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Book review: ‘Oliver Twist’

In Italian, from 8yo.

Oliver Twist is an orphan who escapes from a workhouse to London. There he meets with a gang of juvenile pickpockets led by the elderly Fagin.

This story is about the exploitation of young children in 19th century in London. The tale has been simplified and summarised, perfect for Italian learners.

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Book review: ‘Sulla spiaggia’

In Italian, from 0yo,

Cute and colourful book. Let’s go to the beach! With just a few words every second page, this little book is perfect for young readers or language learners.

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Book review: ‘Storie in 5 minuti – Storie di Dinosauri’

In Italian, from 2yo.

5 little stories about dinosaurs, perfect for bedtime each story is read in 5 minutes. The stories are fun and the colourful illustrations will be enjoyed by young readers.

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Book review: ‘Storie in 5 minuti – Storie della Fattoria’

In Italian, from 2yo.

Beautifully illustrated you will love these 5 stories with farm animals. Short stories to read in 5 minutes, perfect for bedtime. Fun way to learn about farm animals.

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Book review: ‘Il picolo principe’

In Italian, from 8yo.

Antoine Saint Exupery’s Little Prince is 75 years old. This amazing tale of friendship, loneliness, love and loss from a little prince visiting Earth.

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Book review: ‘Albert Einstein – Un genio senza le calze’

In Italian, from 4yo.

This is the story of Albert Einstein, from his early years when he was a gifted child who loved numbers but was also very active to what he has achieved when he became a scientist. A fun way to learn about this amazing scientist and develop your Italian vocabulary.

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Book review: ‘Il ritratto di Dorian Gray’

In Italian, from 12yo.

Enthralled by his own exquisite portrait, Dorian Gray exchanges his soul for eternal youth and beauty. However, influenced by his friend Lord Henry Wotton, he is drawn into a corrupt double life; indulging his desires in secret while remaining a gentleman in the eyes of polite society. Only his portrait bears the traces of his decadence.

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Book review: ‘Giulio Coniglio e la nave pirata’

In Italian, from 2yo.

The porcupine Ignazio has a great idea, he convinces his friend Giulio the rabbit and Tomazo the mouse to play pirates. GIrls are not allowed on board but the snail Laura manages to sneak on board. What is the plan of the ferocious pirates?

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Book review: ‘Su o giu?’

In Italian, from 0yo.

Learn the opposites with this beautiful book. A refined work of paper in which silhouettes of animals and objects are cut out on black paper and become well-defined shadows on a coloured background.

Fun way to learn opposites with your little one, such as up and down, fast and slow…

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Book review: ‘L’isola del tesoro’

In Italian, from 8yo.

Rediscover this classic by Stevenson in Italian. the story has been adapted to suit young language learners. Young Jim Hawkins has discovered a map that will lead him to the fabled Treasure Island. But a host of villains, wild beasts and deadly savages stand between him and the stash of gold. Not to mention the most infamous pirate ever to sail the high seas . . .

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