Quality Cooking at a Fraction of the Cost: Mastering the Art of Loss Leader Menu Planning by Michelle Snow
The Queen of Common Cents is back! Michelle Snow knows how to cook on a budget, and she passes those savings on to you in this book full of shopping tips, penny-pinching tricks, and enticing recipes. In these uncertain economic times, consumers are cutting back on everything from luxurious vacations to clothing. But why not cut back on your food budget? It is possible, and you won’t starve in the process. Learn how in this informative, new book.
Blud and Magick by Preston Norton
Born from the ashes of the most fierce and powerful entity in all of Trivaesia, Darla was sent to grow up in the outside world with no knowledge of where she came from. When she finds herself wielding new power, she must decide which part of her will rule her heart””the evil from which she was born or the good by which she was raised.
How I Got Rich Writing C Papers by Andy Hueller
Writing essays has never been more profitable! For Charles Remington Dremmel, writing has always been easy and it has helped him to earn riches beyond his dreams. But now that he’s graduating high school, he’s decided to write down his tips””in order to help you! Witty, wise, and just a little wacky, this highly entertaining novel is sure to be a hit with teenage writers everywhere.
Collateral Kindness: The True Story of an Army Interrogator in Iraq by Paul Holton
Collateral Kindness is the gripping, heartwarming story of US Army interrogator Paul Holton’s soul-searching personal battles during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Every day, Paul faced down his enemies, but when he had to face a suffering Iraqi child behind a barbed-wire fence, his life changed. This fascinating account from the front lines illustrates the simple truth that kindness can heal even the deepest wounds.
Beekeeping: A Step-by-Step Guide to Setting Up and Maintaining a Hive by Alice Mackenzie
Learn the satisfaction of harvesting your own, homegrown honey in this step-by-step guide to beekeeping, covering everything from aiding pollination to recognizing the queen bee to diagramming the parts of a hive. Maintain your own colony and you’ll not only serve the ecosystem and enjoy delicious organic honey””you’ll also discover how simple, fun, and even relaxing keeping bees can be.
Chickens: A Step-by-Step Guide to Raising and Keeping Hens by Laura Bryant
Why buy month-old eggs or chemically treated poultry from the grocery store? You can know exactly where your produce is coming from””your own backyard. Keeping chickens is a thousand-year-old activity, one that you too can do successfully. Follow this step-by-step guide and in no time you’ll be playing mother hen to your personal flock of these gentle birds.
Not everyone can win the race, but everyone can finish it. In her quest to wish away an extra 75 pounds, Betsy changed her life for good. Using her Philosophy of Finishing, she snowballed her efforts from weight loss into a bucket list of seemingly impossible dreams. This inspiring account of one woman’s journey will help you find the strength to conquer your most daunting goals and unfinished projects.
Zion’s Hope: Pioneer Midwives and Women Doctors of Utah by Honey M. Newton, CNM
Early pioneer midwives and women doctors made a lasting impact on the West. They provided compassionate care to anyone from the cradle to the grave. But the accounts of these supreme examples of Christlike service are rarely told. Remember their sacrifice as the stories inspire and uplift you on your own path to Zion.
Gaze Into Heaven: Near-Death Experiences in Early Church History by Marlene Bateman Sullivan
“I arose, leaving my body behind.“ Delve deep into over fifty documented near-death experiences from early Church history. Filled with engrossing personal experiences and perceptive commentary, scripture, and quotes from latter-day prophets, this book will help you find purpose in life as you come to more fully understand the Father’s plan for you in the eternities.
Living in the Light provides readers with step-by-step methods to overcome depression and anxiety. It offers solutions through a combination of cognitive techniques and gospel-centered principles that will empower readers with the ability to regain their peace and happiness through eliminating all aspects of darkness from their life, embracing a life full of light.
Hebrew Roots of Mormonism by David Thomas
The Hebrew Roots of Mormonism describes Christianity’s original roots in Hebrew traditions and culture, then explains how Mormonism is the faithful inheritor of those traditions. Following the death of the original twelve Apostles, Christianity became fractured, but when a young boy knelt to pray in the spring of 1820, revelations restored Hebrew Christianity to the earth as Mormonism.
Raggleroot (Book 3 of Flin’s Destiny Series) by Erik Olsen
Flin has always been told to stay away from the doors with five clover leaves. But when his only option to return home lies behind those doors, he’s forced to go against everything he’s believed. What he discovers is not only devastating, it’s deadly. Full of humor, action, and twists, this can’t-miss read is sure to keep you entertained to the very last page.
10 Questions to Answer While Preparing for a Mission by Benjamin Hyrum White
Are you ready to be part of the greatest generation of missionaries? This book will give you the additional mental preparation and spiritual motivation necessary to answer this call. The 10 questions found in this book will help you look deep within yourselves to determine if you have sufficiently raised the bar in preparing for full-time missionary service.