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Posted 05 Dec 2001   For week ended November 23, 2001
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Weyland's 'Charly' on Film in March
What may have been the first popular LDS youth novel will appear on screens in Utah and Eastern Idaho starting in March. "Charly," the 1980 love story by BYU-Idaho physics professor Jack Weyland, has sold mor ethan 250,000 copies since its publication. It has also been both beloved by many and dismissed by critics of popular Mormon culture.

Father and Son in Joint Book Signings
Award-winning author Orson Scott Card and his son Geoffrey not only share remarkably similar faces, they share a passion for writing. Both Cards will be in Utah this month to sign copies of their lates books. Orson Scott Card will sign his latest novel, Rebecca. Geoffrey Card will be signing copies of his first published work, God's Army, a novelization of the breakthrough independent film.

Young LDS Film Festival to Begin November 29th
Get ready for the First Young LDS Film Festival! With over 70 entries, the film festival goes into its first promising year. Filmmakers from the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia submitted their work, with most entries coming from either Utah or California.

An Heirloom Book of Mormon From Deseret Book
In celebration of our 135th anniversary, Deseret Book proudly presents an heirloom version of The Book of Mormon, being offered in Deseret Book stores nationwide for $79.95, regularly $99.95. Featuring paintings by Minerva Kohlhepp Teichert, this beautiful book includes pages for listing of family group records; places to record dates of births and blessings of children and grandchildren, baptisms, ordinations, marriages, and deaths. it also includes a brief analysis of and a story on the origin of the Book of Mormon

Before the Restoration -- There Was The Revolution
The summer of 1777 was a difficult one for General George Washington and his poorly equiped and undisciplined Continental Army. With a force just half the size of the British Army, Washington could not survive a head-on battle with General Howe's readcoats. He could only hover, waiting to pick a favorable time and place.

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