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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...
"Mona Lisa: A Life Discovered" documents the author's quest to discover just who the woman in Leonardo da Vinci's most famous work of art really was, what her life would have been like, and why a world-renowned...
Elder David S. Baxter of the Quorum of the Seventy lays out the definition of peace and how we can obtain it in every aspect of our lives, despite what may be going on around us in his book "Peace, Be Still."
Batman was created by Bob Kane in 1939, and today is considered by IGN to be the No. 2 superhero of all time, losing the No.1 spot to Superman.
H.B. Moore's fictional retelling of the well-known story of Esther puts the story in its historical context and comes from an LDS perspective that connects with readers.
Buted Altangerel has sung in leading roles at the largest opera houses in Mongolia, but her biggest dream was to one day sing with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Now, that dream has come true.
In the style of Karen Joy Fowler's "The Jane Austen Book Club," Wendy Wax's novel follows the story of three women who live in the same Atlanta apartment building and form a bond through a common love of all th...
Whether a young woman will be entering the temple in preparation for a mission, marriage or other reason, Mangus offers many valuable tips to help make her first day in the temple a day of peace, serenity and l...
A young LDS woman from California has been chosen as the first ever high school student to help cover the Grammy Awards.