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Abdul Hay's tomato red tiles

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This tale captures the essence of 15th-century Ottoman tile-making, whose unmatched brilliance continues to adorn Istanbul's mosques today.

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Overview:

"Abdul Hay's Tomato Red Tiles", penned by the talented Uqman-Nagy, is a delightful and colorful tale for young ones. This wonderfully illustrated book washes kids with endless shower of fun and laughter, which are accompanied by a subtle message of kindness and friendship at the end.

Plot Essence

  • The story kick-starts in a serene village where Abdul resides.
  • One foggy morning, Abdul Hay discovers something is amiss with his beloved red tiles.
  • As curiosity grips him, he embarks on a problem-solving adventure.
  • The twists and turns in his journey make the tale intriguing and engaging for the kids.
  • The conclusion of the story embodies a sweet little surprise, disciplining the child subtly about the importance of kindness and friendship.

 

 

This book is not just about tile making. It also teaches kids about being patient, never giving up, and respecting their work. It is a great book for teaching kids about good values.

The story is easy to understand. Kids of all ages will love reading it. The words are clear and simple. The fun pictures will also help kids understand the story.

About the Author: 

Luqman Nagy is a popular children's book author who thrills his readers with descriptive storytelling and beautiful illustrations. A lover of nature and the art world, Nagy brings this love into his work, creating themes around everyday life, culture, and art forms.

More Information

More Information
SKU E20675
Weight 0.400000
Language English
ISBN 9786035000970
Pages 62
Author(s) Luqman Nagy
Publisher Darussalam
Book Size Default
Book Cover Soft

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  1. Epitome of Ottoman Artistry
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    80%
    "Abdul Hay's Tomato Red Tiles" takes you back to the time where Ottoman artisans were unrivaled in their tile-making skills. The legacy of Abdul Hay remains in the mosques of Istanbul even after five centuries, beautifully illustrated in this read. A vibrant and satisfying historical journey.

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  2. Masterpiece Detailing the Wonders of Ottoman Tile-making
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    100%
    The book effortless weaves a tale of the brilliance of Abdul Hay's tile-work and its aesthetics influence on Istanbul. Every chapter enriched my understanding of Ottoman artistry. It's a visually stunning and insightful narrative that I highly recommend.

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  3. Trip Down the Ottoman Architectural Lane
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    100%
    "Abdul Hay's Tomato Red Tiles" is an absorbing account of Iznik's tile-making prowess and its contribution to the architectural beauty of Istanbul. The book is visually vibrant and demands admiration. A must-read for history and art enthusiasts.

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  4. Unveiling the Brilliance of Ottoman Art
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    100%
    This book brilliantly captures the magnificence and versatility of Istanbul's tile-making heritage. It sheds light on the remarkable artistry of Iznik and Abdul Hay's enduring influence. A wonderfully informative and visual delight for art and history lovers alike.

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  5. A Vivid Journey through Time
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    100%
    "Abdul Hay's Tomato Red Tiles" presents an extraordinary dive into the art of early Ottoman tile-making. The book is a revolutionary blend of culture and history, with a hint of aesthetic charm. It feels like a pleasant walk through the vibrant streets of Istanbul. Enthralling!

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