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Brazil is the country of soccer. However, only men get most fame and financial return. In 1941, its government decreed a ban on women’s soccer, as well as other physical activities that could impact their body and fertility. But many women continued to play, and today women's soccer in Brazil remains alive because of them. That’s why the picture book “Helô and the Time Match” was created. It is hoped that the result of this editorial project can be a way of connecting a child to the sporting spirit, to history of soccer and the value of friendships, putting girls in a leading role. This way, the history of soccer can be told differently.
Novo Hamburgo, Brazil