Tales from Nasreddin Hodja by Cengiz Demir

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Nasreddin Hodja is known as a symbol of wit and wisdom who lived in the Seljuq era Turkey. His impact throughout the Middle East and Central Asia is visible in hundreds of anecdotes told and retold where Nasreddin Hodja either appears as a philosopher/judge or an ordinary folk challenging common stereotypes of his time. His jokes are important for their educational value as they often teach or emphasize an important moral principle. This book is a collection of these stories for young readers who like to get to know Nasreddin Hodja.
 

About Cengiz Demir

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Cengiz Demir is a specialist on Turkish literature. He has published various books in Turkish culture and literature. He lives in Istanbul, Turkey.
 
Published April 16, 2013 by Tughra Books. 143 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books.

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Gr 1–3—This collection of tales about the Turkish foolish-wise folk hero is attractively illustrated with watercolor and ink cartoon drawings. The stories are two to th

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Gr 1–3—This collection of tales about the Turkish foolish-wise folk hero is attractively illustrated with watercolor and ink cartoon drawings. The stories are two to th

Jul 01 2013 | Read Full Review of Tales from Nasreddin Hodja

Gr 1–3—This collection of tales about the Turkish foolish-wise folk hero is attractively illustrated with watercolor and ink cartoon drawings. The stories are two to th

Jul 01 2013 | Read Full Review of Tales from Nasreddin Hodja

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