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Niquito, the Gardener Dog


August 17, 2022

Book Details

An abandoned puppy and a child full of love to give. a perfect partnership.
children's story that portrays the friendship between a puppy and the flowers in the garden of his house. When Niquito realize that there are ants attacking his friends, he will do everything to keep the shredders far, and save the beautiful roses from insect bites. The plot deals with feelings like a friendship, zeal and respect between friends and goes beyond the story to touch the hearts of little readers.

Author Description

Dill Ferreira is a novelist and children's books author from Goiás, Brazil, where she now lives with her son. Her literary debut was "Casamento por Aparências", the first book in the "Aparências" series, which earned her the Interarte Goiás prize as one of the best novels of the year 2012. In 2014 she became NEO Acadêmica at the Academia Feminina de Letras e Artes de Goiás. In 2016 she proudly received the trophy named after Cora Coralina – one of the greatest Brazilian writers of the twentieth century, as well as her fellow citizen – as one of the leading authors of Goiás' literary scene.She has been privileged to see several of her works included in literary competitions at a municipal, state and federal level.Dill also loves animals. "Niquito", her children's series, was inspired by a lovely pet dog that has been with her for many years.But Dill's stories – about twenty books published so far – are also inspired by her other passions: films and music.

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