Don't forget that my page on self directed reading is currently being updated. In the next few days I should have titles organized slightly differently after some reflections as I end my school year. Brando Brown Canem Vult by Carol Gaab and translated into Latin by Justin Slocum Bailey is a student favorite. It is interesting … Continue reading Brando Brown canem vult: Borderline believable plot that fosters a compelling narrative.
I am currently working on updating information about Latin reading materials so be aware as you look at my self directed reading page. I have to be honest; as I start reading Lucia, Puella Mala that I'm skeptical based on the title. This comes from a father of 3 girls, the oldest being 7, who … Continue reading Lucia, Puella Mala
Pluto: fabula amoris by Rachel Ash and Miriam Patrick is a must add to a free volunteer or self directed reading library. It is affordable and also has a teacher's guide. Students' feedback is that Pluto: fabula amoris is more difficult than the Rufus titles from the Pisoverse. My assumption is that is mostly because of a … Continue reading Pluto: fabula amoris – An introduction to Classical mythological characters for the Novice reader.
Piso wants to be a poet but he is confused because so many others want him to be a Roman soldier.
A comprehensible reading title for the Novice learner.