Multilingual Parenting at the Expat Show 11-12 September at London Olympia

by | Sep 2, 2015 | Blogging, My book | 0 comments

Expat Show, London Olympia

This Friday and Saturday, 11-12 September 2015, I will be at the Expat Show in London Olympia. You can find me (and my younger daughter Daniela) in the Family Zone at one of the advice tables from 10 am until 5 pm. On both days, at about noon, I will also give a short and intensive Ignite talk on the topic of “Different strategies for raising bilingual children”. If you are in or near London on one of those days, do visit the show – we would be delighted to see you!

Click the below link to book a FREE ticket no later than Sunday the 6th of September. After that date the ticket price is £10 per person per day.


UPDATE: Registration for FREE tickets extended to noon 9th of September!


Expat Show FREE tickets

If you can come, please do visit our table and introduce yourself – it would be so wonderful to meet you in person!

May the peace and power be with you.


P.S. This week’s main post was published on Monday – “Bilingual children and long-distance family relationships”. Do not miss it – it is filled with links to lots of great ideas and interesting stories from bloggers across the world.

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