E. L. WistyTOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 28 Nov. 2012
There are many books of Latin proverbs knocking about, but this one is designed with the learner in mind. The 4000 proverbs herein are grouped by grammatical features and ordered in increasing complexity, and follow very much the order of learning of declensions and verb cases one would usually encounter when learning Latin.
The text is literally just the proverbs, with no translations. There is a companion website to the book which provides the translations and excellent notes on each proverb. There are some good introductory notes in the book itself.
The book is available via publish on demand. See the comments section for extra information on where to find the supplier.