Friday, August 28, 2009
Paperback $16.95 In stock
purchase by 9/15/2009 and save 20%
also receieve a gift pack from the author.
Paul Mardian is a shining example of the American dream. The grandson of an Armenian immigrant who fled to the United States during the genocide of 1915, Paul is a self- made industrial tycoon and one of the most eligible bachelors in the country. But the dream is shattered when Paul turns up dead and his valuable collection of ancient Armenian artificats goes missing. Hired to find the murdered man s heirs, professional genealogist Alexandra Campbell and her sidekick, Briggie, are brought ... (more)
Thursday, August 27, 2009
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Wed Sep 2nd at Moroni Books
G. G. Vandagriff will be signing her books
come meet the author !
The Last Waltz by G. G. Vandagriff
In December 1913, the city of Vienna glitters with promises of the future for sought- after debutante Amalia Faulhaber. But life takes a dramatic turn when simmering political unrest escalates into the most deadly war the world has ever known. Amalia is devastated when her fiance, Baron Eberhard von Waldburg, breaks off their engagement to return to his native Germany and obligatory military service. But she soon discovers that her passion for democracy ... (more)
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Brandon Mull, Illustrated by Brandon Dorman
Hardback 9x11 Childrens picture book $17.95
What happens when your imaginary friend turns into your imaginary enemy?New York Times bestselling author Brandon Mull and No.1 New York Times bestselling illustrator Brandon Dorman team up in this new children s picture book that explores the meaning of friendship and imagination.Like many kids his age, Chad has an imaginary friend. His friend was Pingo. The two would fight ninjas, brew magical potions, and float in zero gravity. Each day was a fun-filled adventure, until Chad decided he was .. (more)
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
Dan and his two friends are asked to deliver a food box to a needy family. By mistake they deliver it to the wrong house and meet Maria, an undocumented mom and her two young kids. Over the next few weeks, as Dan becomes drawn into Maria's life, his parents find themselves at a loss to deal with his uncharacteristic behavior.
Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square with Brian Stokes Mitchell
Each year, the Christmas concert presented by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square is seen by more than 85,000 people live and by millions more via television broadcast. It is a fullscale production featuring world- class musicians, soloists, dancers, narrators, and music that leaves viewers in awe of the Choir’s unmatched magnitude and musicality.
Following the success of last year’s CD Rejoice and Be Merry, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir presents Ring Christmas Bells, the next musical masterpiece .. ( more)
Saturday, August 15, 2009
Side by Side Comparison with the King James
Thomas A. Wayment
Hardcover $29.95 Coming soon!
Several years ago, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints was given complete access to the Joseph Smith Translation manuscripts. This book takes the wealth of research done by a team of BYU scholars and condenses it into a reader- friendly format. It identifies ... (more)
Friday, August 14, 2009
Camille Fronk Olsen & Elspeth Young
From the beginning, women have been at the very heart of God s plan. Women of the Old Testament focuses on some of these remarkable women whose struggles and life situations are not unlike our own. No two are the same. Some are affluent; others live in poverty. Most are married, but some are single. Some are born in the lineage of the prophets, and others come from the cultures of the world. Some have children; others do not. Some make their contributions from within a loving and supportive marriage. Others bring about much good while being married to an absent, abusive, or unfaithful husband. All of them have challenges, but each one has a divine potential to contribute to the Lord's work.
Bestselling author Camille Fronk Olson brings these women to life, going beyond ... (more)
Sacred Walls: Learning from temple Symbols
Gerald E. Hansen, Jr., Photography by Val Brinkerhoff
Both books and buildings have voices. But rather than the letters of an alphabet, buildings use towers and spires, columns and buttresses, mosaics and paintings, glass and geometric figures, and statues and friezes to speak volumes. However, even though architectural symbolism existed before the written word, the message of a building is often difficult for most of us to recognize. For Latter-day Saints, temples are the most important and symbolic buildings in existence. Through temples the unique doctrines of the restored gospel are communicated. Although the bulk of this instruction occurs inside the temples, temple exteriors also tell of these profound doctrines when you understand how to read them. This unique and fascinating book is designed to help you see the House of the Lord with new eyes as you examine the voices of temple exteriors along with the voices of the Book of Mormon. Each chapter contains an examination of a sermon or vision in the Book of Mormon related to the temple. This is accompanied by a stunning photo essay of temple exteriors and enlightening commentary that examines the main symbolic motifs of a specific temple. As you learn how to read the messages hidden in plain sight, ... (more)
Thursday, August 13, 2009
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
Gerald N. Lund
Hardback $34.95 retail
Book on CD Coming soon $69.95
The journey was impossible. But they had no other choice.At the call of their prophet, they left well-established farms and businesses to strike out yet again into the untamed wilderness. A small band of men, women, and children formed the 1879 pioneer company.Their mission: stand as a buffer between lawlessness and civilization. Their road: only what they created themselves, blasting out a perilous trail over slick rock and through desolate cliffs. Their hearts: UNDAUNTEDWhen it comes to creating spellbinding historical fiction, nobody does it quite like Gerald N. Lund. In The Undaunted ... (more)