The Abruzzo Bookcase!

Pete Austin is the popular moderator of our Life In Abruzzo Facebook group whose members he enchants as he delves into his bookcase to share the history and culture of Abruzzo through photography and illustrations.

Here is his ever-growing Abruzzo book list on his Italian bookshelf, it does include four books he does not have (the last four) but dreams of one day owning

Must Reads on Abruzzo

Pete’s posts have sparked other members of the community to share their favourites too which we have included here

Click here to see reviews, cookbooks and a list of our Abruzzo travel companion books, and don’t forget to follow Pete’s feed on our Instagram feed, #abruzzofotobypeet!

Affiliate Links

The selections included in this post are unbiased and independent and based on a real bookshelf.  When possible we do include an affiliate link back that will earn the contributor of this post Pete a small commission (also known as “affiliate revenue”).  When you the reader click through to ABE or Amazon from a link contained on this post and buy an item, we receive a small commission, anywhere between 2-5% of the total price.  We believe this is a fair exchange as our posts are written for free by our amazing contributors.

Sam Dunham
Author: Sam Dunham

Sam is a very lucky midlife 'mamma' to A who is 11 and juggles her work as a self-employed freelance travel and food web content manager and copywriter and EFL teacher - she is the founder of English in the Woods. She is the co-founder of the social enterprises: The Abruzzo Blogger Community and Let's Blog Abruzzo. She is currently writing the book 'Abruzzo: Folk and Food.

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