This classic Latin textbook is used in a multitude of college and university Latin courses. It's authoritative--I use it often for it's excellent grammatical explanations. If you use it for self-study, heed my warning: it moves fast!
Workbook for Wheelock's Latin This is the workbook that accompanies Wheelock's Latin book.
A Comprehensive Guide to Wheelock's Latin If you are using Wheelocks for self-study, as I am sure many of you will, this companion volume can really help you succeed. If you buy Wheelocks, take a look at this book on Amazon and see if it might be useful to you.
38 Latin Stories Designed to Accompany Frederic M. Wheelock's Latin This popular book contains Latin stories that you can read to compliment your study of Wheelock's Latin grammar book. Each story is designed to accompany a given chapter in Wheelocks.
Lingua Latina by Hans Ortberg This book uses the "natural" method. No rules to learn, no paradigms, just a few pictures to show you what the words mean. It's a story about a Roman family. As you go through the story you meet each member of the family and learn about their trials and tribulations (like the slave who runs away or when the son falls out of a tree and gets hurt). I highly recommend this book for supplementary reading (actually, there is a whole series of them) after completing Getting Started with Latin.
Minimus Pupil's Book: Starting out in Latin by Barbara Bell This is one of the most popular Latin materials for young children. It's a richly illustrated storybook in which all the characters speak Latin, including the cleverly-named main character, Minimus. The humor here is that the Latin word for "mouse" is mus.
The Bantam New College Latin & English Dictionary by John Traupman My all-time favorite Latin dictionary. If I were going to be stuck on a desert island and could only take one Latin dictionary with me...uh, well, you get the idea.
Cassell's Latin Dictionary This is my second-favorite dictionary (after the Bantam dictionary by Traupman). I use it when I need a little more detail about a Latin word. It also has some examples of how the word is used by Roman authors.
Latin-English Dictionary by William Smith This Latin dictionary, by 19th century scholar William Smith, is the granddaddy of them all! A treasure trove of information, this dictionary is very large (in two volumes) and contains even the most obscure words. It's very valuable for translating texts of any kind. It costs a few bucks, but it's worth the money.
The Latin-Centered Curriculum In this book, author Andrew Campbell emphasizes the educational importance of Latin. He advocates making the study of Latin the centerpiece of one's education.
A Primer of Ecclesiastical Latin This book teaches Latin grammar in such a way as to prepare you to read ecclesiastical Latin (church Latin). Our English word ecclesiastical comes from the Geek word ekklesia which means assembly and over time just came to mean church. So ecclesiastical just means church-related. This book would be a good one to use after Getting Started with Latin if you would like to eventually read the church fathers, the Latin Vulgate, or other Christian Latin.
501 Latin Verbs In this book, each page is a chart showing all the forms of a given verb. I use it almost daily for reference.
Novum Testamentum Graece et Latine I particularly like this New Testament because it has Greek on one side with Latin on the facing page.
Medieval Latin by K.P. Harrington This classic Medieval Latin textbook has stood the test of time as a valuable resource for the study of the Latin texts of the Middle Ages.
The Latin Vulgate This is a good critical edition.
Invitation to the Septuagint A must read if you are interested in the LXX.
Brenton's Septuagint This edition of the LXX is pretty old, and it is not what would be considered a critical edition. However, it is inexpensive, has an easy-to-read font, and the English translation in the margin, so it's excellent for general reading.
An Introduction to Vulgar Latin "Vulgar Latin" does not mean saying something dirty in Latin! It means colloquial Latin - the Latin spoken by the common man.
In The Beginning: Bibles Before The Year 1000 This wonderful book documents many of the most important Bible manuscripts. Complete descriptions and high-resolution photos, too. It's from the museum exhibit of the same name.
Dictionary of Ecclesiastical Latin This dictionary is excellent for liturgical Latin. It really picks up where others leave off.
