Moroni Books & Gifts is an Independent LDS Retailer and member of the LDS Booksellers Association (LDSBA) and an authorized Deseret Book retailer since 1985. We specialize in products that inspire and enrich families, including books, art, music, jewelry, gifts, preparedness items including food storage, and more.
Our Mission is help you make your home a sacred place with art, music, and books that invite the Spirit and nurture your families.
It is our goal and commitment to offer you:
1) high quality products,
2) friendly customer service,
3) low prices, and
4) a large variety of products.
We carry a wide variety of products from LDS doctrinal books to young adult fiction to books for kids, from CTR rings to heroes posters, from framed art to various size prints, home decor, and gifts for everything in between.
We distribute products from vendors such as Brigham Distributing, Candlelight Media, Cedar Fort, Chad Hawkins Art, Covenant Communications, Deseret Book, Foundation Arts, Green Jacket Books, One Moment in Time, Pillow Tie, Plain & Precious Publishing, R Legacy Entertainment, Real Hero Posters, Ringmasters, Scripture Stickers, Sounds of Zion, Treasured Souls to Keep, and many others.
audio CD rental
buy and sell used books
videos, and audio CDs
special orders at no extra charge
Moroni Books & Gifts also offers a monthly email newsletter with interesting articles, downloads, bargains and more.
You can also sign up to receive our weekly updates, or our Daily Devotional e-mail by Updating your profile with the link at the bottom of every e-mail
Let’s Be Friends:
Moroni Books & Gifts has a growing online community on Facebook. You can find us at Moroni Books – Come join the fun!
We’d love to hear your comments about a book you read or a song that touched your heart.
Or begin a discussion with other Friends on our page.
To all of you, from all of us at Moroni Books & Gifts – Thank you and Happy eCommerce!
Moroni Books & Gifts
Angela Johnson “I love Moroni Books. I love it so much, I went there twice yesterday. You should love it, too.” April 9, 2009