Abdulkadir

When they arrived somewhere around Hamadan, the
caravan stopped abruptly. The bandits had attacked the caravan. At that moment, all the chests were
scattered, the items were being looted. One of the bandits said to Abdulkadir; “What’s wrong with
you boy?” He replied, “I only have 40 gold coins. The bandit laughed and asked again. Are you right?
Yes, I have 40 gold coins. The curious bandit took Abdulkadir to their leader. Bandit leader:You have
40 gold coins, right? -Yes.-Tell me where is it? Abdulkadir:-It’s hidden in my cardigan. The bandits
found 40 gold coins hidden in his cardigan and gave them to the chief. Everyone was very surprised.
Chief: Why did you say you have gold? Abdulkadir: – When I left my mother, I promised my mother
that I would not lie. I can’t go back on my promise for 40 gold. Reis:-Shame on us that we weren’t as
good as a child. What will be our state when we appear before Allah? Then he added:-Now, this boy
has turned me on the wrong path. I regret all the sins I have done so far. From now on, I will be a
good person and will not do things that God does not like. The bandits who were loyal to the leader
understood that what they were doing was wrong. They returned everything they had taken from
the caravan to their owners and swore they would never commit banditry again. Sayyid Abdulkadir
set off again with the caravan and reached Baghdad. There he was engaged in science. He became a
very famous scientist in a very short time. Sayyid Abdulkadir helped thousands of people get away
from evil and become good people. Never stray from the right path and do not lie so that Allah is
with you. It was a hot summer day. It was full of fragrant scents and flowers everywhere. The bee
that flew in the flower field, whistling, was quite cheerful. The bee was gliding so beautifully that the
daisy was amazed. The bee, tired of flying, landed on the branch of the tree next to the daisy. Daisy,
who wants to talk to the bee, calls out;- How beautifully you fly. I can’t see the beauty in the world
like you because I don’t have wings like you. All I can see are the flowers around me. Can you pick me
up and show me around? The bee, looking arrogantly at the daisy, says:- How can I carry you? I will
never be able to pick you up and carry you. I get tired almost immediately. He does not want to carry
the daisy by saying what will you do with the beauties in the world. Then it flies away quickly. If the
bee behaves like this, it makes the daisy very sad and cries for days. The bee could have taken the
daisy and carried it around. However, he acted arrogantly and underestimated the daisy. After a
certain time, the weather began to cool. The flowers began to fade and shed their leaves onthe rees.

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Caravan in Baghdad

The old tree asks for help, but a servant of God does not pass through the forest. Then some time
passed, a few days later a man named Ahmet fell into our forest. Ahmet was very surprised while
walking in the forest. There were so many kinds of trees that some of them were of the kind that
Ahmet had never seen in his life. Then he heard a groaning sound. He walked towards the sound and
saw that our old tree was writhing in pain. Its branches are broken. Ahmet should also take care of
the tree, I should save it from this situation, but while thinking how, he thought of his friend the
alpine bird. He started whistling to call the bird. whistling alpine bird He came to Ahmet and was very
upset when he saw the condition of the old tree. He called his friends to help him, and suddenly a lot
of birds landed on the trunk of the tree. All the birds separated the branches of the tree and started
to care. Ahmet also helped them. And they succeeded in repairing the tree. The tree, which was very
happy with this, thanked everyone and gave two of its broken branches to Ahmet. And he said, ‘Plant
this in the ground. Let it grow into a tree like me. Many good deeds will be written for you too.’
Ahmet happily bought the branches and planted them in the garden of his house. And the tree
worked so that people could breathe. Everyone continued to live happily ever after. Once upon a
time, a young man named Sayyid Abdulkadir was eager to learn science, so he started looking for a
cure. Finally, he said to his mother: “Mom, I want to go to Baghdad to learn science. Mother, I do not
want to leave you, but I do not want to prevent you from walking in the way of Allah. His mother
prepared a way for Abdulkadir. He then put 40 gold coins in the pocket he sewed into his son’s
jacket. Then he said to his son: – My last word to you is if you want to please me and Allah, please be
honest and never lie so that Allah will always be with you. Sayyid Abdulkadir promised his mother
and left. He boarded a caravan to Baghdad.

