Sunday, July 26, 2009

Round-Up: Aesop at Tar Heel Reader

Today's round-up is a bit different than usual, since I wanted to take a moment to highlight the different Aesop's fables books that I've created at Tar Heel Readers this summer. I don't think I'll have time to write any more of these readers now that I am getting ready for the Fall semester, but here's a list of what I managed to do this summer!

For each beginning fable, there is a basic version in Latin, plus a version with macrons, a bilingual Latin-English version and a "Repetite" version for more practice in reading out loud. In addition, some of the fables also have more advanced versions taken from Latin poetry.

Here are the dozen fables that I've completed - and to find out more about the Latin Tar Heel Reader project, visit the Libelli blog, or browse all the Latin readers at Tar Heel, which now number 250! Or if you feel lucky, here's a link to a random reader.

FABULAE

Click here for all versions of Canis et Lupus.


Click here for all versions of Feles et Venus.


Click here for all versions of Haedus et Lupus.


Click here for all versions of Cervus et Cornua Eius.


Click here for all versions of Gallus et Gemma.


Click here for all versions of Lupus et Grus.


Click here for all versions of Formica et Cicada.


Click here for all versions of Cornix et Urna.


Click here for all versions of Rusticus et Hercules.


Click here for all versions of Taurus et Mus.


Click here for all versions of Puer Mendax et Lupus.


Click here for all versions of Auceps, Palumbes et Anguis.

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