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6 national books for the emotional and intellectual maturation of children

To celebrate National Children’s Book Day, celebrated on April 18, check out some incredible national books for children

Children’s stories are essential not only to stimulate creativity, critical thinking and give autonomy to little ones, but they also help children understand the society in which they live. For example, works that present the power of friendship teach the importance of empathy, loyalty, and kindness.

Narratives that explore sadness and melancholy help with social and emotional development. There are also plots that stimulate the imagination of young readers, especially those that celebrate freedom of expression and autonomy in childhood.

With this in mind, to celebrate National Children’s Book Day, celebrated on April 18, we have separated six stories written and illustrated by Brazilians, full of learning and fun adventures. Each narrative chosen below will help children on this personal journey of emotional and intellectual maturity. Check out:

The moon fell

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Written and illustrated by Irena Freitas, one of the prominent authors of contemporary children’s literature, The Moon Fell is a story about unlikely friendships, trust, emotions and how to deal with frustration in a fun way. In this work, children follow the saga of a girl as small as Dona Aranha’s leg. Every night she works in her garden, but one day the moon falls and destroys everything the girl had cultivated. Now she will have to deal with setbacks and learn the meaning of unexpected friendships.

Where to find: Amazon and VR Editora


Manatee Solution

Manatee Solution
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A story of overcoming and friendship! In this work the writers Mari Bigio It is Joana Lira, feature a manatee who faces a hiccup that seems to have no end. Without losing hope, the animal counts on the help of its forest friends: heron, water snake, paca, alligator, mullet, frog and even a little mouse, who try to find a way to save it. Furthermore, the work helps to enrich vocabulary with a glossary of 21 new words, which appear highlighted in the text.

Where to find: Amazon and VR Editora


The seasons inside me

The Seasons Inside Me
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A touching and affectionate gift about the transformative power of friendship! In The Seasons Within Me, the author Bianca Pozzi teaches young readers how to deal with sadness and melancholy. In the plot, a girl starts her day feeling sad and alone until she finds a puppy in need of help: suddenly, her life takes on new meanings. This children’s book provides moments of social and emotional development for children.

Where to find: Amazon and VR Editora


Fierce fair

Ferocious Fair
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In a brilliant partnership, the authors Adriana Fernandes It is Daniel Kondo invite young readers to stimulate creativity through a fun game in which they have to invent words by mixing animals and vegetables. What will come next? From there, just let your imagination flow. The authors show how creating different words and encouraging children to make their own combinations can be enriching for personal growth.

Where to find:Amazon and VR Editora


Ana and the week

Ana and the Week
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In this work set during the 1922 Modern Art Week, the award-winning author Katia Canton tells the story of Ana, a girl from the past, and João, a boy from the present, who meet through a photo and together explore the legacy of the event. With illustrations by Mariana Zanettithe narrative revisits the main names and works of the Brazilian modernist movement, stimulating the critical sense of children.

Where to find: Amazon and VR Editora


Gabi with a mustache

Gabi with Mustache
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A true celebration of freedom of expression in childhood! Written by Tino Freitas and illustrated by Bruno Nunes, this children’s book follows Gabi, a girl who is proud of her mustache and defies gender stereotypes. In this plot, the author encourages children to be authentic, respecting their own identities and the space of others, through a fun narrative. Furthermore, it reinforces the importance of autonomy from an early age.

Where to find: Amazon and VR Editora

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