Launi K. Anderson - Juvenile Fiction - 1996 - 65 pages
In Salt Lake City, eleven-year-old Gracie and her Mormon family experience hardship and loss brought by World War I and the spreading influenza epidemic in 1918.
Juvenile Fiction - 1997 - 48 pages
A courageous mongoose thwarts the evil plans of Nag and Nagaina, two big black cobras who live in the garden.
Art Gibney - Fiction - 2002 - 132 pages
Nevada's back country is a region of vast spaces, drought-parched sagebrush and snow-clogged winters where rugged ranchers and fiercely independent loners seek solitude in ...
Catherine Atkins - Juvenile Fiction - 1999 - 231 pages
Sixteen-year-old Jeff, returning home after having been kidnapped and held prisoner for three years, must face his family, friends, and school and the widespread assumption ...
D. Michael Quinn - Religion - 1997 - 928 pages
The Mormon church today is led by an elite group of older men, nearly three-quarters of whom are related to current or past general church authorities. This dynastic hierarchy ...
Phyllis Barber - Fiction - 1991 - 281 pages
During the Great Depression, the Jensens, a Mormon family, move to Nevada in order to find work on the Hoover Dam project