I am an Italian gentile believer in HaShem, who engages in the observance of the Noahide Precepts, as commanded by the Creator in the Torah.
Unfortunately, there is no Halachic study in the Italian language for the sons of Noah; it is a very serious absence, because we Noahides need a legal code like, for example, the Mishneh Torah for the Jews, that explains in detail the precepts that HaShem has commanded us to observe; Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein wrote a book like this years ago, but unfortunately the Italian edition is now unobtainable. Recently I read the following news on Wikipedia:
In 2005, Rabbi Moshe Weiner of Jerusalem accepted to produce an in-depth codification of the Noahide precepts.The work is called Sefer Sheva Mitzvot HaShem, (The Book of Seven Divine Commandments) published 2008/2009. As it was approved by both of the then presiding chief rabbis of Israel (Rabbi Shlomo Moshe Amar and Rabbi Yonah Metzger) as well as by other Hasidic and non-Hasidic halachic authorities, it can claim an authoritative character and is referred as a Shulchan Aruch for Gentiles at many places.
Since my confidence in Wikipedia is rather limited, I ask you to confirm if this legal code is really so authoritative; If so, it is my wish to involve the Union of Italian Jewish Communities to sponsor a translation of the text in Italian, in the meantime I will recover the English version, even if my English is not exactly brilliant