About the Book
You know Latter-day Saints don’t have horns, but do you know how that rumor got started?
Do you know which country’s population has the highest percentage of Latter-day Saints? And did you know that President Monson didn’t like pizza? No matter how well you know your religion, you’re bound to find some surprising trivia about Latter-day Saints in this fun collection of fascinating facts!
About the Author
Rebekah Pitts has lived on three continents but in only two countries. She finds her greatest joy from raising her 6 children on motherly love, large words, and random tidbits of information. Rebekah grew up studying the encyclopedia, dictionary, and, her personal favorite, the Book of Mormon pronunciation guide. Currently residing in Utah, she can drive to any one of 10 different temples in 1 hour or less. She is an award winning lyricist and the author of 250 Fascinating Facts about LDS Temples and 250 Fascinating Facts about Latter-day Saints (publication March, 2019).
This is such a great book with so many fun and interesting facts about a variety of people and subjects from the Latter-day Saints. Some of these facts are more well-known and others not so much. But all these facts are fascinating and interesting. Although more of a resource for children or teens, this book is a great resource for those that don’t already know a lot about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Genre: Christianity, LDS, reference, trivia, nonfiction
Publisher: Cedar Fort
Publication date: February 1, 2019
Number of pages: 128
A review copy of this book was provided by the publisher via Valerie’s Review Crew. A review was not required and all views and opinions expressed are my own.
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