The love of Maria, the beautiful
The love of Maria, the beautiful

Maria the Beautiful, brave woman of the sunny and dry Northeastern region of Brazil had a life that was different from the life of the other Marias of her birthplace. Fearless, she followed the man he loved, Lampião. She never lost her grace and, aside from being brave, was also very feminine. She didn’t need beauty saloons or shops to inspire fashion in her own way. Part of the sales project of the National Program of Educational Books, created by the Secretary of Education. Considered Highly Commendable to Children by the Brazilian National Foundation for Children’s and Teenager’s Books (FNLIJ)/ 2004.

Published by: DCL

Illustrator: Miadaira

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I don’t like, I don’t want
I don’t like, I don’t want

This books is in its 11th edition and has sold around fifty thousand copied. It was published in Mexico and Colombia by Panamericana. It’s the story of a bad-tempered little girl who only knew how to say NO. To her, the world didn’t have any colors.

Published by: Ediouro

Illustrator: Roger Mello

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Meu Padrinho, Padre Cícero
Meu Padrinho, Padre Cícero

Father Cicero was a real-life person. One of the most popular priests of Brazil, Father Cicero has the devotion of people all over the country. But it’s to the city of Juazeiro do Norte, where he first became famous, that people go when they are praying for his help. In this fictional work, Luciana Savaget reminds us of who Father Cicero really was using the miracles that happened in the life of the character Romão, who walks around telling stories that are also songs. The drawings of Jô de Oliveira resemble xylographic prints, the most popular graphic mode of expression in the Northeast of Brazil...

Published by: DCL

Illustrator: Jô Oliveira

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