Another way to browse through the readers, is to click here to See a Random Tar Heel Latin Reader.
Aesop's Fables. As the collection of Tar Heel Latin readers continues to grow, one of the big problems we face is organizing the materials to help people find what they are looking for. I've been organizing my materials on a separate webpage - Tar Heel Reader: Libelli Aesopi - and I've pasted in the current contents of that page below - there are 10 Aesop's fables now, in various forms, with vocabulary lists and links to additional materials online.
Create your own webpage listing! For any author who would like to be organizing their contributions on a webpage, I would be glad to make you a contributing author to this blog, so that you could create a page here with information about your Tar Heel readers - you could create a page where you list and organize your readers, and you could also annotate your individual reader pages at the blog with additional materials such as vocabulary lists, etc. So, if you are a Tar Heel author who is interested in creating your own reference pages here at the blog, please let me know and I'll be glad to make you a contributing author to this blog! :-)
Libelli Aesopi - Progress Report, June 19
Here are the Aesop's fables I've added to the Tar Heel Reader site so far - plus you might also be interested in my libelli based on Latin proverbs.
For each of these fables, you will find a Latin libellus, a bilingual Latin-English libellus, plus a "Repetite!" Latin practice reader. Plus, you will find a vocabulary list for each of the fables, along with links to additional online resources.
Fabula 1. Canis et Lupus.
Fabula 2. Haedus et Lupus.
Fabula 3. Feles et Venus.
Fabula 4. Cervus et Cornus Eius.
Fabula 5. Gallus et Gemma.
Fabula 6. Lupus et Grus.
Fabula 7. Formica et Cicada.
Fabula 8. Cornix et Urna.
Fabula 9. Rusticus et Hercules.
Fabula 10. Taurus et Mus.
Fabula 5. Gallus et Gemma
Fabula 7. Formica et Cicada
Fabula 4. Cervus et Cornus Eius