Latin Dictionary, 3rd edition by John Traupman Pub. Amsco School Publications (amscopub.com)
Dr. Traupman's dictionary gives the words needed by students with information on their contextual uses and unusual grammar requirements.
Latin Everywhere, Everyday Pub. Bolchazy-Carducci (www.bolchazy.com)
A workbook of Latin phrases and mottoes with exercises, projects and games. has teacher's manual and CD
Words and Ideas Bolchazy-Carducci (www.bolchazy.com)
Target words are grouped by context and presented in their literary and social background. has teacher's manual.
Workbook in Latin First Year (amscopub.com)
Excellent section on structure of Latin words and their derivatives in addition to standard grammar work.
Cicero the Patriot (www.bolchazy.com) by Rose Williams — see list of her works
Once Upon the Tiber (www.bolchazy.com) by Rose Williams — see list of her works
The Lighter Side of the Dark Ages (www.bolchazy.com)
by Rose Williams — see list of her works
The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Rome (us.penguingroup.com)
Traces the Roman Empire's rise and fall, its provinces and cities, trade and economy, armies, wars and frontier defenses, following its foreign wars and internecine struggles; its changes brought through Christianity and its lasting impact on the modern world. Full-color maps and illustrations throughout.
Beginning Latin Studies
Artes Latinae I and II (www.bolchazy.com) self-teaching program for those with no Latin, available in traditional, CD Rom and DVD Rom format with graded readers, reference notebooks, and unit test booklets.
Latin for the New Millennium Levels 1, 2, and 3 (www.bolchazy.com) a new textbook series providing a fusion approach to Latin, combining the best practices of the reading method, the traditional grammar approach, and oral learning. Its website offers electronic materials and constant updates.
Wheelock's Latin (www.wheelockslatin.com) an on-line guide to the famed Wheelock text with pronunciation audios many accessory materials and links to other helpful sources.
Music, audio, and video materials
Carmina Popularia (www.bolchazy.com) Well-known songs in Latin
Lyrical Latin (www.latinandlanguage.com) songs to accompany the learning of Latin; has teacher's manual with puzzles, exercises and teaching tips
Rome's Golden Poets (www.bolchazy.com) Great Roman poetry combined with music classics
Carmina Popularia and many other music and audio works are available from (ipodius.bolchazy.com).
Teacher created works are available at www.ipodius.bolchazy.com/agora
Classical Mythology and More: A Workbook (www.bolchazy.com) A fresh retelling of stories from Hesiod, Homer, Ovid and others. A wide variety of exercises, reflections, and vocabulary enrichment tasks accompany each myth.
Roman Religion: A Sourcebook Pub. Focus/RPullins (www.pullins.com) English translations of ancient source materials covering Roman religion from the gods and magic of ancient times to Christianity.
Looking at Latin: A Grammar for Pre-College (www.bolchazy.com)
This complete illustrated grammar reference book for all levels of pre-college Latin has been called the most user-friendly Latin grammar ever devised. Lessons cover single topics—from the subject nominative to the impersonal passive periphrastic—allowing flexibility in the order in which lessons are covered. Innovative visual elements such as arrows and colored text emphasizing and connecting important points bring clarity and energy to the grammatical material. Information is delivered via small text boxes that allow students to use a step-by-step approach to learning forms and syntax, and comprehensive example sentences illustrate each topic in detail. Abundant color illustrations add personality and humor, producing a visual appeal unusual to Latin grammars.
Study Aids for Major authors
Horace: a Legamus Transitional Reader (www.bolchazy.com) contains 203 lines of Latin selections from Horace (Satire 1.4, 103-126; 1.6, 70-92; Odes 1.5, 1.9, 1.11,1.23, 1.37, 2.10, 3.9, 3.30). This book is designed for students moving from elementary or intermediate Latin to the reading of the authentic Latin of Horace. It includes pre-reading cultural and literary explanations, grammatical and syntactical explanations, transitional aids, complete vocabulary and grammar notes.
