Titvs Classics has five coloring books now available (two specifically Christian!):
- Latin in Church Coloring Book: An Introduction to Latin Vocabulary in Church (Such as baptismus, communio, and pastor)
- Fruit of the Spirit Coloring Book: An Introduction to Latin Vocabulary and the Fruit of the Spirit
- Roman Mythology Coloring Book: An Introduction to Roman Gods and Goddesses
- Animals in Rome: A Latin Vocabulary Coloring Book and Primer
AND, rumor has it, she is close to releasing another book. Latin Medicine will include a little Greek in it, too. Yay, yay, yay!
(Etsy also includes some printable excerpts, so that’s nice, too. I am totally trying to get her to be a vendor at LutheranHomeschool.com!)
Here is her website, which includes encouragements toward a classical education and the study of Latin.
Wow. Thanks be to God for all the good stuff Lutherans are developing!
Edited to add this PS: A friend of mine is offering, only for the cost of shipping, the following free Latin books. Let me know if you’re interested! 🙂
- Jenkins, Thornton, and Anthony Pelzer Wagener. Latin and the Romans, Book One. Boston: Ginn and Company, 1941
- Smith, M. L. Latin Lessons. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1913 (or possibly Norwood, Mass.: Norwood Press)
- Ullman, B. L., and Norman E. Henry. Second Latin Book; Revised Edition. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1935. First edition published 1925