Casus Fabulae Romanae I: Graphic Novel

Frances R. Spielhagen, Ph.D. (Author) · Christopher Tice (Illustrator)

$17.50

The stories of Cecilia and her brother Verus are presented here in graphic novel form, providing an appealing alternative format for children learning Latin. This book includes the full text of the first two volumes of the Latin curriculum series: Ecce Caecilia et Verus and Caecilia et Verus in Foro Romano.

Description

The stories of Cecilia and her brother Verus are presented here in graphic novel form, providing an appealing alternative format for children learning Latin. This book includes the full text of the first two volumes of the Latin curriculum series: Ecce Caecilia et Verus and Caecilia et Verus in Foro Romano.

In Ecce Caecilia et Verus, Caecilia, a young girl living in ancient Rome, introduces herself, her family, and aspects of her world—all in elementary Latin. In Caecilia et Verus in Foro Romano, Cecilia and Verus take a walk through the Roman Forum, looking at various temples and other important sites and discussing a number of the significant historical figures and gods that helped to shape ancient Roman cultural traditions. Even young children can make meaning of the Latin through the engaging illustrations and photographs, as well as repetition of the vocabulary.

Casus Fabulae Romanae, which translates to Roman Adventure Stories, teaches children beginning Latin in a way that is too fun to feel like formal language study!

Details

Curriculum
Latin Curriculum
Ages
6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13
Grades
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Subjects
Latin
Formats
Graphic Novel
Pages
50
ISBN
978-0-89824-623-0
Order Code
6230