Blog tour: ‘Scripture Princesses’

Blog tour: ‘Scripture Princesses’

Rebecca J. Greenwood and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “Scripture Princesses” blog tour, which will run from August 14-28, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

As a daughter of God, she is royalty. This beautifully illustrated book features all your little princess’s favorite scripture heroines. Each chapter tells the story of a different scripture princess, from Rachel and Leah to Abish and the Lamanite Queen, and even Emma Smith. With women your little girl can look up to, this book makes a perfect present for baptisms, birthdays, or any occasion.

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About the author:

Rebecca J. Greenwood studied visual art with a music minor at Brigham Young University. She is a multimedia artist, illustrator, comic creator, and designer with a love of stories. She has worked in publishing for the last six years. Rebecca lives in Utah with her husband, where she listens to audiobooks, cooks experimentally, has an interest in alternative health, and constantly has a new project in mind. Visit rebeccajgreenwood.com to experience more of her art and projects.

“Scripture Princesses” blog tour schedule:

August 14: Reidhead Random-ness
August 15:
August 16: The Hand That Rocks the Cradle – with a Tiara printable!
August 17:
August 18:
August 19: Latter-Day Chatter – win a copy of the book!
August 20: Rachael’s Booknook – with a FREE coloring page!
August 21: Little Red Reads – win a copy of the book!
August 22: Novel-ties – with a Q&A!
August 23: Wishful Endings – with a FREE coloring page!
August 24: Chicken Scratch ‘n Sniff: Who’s Your Scripture Hero? – with a FREE Coloring Page!
August 25: Inklings & Notions
August 26: The Power of One Girl
August 27: Readalot – with a FREE Coloring Page! • Jorie Loves a Story – Review and a Q&A!
August 28: Mel’s Shelves – with a FREE Coloring Page!

Blog tour: ‘1, 2, 3 with Nephi and Me’

Blog tour: ‘1, 2, 3 with Nephi and Me’

Heidi Doxey, Emily Konopasek and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “1, 2, 3 with Nephi and Me” blog tour, which will run from August 6-20, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

Cuddle up with your kids and count your way through the Book of Mormon! This colorful board book is perfectly sized for little fingers and is a fun way to introduce numbers and scripture stories at the same time. With rhyming text and cute illustrations, it’s sure to become a family favorite that your kids will want to read over and over again!

1-2-3 Nephi blog tour

About the author:

Heidi Jo Doxey has been reading Jane Austen’s novels over and over and over again since middle school—long before she ever dreamed of writing a book herself.

She lives in Utah, where she works in publishing, but she still calls the San Francisco Bay Area home. When she’s not writing or reading, she enjoys hiking, riding her bike, playing volleyball, traveling, watching movies, and spending time with family and friends. Visit her online at girlwithalltheanswers.blogspot.com.

About the illustrator:

Emily Konopasek is an animation student at Brigham Young University. Other than drawing, she loves snowboarding, listening to EDM, making delicious food, and being Swedish.

“1, 2, 3 with Nephi and Me” blog tour schedule:

August 6: Reidhead Random-ness
August 7: Inklings and Notions
August 8:
August 9:
August 10: Little Red Reads
August 11:
August 12:
August 13: The Hand That Rocks the Cradle
August 14:
August 15:
August 16: Wishful Endings
August 17:
August 18:
August 19: Readalot
August 20:

Blog tour: ‘I Can Pray Every Day’

Blog tour: ‘I Can Pray Every Day’

Catherine Christensen, Corey Egbert and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “I Can Pray Every Day” blog tour, which will run from August 4-18, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

“Heavenly Father hears my prayers. I know He listens and He cares.” This adorable board book is the perfect way to teach your little ones when, where, and how to pray. With colorful illustrations, rhyming text, and simple reminders of eternal truths, it’s bound to become a family favorite in your home.

I Can Pray blog tour

About the author:

Catherine loves books. She reads books, writes books, edits books, collects books, and even shelved books at the library for her first job. She also loves to travel and explore the world with her husband, Jon, and her daughter, Juliette. Catherine earned her BA from Brigham Young University. She grew up in England and now lives in Springville, Utah.

About the illustrator:

Corey Egbert has illustrated over ten books for children and numerous other publications. He has also exhibited his work in galleries and won awards for his handmade prints and digital illustrations. He lives in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia with his wife, his son, and their orange tabby.

