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250 Fascinating Facts about Latter-Day Saints

4.25  ·  Rating details ·  8 ratings  ·  6 reviews
You know Latter-day Saints don't have horns--but do you know how that rumor got started? How about 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 fasci ...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published February 12th 2019 by Cfi
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Oct 30, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I haven’t read a book like this one since I was a teenager! It was a lot of fun to read through all of these facts.

There are tons of different facts. Things about prophets, apostles, temples, pretty much everything. And I’m just going to tell you, I had no idea where the myth about the horns came from. It was fun to find that one in this book.
I love that you can read just a bit at a time if you want. But reading the whole thing doesn't take very long either.

This is a fun book for anyone to read.
Oct 18, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: angie, lds, nonfiction
Though designed for children, this book is just as interesting to read for adults. I liked that the author had a wide variety of facts, including biographical, historical, statistical, myths, records, and more. I especially appreciated the worldwide nature of the facts. Some of the most interesting, to me, were those from countries across the globe. While I did know some of these facts, many of them were new to me. And while I did know some of the people or events, I didn't realize that they wer ...more
Nov 12, 2019 rated it really liked it
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
Apr 03, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: church-book
What a fun book! I bought the book for myself but was only able to read snippets here and there when my 10-year-old let me. She loves it! As with most nonfiction books, this one is great even for reluctant readers because of its relatable, bite-sized chunks of information. I enjoyed the busted myths (do people really think we don't use calculators?), inventions created by Latter-day Saint members, and various cultural facts of members around the world. The format is fabulous and inviting, with l ...more
Maria Thomas
This book is for the person who loves random trivia. Some of it I was already aware of but much of it was new to me. On some of the facts I would like more info. It would be interesting to have citations in order to research more. It doesn't take long to read through the book but I'm sure many hours were spent in researching these things. The pages are visually interesting and would grab the interest of younger people too. ...more
May 13, 2019 rated it liked it
Shelves: lds
A quick, fun read. I knew some of these things, but was quite surprised by others. My favorite fact was Elder Holland and Elder Cook having been mission companions--how cool!
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