May 2011 Releases

May 2011 Releases

Diva Doctrine by Patricia V. Davis, women, self-worth, self esteemThe Diva Doctrine: 16 Universal Principles Every Woman Needs to Know by Patricia V. Davis

Patricia V. Davis may be the first to tell you she’s an expert in failed relationships. But ask any of the readers who helped a post on her advice blog go viral, and they’ll say that whether you’re wide-eyed twenty-something dreamer, the world’s grooviest grandma, or something in between, there’s no one better able to help you on your way to becoming a True Diva!


Assassination of Governor Boggs by Rod Miller, Utah, Mormons, Porter Rockwell, guns, Wild west, DetectiveThe Assassination of Governor Boggs by Rod Miller

Twenty-five years ago, governor Lilburn Boggs was shot in his home, but the gunman was never found. Now Detective Calvin Pogue has been hired by the Boggs family to open the cold case. From one end of the country to the other Detective Pogue follows clues that lead him relentlessly to the legendary Mormon gunman Porter Rockwell–who still isn’t making things easy for anyone!


(dis)Abilities and the Gospel: How to Bring People with Special Needs Closer to Christ by Danyelle Ferguson & Lynn Parsons, M.S.

Each day, parents and Church leaders struggle to teach individuals with special needs. Using real-life stories and a touch of humor, this inspiring book guides you to teach effectively, overcome communication barriers, and build strong relationships with people of all ages with disabilities. Discover each person’s ability to learn and grow as you help them feel like a valuable part of your life.


Utah, Mafia, Women, LDS, RomanceThe Alias by Mandi Tucker Slack

After a long and difficult divorce, Jacey is sure the worst is over. But when the FBI reveals some disturbing information about her ex-husband, she is forced into hiding to protect herself and her son. In the process, she risks losing her identity, her future, and her heart. Thrilling and suspenseful, this novel is an edge-of-your-seat read.


Too Much Togetherness by Miriam Goodman, Retirement, Couples, Marriage, RelationshipsToo Much Togetherness: Surviving Retirement as a Couple by Miriam Goodman

Today’s retiree does not know how to prepare for a retirement that is both rewarding and productive. Filled with stories and tips, this book will successfully lead you and your spouse to cope with the changes that retirement brings. Grow closer together and retain your sanity as you fall in love all over again after retirement.


Daughter of Helaman by Misty Moncur, Book of Mormon, Stripling Warriors, Nephites, Lamanites, AmmonitesDaughter of Helaman by Misty Moncur

Keturah is secretly training to be a warrior even though everyone expects her to get married. When her nearly betrothed and the soldier who is training her meet up, sparks fly, and Keturah must figure out not only her place in society, but also her heart’s desire. You’ll cheer as this sassy heroine proves herself both on and off the battlefield.


I Thought Scout Uniforms Were Fireproof by Shane Barker, Scouting, hiking, campingI Thought Scout Uniforms were Fireproof: Putting the Fun in Scouting by Shane Barker


Finally! A perfect resource for any leader who’s ever had trouble creating scouting programs and activities compelling enough to compete with school, sports, jobs, and the thousands of other activities in your scout’s life. These ideas, hints, and tips will spark your imagination and make scouting activities the highlight of your boys’ week.


The Perfect Token by Cathryn Tew, Romance, LDS, kissing, marriage, relationshipsThe Perfect Token by Cathryn Tew

Brietta has long given up on finding her true love””that is, until she meets John. Charming, handsome, and perfect, he’s everything she’s ever wanted. But her plans go awry when she finds out John may already be planning to propose””to another girl! Filled with humor and a touch of sass, this book reminds you that finding love is a journey of self-discovery.


Mormon History 101 by Dan Barker, Church history, Utah, New York,The church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day SaintsMormon History 101 by Dan Barker


Think you know everything about Mormon history? Then prove it! This book is jam-packed with information about the fascinating facts and figures in Mormon history in the form of multiple-choice questions. Soon you’ll be able to stump even the most scholarly Church historian in your family. Perfect for family gatherings, youth activities, or personal study, Mormon History 101 makes learning about Church history fun for everyone!


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