New This Fall in LDS Books

Consider the Blessings by Thomas S. Monson

18394534If you ask people what they love most about President Thomas S. Monson’s teaching style, chances are they’ll say something about the personal experiences he relates. The accounts President Monson shares are always true, taken from his own life or the real lives of other people. Those warm, memorable accounts have truly become a hallmark of his messages.

Who can forget the woman who saved one of the two sticks of gum Elder Monson passed out to youth in postwar Germany? Or the neighbor who returned a box of baseballs to young Tommy as a thank-you for his kindness to her? Or the father who declined to attend a “Mormon” meeting with his family but had his heart softened by a message he heard on a radio that was actually broken?

In celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of his call as an Apostle, Consider the Blessings presents fifty of the true accounts President Thomas S. Monson has shared over the years. With beautiful photographs and heart-touching content, this is a book to treasure with the whole family.

From the Dust The Serial Graphic Novel #1: The Last King of Judah by Michael Mercer

Your scriptures like never before!

17340468From the Dust is a serial graphic novel that tells the tragic story of the Old Testament from the hope-filled perspective of characters in the Book of Mormon.

From the Dust is a powerful entertainment tool that bridges the gap between ancient scripture and modern life. It is the perfect entertainment for Latter-day Saint families with children who want to promote interest and intrigue in the scriptures.

In From the Dust #1: The Last King of Judah you will be introduced to the exciting new universe of From the Dust, where the scriptures become visually stunning and where all the characters are animals. Even though the visuals are fantastic, the facts and relationships in the story are backed with collegiate-level scholarship and inspired by insightful interpretations.

From the Dust is designed to enhance any reader’s understanding of the complex political, social, and cultural phenomena that defined the stories of the Old Testament and the Book of Mormon.

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The Romney Family Table by Ann Romney

Pull up a chair at the Romney family table! You’re invited into the kitchen of Mitt and Ann Romney, where you’ll find an irresistible blend of personal reflections, family photos, and the recipes that have bound a family together through the generations.

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