Ovid: a Legamus Transitional Reader (www.bolchazy.com) This reader, designed for students moving from elementary or intermediate Latin to reading Ovid's work in authentic Latin, contains 202 lines from Ovid's Metamorphoses. Included are an overview of the life and work of Ovid, a bibliography, a complete glossary of words used, and a description of Ovidian meter. Pre-reading materials discuss literary and cultural concepts important to these works and give grammar and syntactical discussions with exercises. There are transitional aids and vocabulary on facing pages.
Catullus: a Legamus Transitional Reader (www.bolchazy.com) contains selections from Catullus, designed for students moving from elementary or intermediate Latin into reading the authentic Latin of Catullus. Passages are accompanied by pre-reading materials, grammatical exercises, vocabulary, notes and reading aids.
Catullus, Horace, and Ovid: A Trio of Lyrical Treats (www.latinandlanguage.com) Rose Williams' newest, soon to be published. Sets of English language skits weave together the background and subject matter of the lyric poems of the AP list
Vergil: A Legamus Transitional Reader (www.bolchazy.com) Contains selections (about 200 lines) from Vergil's Aeneid, Books I, II, and IV, designed for students moving from elementary or intermediate Latin into reading the authentic Latin of the Aeneid. Passages are accompanied by pre-reading materials, grammatical exercises, complete vocabulary, notes designed for reading comprehension, and other reading aides.
A Caesar Workbook (www.bolchazy.com) by Debra Nousek and Rose Williams
This is the latest title in the Latin Literature Workbook Series. It provides all the activities and exercises needed to reinforce the careful reading of classical authors in the original Latin. Sets of exercises geared to the AP* exam engage students directly with the Latin text and lead them to a heightened understanding of Caesar’s De Bello Gallico.
Caesar: a Legamus Transitional Reader (www.bolchazy.com) by Hans-Friedrich Mueller and Rose Williams
This Transitional Reader serves as a comprehensive introduction to Julius Caesar and his writings and an ideal component for a Pre-AP* Vertical Teams curriculum. Students using this text in third year Latin will be well prepared for an AP* course—comfortable with Caesar’s style and vocabulary having read Latin from both of his Commentarii and familiar with the range of Caesar’s accomplishments. Only the first selection from De Bello Gallico overlaps with the AP* syllabus required selections.
To Be A Roman (www.bolchazy.com) by Margaret Brucia and Gregory Daugherty. A workbook filled with information about the daily life of the ancient Romans and exercises both objective and creative.
A) For very young students
I Am Reading Latin Series (www.bolchazy.com) Small books about colors, foods, animals and numbers which can be read and colored. CD available
B) younger and beginning students
C) general readers
Civis Romanus : A Reader for the First Two Years of Latin (www.bolchazy.com) Memorable stories from the civilization of ancient Rome are the basis of the Latin passages in this unique reader.
Rome and Her Kings Livy I: Graded Selection (www.bolchazy.com) Graded reader with connected excerpts from Livy I; recommended for students who have had basic introductory Latin. Features notes, vocabulary of proper names, Latin-English/English-Latin vocabulary, exercises, recapitulating exercises, and maps.
D) for AP authors
Caesar: Selections from his Commentarii De Bello Gallico (www.bolchazy.com) An excellent text for intermediate college classes and high school Advanced Placement courses. It includes all the required English and Latin selections from De Bello Gallico for the 2012-2013 AP curriculum.
Vergil's Aeneid: Selected Readings from Books 1, 2, 4, and 6 (www.bolchazy.com) This is an updated and revised text of passages from Pharr's Aeneid. It includes all the required Vergil selections for the 2012-2013 AP Latin curriculum.
Latin for the New Millennium 3 (www.bolchazy.com) carefully graded selections from Caesar, Vergil, Cicero, Horace, Catullus and Ovid. The last of these have long been considered the "Golden Five" classical authors, and Caesar is now half of the AP syllabus. LNM 3 textbook serves as an excellent transition to the unadapted readings of Latin 3 for students from ALL Latin 1 and 2 backgrounds; the first totally new one in many years.