Best Children’s eBooks in Italian in 2022


Children's eBooks in Italian

When you're searching for children's eBooks in Italian, you'll find a wide variety of options. From Geronimo Stilton and Hadrian the Dog of Pompeii to the stories of Beatrix Potter and the Stone Giant, there's something for all types of children. You can find bilingual books about these subjects, too, for both adults and children. In this article, you'll find more information about some of the best choices available.

Geronimo Stilton

Readers of Geronimo Stilton's Italian children's eBooks will love the wacky mouse's unique style of storytelling. Inspired by his volunteer work in Italian children's hospitals, Stilton's stories focus on values and general knowledge. The books in Italian are available as both eBooks and print books. There is also a series in English.

Many people know Stilton from the popular series of books he has published in English and other languages. Several spin-off series have been created for the character, including books for adults and stand-alone novels. One of the more recent is Geronimo Stilton 2022, which was adapted for television. You can also check out Geronimo Stilton's children's eBooks in Italian on Amazon or through your library.

The latest Geronimo Stilton eBook for children explores the beautiful landscapes of Italy and teaches kids about its rich history and culture. The series also features Geronimo's friends, the frog family, and a cat named "Iris."

The Geronimo Stilton series features female characters, with books focusing on the Thea Sisters, five sisters who studied under Professor Stilton. Among the other recurring characters in the series, Creepella von Cacklefur is a recurring antagonist. Sally Ratmousen is a fierce competitor and obnoxious. She was also the founder of the Rodent's Gazette, Geronimo Stilton's main competitor.

In one of Geronimo Stilton's books in Italian, the Queen of Fairies, Blossom, has disappeared with three magical objects. If Blossom is not found, her kingdom could fall into the hands of evil spirits. Geronimo must rescue the queen and return to the kingdom safely. Then, he must face many dangerous and bizarre quests, including a trip to the world of the Fairies.

Hadrian, the Dog of Pompeii

Hadrian, the Dog of Pompeii is a bilingual book, with text in both Italian and English. This fascinating story focuses on a curious dog that meets many people and ends up being a hero. This book is an excellent choice for young children who love dogs and are learning English. This book also has a historical context and is a good choice for children who are learning the language. We've provided some of our favorite quotes and illustrations from the book.

Stone Giant

Whether your children are six or nine, they will love reading the Stone Giant eBook for children in Italian. Written by Jane Sutcliffe, the book tells the story of Michelangelo's David and how he came to be. Though the artist was famous for painting the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, he also loved to sculpt. His book shows how a piece of stone became one of his most famous sculptures. The book is 32 pages long and suitable for children ages six and up.

Beatrix Potter

When it comes to reading a new language, few books can compare to the classics like Beatrix Potter eBooks in Italian. These books are often written from the perspective of a middle-schooler, and they are formatted for kids of all ages to enjoy. As a result, they have become a cultural staple that children and adults alike can appreciate. You don't have to be a native speaker of the Italian language to enjoy these books, though!

The book begins with a short biography of the author and her life, with key moments and places highlighted. The book then takes you through a year in Beatrix Potter's garden, with information on what flowers and other plants are blooming in her garden at any given time. It finishes with a traveler's guide that highlights the many places where fans can visit her garden. You can take your Beatrix Potter experience to Italy with you with these eBooks!

Schiappa books

The popular "Schiappa" series of children's books is a great place to start for those who are learning the language for the first time. The books are lengthy and meant for the newer learner. The "Schiappa" style of writing blends diary entries with cartoons and simple drawings for each paragraph. It's the perfect choice for families who want to introduce Italian to their children.

The series has several books in the series, each of which is a stand-alone story. It's also available in several formats, including paperbacks and digital editions, as well as audiobooks. While most books for children are too complex or long for the young learner, children will enjoy the story's simple language structure. There is also an English translation at the back of each reader. This approach has been proven to make it easier for kids to pick up new vocabulary.

Another popular choice among parents is the Beatrix Potter series. These stories are written in a middle-schooler's perspective, and they help kids learn the language by recognizing familiar characters. The books are available in translations and are formatted for both children and adults. In addition to being classic children's books, the famous Beatrix Potter stories have created a strong cultural impact. They have become near legends for children and have been translated into several languages.

In addition to the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, you can find several popular stories by Jeff Kinney. In Italian, his books are called "Ora Basta!" and are translated into 53 different languages, including Italian and Latin. The Diary of a Wimpy Kid series is especially popular in Naples, and the books seem to be better-known in Campania than anywhere else. It's important to remember that these books are not just popular for little kids - they're fun for both girls and boys.


Becky Watson

Commissioning Editor in Walker’s “6+” team. I work on books across the different children’s genres, including non-fiction, fiction, picture books, gift books and novelty titles. Happy to answer questions about children's publishing – as best I can – for those hoping to enter the industry!

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