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The Best Things In The World

The Best Things In The World (Portuguese: As Melhores Coisas do Mundo) a 2010 Brazilian coming-of-age film based on the book series Mano, by Gilberto Dimenstein and Heloisa Prieto, directed by Lais Bodanzky. Enjoy the trailer!

Visiting dreams

Visiting Dreams book clip. Fantasy fiction written by Heloisa Prieto, illustrated by Jan Limpens, published by Editora Estrela Cultura Check it out!

The Unmissable Book

Heloisa Prieto reads her tale about a kid’s pet hate book that eventually turns into his favorite story. The Unmissable Book, text by Heloisa Prieto, illustrations by Jan Limpens, published by Editora Somos Educação.

The Wind Riders

Victor Scatolin, translator of Heloisa Prieto and Adrienne Geoghegan book The Wind Riders, reads its first chapters at Sesi/Cotia library.

Reading by Heloisa Prieto

Heloisa Prieto talks about life and literature during an interview at her house, published by Revista Nova Escola.

Wang-Fo and the magical arts

Heloisa Prieto reads "Wang-Fo and the magical arts" a chinese tale from her book There Comes a Story, published by Companhia das letrinhas.

Grandma's secret trunk

Grandma's secret trunk, childhood memories and self discovery insights feature this delicate short story, read by its author, Heloisa Prieto, originally published in Revista Nova Escola.

Divine adventures

Renowed writer, Penelope Martins, suggests the book Divine Adventures, written by Heloisa Prieto, illustrated by Maria Eugenia, published by Companhia das letrinhas.

The City of Sleepers

Writer, film maker, journalist Gabriela Romeu, suggests the book The City of Sleepers, written by Heloisa Prieto, illustrated by Elizabeth Tognato, Sesi publishing house.

All over the World with Mawaca

Mawaca lovely musical works inspired the book Songs and Lyrical Tales from all over the World, written by Heloisa Prieto and Magda Pucci. Check Mawaca´s amazing music!

1001 Ghosts

A thousand and One Ghosts, awarded, praised play by Cia. do Grito, inspired by the Heloisa Prieto´s book had excellent reviews.