It was a productive summer, and my pace of writing official release posts for books has fallen behind volunteers’ pace of production. To catch up in one fell swoop, the following are now available on Project Gutenberg:
Rays of Living Light by Elder Charles W. Penrose is a collection of twelve pamphlets on basic doctrines of the gospel.
The Strength of the “Mormon” Position by Elder Orson F. Whitney is a 48-page pamphlet published by the missions of the Church in 1917.
Lydia Knight’s History by Susa Young Gates has a pretty self-explanatory title.
Gems for the Young Folks, the fourth book of the Faith-Promoting Series, is an anthology of missionary anecdotes and similar material.
Early Scenes in Church History, the eighth book of the Faith-Promoting Series, is a similar anthology.
I’d give more detail, but frankly I haven’t been able to read any of these yet. (Hazards of the pace we hit this summer.) Maybe in the future. Anyways, happy reading!