LDSF 2 – Latter-day Science Fiction – edited by Benjamin Urrutia

Title: LDSF 2 – Latter-day Science Fiction
Series: LDSF
Number in Series: 2 (two)
Author(s): Michael R. Collings, Avram Davidson, Philip José Farmer, Cynthia Goldstone, Merle H. Graffam, Yusuf Haddad, Christophilos Hagios, Rudyard Kipling, Addie Lacoe, Erudil Menashy, Wayne Mykals, Peter C. Nadig, Hugh W. Nibley, William W. Phelps, Parley P. Pratt, D. William Shunn, Scott S. Smith, Robert Louis Stevenson, Sandy Straubhaar, John A. Tvedtnes, Benjamin Urrutia, Jack Weyland, author unknown
Editor(s): Benjamin Urrutia
Cover Artist: n/a
Language: English
Publisher: Parables
Published: 1985
ISBN-10: 0961496010
ISBN-13: 9780961496015
Notes: ISBN on the back cover and on the copyright page is”09611496002″, which is invalid as it’s one digit too long. The correct ISBN is listed above.
   “Introduction: Science Fiction and the Gospel” by Hugh W. Nibley
   “Pebble in Time” by Avram Davidson and Cynthia Goldstone
   “Something in It” by Robert Louis Stevenson
   “Joseph Smith’s Dialogue With the Devil” by Parley P. Pratt
   “A Glimpse of the Millennium” by unknown
   “Haun-ting” by Addie Lacoe
   “The Grave of the King” by Yusuf Haddad
   “The Interrogation” by unknown
   “Stowaway” by Merle H. Graffam
   “Toward the Beloved City” by Philip José Farmer
   “Millennial End” by Addie Lacoe
   “Parables of the World: The Talents; The Two Sons; Pearls Before Swine; The King, the Princess and the Books” by Erudil Menashy
   “Heinlein and the Latter-day Saints” by Benjamin Urrutia
   “The Light of Eden” by Benjamin Urrutia
   “Ad Astra Per Fidem” (poem) by Michael R. Collings
   “If You Could Hie to Kolob” (poem) by William W. Phelps
   “More Extraterrestials: Review of ‘Strategie der Gotter, Das Acte Weltwunder’ by Erich von Daniken” by Peter C. Nadig
   “The Children of Michael” by Scott S. Smith
   “Religous Themes in American Science Fiction” by John A. Tvedtnes
   “The Theology of Battlestar Galactica” by John A. Tvedtnes
   “Reviews: The Force That Can Be Explained is Not the True Force; The Dark Side of the Force; He Who Dies But Does Not Perish, The Same Has Everlasting Life” by Benjamin Urrutia
   “The Management Switches Over to Plan B” by Sandy Straubhaar
   “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” by Jack Weyland
   “Cut Without Hands” by William Shunn
   “The Late Twentieth Century” by Christophilos Hagios
   “The Conversion of Aurelian McGoggin” by Rudyard Kipling
   “A Midsummer Morning’s Nightmare” by Wayne Mykals

