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Boys Who Became Prophets
Linda Cory Hardy
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Boys Who Became Prophets

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"Boys Who Became Prophets" is filled with little-known, but absorbing accounts of the childhood days of the presidents of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Contains brief biographies of 12 prophers, from Joseph Smith and Brigham Young to Harold Lee and Spencer Kimball. Teachers and parents will find this book helpful, and children will delight in reading the ...more
Hardcover, 72 pages
Published May 15th 1982 by Shadow Mountain (first published 1982)
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Ryan Whitehurst
Feb 28, 2013 Ryan Whitehurst rated it it was amazing
Probably one of my favorite books I read as a kid. Great stories of latter-day prophets as children. I should find a copy of this for my kids.
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