New Nonfiction from 2017

Whether you are looking for inspiration for yourself or for a pre-teen or teen who needs to know they are not alone, our authors provide insight into the value of each person.

The Book of Real Beauty for LDS Girls

"The first and best beauty tip anyone can ever give you is to be confident. Be proud of who you are. Repeat the following words to yourself at least five times a day: 'I am special and I am beautiful.' The more you say it, the more you'll believe it. Because it's true." -From The Book of Real Beauty for LDS girls.

In this book, novelist Tarrah Montgomery teaches girls to be themselves, find a style of their own, and stay healthy with proper nutrition, exercise, and sleep. Girls will learn that modesty is always in style, and they'll practice doing simple hairstyles and makeup. As girls find joy in everyday life, they will see how beauty shines from kindness and giving service. Following the Spirit brings inner beauty, confidence, and feelings of self-worth. This guide will help girls look and feel their best as they prepare for their teenage years.

You Are Worth It Eternal Perspectives for a Young Woman

"If you ever feel like you have to do it all yourself, that is a lie. During times of panic and anxiety, I have thought I was failing the Lord. I've desperately told Him how sorry I was that I could not be stronger. Instead of condemnation, He has sent powerful witnesses of His love." -From You Are Worth It

Each of us comes to this world with a divine worth and strength. Yet every person will experience times of doubt and darkness when we need comfort and encouragement. You Are Worth It features thoughtful lessons that will inspire a young woman to honor, love, and nurture herself and others. In a down-to-earth way, author JoLyn Brown teaches of faith and obedience, hopes and dreams, family and friends, and Christlike service.

The Miraculous Power of Charity

"No other interaction in the lifespan of an individual has more weight and significance—more impact on the development and pursuit of peace and harmony—than the interactions within family relationships. Charity is an essential spiritual ingredient to the well-being of the family."-From The Miraculous Power of Charity

What has the power to soften hearts, open minds, and restore hope? What can heal the wounds of abuse and fill the empty spaces left by neglect? The answer is charity, which the prophet Mormon describes as “the pure love of Christ.” Charity is the love God feels for His children—and the kind of love He asks us to feel for ourselves and each other. Through the marvelous power of charity, we can enjoy
  • Renewed self-esteem and self-confidence
  • Secure attachments with our children
  • A solid base for building an eternal relationship with our spouse
  • Optimized health and increased energy
  • The undoing of years of pain, suffering, fear, and depression
In this groundbreaking book, Douglas Dobberfuhl explores the latest findings about the brain and body in regards to charity. Drawing on over twenty years as a professional therapist, he helps readers understand charity, experience the love of Heavenly Father, and cultivate charity for others. Stories of real people are provided as motivating examples of lives transformed by charity. This God-given love can fulfill us personally, improve our marriages, and strengthen our families. If we allow ourselves to receive and share charity, its power can change us forever.

Values for a Young Woman: Inspirational Quotes

"Know that although in the eternal scheme of things you are small, you are also unique and irreplaceable, as are all your fellow humans everywhere in the world." -Margaret Laurence

Values for a Young Woman: Inspirational Quotes is a collection of uplifting quotes about eight values that are necessary for a faith-filled, happy life. With over 300 carefully selected quotes, this book will encourage a young woman to develop specific godlike attributes and will help strengthen her testimony of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. 

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