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Veli realises

Sometimes the opposite would happen. He told that he couldn’t go to the parent because he
couldn’t finish counting. The parent asked him if he had finished counting. The falcon bird also
explained that he balanced the account and that he could only come in this way. Veli asked his falcon
how he balanced this account. The falcon bird told him that those who remained in the account were
more than those who died, and the other who died was more than the remaining ones. In the end,
although it was wrong, he had to count those who followed his wife’s advice from the dead, so that
he balanced the number. Veli was surprised when he heard these words of the falcon bird. Realizing
that he was also counted among the dead, he realized his mistake. Veli wanted the birds to be the
same as before. All the birds settled on the roof of the guardian’s house and took their feathers and
flew to their nests. The parent man, who learned a lesson from what the falcon said, told his wife
that he did not want to do such a thing anymore, that he did not want to live in such a house, and
they continued to live in their old house. Once upon a time. Once upon a time, there was a forest in a
place where everyone did not know. And in this forest, if you count, there are many trees that I know
are not enough. These trees were diverse, with all shades of green, large and small, with different
leaves and without fruit. One of these trees was both the most beautiful and the oldest tree in the
forest. Of all the trees, it was the most striking tree. All the trees in the forest looked at him with
envy. Young trees wondered if they would one day be as beautiful as her and live as long as she did.
It blew so violently, so strongly that it would be an understatement to say wind. It would be more
accurate to say that the storm is blowing. All the trees in the forest were both surprised and scared.
Even the old tree has never seen such a wind in its life. The wind that lasted for days is gone to blow
to other lands. Our forest has calmed down, everyone is looking at themselves, checking whether the
branches are broken or the leaves have fallen. Fortunately, the trees were not damaged, but a shout
was heard from somewhere. Once they saw that the old tree was writhing in pain and shouting. The
wind broke the branches of the old tree. All the trees in the forest were stunned by this situation.

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Once upon a time

Once upon a time there was a great man. Every prayer of this saint would be accepted. Whatever
he wanted, he would come. Whatever he goes through will be accepted. This man was a man loved
and trusted by all. Moreover, the animals listened to this man’s every word. People from all over
come to see this guardian man. But this kind-hearted man also had a wife. The man’s wife was
nothing like a man. His wife, who was a luxury lover, wanted the most luxurious of everything. This
woman, who was constantly nagged, was trying to make her husband do whatever she wanted. One
day, his wife told her husband that their house should be changed, that this is a parent’s house and it
should be at a level that suits the parents’ house. He wanted their house to be covered with bird
feathers. He thought it should attract attention when viewed from the outside. But the guardian man
did not take kindly to his wife’s idea. He told his wife that he was an ordinary person and that he
didn’t need to have a different home just because his prayers were answered. But his wife always
insisted. It’s like he’s eating the meat of your brain on this subject. The man succumbed to his wife’s
insistence and accepted. The guardian’s prayer was accepted and the birds came to the guardian’s
house. Various birds gathered in front of the guardian’s house. Veli had the feathers of the birds
plucked. He decorated the roofs of his houses with them. Among all the birds, only one falcon
refused to come to that house. Veli sent word to his falcon. But the falcon did not come. Veli once
again sent word, but the bird did not come again. When the parent sent word for the third time, the
bird that was born had to go to the guardian’s house. Veli was angry with his falcon bird. He asked
the falcon why he did not come. The falcon bird began to explain to the parents why he did not
come. Since the foundation of the world, the falcon is a bird responsible for counting the people who
were born and the people who migrated from the world. While he was counting these, he sometimes
subtracted the number of those who migrated from the world more than the number of those who
left.

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A day may come

One day, the crow, who is obsessed
with it, has decided to leave everything behind and run away from his house. He went a long way and
finally came to a farm. While he was looking at the farm with curiosity, he saw the peacocks. Unlike
him, their feathers were colorful. The crow liked them so much that he could not bear to look at
them from afar and went to them. He asked them who they were and one of them replied that we
are peacocks ugly and they walked away laughing among themselves. But for now, he had no choice
but to go home because he was hungry. As time passed, the crow became obsessed with this subject
and began to secretly watch the peacocks. When he saw the feathers of the peacocks, he was blown
away with happiness because now he would stick those feathers to his tail and be like them.
Everyone should see this, the crow thought, smugly flying over to the other crows. He said to them,
“Look, black ugly crows, my feathers are prettier than all of you, I detest all of you.” Other crows
began to laugh, “cack cackling.” Then the crow said, “What a funny flock of idiots.” Other crows said,
“Even if they hit a golden saddle on a donkey, a donkey is still a donkey.” Then the angry crow said, “I
will not deal with you anymore.” and left from there. The crow thought he should hang out with
them if he was going to be like a peacock. He found a way to get among the peacocks. No peacocks
noticed him at first.Crow was trying to adjust to his new life. He walked like them and acted like
them. The crow was trying to go a little further and sound like them. But it would be an old habit of
“gak! cack!” she cried. Thereupon, the peacocks, who were not already warmed to the new member
of the group, gathered around the crow.The peacocks, who had the opportunity to take a closer look
at the crow, realized that they had been deceived, and took their feathers back one by one and drove
the crow away. The crow, who was left alone, thought, “What should I do, so that I can go home too,
and went home. When the other crows saw that the cursing crow was coming back, they did not take
it between them. The crow, crying, ran away into the forest and died of sadness.

