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Easy books to read in Turkish (on a kindle)
1.       Baudouin
1 posts
 01 Sep 2014 Mon 06:50 pm

Merhabalar,

I´m looking for easy Turkish books to read in the original language. I bought a kindle and downloaded a dictionary so that I can look up words that I don´t know.

I have a decent level of Turkish but easy books - for example books that kids may have to read for school - would be less tiring and more comfortable to read.

Thanks for any suggestion!

 

Charles

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2.       gokuyum
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 02 Sep 2014 Tue 01:31 pm

Here are short stories and fairy tales:

 

http://www.cocukpinari.com/index.php/component/option,com_alphacontent/section,12/Itemid,99999999/

 

http://www.dersimiz.com/masal/

 

If you want to buy children books, here you can buy e-books. Of course first you have to create an account:

 

http://www.idefix.com/ekitap/cocuk-kitaplari/kategori_urun.asp?tree=01005



Edited (9/2/2014) by gokuyum
Edited (9/2/2014) by gokuyum

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3.       Felicity
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 06 Jan 2015 Tue 06:40 am

I have just gotten a Kindle also, and am looking for Turkish stories (very elementary though). Have you found any that you like yet? (sorry to reply to a question by asking the same question)

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4.       mavisborbon4
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 06 Feb 2015 Fri 08:01 am

thank you for sharing the links. Very helpful.



Edited (2/6/2015) by mavisborbon4

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