A Lutheran educator has tackled a great project! Philip Schaffer has put together a short novella, Iter Aeneae, adopted from Vergil’s Aeneid, for beginning Latin students. I LOVE THE IDEA! I’ll have to check it out and I recommend you to also. 🙂
This is the first in a trilogy. If you don’t know, Iter Aeneae means journey of Aeneas, so this book is about his wandering from Troy to Carthage. Awesome.
The day before yesterday I had a solid chunk of time and spent it writing. It felt so good! I was in the zone! Then yesterday our whole town was without ATT services for most of the day. As in my husband’s cell phone didn’t even work. CRAZY! So apparently my computer-free day balanced out the one before. (Sigh) Anyway, today I’m happy to tell you about a new version of Kids in the Divine Service by Rev. Christopher Thoma!
I’m putting together another Lutheran resource list. This time it is books for little Lutherans by suggestion age-appropriate materials. Will this include some adult books? YES! But for now, I’ve learned about an illustrated Nicene Creed book!!!