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Marissa Meyer, the author of the Lunar Chronicles young adult fantasy series, is releasing “Stars Above,” a new collection of short stories about the characters from her popular novels.
Vice president and associate publishing director of Random House, who worked on six books with Dr. Seuss and helped complete his lost manuscript "What Pet Should I Get?" will be the keynote speaker at the UVU B...
Malala Yousafzai's story is told for the benefit of younger readers in “I Am Malala: How One Girl Stood Up for Education and Changed the World (Young Readers Edition).”
Salt Lake City author Julie Checkoway tells the story of impoverished Hawaiian Japanese-American children in the 1930s who go from learning to swim in irrigation ditches to vying for Olympic glory in "The Three...
After being fooled by a possum playing dead in her yard, children's writer Holly Goldberg Sloan decided to write a book, illustrated by her husband, Gary Rosen, about possums training to be actors, putting on a...
“This Is Your Life, Harriet Chance!” by Jonathan Evison tells the story of a 78-year-old widow with a troubling past and is meant to encompass the difficulties that many women have faced in the last...
Mormon blogger Andrea Faulkner Williams writes a much-needed handbook for the challenges of adjusting to life as a returned sister missionary in her new book "Tell Me About It, Sister! A Guide for Returned Sist...
Throughout her career, Liz Wiseman, author of "Multipliers," has been given roles she was under-qualified for. From that experience grew the idea for her new book, "Rookie Smarts," which analyzes the benefits o...
Knowing there are more than enough bad men in the world, Elder David S. Baxter of the Seventy seeks to define for the upcoming generation what makes a man good in his newest book, "What Good Men Do."
Entering a young adult market flooded with narratives of women who fall passionately in love with powerful, manipulative men, "Exquisite Captive," written by Heather Demetrios, takes a typical Stockholm syndrom...