Murat is invited to the mosque by the imam and finds out that it is time to learn about ablution (wudu). Khalil Hodja entertains kids and teaches them about ablution and daily prayers sometimes in rhyming words sometimes with jokes.
Whether it is geese helping each other navigate the skies or woodpeckers digging nests in trees, this guide places the distinctive birds of the world and their unique skills on display. Told through a lively narration from the birds themselves, their different mechanisms and survival tactics are shared alongside colorful illustrations and detailed fact boxes. Children will find a love of the beauty and harmony in nature while also learning about the varied abilities of these animals outside of their capacity for flight.
Nurefsan Caglaroglu is the author of several story books for children. She produced and presented the radio program Child-hearted Books for a radio station.
Capturing the essence of Turkish cuisine, this compilation provides both classical and contemporary recipes. Filled with professional photos, thorough instructions, and detailed lists of ingredients, this everyday cookbook is ideal for enthusiasts of healthy Mediterranean food. Featured recipes include karniyarik, a special eggplant dish since the Ottoman times; and wedding soup, a classic item of Turkish hospitality. Savory Turkish desserts are also included, such as baklava or ashura—Noah's pudding. With a colorful exhibition of dishes from a variety of prominent chefs, this accessible guide is a must-have for food aficionados of all levels of cooking experience.
Hakan Oztunc is one of the fonders of the Niagara Learning Center in Chicago, IL. The Author won the best math book competition in Turkey, in two different categories, organized by the Ministry of Turkish Public Education in 2005. Considered as a math novel. Chased by Numbers follows the adventures of 5 young teenage friends, who must catch theri spies before the spies catch them. Along the way, they keep each other entertained by increasingly challenging math riddles. Chased by Numbers is a short, quick read where each chapter presents a clever number trick that any student of math will find to be both interesting and educational. An appendix at the back explains the tricks mathematically, offering teachers hands-on classroom activities. We feel this book will be a huge benefit to math students, especially those aged 12-18, and enlightening to general math aficionados.
This book explores the constant of natural existence, the principle that governs the perennial emergence of the world.
Darryl the deer embarks on a perilous mountain journey and learns about respect and positivity in this entertaining and educational tale. When Darryl's mother asks him to find a special medicinal plant thought to grow on the other side of the mountains, he readily agrees, eager to help his family. Freddy, an overly competitive and adventurous fox, decides to tag along and attempts to turn every aspect of the trip into a chance to prove his courage, but Darryl is too smart to fall for his selfish traps and carelessness. By acknowledging the value of feedback, the wisdom of elders, and the benefit of a positive outlook, Darryl is able to avoid unpleasantness with the scary and unfriendly animals he meets and return home safely. Freddy, on the other hand, faces serious obstacles due to his arrogant behavior and finds his homecoming tainted by remorse and a hurt sense of pride. Lynne Emily Ozgur is a writer and biologist. She lives in Freehold, New Jersey. Ismail Abay is a staff illustrator for Gonca, a monthly Turkish children?s magazine.
Ladybug Eric and his best friend Derrick live in a beautiful forest. They have many adventures together. After every adventure, they learn something new. Sometimes they upset each other, but eventually they understand their mistake and make up with each other.
A series of fables of a wonderful friendship:
– A Great Friendship Eric and Derrick set off on a long journey without asking their parents. But they aren’t aware of the dangers awaiting them.
– The Blue Harmonica Eric and Derrick take part in the annual harmonica competition. During the competition, Eric does the right thing because his conscience starts to bother him.
– Final Regrets Eric and Derrick don’t listen to their mothers and become sick. Eric finds himself in a situation that he doesn’t like at all because of his mistake.
– The Lost Book The two friends fall out over a lost book. But later that evening the truth comes out.
– The Forest Fire Eric and Derrick have a race in the woods. But Eric is surrounded by smoke in the middle of a forest fire
– The Red Coat Eric’s parents but him a coat that he really loves. But after a while he doesn’t like it and want to get rid of it. Eventually Eric understands that he has made a mistake.
Gracefully chronicling one Western woman's attraction to the universal charm of Islam and the Prophet Muhammad, this inspirational memoir chronicles why and how Brodbeck journeyed from the exciting world of modern dance in New York City to Istanbul, where she lovingly embraced Islam.
Based on the teaching of the Qur'an and the good examples set by the Prophet Muhammad, this collection of protocol describes exactly how Muslims must conduct themselves in certain situations—such as greeting family and friends, eating, and visiting the sick—and why proper conduct is such an important pillar of the Islamic faith.