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Children’s Rights Children’s Books

September 2010 – May 2011
Bursa, Çanakkale, Diyarbakır, Istanbul, Samsun

Within the scope of the project Children’s Rights Children’s Books that was realized from September 2010 to May 2011, the short stories of five Swedish writers and the illustrations of five Swedish artists were used as context to create an awareness of children’s rights. In creative writing and drawing workshops organized in Istanbul, Çanakkale, Bursa, Samsun and Diyarbakır, children made paintings describing the short stories, and wrote stories based around the illustrations. 187 children took part in the workshops carried out by Leyla Sakpınar, Şiir Özbilge and Ali Arda. The books prepared in the workshops were published by Ayrıntı Publishing House. The book launch was held at the the Consulate General of Sweden in Istanbul on 3 May 2011.

The Children’s Rights Children’s Books project was realized with the partnership of the Swedish Writers’ Union and the support of the Consulate General of Sweden in Istanbul.

Books

The Mooner Child
written by
The Children Who Took Part in the Istanbul Writing Workshop
illustrated by Per Gustavsson

That Big Tree
written by
Petter Liedbeck
illustrated by The Children Who Took Part in the Istanbul Drawing Workshop

Jakob
written by
Ulf Stark Liedbeck
illustrated by The Children Who Took Part in the Çanakkale Drawing Workshop

The Mysterious Disappearance of Nalle
written by
The Children Who Took Part in the Çanakkale Writing Workshop
illustrated by Gun Jacobson

As Biliam and I Did Some Thinking
written by
Asa Lind
illustrated by The Children Who Took Part in the Bursa Drawing Workshop

Defne and the Dream Ladder
written by
The Children Who Took Part in the Bursa Writing Workshop
illustrated by Per José Karlén

Anton
written by
Eva Susso
illustrated by The Children Who Took Part in the Samsun Drawing Workshop

The Little Dreams of Hador and Midor
written by
The Children Who Took Part in the Samsun Writing Workshop
illustrated by Anna Höglund

Life Goes On
written by
The Children Who Took Part in the Diyarbakır Writing Workshop
illustrated by Gunilla Kvarnström

Green Cloud Blue Grass
written by
Leyla Sakpınar
illustrated by The Children Who Took Part in the Diyarbakır Drawing Workshop

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