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Victoria was born in the UK
and is going to Brazil with her Mother to meet her relatives for the first time.
Her great-grandmother is a Brazilian Indian from the Tupi-Guarani Tribe
so she is very excited about what she will find in her Mother's home land.

Published by
Frances Lincoln Childrens Books
ISBN 978-1-84507-927-7
Available from all good book shops

Victoria Campos-Davis, now aged 9 years but
Victoria's Day is about a girl at nursery school when Victoria was 4 years old.

She happens to be our daughter and happens to have Down's syndrome.
It was published by Frances Lincoln Children's Books in 2007
ISBN 978-1-84507-571-2

Available from your local book shop or from Waterstones at

or Amazon

Here is the review from School Librarian magazine by Angela Redfern

Here are what the local papers say about it

Right Start magazine Mar07

If you would like to know more about Victoria's life story please click here

Link to the Down's Syndrome London web site

Also by Maria de Fatima Campos is
B is for Brazil, Cassio's Day, and the Insight Guide to Rio de Janeiro

Cassio's Day
A day in the life of a Brazilian child
The second children's book
by Maria de Fatima Campos

Keywords: Victoria, Campos-Davis, Victoria's Day, Down's syndrome, Maria de Fatima Campos