What children’s book comes in a Latin translation titled Cattus Petasatus?
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Cat in the Hat
That’s it. A Petasatus is a type of travelling hat.
The Cat in the Hat
Also, there is Quomodo Invidiosulus nomine Grinchus Christi natalem Abrogaverit.
You can probably guess that one too.
The second one is “How the Grinch stole Christmas”
Yeah that’s a lot easier to get.
“Mariae fuit Agnulus
Qui Vellus Niveum
Quoqunque conferabat se
even still rhymes and keeps the original meter as the original English poem.
Yes that’s particularly well done.
And we’re a bit surprised it took you that long to bring up Mary Had A Little Lamb in Latin.
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