I feel like everyone has amassed their own personal collections of materials to help learn. Here let's list what worked for us and what didn't! I'll start! I bought a big collection of things, but ultimately I didn't gain much value from any of them. Ultimately I found the Sicilian language Wikipedia (scn.wikipedia.org) and Wikizziunariu (scn.wikitionary.org) the most useful. I realise though that since I'm already conversational in my village's dialect my goals are different than many others. My goal is mostly communication with others and literacy, whereas others are trying to start from scratch. I realise now after a long journey how different our variants are and how much I would have preferred each of them being labelled such. Our YouTube Learn Sicilian Series Sicilian-English, English-Sicilian Dictionary & Phrasebook by Joseph F. Privitera https://books.google.com/books?id=hBsOHgAACAAJ&dq Beginner's Sicilian by Joseph F. Privitera https://books.google.com/books?id=Z6UJAAAACAAJ&dq Introduction to Sicilian Grammar by J. Kirk Bonner https://books.google.com/books?id=licBAAAACAAJ&dq Learn Sicilian / Mparamu lu sicilianu by Gaetano Cipolla https://www.amazon.com/Sicilian-Mparamu-sicilianu-English-Italian/dp/1881901890 Check out the huge list of Sicilian musicians thread here. I think more importantly than teaching me anything, these books helped me conceptualise my language differently, and that's where they gave me the most value! The Bonner book I will say I preferred to the others though. Your turn!