General conference is almost here, and many mission reunions will take place for those who served missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The Deseret News will publish brief reunion notices on Sept. 26 as a public service. Missions may submit their notices at deseretnews.com/reunions. Choose “Submit reunion info” under the title “LDS Mission Reunions” and follow the instructions for submitting the notices. Please be sure to include all required information.
These five books for children shares about prophets, Sunday activities and following Jesus Christ's example. “HEROIC STORIES FROM THE BOOK OF MORMON,” by Shauna Gibby, illustrated by Casey Nelson, Deseret Book, $16.99From Lehi and King Benjamin to the Brother of Jared and Moroni, “Heroic Stories from the Book of Mormon” shares 14 stories from the Book of Mormon with a twist. Shining a flashlight behind the page shows a hidden image that helps answers a question about the prophet or experience.
“THE PRINCESS IN BLACK AND THE MYSTERIOUS PLAYDATE,” by Shannon and Dean Hale, illustrated by LeUyen Pham, Candlewick Books, $14.99, 96 pages (ages 5-8)Princess Magnolia (aka the monster-fighting Princess in Black) has a play date with Princess Sneezewort planned in “The Princess in Black and the Mysterious Playdate,” the fifth book in the series by local authors Shannon and Dean Hale.Princess in Black left the Goat Avenger (who looks suspiciously like Duff the goat boy) watching the hole to...
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