Maybe if I keep a list here, I can keep adding – maybe not the easiest format to maintain, but until I figure out a clever way via github jekyll page collections…
update (2017-03-04): Dr D’Ooge’s Elements of Latin wins and is available printed and coil bound with answer key and your purchase helps our family – and you get a great book probably printed in your own country – Lulu has printers around the world.
A List from 2007 from the textkit forum – all with answer keys, but not all available outside North America – though often searching the Internet Archive turns up identical copies available to download.
Elements of Latin 1921 by Benjamin D’Ooge (470p) with Key (70p) – something of a rewrite, taking best bits of Beginners and starting over again. There are 56 lessons in the first “half-year” and the second “half-year” takes the total up to 110 with two optional lessons after that.
Easy Latin for sight reading for secondary schools another D’Ooge book, (174p) 1921. Selections from Ritchie’s Fabulae faciles, Lhomond’s Urbis Romae viri inlustres, and Gellius’ Noctes atticae. Short readings with questions following.
Jacob’s Latin Reader – 1833 – starts with simple sentences featuring elephants. pp277
A first Latin reader: with exercises by Herbert Chester Nutting – first section on Early American History, then Tales of Land and Sea, then stories from Caesar. 1913, pp493
Introductory Latin grammar and first Latin reader [microform] by Hagarty, E. W. (Edward William), 1862-1943 – regular Latin text-book, Nominative, Genitive order of declensions. 1906, pp462