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ABC’s The Italian Way

The best way to learn a new language is when you’re young and I say you can’t start too early. Here’s a chance to win a free baby book for a friend who might want to teach Italian to the little one in the house. Or maybe it could be a starting point even for you as an adult to learn Italian. Joe of Italyville has just posted an interesting interview with Sonya Caruso, the author/illustrator of ABC Italiano, and will be sending me 10 books to disperse with as I please. But in order to get the books, he needs you to leave a comment on his blog. For each comment, he’ll buy one book (up to 50) and send the books to me and several other bloggers to disseminate.  I am a member of a large Italian community here in Princeton so I will have no trouble finding homes for the books that Joe sends my way. But I’d like to give away half of them (5) to readers of Ciao Chow Linda. You want one? It’s as simple as ABC –  just leave a comment following this blog and I’ll choose five names at random. image   ABC Italiano, Sonya Caruso, Italyville.com,

This Post Has 28 Comments
  1. I would love a copy for my young grandchildren. We could learn Italian together. I was in Italy years ago and look forward to returning some day. What a wonderful give away, Linda.

  2. Hi Linda – Just found your blog. Love it! If you have any extras, would love to teach my niece Emma! Thanks for creating such a site and opportunity!

  3. Grand entry, Linda! I am not here for the book – but just to congratulate you – never have done a giveaway – (ohh selfish), never thought of it or know how it works and now am kicking myself.

    But the Italian language – worth learning how the whole thing works! I love your comments from moms and moms-to-be!

  4. I also would like to have this book for myself. I am trying to learn to speak and read Italian. I lost my dear Mom a couple of years ago (she was born in Avellino) and I have some correspondence between my Mom and her sister (who lives in Italy, but I've never met). Of course they are written in Italian. These letters may help me contact family in Italy that I've never met or known, but desperately want to!

  5. I also would like to have this book for myself. I am trying to learn to speak and read Italian. I lost my dear Mom a couple of years ago (she was born in Avellino) and I have some correspondence between my Mom and her sister (who lives in Italy, but I've never met). Of course they are written in Italian. These letters may help me contact family in Italy that I've never met or known, but desperately want to!

  6. Complimenti, ho trovato l'articolo/il suo BLOG (come sempre)molto interessante! Mi piacerebbe moltissimo un libro ed anche un biglietto per il tuo prossimo viaggio in Italia (:

  7. Sonya is doing a great service to help promote the Italian language early on for children. Many adults could benefit from her book too! Can't wait to see her book about colors.

  8. I'd LOVE to have this book to share with my two grandchildren — a boy, tre anni, and a brand new girl, cinque messi. My grandson understands many of the words I use around him and he uses them as well – especially the food words.

  9. Oh I would love to be able to teach my grandsons Italian. Oh how I miss my Grandmother speaking Italian to me as she made the macaroni gravy in her kitchen and my Mother and Aunts chatting away in Italian.
    Joyce

  10. Would love the book as I am teaching myself Italian in the car during my long commute every day to and from work. My first great niece was just born and I would love to give her and her parents the book. Thank you!

  11. I am sure my kids would love a new addition like this to their ever growing library here at home! Good luck hope you reach the 50 comments!

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