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Veni, Vidi, Vici, Michael O’Mara Books, Ltd. London, 1999. (translator)
Issued as Which way to the Vomitorium, St. Martin’s Press.
A spoof guidebook to ancient Rome, providing in Latin and in English useful phrases the traveler may need, such as “Are these dormice fresh?” and “Could I meet a gladiator after the show?”


Going to Hades is Easy, Michael O’Mara Books, Ltd. London, 2000
Issued as Latin Quips at your Fingertips, Barnes and Noble, 2001 (at B&N)
A collection of Roman quotes, given in Latin and in English, about the unchanging ways of man.
Examples: “Always expect people to think the worst” Ovid.
“Going to Hades is easy; it’s the coming back that’s tough.” Vergil.


Available from iPodius Agora
Published by Rose Williams

I Am Singing Latin Songs by Rose Williams and CC Couch companion to I Am Reading Latin Stories, 2010
Complete Set (20 MP3s PDF Book $16.99)
Includes a reading plus story and grammar songs for each book and a PDF ebook for each
Ursus et Porcus (5MP3s, PDF ebook) $4.99
Octavus Octopus (5 MP3s, PDF ebook) $4.99
Taurus Rex (5 MP3s, PDF ebook) $4.99
Rena Rhinoceros (5 MP3s, PDF ebook) $4.99


Lingua et Lengua, Rose Williams, 2010
PDF Student Textbook and PDF Teacher's Manual
If you know some Latin, learn some Spanish. If you know some Spanish, learn some Latin 24 MP3 Audio Lessons (12 in Latin, 12 in Spanish) Requires Adobe Reader and ability to play MP3



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Lectiones de Historia Romana, Wimbledon, London, 2000
This Latin reader begins with a map lesson for those with no Latin, and goes from Aeneas through the fall of Rome gradually introducing grammar in short Latin stories dealing with the events which shaped Rome’s world and ours.




Duces Romanorum, Wimbledon Publishing, London, 2001
As the first reader, Lectiones, deals with events, the intermediate reader Duces Romanorum—a Roman “Profiles in Courage”— deals with people.





Once upon the Tiber, Wimbledon Publishing, London, 2002
An English language lighthearted history of Rome from its founding through the fall of the Western Empire.






The Young Romans, Wimbledon Publishing, London, 2003
A reader for younger Latin students featuring Romans who accomplished something of significance before they were 15 years of age. Each section includes vocabulary, derivative work, activities and puzzles. Teacher’s manual includes additional background material and suggestions.

 


The Lighter Side of the Dark Ages, Anthem/Wimbledon, London, 2006
A sequel to Once Upon the Tiber, dealing with the 500 years after the fall of Rome in the West, when people went right on calling themselves Roman and paying tribute to an ideal which had largely ceased to be real. Helpful to those studying the Latin writings of authors such as Boethius, Einhard, Isodore, Alcuin, and the Venerable Bede.


Published by Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, Inc.


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A Beginning Latin Christian Reader:
De Bonis Cogitationibus
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Bolchazy-Carducci, 2010
A reader for beginning Latin students of any age. Passages illustrating Christian values are taken from the Holy Bible, Christian fathers, and classical writers. They are adapted only in the sense that they are summarized in classical Latin and their language is simplified for an early reading level.
    The text includes glossary, grammar helps and explanations, and illustrative drawings. No religious or philosophical interpretation or commentary is attempted.

The Clay-Footed Superheroes
Bolchazy-Carducci, 2009
Brief history of early supermen. Greece, with a little assistance from Rome, gave the western world its first widely-known superheroes. They fell a few furlongs short of the standard of perfection, but they were handsome and resourceful, they faced death without flinching, and they overcame almost insurmountable odds.  It is not surprising that Perseus, Heracles, Theseus, Aeneas, and other ancients who mixed incredible bravery and occasional thick-headedness have held the unflagging interest of a hundred generations

From Rome to Reformation
Bolchazy-Carducci, 2009
Brief study of European History from the Fall of Rome to the Protestant Revolution. This little book briefly surveys the interactions of the many peoples slowly remaking the fragmented western world after the collapse of the Western Roman Empire. It correlates Latin for the New Millennium II but it can be useful in any study of Latin, history, World Civilization, or literature.

