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On a whim, W- and I are learning Latin. We figure that schoolkids used to learn Latin and Greek, so we should be able to hack it too. We were delighted to find Cattus Petasatus, a Latin translation of Dr. There are even translations for some of the other books, like Green Eggs and Ham. I like reading them in addition to our textbooks. They make Latin feel more contemporary. Learning Latin with W- is a lot of fun.
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On a whim, W- and I are learning Latin. We figure that schoolkids used to learn Latin and Greek, so we should be able to hack it too. We were delighted to find Cattus Petasatus, a Latin translation of Dr. There are even translations for some of the other books, like Green Eggs and Ham. I like reading them in addition to our textbooks. They make Latin feel more contemporary.
Cattus Petasatus : The Cat in the Hat in Latin
One of the first books for countless children, this story of a free-spirited Cat who, with his high jinks and mischievous friends Things One and Two turns the house upside-down for two bored children on a rainy day is retold in Latin in Cattus Petasatus. This edition features the original artwork of Dr. Seuss and a translation in rhyming verse that echoes the sound of the original Cat in the Hat. The wonderful, whimsical, and thought-provoking stories of Dr. Seuss have been published in twenty languages. An excellent addition to Seuss collections the world over, this Latin-language edition of Seuss' timeless first reader is a welcome, all-occasion gift, a delightful way to revisit a treasured tale, and an enjoyable way to refresh your high school Latin. Viret Perna!!
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