Ciao, Bambinos! I served up my go-to Pasta Putanesca with a smug smirk last night, because this week our What to Read Wednesday link-up is highlighting kids’ lit from another region of the world: Italy!
You’ll recall we’ve featured books from Mexico, France, Africa, and Japan already; and I recently shared how raising globally-minded, compassionate offspring is a guiding principle of our homeschool.
My favorite Italian kids books are from Tomie dePaola’s Strega Nona collection, with his subtle foreign language vocabulary lessons in the immersive flair of Skippy John Jones…
And now for the link up!
Our hosts will still share a themed selection of our favorite books each week.
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The most popular post from last week featuring all things Japan was:
Castle View Academy’s Recipes I’m Loving From My Japanese Table