TRANSLATED BY: Nan-A Lee
SIZE: 29,5 x 23 cm
EDITION: 1st print ,2020-09-15 17:15
HARDCOVER ISBN: 9786057685308
HARDCOVER PRICE: 38 TL
This is the Turkish translation of Building Where Trees Grow, originally published by Changbi Publishers Inc..
A child who cannot play outside because of air pollution dreams of a house of his own while drawing.
In his paintings, he first builds a playground where magic flowers grow, then a plant research center that provides fresh air throughout the year, and then a greenhouse where animals can take shelter in the winter months. When it is time to build his house where trees grow, he has already created a lush green city.
Building Where Trees Grow, is a powerful story that invites young readers, who are the heirs of the planet, to dream and to reflect on nature through their habitats.
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