March 2012 Releases

March 2012:

Caller ID, A Novel by Rachelle J. ChristensenCaller IDby Rachelle J. Christensen

When twenty-three-year-old Courtney Beckham is abducted near her home, the search turns up more than just a kidnapping crime. FBI agent Jason Edwards investigates the ten-million-dollar ransom and stumbles upon something he wasn’t meant to find. And when Courtney catches a glimpse of the caller ID in her kidnapper’s home, what she sees turns her world upside down.

 

Motherhood Matters by Connie Sokol, mother's day book, inspirational booksMotherhood Matters: Joyful Reminders of the Divinity, Reality, and Rewards of Motherhoodby Connie Sokol

Motherhood is a divine calling””but it may not always feel that way. Now you can show the women in your life how much they matter to you, with this delightful and heartwarming volume of wit and wisdom about the divinity, reality, and rewards of motherhood. Fresher than flowers and sweeter than chocolate, it’s a perfect gift for the women who give so much.

 

Crater Lake: Battle for Wizard Island by Steve Westover, Juvenile fiction fantasy Crater Lake: Battle for Wizard Islandby Steve Westover

While visiting his crazy Uncle Bart at Crater Lake National Park, thirteen-year-old Ethan’s world collapses when all the adults at Crater Lake disappear, including his parents. Now Ethan must rally his new friends and decipher the legends of Crater Lake to find the key to rescuing his parents from their earthen prison before he’s captured too and their imprisonment becomes permanent.

 

Your LDS Wedding Planner: A Guide to a Stunning Wedding Day by Ann Louise Peterson, Marriage, temple wedding, Your LDS Wedding Planner: A Guide to a Stunning Wedding Dayby Ann Louise Peterson

It’s the best of times””and the worst. But now you can transform your wedding planning from stressful to joyful. Forget the worries of unanswered questions and up-in-the air schedules, this humorous and handy book has all the answers you need. Whether you’re worried about caterers or cake toppersYour LDS Wedding Plannerwill take the pain out of planning in an instant, so you can create a day to remember for all eternity.

 

The Secret Life of Copernicus H. Stringfellow by Lorin Barber, Adult Fiction, ParanormalThe Secret Life of Copernicus H. Stringfellowby Lorin Barber

Copernicus H. Stringfellow, a.k.a. Nick, is not your run-of-the-mill genius. His mind is so powerful, it can stop a speeding automobile or stem internal bleeding. As Nick goes about quietly doing good, he discovers that his powers are greatly enhanced by the nutrients present in Twinkies. Follow Nick on his amazing adventures in this humorous and exciting action-packed book for all ages.

 

The Summer Bucket List for Kids by Michelle Snow, Juvenile Non-Fiction, Crafts and HobbiesThe Summer Bucket List for Kidsby Michelle Snow

If you have a hard time helping your kids fill the hours in those long summer days, then this invaluable guide is exactly what you need. Full of fun, original, and thoughtful ideas””sure to use up your kids’ excess summertime energy in a positive, healthy way””this book is guaranteed to stop boredom in its tracks.

 

A Woman's Power: Threads That Bind Us To God by Fay A. Klingler, LDS Non-Fiction, Inspirational books, WomenA Woman’s Power: Threads That Bind Us To Godby Fay A. Klingler

For any woman who’s ever felt like she’s hanging on by a single thread, this inspiring book reveals the truth: you’re surrounded by threads of strength and power that can bring you safety, peace, and lasting happiness. All you have to do is grab hold of them. Uplifting and empowering, this book offers women everywhere a message of hope.

 

Waterfall Memories: A Parable of Motherhood by Merrilee Browne Boyack, Family and Relationships, Motherhood, Mother's Day BooksWaterfall Memories: A Parable of Motherhoodby Merrilee Browne Boyack

Motherhood grabs you in the first moment . . . And it is an awe-inspiring feeling as the dawning realization hits: You are to be a mother.Merrilee Browne Boyack brings you a heartwarming parable of motherhood that will bring to mind all the wonderful memories of motherhood and remind you to create new ones. A perfect gift for mothers and mothers-to-be everywhere.

 

From Pampered to Productive: Raising Children Who Know How to Work by Debbie Bowen, Non-fiction, Family & Relationships, Parenting, Child RearingFrom Pampered to Productive: Raising Children Who Know How to Workby Debbie Bowen

From television to iphones and automatic dishwashers, we’ve got it all””except each other. But there’s a simple solution. Turn forgotten to-dos into family fun with Debbie Bowen’s ten proven formulas for success. With new skills, added closeness, and a real sense of accomplishment, your whole family will soon cherish chore time. Raising responsible, hard-working kids has never been so rewarding!

 

Mom Knows Best: Classic Stories Every Mom Will Love by Joan Wester Anderson, Non-Fiction, Christian Family LifeMom Knows Best: Classic Stories Every Mom Will Loveby Joan Wester Anderson

Beloved and bestselling author Joan Wester Anderson takes you past preschool and on through college in these hilarious and witty observations on mothering at all ages. And while Joan’s mothering instincts may not be the most traditional, they sure are entertaining. Encouraging and uplifting, this book reassures mothers everywhere that things really will be okay””even if there is peanut butter on the curtains.

 

Recovers and Reprints:

The Lost Lands of the Book of Mormon by Phyllis Carol Olive, LDS Non-Fiction books, Geography, BOM landscapeThe Lost Lands of the Book of Mormonby Phyllis Carol Olive

Ample archeological evidence proves the New England area was once populated by ancient civilizations. Enjoy the depth of detail and research that has gone into reconstructing and verifying that these areas were indeed populated by the descendents of Lehi and Jared. Go back in history to a time when primeval forests and great inland seas filled the land and rediscover the lands of the Book of Mormon.

 

The Utah Gold Rush:The Lost Rhoades Mine and the Hathenbruck Legacyby Kerry Ross Boren and Lisa Lee Boren

With the release of this book, the search for the lost Rhoades Mine is narrowed to a few square miles of real estate due east of Kamas, Utah. This gives promise that the greatest of all gold deposits””including remains of Montezuma’s vast treasure””may soon be found.In 1520 the Aztecs told Hernando Cortez that their vast hoards of gold came from seven mines far to the north””the legendary Seven Cities of Cibola””leading to Spanish exploration throughout the Uintah Mountains. But the Spaniards had little luck, and the treasure still awaits.

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