
I have a dream too!
I live in a village.
Our house is closer to the clouds than other houses.
My name is Omid-Ali.
I go to the roof whenever the clouds come to the sky.
I bounced and rebounced,
I jumped into the silvery pool.
I was merry in the water,
I kept my clothes on the porch:
The goldy golden hat,
The fluffy fluffy shirt,
The loosey loosey pants,
The pottery pottery shoes.
My ears are big, I don't like them at all! says Cookie.
Finally, look at the cookie pictures. Do you think these ears are big? Don't you think these ears look good on her face? A parrot who thinks everything is in its place in the face of a cookie.
But Kuki, who has seen the photos of friends and familiar children, thinks that his ears are bigger than others and that something is too much on both sides of his face.
Nowruz is an Iranian celebration that is held when spring
starts. The nature of this tradition is linked with birth and revival. From the midst of the cold snowy weather, spring and warmth arise. Uncle Nowruz’s Violets is the recreation of one of the oldest narratives involving the celebration of Nowruz. Uncle Nowruz is the symbol of spring and Mama Cold is the symbol of winter and hibernation. The struggle and conflict between the two is the story of Hibernation and awakening, death and life, winter and spring, sadness and happiness, cold and warmth and darkness and light. Therefore, in this story, Uncle Nowruz plants the seeds of his violets into the hands of Mama Cold for Nowruz.
The World Is Mine
36 Pages 978-622-6630-78-8
Portuguese, Turkish, Korean
“The World is Mine” is all about hope and overcoming obstacles in life. It helps children – especially those with disabilities – to understand that by employing their imagination, they can move beyond any limitations. It depicts the combination of hope and imagination as the Selected for the Biennial of Illustration Bratislava *
Selected for the Tallinn Design Festival Triennialessence that drives life forward regardless of the cards one has been dealt.