Gülsevin Kıral, who is an award winning author of entertaining children’s books full of mystery and fun, touches upon the importance of solidarity and standing against injustice in her new book. This compelling story reminds us that what’s happening in a small classroom is actually a reflection of what’s happening outside in the society. While always standing by the innocence of all children, the author makes us to think about the reasons that trigger misbehaving people. With its lively style and realistic characters, the book covers various interesting themes like bullying among friends, astronomy and moving to a new place.

Overview

Ege was very excited about showing the new telescope he made at home to the whole class. This excitement in the classroom helped the newcomer Ceylan most, to get closer with her classmates although she was quite nervous about getting used to her new school. However, as always The Troublesome Four managed to bother them and ruin their day. They spoiled the excitement of the whole class about Ege’s new telescope. Furthermore, they made fun of toothy Ceylan by putting a carrot on her desk. Ege made an excellent plan to deal with The Troublesome Four who never do their home works and always cheat in the exams… Would the whole class be able to get together and bring the Troublesome Four on their knees?

Gülsevin Kıral

Gülsevin Kıral was born in 1959. She graduated from Boğaziçi University. Besides being a children’s books author, she’s also a translator. Kıral received many prizes in local literature competitions, such as the the first prize in Dedective Books for Children’s Literature Competition.

Other Books

3rd edition

Umut Sokağı Çocukları

The Hope Street Kids
Gülsevin Kıral
6th edition

Çalınan Kent

Stolen City
Gülsevin Kıral
10th edition

Berber Pire Tellal Deve

When Fleas were Barbers and Camels were Brokers
Gülsevin Kıral
16th edition

Gizli Formül Hangi Zarfta!

In Which Envelope Is The Secret Formula?
Gülsevin Kıral
18th edition

İstanbul’u Çalıyorlar!

They Are Stealing Istanbul!
Gülsevin Kıral