This week’s green book is a book of stories that the Mormons of New York City have been collecting for over 30 years.
For decades, members of the church have collected stories of their ancestors.
It started with stories from their families.
The church even set up a bookshop in their name.
But in the 1980s and 1990s, they also started collecting stories from people in the local area, and that led to a massive explosion in the number of stories.
For the past decade, the church has been collecting stories, including tales of the Book of Mormon, from people around the world.
The stories are all being put up on the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ website and the church is inviting people to submit stories for inclusion in the collection.
There’s no specific title for the stories, but a few are available online.
One of the stories is from a man named Frank.
Frank was born in New York in 1914.
He lived in a big house in Queens.
He and his brother lived with their parents in a very small town called Newburyport.
Frank was a really big boy and he was so excited about his new life.
His brother had a very big house and he lived in the big house.
The other stories come from the family’s hometown of Newbury.
One story comes from a girl who lived in New England.
The girl lived in an old house in a small town in Maine.
The story is about her grandmother and her family.
The story from New England is a story about a family from Vermont.
Another story comes to us from a small village in New Hampshire.
This story is a family story.
Another one is a children’s story about an American family.
The book is about a young girl.