I AM  READING LATIN STORIES SERIES. 
Bolchazy-Carducci, 2008
Four Children’s books in Latin with English translation, pronunciation guide, glossary, exercises, and explanations for the simple grammar used. Used in the order given here, each increases the child's usage of Latin grammar.

Ursus et Porcus, Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2008
A simple story using 35 words to tell of animals in the forest finding friendship and cooperation.

 

 

 

Octavus Octopus, Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2008
Each book is independent, but Octavus has a few more words than Ursusi and uses a little more grammar. This is the story of a little octopus who learns to value his home.

 

 

Taurus Rex, Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2008
The third book, while independent of the others, has a few more words and a little more grammar than the first two. This book tells of a bull who learns that size is not everything and even small friends are important.

 

 

Rena Rhinoceros, Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2008
The fourth book, though independent of the other three, has a few more verb and noun forms and explanations for them. In this one a little rhinoceros is impatient to grow up but learns that this takes time.

 

 

ROMULUS TO ROMULUS AUGUSTULUS: A Survey of Roman History for the New Millennium, Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2008
This survey of the history and literature of Classical Rome offers the chronological story as the Romans themselves described it. The legendary behavior of Lucius Brutus, Scaevola, Fabricius and their like set the standard for the later generations who impacted the world. As crises and triumphs flow one from the other, the people, the language, and the literature interact and develop a unique cultural profile. A short reader such as this is a helpful adjunct to studies in Roman literature, language, culture, or history.

 

THE ORIGINAL DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILY: Basic Classical Mythology for the New Millenium, Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2008
Classical Mythology permeates art and literature. Its basic core is the family of gods who sprang from nature at the beginning of the earth and grew into a clan ruling over the universe and over men, who are their creations and in some cases their descendants.
This brief reader presents the Greek and then the Roman version of each deity. It will be useful for those studying ancient literature, language, culture, or history.

 

The Labors of Aeneas, Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2003
A lighthearted English-language retelling of Aeneas’ life which gives the Aeneid story plus before and after details. As Vergil says: “What a pain it was to found the Roman race.”





Cicero the Patriot, Bolchazy-Carducci Publsihers, 2004
Story in English of Cicero’s life, his works, his relationship to his times and his peers, and his efforts to win appreciation. He says to Cato, “I think you ought to know what I have accomplished.”




Vergil for Beginners, Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2006
A supplementary reading text giving students near the end of their entry level Latin study a chance to experience the Aeneid. This book offers two approaches, one for non-traditional or reading based classes and one for traditional classes. The materials include the five Aeneid selections, vocabulary aids, comprehension questions, poetry scansion materials, a playlet covering the selections, and a separate grammar section. The various sections may be used, varied, or even skipped as the needs of individual classes dictate.


Available from L and L Enterprises


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Catullus, Horace, and Ovid: A Trio of Lyrical Treats, L and L Enterprises, 2007
A booklet of English skits covering all the poems on the AP Lyric syllabus and their authors. Includes a biography of each poet and a survey of his later influence. Helps familiarize the students with the poems and the poets.



Examining Vergil’s Aeneid, L and L Publications, 2005
A Latin workbook stressing figures of speech, character studies, and creative work with selections from the Aeneid both Latin and English.

Tres Porculi, L and L Enterprises, 2006
Three Little Pigs in Latin along with exercises, oral conversations, and teacher materials.

The Lighter Side of the Dark Ages, Anthem/Wimbledon, London, 2006
A sequel to Once Upon the Tiber, dealing with the 500 years after the fall of Rome in the West, when people went right on calling themselves Roman and paying tribute to an ideal which had largely ceased to be real. Helpful to those studying the Latin writings of authors such as Boethius, Einhard, Isodore, Alcuin, and the Venerable Bede.

Gods and Other Odd Creatures, CicadaSun, 2007
A survey comparing Greek and Roman gods, their festivals and temples, and the unique attitude the ancients showed toward their deities.


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Gods and Other Odd Creatures, CicadaSun, 2007
A survey comparing Greek and Roman gods, their festivals and temples, and the unique attitude the ancients showed toward their deities.