“I Can Pray Every Day” blog tour schedule:

August 4: Reidhead Random-ness
August 5: Min Reads and Reviews
August 6: A Casual Reader’s Blog
August 7:
August 8: Hope to Read
August 9: Wishful Endings
August 10: Inklings and Notions
August 11: Heidi Reads…
August 12:
August 13:
August 14: Pebbles & Piggytails
August 15:
August 16: Jorie Loves a Story
August 17: Little Red Reads
August 18:

February LDS nonfiction titles include the birds and the bees, social media, RMs, seek-and-find

February LDS nonfiction titles include the birds and the bees, social media, RMs, seek-and-find

February RadiantVariety is the spice of life, and so it is with this month’s LDS nonfiction titles, which hit the market on Feb. 10, 2015. You can pick up copies from wherever LDS books are sold.

Seek-and-Find-BOM-Stories_9781462115280Seek and Find Book of Mormon Stories” by Jason Pruett

Search for Nephi, Moroni, and other hidden prophets and characters from the scriptures in this fun picture game book. Featuring scenes from the Book of Mormon, this book will keep kids entertained as they look for their favorite scripture heroes and hidden objects in the colorful illustrations. Perfect for home, church, or on the go, it makes learning the scriptures fun for everyone.

Teaching Children About Sex:Teaching-Children-about-Sex-9781462115495
Using the Temple as Your Guide
by Cherri Brooks

It’s time for “the talk.” Teach your children the truth about sexual intimacy in a world of shifting values and ideas. With expert advice and age-appropriate wording, you learn how to use the temple as a beautiful analogy to discuss with your kids the sacred subject of sex. Timely and clear, this book is a must-read for parents, teachers, and leaders.

Return-and-Continue-with-Honor_9781462116836Return and Continue with Honor:
A Guide for Returning Missionaries
by Brock Booher

Bring your mission habits home! This handy guidebook is the perfect size to take you from your first day home through the weeks and months that follow. Ideal for newly returning missionaries and their parents, family, and friends, this book will teach you how to have a successful transfer to the next phase of your life.

Sharing the Gospel Through Social MediaSharing-the-Gospel-through-Social-Media_9781462116553
by Erin McBride

Follow the prophets’ call and learn how to use your social media skills for good! This comprehensive guide shows you how to kindly and respectfully spread the good news of the gospel through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, your blog, and in many other ways. Perfect for leaders or the everyday Saint, it will help your whole family become modern member missionaries!

Blog tour: ‘I Hope They Call Me on a Mission’

Blog tour: ‘I Hope They Call Me on a Mission’

Benjamin Hyrum White, Corey Egbert, and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “I Hope They Call Me on a Mission” blog tour, which will run from March 8-21, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

It’s never too young to prepare! This charmingly illustrated picture book teaches children what it’s like to be a missionary, from riding a bike to studying the gospel to having a companion, and everything they can do now to be ready so that when the time comes, they’ll be the best missionaries they can be. Colorful and cute, it’s a perfect gift for baptisms and birthdays.

 

I Hope They Call Me on a Mission blog tour

About the author and illustrator:

Ben White is the author of 10 Questions to Answer while Preparing for a Mission. He has been a Seminary Teacher from 2003 to the present. He has a M.A. in Religious Education from BYU, B.S. in Marriage, Family, and Human Development from BYU. He is an EFY speaker and has recorded two talks with the Mormon Channel on their “For the Youth” program.

Corey Egbert has always loved books and art, so when he discovered that he could create both at the same time by being an illustrator, he couldn’t have been happier. His illustrations can be seen in The Niuhi Shark Saga books and the album covers of recording artist Rob Taylor. He lives in Buena Vista, Virginia, with his wife Natalya, son Oliver, and their cat, Rex.

“I Hope They Call Me on a Misson” blog tour schedule:

March 8: Myself as Written
March 9: Little Red Reads
March 10: A Casual Reader’s Blog
March 11: Literary Time Out
March 12: The Stubby Pencil Reviews
March 13: Wishful Endings
March 14: Bloggin’ ‘Bout Books
March 15: Mormon Moms
March 16: My Book a Day
March 17: Literary Wonders
March 18: I Love to Read and Review Books • Rachel’s Writing Spot
March 19: Reidhead Random-ness
March 20: Min Reads and Reviews
March 21: Why Not? Because I Said So! • LDS Women’s Book Review