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What Color is it?: Quo colore est?
 

Color-learning with a new twist: in Latin.
Aided by original artwork and an English translation, children learn the Latin words for a full range of colors: red, yellow, blue, pink, white, gray, black, purple, brown, green. In the process of learning the color words, they also learn words for apple, flower, pet, food, bird, and canary. Finally they get to select their favorite color. The original artwork is charming and creative. A complete vocabulary, with emphasis on derivatives, and pronunciation guide are provided; a recording of the text is also available.

 
 

What Will I Eat?: Quid Edam?
 
French fries and pancakes in a "Latin" beat!
Experts recommend that children start a foreign language as early as possible. With this book, a child can start learning Latin at age four. Latin is an excellent foreign language to select. Just ask any lawyer, doctor, scientist, or nurse.

 
 

Who Loves Me?: Quis me amat?
 

Family love and closeness in Latin, for kids.
Aided by original artwork and an English translation, children learn the Latin words for family members: mother, father, sister, brother, grandfather, grandmother, uncle and aunt (father's brother and sister), uncle and aunt (mother's brother and sister), and cousins. The book begins with "This is a picture of me," and the child gets to draw his image or affix a photo. The original artwork is charming and creative. A complete vocabulary, with emphasis on derivatives, and pronunciation guide are provided; a recording of the text is also available.

 
 

Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus…in Latin!: Vere, Virginia, Sanctus Nicolaus est!
 

"Please tell me the truth, is there a Santa Claus?" On September 21, 1897, the minds and hearts of two people met and in that meeting created magic that has survived more than a century.

 
 

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