Was there a time when you or your younger siblings went through some kind of gross phase? Rufus is a Roman boy who likes to be muddy. He wants to be covered in mud everywhere in Rome, but quickly learns from Romans who bathe daily that it’s not OK to do so in public. Can Rufus find a way to be muddy?
Rufus lutulentus contains just 20 unique words (excluding names, different forms of words, and meaning established within the text), and works well with a Latin class unit on the Roman baths, or other units that include ancient Rome’s famous buildings. The Pisoverse is written with sheltered (i.e. limited) vocabulary to provide more understandable reading material for the beginning Latin student.
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