Have you ever wondered what happens to a child’s languages when parents divorce? It’s a thought few of us dare venture into. Marco’s story shows how one can discover unexpected advantages and a new form of community.
Alessia and Martino are both Italian, live in London, and have three children. A handful of their closest friends from Italy live just around the corner. They have access to books, cartoons, and free babysitters. In a way they are living the dream for balancing languages. So how come they have to face challenges, too?