The Adventures of the Monkey Pilosus Naso: Res Gestae Simii Pilosi Nasonis
 

Ten charmingly illustrated Latin stories—with facing notes and full vocabulary—about an enterprising dancing monkey, Pilosus Naso. His adventures introduce students to classic tales with a twist, from the Odyssey to Petronius' Cena Trimalchionis. A proven ancillary reader that keeps students excited about reading Latin.

 
 

The Adventures of the Monkey Pilosus Naso: Res Gestae Simii Pilosi Nasonis - Teacher's Guide
 

Adventures of the Monkey Pilosus Naso Teacher's Guide includes literal translation and sample syllabi .

 
 

The Clay-footed SuperHeroes: Mythology Tales for the New Millennium
 

Designed for students unfamiliar with the classical world, The Clay-footed SuperHeroes provides a very accessible introduction to the SuperHeroes of classical mythology including such luminaries as Jason, Theseus, Heracles, Odysseus, and Aeneas. Student and general reader alike will enjoy Williams' wry sense of humor and her appreciation for the improbable. This book is an excellent text of manageable size and complexity for students beginning their study of literature, the humanities, or Latin and Greek. General readers will be pleased to acquire the foundation necessary to understand these stories which have so influenced art and literature through the ages.

 
 

The Original Dysfunctional Family: Basic Classical Mythology for the New Millennium
 

A very accessible introduction to classical mythology, The Original Dysfunctional Family: Basic Classical Mythology for the New Millennium presents the key stories of the twelve Olympians as well as those of the two gods associated with the fruits of the harvest, Demeter and Dionysus. The Greek version of each Olympian is presented first followed by the Roman adaptation. Chock-full of information, this book provides a sound foundation for the beginning student's further studies in culture, literature, and history. The general reader will find Williams' style engaging.

 
 

Thirty-eight Latin Stories: 5th edition Designed to Accompany Wheelock's Latin (7th Edition)
 

This fifth revised edition accommodates the changes incorporated in the seventh edition of Wheelock.

Though designed specifically for use with Wheelock's introductory Latin course, 38 Latin Stories will complement other introductory Latin courses. 38 Latin Stories contains beginning-level prose readings that gradually increase in complexity. Eighteen of the selections are original compositions recounting tales from classical mythology and are often inspired by Ovid. Twenty are adaptations of passages from Caesar, Catullus, Cicero, Horace, Livy, Petronius, Pliny, Quintilian, Sallust, Terence, and Vergil with a heavy emphasis on Cicero.