The Golden Book of Poetry – edited by Jane Werner

Title: The Golden Book of Poetry
Series: Golden Book
Editor(s): Jane Werner
Cover Artist: Gertrude Elliott
Interior Artist(s): Gertrude Elliott
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Published: 1947
   “The Animal Store” by Rachel Field
   “The Baby Goes to Boston” by Laura E. Richards
   “The Bear Hunt” by Margaret Widener
   “The Best Games the Fairies Play” by Rose Fyleman
   “Billy Goats Chew” by Richard W. Emery
   “Boredom” by Mildred Bowers Armstrong
   “A Bug” by Aileen Fisher
   “The Camel’s Complaint” by Charles E. Carryl
   “The Chickens” by anonymous
   “Choosing Shoes” by Ffrida Wolfe
   “Color” by Christina G. Rossetti
   “The Cow” by Robert Louis Stevenson
   “The Cupboard” by Walter de la Mare
   “Daisies” by Frank Dempster Sherman
   “Differences” by Rose Fyleman
   “The Duel” by Eugene Field
   “The Elf and the Dormouse” by Oliver Herford
   “Extremes” by James Whitcomb Riley
   “Firefly” by Elizabeth Madox Roberts
   “The First Day of Christmas” by anonymous
   “For Christmas” by Dorothy Aldis
   “The Frog” by Hilaire Belloc
   “From a Railway Carraige” by Robert Louis Stevenson
   “General Store” by Rachel Field
   “A Goblinade” by Florence Page Jaques
   “Grasshopper Green” by anonymous
   “Growing Up” by Marchette Gaylord Chute
   “Gypsies” by Rachel Field
   “The Ice Man” by Dorothy Aldis
   “If I Were a One-Legged Pirate” by Mildred Plew Meigs
   “I’m Glad” by anomnyous
   “Jill Came from the Fair” by Eleanor Farjeon
   “Jonathan Bing Dances for Spring” by Beatrice Curtis Brown
   “The Land of Counterpane” by Robert Louis Stevenson
   “The Little Bird” by anonymous
   “The Little Elf” by John Kendrick Bangs
   “The Little Land” by Robert Louis Stevenson
   “Little Orphant Annie” by James Whitcomb Riley
   “The Little Shepherdess to Her Lambs” by Rose Fyleman
   “The Little Turtle” by Vachel Lindsay
   “Little Wind” by Kate Greenaway
   “Mice” by Rose Fyleman
   “Miss T.” by Walter de la Mare
   “Mr. Nobody” by anonymous
   “Mr. Rabbit” by Dixie Willson
   “Moon Song” by Mildred Plew Meigs
   “Mouse” by Hilda Conkling
   “Mud” by Polly Chase Boyden
   “My Shadow” by Robert Louis Stevenson
   “The Naughty Boy” by John Keats
   “Otherwise” by Aileen Fisher
   “Over the Hills and Far Away” by anonymous
   “The Owl and the Pussycat” by Edward Lear
   “The People” by Elizabeth Madox Roberts
   “The Picnic” by Elizabeth Madox Roberts
   “Radiator Lions” by Dorothy Aldis
   “The Raggedy Man” by James Whitcomb RIley
   “The Road to Raffydiddle” by Mildred Plew Meigs
   “Sally and Manda” by Alice B. Campbell
   “The Sea Shell” by Amy Lowell
   “The Secret” by Marchette Gaylord Chute
   “Self-Control” by Polly Chase Boyden
   “Serious Omission” by John Farrar
   “Some One” by Walter de la Mare
   “Spring Signs” by Mildred Bowers Armstrong
   “The Sugar-Plum Tree” by Eugene Field
   “The Swing” by Robert Louis Stevenson
   “The Tale of Custard, the Dragon” by Ogden Nash
   “Taxis” by Rachel Field
   “Tea Party” by Aileen Fisher
   “There Once Was a Puffin” by Florence Page Jaques
   “The Three Jovial Huntsmen” by anonymous
   “Travel” by Robert Louis Stevenson
   “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star” by Jane Taylor
   “Very Nearly” by Queenie Scott-Hopper
   “The Walrus and the Carpenter” by Lewis Carroll
   “Water Noises” by Elizabeth Madox Armstrong
   “What the Toys Are Thinking” by Ffrida Wolke
   “What the Winds Bring” by Edmund Clarence Stedman
   “Where Go the Boats” by Robert Louis Stevenson
   “Who Has Seen the Wind” by Christina G. Rossetti
   “Who Likes the Rain?” by Clara Doty Bates
   “The Woodpecker” by Elizabeth Madox Roberts
   “Wynken, Blynken, and Nod” by Eugene Field

Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson

Title: Treasure Island
Author(s): Robert Louis Stevenson
Cover Artist: unknown
Language: English
Original Publisher: Cassell
Originally Published: November 1883
Publisher: Scholastic
Published: 2001
ISBN-10: 0590416170
ISBN-13: 9780590416177
Notes: Water stains on many pages