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Brother Paul's Mormon Bathroon Reader

4.03  ·  Rating Details  ·  31 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
With hundreds of unique entries for readers of all ages, Brother Paul's Mormon Bathroom Reader promises enjoyable entertainment for hours on end. Within its pages readers are sure to be inspired, educated, surprised and enlightened with such tempting tidbits as:
- What ever happened to the original cast of Johnny Lingo?
- The brethren said What?
- Who are the notorious Mormo
...more
Paperback, 266 pages
Published November 1st 2005 by Bonneville Books
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Aimee
Sep 22, 2015 Aimee rated it liked it
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I'm a big fan of bathroom readers. This one was full of interesting LDS-related trivia, history, and stories. Occasionally sexist, but mostly just fun.
Emily
Feb 05, 2011 Emily rated it it was amazing
As the title implies, this has been sitting as part of my bathroom library for a few years now! It is hilarious, inspiring, informative...and you can read one section at a 'sitting'! (No pun intended, really.) One to two page anecdotes that include totally random information of things you never knew! Did you know the oldest Mormon woman to skydive was 80 years old? Want to know about some renegade or famous Mormons and what they did? My favorite had to be the section on food storage! I laughed u ...more
Roberta
Jul 21, 2010 Roberta rated it it was amazing
This was our car read. My husband drove, I read. The nice thing about it was that we could just pick it up months after reading it and still enjoy it, because each story had nothing to do with the other. This book was so interesting to read!
Gary Braham
Mar 06, 2013 Gary Braham rated it really liked it
This book was a good mix of trivia, interesting stories, and fun facts about the Church and Mormon culture. Perfect for reading a couple of minutes at a time.
Kara
Jun 17, 2009 Kara rated it really liked it
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This book was a fun read! It had a lot of little known facts in it and other little stories. Henry actually finished reading the book before I did!!!
Marlyne
Apr 28, 2009 Marlyne is currently reading it
Lots of fun stories and tidbits for fast reading. I will read this when I only have few minutes to read or while waiting for an appointment.
DeeAnn
Aug 14, 2008 DeeAnn rated it really liked it
Lots of really cool info that is rounded up into one place. I loved it.
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