Studying Latin on your own, and wish you had a professor you could ask questions? Studying with a class, but the grammar still seems murky and you are too intimidated to ask questions? This book is for you. I wish I had written this book!
My Favorite Latin Grammar
It feels like everyone involved in creating this work really, really loved the Latin language. It is bursting with helpful charts and examples!
If You Must Wheelock…
This really is a nice book: sentences and selections are arranged according to the chapter of Wheelock's Latin, going along with the pace of the textbook's difficulty and introduction of vocabulary.
Textbooks for Learning the Latin Divine Office
Guess what? There are old books that were specifically written to teach the Latin texts found in the Traditional Divine Office.
VTF: Medieval and Late Latin Selections
This just in! Newly in the Public Domain in the USA as of 2021, Medieval and Late Latin Selections (for the Use of College Students) by Charles Upson Clark and Josiah Bethea Game. My waiting to share this treasure is finally over!