Here at The Book Table, we pride ourselves on carrying books from local, published authors. Often we have the privilege of hosting signings with said authors, and they are such a hoot to have around. Right now in our LDS section, we have an entire display dedicated to celebrating and showcasing the art of our local Cache Valley authors.
Here are just a few of the fun books we pulled off of the display to give you a little taste of the artists our local authors truly are.
The Sister Pact by Cami Checketts
After a tragic fall leaves her sister in a coma, Savannah becomes the prime suspect in the investigation. Desperately hoping to prove her innocence, she convinces detective Noah Shumway to stay by her side at all times. But the close quarters prove too much for them to handle. Can Savannah find the proof she needs to show Noah she’s not a monster? And how can she rely on her faith and keep her family safe when it seems all hope is lost? The Sister Pact is a thrilling story of action, suspense, and love. Full of unexpected twists, this book will keep you guessing until the very last page.
Concise Harmony of the Four Gospels: New Testament Study Guide by Gene Van Shaar
A perfect companion to your New Testament studies, the full color Concise Harmony of the Four Gospels marks a new standard of accuracy and detail. It includes authoritative notations and cross references that will be a priceless addition to your Bible study.
Using this harmony will help you understand the ministry of Christ as you have never understood it before. It is designed so that it can be carried with your scriptures.
Includes LDS references.
Child of Mine by Sherry Hogg
Following a boy and his mother from birth to adulthood, Child of Mine is reminiscent of the classic Love You Forever, and is sure to find a place in every child’s heart with Hogg’s fun songs included at every stage of the boy’s life. Full of beautiful illustrations by Richard Watkins, Child of Mine is a story of the never ending promise of a mother’s unstoppable love.
Check out this story published in the Herald Journal just a few months ago about Child of Mine.