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The big lemon tree

The big lemon tree was afraid that these mountain plants with flowers more beautiful than itself
would shake its throne in the garden. After all, his little white flowers wouldn’t even go unnoticed
next to the mountain flowers. However, the lemon tree was trying to be the most favorite product of
the garden. The little tree looked at this situation very differently. He had no fear of thirst, and he
had never doubted that the power that had given him this life would also give him the water he
needed to live. She had never been in a hurry to brag about her size and beauty. When the same
offer was made to her, she accepted without hesitation. He also expressed his happiness to the
flowers with nice words. Moreover, he caressed their hearts by saying that their presence would save
him from loneliness. Contrary to the jealous nature of the big tree, which could not tolerate others,
the small lemon tree believed that it would enhance the beauty of every beauty. Thus, the seeds of
the mountain flower took their place around the small lemon tree. When their seeds sprouted after a
while and then bloomed, they formed the best corner of the garden. The little lemon made a
sacrifice to shed even its leaves that block the sun in order to make this beauty shine even more. The
gardener, who was looking for the source of this scent, was very happy when he came across the
mountain flowers. The gardener, who was also praised by the owner for this fragrant scent, gets up
early in the morning and comes to the fragrant flowers, pays special attention to them, first feeds
them with fertilizer, waters them, and then takes care of other flowers and trees. They shared every
piece of fertilizer put on the ground for them, every drop of water that was spilled, with the little
lemon tree. The lemon tree, which forgot hunger in this abundance and got water up to the end of its
branches, became a little stronger every day. As the weak branches turned into strong branches, all
its formlessness disappeared. The love of the little lemon tree for flowers made such a strong
comeback that by spring it had become the biggest tree in the garden. The bees were constantly
flying around it to get honey from it, the butterflies that settled on its branches added to its beauty.
The big lemon tree had now become the weakest tree in the garden. On the one hand, the feeling of
jealousy that he could not get rid of, on the one hand, was drying him out day by day. Once upon a
time, there was a crow who was bored with his monotonous life.

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Judge’s decision

After the judge’s decision, the spokesperson of the wasps wanted to speak. He explained that when
they were promised, they were never taught to make honey and that’s why they took care of other
people’s honey. Saying that they regretted it now, he asked the honey bees to forgive them and
teach them how to make honey. The honey bees accepted this request and began to teach them how
to make honey by forgiving them. Over time, the wasps learned how to make honey and started to
live as friends in unity. There were all kinds of fruit trees in the garden of a businessman’s house.
There were only two lemon trees, and when the month of May came, a fresh breeze would be the
source of the garden, and the scent emanating from these trees would fill even people who are stuck
between the four walls of the surrounding apartments with the joy of life. However, one of these
trees had irregular branches like a bush, and weak branches like a cherry tree, as if he had given all
the strength in the soil to the other tree. The big tree despised the weak tree, when he got the
chance, he would show his thinness in the face and always brag about its regular shape and strong
branches. Only the big tree was despised. The gardener in the garden had almost given up hope of
him, too, and often spoke to the owner of the uselessness of this tree. For this reason, most of the
water always went to the big tree, and most of the time, he didn’t even bother to water the small
tree. A strong breeze brought a new liveliness in the garden. The flower seeds carried by the north
wind from the mountains were scattered in the garden. Since the garden was full of vegetables,
flowers and trees, the seeds of mountain flowers, which were trying to find a place for themselves,
found the solution by asking permission from the empty bottom lemon trees. The big tree did not
want to lose its place in the garden. To flower seeds; “You guys want a lot of water. You will also
absorb the water given for me and leave me without water, causing me to dry out.” He knew that he
would not be left without water even though he said that, he was ashamed to express his real fear.

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The spring comes

The spring that came after the winter season brought with it colorful flowers. The blooming of the
flowers made the honey bees happy the most. Without wasting any time, they began to collect
nectar for the honey they would make by putting them from flower to flower. They placed the
honey, which they made from the essences they collected, in the beehives by giving them various
shapes. While everything was going well, wasps suddenly appeared. These bees claimed that the
honey made by the bees belonged to them. Thereupon, a fight started between the bees. The claims
of wild bees angered the honeybees and they realized that they could not reach a solution by
fighting. Thereupon, they applied to the court to find out who the owner of the honey was. They
complained about wasps claiming their honey. The judge of the court was the experienced hornet.
The hornet decided to listen to other animals in the vicinity as witnesses in order to understand who
the owner of the honey was. The grasshopper spoke as the first witness. Thereupon, the hornet
thought that both bee species were suitable for the description, and decided to listen to other
witnesses. Thus, the other animals began to rest, but as the days passed, no results could be
obtained. The wisest of the honey bees, who lost their honey due to the passing of the days, went
before the judge and demanded the right to speak. When he was given the right, he explained that
the bears ate the honey and that the products they had worked on for days were ruined. Then he
said that he had an idea to find out who the owner of the honey was. When the judge agreed to
listen to his opinion, he suggested that both types of bees make honey in front of the judge. The
judge liked the idea of ​​the smart bee and asked both bee species to make honey in front of him. The
wasps objected to this decision, but they had nothing to do. Thereupon, both the honey bees and the
wasps started to make honey in front of the judge. Since the honey bees are used to making honey,
they quickly prepared the honey, but no matter how hard the wasps tried, they were not able to
make honey. At the end of the day, all the bees went before the judge. The judge, who examined the
honey produced, made his decision by saying that the honey made belongs to the honey bees and
that the wasps cannot make honey. This decision was to deliver the honey to its original owners.

