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eBook of the Week, ‘A Cagliari ci sono i fenicotteri’, £4.99

This week’s half-price eBook of the Week offer is A1/2-level ‘A Cagliari ci sono i fenicotteri‘.

(Too easy for you? No worries! We’ve reorganised our ebook catalog by level, from the easiest to the hardest. Find something more challenging by following these links: A1 | A1/A2 | A2 | A2/B1 | B1 | B1/B2 | B2 | B2/C1 | C1 | C1/C2 | C2 )

As with last week’s eBook of the Week offer, we only published ‘A Cagliari ci sono i fenicotteri‘ last summer, but sales were slow. Don’t let that put you off, though. It was June, and who studies Italian in June?

But ‘A Cagliari ci sono i fenicotteri‘ is an entertaining and readable story for elementary-level students of Italian, of which there appear to be many. So we figured it would be worth promoting again!

That said, elementary-level language students tend to fixate on grammar and long lists of new vocabulary, ignoring reading and listening practice. If that sounds like you, then hold up a second!

Reading and listening to Italian AT YOUR LEVEL is a great way to improve your Italian comprehension skills – which you will of course need in the future – but it’s also a huge help in consolidating the grammar and unfamiliar words you’ll encounter elsewhere. Plus, it’s much more fun than memorising stuff! Below you’ll find a link to a free sample chapter. Why not give reading in and listening to Italian a try?

And for higher level students? There’s no promotion this week, but the audio for the ENTIRE STORY of ‘A Cagliari ci sono i fenicotteri‘ is available online, and can be listened to without buying the ebook itself. That would be good Italian listening practice for students at any level, no matter how advanced! You’ll find the link to the online audio on the new A1/A2 catalog page:

A1 | A1/A2 | A2 | A2/B1 | B1 | B1/B2 | B2 | B2/C1 | C1 | C1/C2 | C2 )

and in the free sample chapter .pdf, linked to below.

Easy Italian reader ebook - A Cagliari ci sono i fenicotteri - cover image

Twelve-year-old Gianna wakes up in Sardinia’s beautiful seaside capital for the last time. Today her family is moving to Milan, where her mum will take an important new job. They’ll live in a larger flat! Gianna will go to a new school! She’ll make new friends! But she’s leaving behind the city she loves, where she’s lived her whole life…

  • .pdf e-book (+ audio available free online)
  • .mobi (Kindle-compatible) and .epub (other ebook readers) available on request at no extra charge – just add a note to the order form or email us
  • 8 chapters to read and listen to
  • 5 grammar/comprehension exercises
  • brief Italian/English glossaries of ‘difficult’ terms
  • Suitable for students at any level
  • Download your Free Sample Chapter (.pdf)

Remember, this week ‘A Cagliari ci sono i fenicotteri‘ is 50% discounted, so just £4.99 rather than the usual ‘easy reader’ ebook price of £9.99!

Buy A Cagliari ci sono i fenicotteri, just £4.99 | FREE sample chapter (.pdf)

Find more ebooks, at this and other levels: A1 | A1/A2 | A2 | A2/B1 | B1 | B1/B2 | B2 | B2/C1 | C1 | C1/C2 | C2

How do I access my ebook?

When your order is ‘completed’ (normally immediately after your payment), a download link will be automatically emailed to you. It’s valid for 7 days and 3 download attempts so please save a copy of the .pdf ebook in a safe place. Other versions of the ebook, where available, cannot be downloaded but will be emailed to people who request them. There’s a space to do that on the order form – where it says Additional information, Order notes (optional). If you forget, or if you have problems downloading the .pdf, don’t worry! Email us at the address on the website and we’ll help. Also, why not check out our FAQ?


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