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Living in . . . Italy By Chloe Perkins Tom Woolley,

  • Title: Living in . . . Italy
  • Author: Chloe Perkins Tom Woolley
  • ISBN: 9781481452014
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Are you one of the 15 million Americans with Italian heritage Ever wonder what Italy is really like Discover what it s like to be a kid growing up in Italy with this fascinating, nonfiction Level 2 Ready to Read, part of a new series all about kids just like you in countries around the world Ciao My name is Pia, and I m a kid just like you living in Italy Italy is a coAre you one of the 15 million Americans with Italian heritage Ever wonder what Italy is really like Discover what it s like to be a kid growing up in Italy with this fascinating, nonfiction Level 2 Ready to Read, part of a new series all about kids just like you in countries around the world Ciao My name is Pia, and I m a kid just like you living in Italy Italy is a country filled with ancient ruins, beautiful beaches, and delicious food Have you ever wondered what living in Italy is like Come along with me to find out Each book is narrated by a kid growing up in their home country and is filled with fresh, modern illustrations as well as loads of history, geography, and cultural goodies that fit perfectly into Common Core standards Join kids from all over the world on a globe trotting adventure with the Living in series sure to be a hit with children, parents, educators, and librarians alike
    Living in Italy Are you one of the million Americans with Italian heritage Ever wonder what Italy is really like Discover what it s like to be a kid growing up in Italy with this fascinating nonfiction Level Re

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    1. The girl on the front cover is Pia, and she takes the readers to learn about her country Italy Traveling with her, you will learn about interesting culture and history facts about Italy, and also what does a girl do in a typical school day It is fun to see the common things and difference to living in America.

    2. Another gift for my niece There s a lot of information in a short book, covering regions of Italy, history, cuisine, and lifestyle But some of the vocabulary mostly the names of places seems advanced for a Level 2 reader Sicily, Mediterranean, Emilia Romagna I suppose a book about Italy has to have some of these words to be complete and I m glad they err on the side of information than over simplification Having too many phonetic pronunciations would be distracting only two words had them , but [...]

    3. Kids take a trip to Italy by following little Pia around for one day.If you ve never picked up one of these Living In books, you should They do a great intro into modern life for a typical kid in a medium sized city in that country and manage to cover history, culture, food, festivals, and typical daily life.

    4. Great series Little annoyed with this one for stopping the history right before Benito Mussolini cough, cough

    5. Living in is a new series that will introduce beginning readers to kids from around the world We learn some of the different geographies of the land and some of the major cities Then, we spend a day in the life of each child from getting to ready for school to the end of the day In between, we learn a little bit of history and some other facts pertaining to arts, culture, or sports A page of country facts is included at the end The Mexico title included a glossary in the beginning.

    6. Great information about Italy written in a format for younger children I am not a fan of the illustration style and think photographs mixed in would lend credibility to the book.

    7. This cute short nonfiction informational story goes through this girl named Pia s life as she lives in Italy It gives a glimpse to those from other countries as to what encompasses Italy That includes history, geography, and the cultures and practices of the people It is stated as a level two book, therefore the target audience would represent the primary group In particular, ages around five to seven would remain appropriate Due to the informational aspect of Italy as a whole, while touching up [...]

    8. SUMMARYLiving in Italy is part realistic fiction and part history book Narrated by a young girl named Pia, readers learn about the history of Italy, the geography, the language, as well as Pia s daily life This beginning reader book has short, large text sentences and cartoonish illustrations that provide visual information to describe life in ItalySPONSEThis book provides easy to understand lessons that children can relate to through the narrator, Pia She serves as the every man that children c [...]

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