Book Corner

Looking for some great books to improve your homeschool, your relationships, or your life in general? In our Book Corner you can find books recommended or written by LDSHE conference speakers over the years. These books will put you in touch with some of the finest content out there for LDS home-educating families: parents, youth, and children.
Teaching from Rest: A Homeschooler's Guide to Unshakable Peace
Recommended by: Kami Harris
in her class "Creating Systems and Routines that Work."
2017, Utah State University
The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work
Recommended by: Mark & Bridgette Allen
in their class "Secrets of "Happily Ever After" in a Marriage of Imperfection"
2017, Williamsburg
The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business
Recommended by: Louisa Wells
in her class "Principles of Time Management"
2017, Williamsburg
Lifebalance
Recommended by: Louisa Wells
in her class "Principles of Time Management"
2017, Williamsburg
Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain
Recommended by: Rachel Spigarelli
in her class "Increment."
2017, Williamsburg
The Screwtape Letters
Recommended by: Jessica Croker
in her class "Unselfish Self-Care for Homeschool Moms."
2015, Williamsburg
The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts
Recommended by: Jessica Croker
in her class "Unselfish Self-Care for Homeschool Moms."
2015, Williamsburg
Toss the Guilt and Catch the Joy: A Woman's Guide to a Better Life
Recommended by: Merrilee Boyack
in her class "Eliminate the 3 C’s: Comparing, Conforming, and Competing."
2014, Virginia Beach
Start With Why
Recommended by: Joe Dyke
Recommended in his talk "How to Help Teens Conquer Math ACT/SAT"
2016, Utah State University
As A Man Thinketh
Recommended by: James Tippetts
Recommended in his talk "Hung by the Tongue"
2016, Utah State University
Growing Up: Gospel Answers About Maturation and Sex
Recommended by: Merrilie Rackham
in her class "The Birds and the Bees: Sex Education at Home."
2017, Utah State University
A Charlotte Mason Companion: Personal Reflections on The Gentle Art of Learning
Recommended by: Dana Wood
in her class "Homeschool Philosophies."
2017, Utah State University