An Example of Secure Attachment and Gender Awareness: Annemin Çantası (My Mum’s Bag)



Canan Kapucu | 01.09.2017

Annemin Çantası (My Mum’s Bag), is a book written in poetic style by Sara Şahinkanat. The narration includes daily adventures of a mother and her two children. In this period children can always find the goods they need in their mother’s bag.  Book s...

About the Beginning of The Anti-Princess Series



Hatice Kübra Armağan | 01.09.2017

        The Anti-princess Series is a series of biographies written by the authors Nadia Fink and Pitu Saa, with the intention of bringing children to a counter-stance against which the gender roles are reinforced and the borders are repeatedly drawn...

A Woman Outside of the Norms in A Different Mother



Sinem Torun | 01.09.2017

Another Mother opens up a discussion for children about a problem that many people have experienced during certain ages: not loving the family and be ashamed of them. In terms of addressing family and social issues, this book is an example of problem...

By the Power of Moustache: Annem Bıyık Bıraktı (Mum Grows Moustache)



Melike Ergün Topcu | 01.09.2017

Gender, apart from biologic differences, involves the distinctions attributed to individuals by the society. Gender roles include roles attributed to women and men. (Zeybekoğlu 4) Fatih Erdogan crams the concept of gender, gender roles and inequality...

A Realist Tale: Vegetarian Cinderella



Esra Özcan | 01.09.2017

Gender is terminologically the man and woman identity originates due to psychologic, behavioural, social and cultural factors. There are several parameters of this roughly defined gender notion. These parameters are sexual identity, gender bias, gend...

A Reasonable Transformation Story: Lulu Series



Ayşenur Gülsüm | 01.08.2017

Lulu is completely “a trouble maker who lays flat, gives a kick in the air, fusses about and squalls” when she cannot get anything in her way, an original character came out of Judith Viorst’s world of fantasy.  This “toruble-like” little girl’s adve...