Have you been struggling to get your children excited about learning Latin? Maybe you should try reading a classic story to them in Latin. If you pick a familiar story then your children will begin recognizing Latin words more easily.
Did you know that you can find Winnie the Pooh in Latin? Winnie Ille Pu is available on Amazon!
Such a sweet classic story to read to your children as you are learning Latin!
Ursus Nomine Paddington: A Bear Called Paddington
Hobbitus Ille: The Latin Hobbit
Fascinating for Latin learners and for Tolkien fans of all ages, The Hobbit has been translated into Latin for the first time since its publication 75 years ago. In foramine terrae habitabat hobbitus. (‘In a hole in the ground, there lived a hobbit.’)
Alicia in Terra Mirabili: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland in Latin
Fabula de Petro Cuniculo: The Tale of Peter Rabbit in Latin (Latin Edition)
Ubi Fera Sunt: Where the Wild Things Are
Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers is pleased to announce the arrival of Ubi Fera Sunt, the first Latin translation (by Richard A. LaFleur) of this beloved children’s story. This lively translation faithfully and playfully recasts Sendak s writing into classical Latin. It includes the beautifully remastered images employed in the fiftieth anniversary edition. Why (Not) A Latin Wild Things?
Once upon a time, there lived in Spain a bull named Ferdinand. While his brothers liked to charge around the field, butt their heads together and to generally act ferocious, Ferdinand liked nothing better than to sit under the cork tree and smell the flowers. He was, you see, a placid and a gentle bull whose only desire in life was to be let alone. And his life would have proceeded very nicely had he not one day placed his considerable rump on a bumblebee on the very same day that five men arrived from Madrid searching for a new star for the corrida.
Arbor Alma (The Giving Tree)
The Giving Tree is here rendered in exquisite Latin, a language whose own simple grandeur complements that of Silverstein’s original story and illustrations. Arbor Alma adds one more dimension to this multifaceted classic. This Latin-language edition is a welcome, all-occasion gift, a delightful way to revisit a treasured tale, and an enjoyable way to refresh your high school Latin.
Olivia: The Essential Latin Edition
Virent Ova! Viret Perna!! (Green Eggs and Ham in Latin)
Virent Ova! Viret Perna!! is a true delight – Latin as it is infrequently experienced: fun, exhilarating, ebullient. This Latin-language edition is a welcome, all-occasion gift, a delightful way to revisit a treasured tale, and an enjoyable way to refresh your high school Latin. Fast-moving Latin translation that echoes the lighthearted spirit of the original Original artwork of Dr. Seuss
Fabula de Sciuro Nuciola (The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin in Latin)
Have you read any books in a language that your child is learning? What book will be the next one to read?
Jessica Franz says
Yay! Thanks for sharing! 🙂