I recently wrote these stories for the students in my Latin I class. They should be enjoyed after a student has worked through the lessons marked.
Oz, Pooh, Alice, Crusoe–in Latin!
When you have studied Latin for a year or two, it's time to read those old favorites in Latin!
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.
Latin Reading: Life of St. Ambrose by Paulinus
If you are looking for a bit of not too difficult Latin to read..., I would recommend the life of St. Ambrose by Paulinus, his secretary. It is done in an easy and delightful style...--E. K. Rand, professor of Latin at Harvard University, in Founders of the Middle Ages (1928) Links to the Vita Sancti... Continue Reading →