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Baby Mercury is not like an ordinary human baby; he can speak, he is incredibly strong, and he can even fly!


However, things aren't always easy for the divine infant. Whenever he tries to help someone, things tend to go terribly wrong! And one day when little Mercury steals some cattle, the god Apollo is forced to track down the thief and try to set right all the chaos the mischievous infant has caused!


Mercurius, Infans Horriblis is a novice-level Latin novella written for advanced beginning and low-intermediate readers of Latin.


About the author:

Andrew Olimpi lives in Dacula, Georgia with his beautiful and talented wife, Rebekah, an artist, writer, and English teacher. When he is not writing and illustrating books, Andrew teaches Latin at Hebron Christian Academy in Dacula, Georgia. He holds a master’s degree in Latin from the University of Georgia, and currently is working on a PhD in Latin and Roman Studies at the University of Florida. He is the creator of the Comprehensible Classics series of Latin novellas aimed at beginner and intermediate readers of Latin.


This 1-year subscription gives online access to Mercurius for a teacher and up to 180 students.  All individual accounts include e-notebooks, which can be used by teachers for lesson plans and notes, and used by students to reflect on their reading and comprehension. Teachers can view the entries in these student notebooks and keep students accountable with the time-per-file tracker. 



Mercurius, Infans Horribilis

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