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The wolf

The wolf, who went out to find something to eat to fill his stomach, was walking silently in the
dark of the night. It was obvious that he was very hungry. From the light of the moon hitting his
body, his bones were almost counted. While moving towards the path; He met a majestic dog whose
hair was well-groomed, which was evident in every way he was well fed. The wolf who envied this
state of him;How lucky are you! You have people to take care of you and feed you, you have a home
where you sleep safely at night. How satisfied you seem to be.The dog took a pitying glance towards
the wolf and felt sorry for the wolf’s frail condition. “I don’t have any difficulty in finding food where I
live, I have a regular life,” he said. If you want a regular life like me, you can come with me. You can
eat as much as you want and we’ll share my cabin.The wolf, who welcomed this offer with great joy,
set off with the dog. He would help the dog guard the house at night so that he would have a tidy
place to stay and plenty of food. As they were walking together towards the dog’s house, the wolf
saw a scar in the dog’s shiny coat and asked: What is the scar on his neck? Does it hurt, how did this
happen?The dog replied indifferently: It’s no big deal. “The leash of the chain may have done it, it
doesn’t hurt,” he said.Kurt asked in astonishment, how do you mean you don’t lead a free life?Dog, I
actually only get chained during the day. My owner is tying me up thinking that I am an aggressive
dog and that I will cause harm. At night, I don’t wear my leash, I’m free to go wherever I want. And
this is better for me. Because I am resting and sleeping until the evening and I am getting stronger.
Then I can fill my stomach well and do my night dut better.Everyone in the house loves me very
much. The ittle boy of the house loves to play with me. House maids feed me. Sometimes I eat from
my owner’s plate. Meanwhile, without looking back, he called after the wolf, which was lost in the
dark: Where are you going?Wolf, I’m happy for you by turning into a dog, my captive friend. All the
food, your happy home and those owners who say they love you are yours. I wouldn’t trade my
freedom for any of these things. And he went on his way, saying, “I will not accept to wear that chain
around my neck for whatever reason.” The adventure of Dinosaur Mino, Who Wants to Be Happy,
and his close friend Dino the Dino, who don’t look like him at all, are in Mavisel Yener’s colorful new
book! Mavisel Yener, which children read with great pleasure, tells a story that will encourage
children and fill their hearts with love. Don’t be frowning. One day you will learn to be happy,
remember! A gift can’t be ugly.The help of his friends is unforgettable. Dinosaur Dino, who is always
smiling and happy even at the smallest thing, is in trouble with his best friend Dinosaur Mino! You
ask why? Because Mino the Dinosaur is a sullen dinosaur who doesn’t know how to enjoy life… How
much time can Dinosaur Dino spend with a friend who is always unhappy?You are smaller than some
and bigger than others. But that’s not the point! You are you! Just as you are! Your friends love you
the way you are. What happened to Dinosaur Dino and Mino the Dinosaur begins at the edge of the
stream, where frogs jump, fish swim in cool waters, snails sway on leaves, and birds flutter.
Whatever Dino enjoys, Mino complains about it. Let’s see if the animals in the forest and Ponchik
Hedgehog can turn unhappy Dinosaur Mino’s pessimism into optimism.Dinosaur Mino: You can’t fly,
you can’t catch clouds, you can’t make cotton candy from them. How sad!Hedgehog Ponçik: I can
run, I can climb, I can swim. I’d rather be happy with what I can do than be sorry for what I couldn’t
do.Mavisel Yener, in her book The Dinosaur Who Wants to Be Happy, emphasizes that we should be
proud of our achievements instead of being sad about what we failed to achieve, and that we should
be happy with what we have instead of focusing on what we don’t have. If there are little ones
among us who always want more, are not content with the toys they have and whine because they
can’t buy more toys at every shopping, this book is written for them. acting kids! Mino the Dinosaur
Who Wants to Be Happy learns how to be happy in this story. How Does? Only children who have
read the book know this.

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