Mastering New Testament Greek: An Interactive Guide for Beginners I highly recommend this multimedia CD ROM to anybody who wants to learn Greek. I have personally used this product for a long time, and I even recommend it in Getting Started with Latin.
New Testament Greek Vocabulary I have used these vocabulary CDs for years to build and review my Greek vocabulary. Great for commuters, self-taught students, seminary students, anybody!
Learn New Testament Greek This book is a particularly good way to get started with New Testament Greek. It gets you reading right away.
Trained Mind by Susan Wise Bauer This is perhaps the most popular homeschool curriculum guide available.
The Story of the World This is part of Susan Wise Bauer's popular series of world history textbooks.
General Latin & Greek Links
Linney's Latin Class This online Latin class for homeschooled and self-taught students is designed to allow anyone to experience a genuine Latin class, complete with a textbook, lectures, and even homework. It's a great way to continue your Latin studies after completing Getting Started with Latin.
The Latin-Centered Curriculum This website accompanies the popular book The Latin-Centered Curriculum by Andrew Campbell. In it, the author emphasizes the importance of Latin in education.
Learn Biblical Latin by reading the Vulgata Here is a great page about learning the Latin of the Vulgate.
Ecclesiastical Latin: Resources for Learining and Enrichment This site has lots of materials for those of you who are particularly interested in more detailed study of Roman Catholic Church literature.
Ephemeris Would you like to read the news in Latin?
The National Committee for Latin and Greek The purpose of the NCLG is to initiate and coordinate efforts to promote the study of Latin and Greek on behalf of all cooperating classical associations by developing an agenda of promotional projects and activities.
The Association for Latin Teaching Blog This British blog provides links to lots of interesting Latin goodies.
IRIS Magazine - A New Approach to Classics IRIS is a new magazine, which aims to promote access to the Classics
in UK state schools, and to cultivate imaginative and innovative
responses to all areas of the Classics.
Friends of Classics - For everyone who is fascinated by the world of the ancient Greeks and Romans If you have some knowledge of the classical civilisations, from however many years ago - and, above all, if you wish to see classical subjects flourishing in our schools, then Friends of Classics is for you.
Cambridge School Classics Project Lots of goodies here.
Introduction to Latin Pronunciation This is a wonderful online tool to teach Latin pronunciation. It is at the Wheelock's Latin website.
Latin Comparison Chart Martha Robinson's famous chart which compares and contrasts the different Latin methods available to homeschoolers.
Textkit - Greek and Latin Learning Tools This website has many free Latin and Greek textbooks available for download in Adobe Reader (PDF) format. Also, it has answer keys, discussion forums, and much, much more. A real jewel!
Fr. Gary Coulter's Website Lots of free Latin instruction materials here.
Vicipaedia This online encyclopedia is completely in Latin!!
Places to Find Latin Texts
The Loeb Classical Library These little red and green books, published by Harvard University Press, have the original Latin or Greek on one side of the page with an English translation on the other. Very useful for students.
The Latin Library The Latin Library is a huge collection of Latin texts for all to use and enjoy. These texts are in the public domain.
Google Book Search If you select the "Full View" option, you can read and download books on all kinds of subjects including Greek and Latin.
Neo-Latin Bibliography This is a huge collection of links to all kinds of Latin texts. You just have to see it to believe it.
Latin Vulgate.com You guessed it...the entire Latin Vulgate (the Latin Bible) side by side with an English translation.
Corpus Thomisticum This site has the complete works of St. Thomas Aquinas in the original Latin.
E-Sword With this free Bible study software, you can read the Bible in Latin (or any other language, for that matter) side by side with an English version.
Catholic Canon Law The canon law of the Catholic Church (1917 version) in Latin.
The Roman Breviary The Roman Catholic book of prayers in Latin side by side with the English translation.
St. Augustine The complete works of St. Augustine in the original Latin (and Italian translations, too).
The Catholic Catechism
The entire Catholic Catechism in Latin.