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About the Author
Özge Bahar Sunar is a former teacher turned children's author. She has written multiple picture books, including the bestselling The Hedgehog and the Exhibit, illustrated by Ceyhun Şen, which was translated into seven languages. Sunar lives with her two children in Antalya, Turkey, where she loves to think up new stories while hiking in the wild.
Senta Urgan is a graduate of Mimar Sinan University, where she studied sculpture. She previously worked as a fine arts and preschool teacher and as an art director and illustrator on a national Turkish TV channel. Since 2010 she has been illustrating books for children, including picture books and novels, and also works as a graphic designer. She is the founder of the brand Mala Hermana Handmade, where she exhibits her illustrations and ceramic art.
Amy Marie Spangler is a cofounder of Istanbul-based AnatoliaLit Agency, and a commercial and literary translator with numerous books and short stories to her credit. From 2007 until 2015, she headed the fiction translation group of the Cunda International Workshop for Translators of Turkish Literature, and she has taught in the translation studies departments of Boğaziçi University and Okan University in Istanbul.
Amy Marie Spangler is cofounder of the AnatoliaLit Agency in Turkey and the commercial and literary translator of numerous books and short stories. From 2007 until 2015, she headed the fiction-translation group of the Cunda International Workshop for Translators of Turkish Literature, and she has taught in the translation-studies departments at Boğaziçi University and Istanbul Okan University.
"A gentle book about remembering, as well as grieving, a life well lived." --Kirkus Reviews
"This depiction of a tender, loving relationship is touched with magic, and Ali's participation in his grandmother's experiences brings them both much joy." --Booklist
"[A] beautiful, heartfelt story about loss and love...The scenes capture the equally aching and bittersweet emotions of remembering the past and holding onto love, even as one says goodbye...This story will touch readers who know bittersweet experiences with loss and love, and will be at home in every collection." --School Library Journal
"My Grandma's Photos...is a truly endearing picture book for children ages 5-8 with its message of intergenerational family love." --Midwest Book Review