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Moon’s Rare Books is a collection of rare and antique Bibles, early Mormon books and documents, LDS scripture, classic literature, and early American and European historical documents. We specialize in early Mormon books, carrying several copies of the First Edition Book of Mormon and First Edition Doctrine and Covenants, as well as other documents which have contributed to Mormon and Utah history.

In addition to rare books and documents you can also find: Original art from Utah artists, unique collectibles such as movie props or historical artifacts, and antique furniture which include many early pioneer Utah antiques. While we include items online, most of our collection is available in our brick and mortar location in Provo, UT. We encourage visitors to contact us with any questions they might have..

Most often collectors have their treasured items placed in an environment where only they can be a part of it. Reid Moon and Moon’s Rare Books invite you to come walk the streets of our beautiful English village whether online or in person. We hope to see you soon.

Events


Beginning this fall we will again host a lecture that the public is invited to attend, for free. Sign up for our emails to receive updates on events. From the email or online you are able to reserve seats to any event. During these wonderful events we exhibit rare collections and individual items, providing information on their unique history, where they’ve been for the past 150-200 years, and how these historical artifacts ended up in Provo, Utah. If you are not local to Utah, or you are unable to make it to our event, we stream events live through Facebook.

We love having so many come to see the bookstore in person.  It is a museum like experience while here and our employees will be happy to point out some of our unique items and tell you the stories behind them, so plan on taking a little time while here.. There is something of interest for just about everyone.

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New Acquisitions


  • New Acquisitions
    First Edition 2nd printing

    The Secret Garden


    First Edition 1912  2nd Printing By Frances Hodgson Burnett printed in London

    “If you look the right way, you can see that the whole world is a garden.” says Mary Lenox who is orphaned when her[…]

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    First Edition • 1952

    East of Eden


    A favorite from Nobel Prize Winner John Steinbeck’s story of two American families creating their own Garden of Eden and the highs and lows of family life. Their stories intertwined with the saga of Cain and Abel, which for Steinbeck[…]

  • New Acquisitions

    Hamlet Miniature by William Shakespeare


    “To Be or Not To Be” in Moon’s Rare Books perusing all that we have of the “Bard” is a dream come true. Come in and see our large and “small” collection of William Shakespeare books. This small book, called[…]

  • Tennyson's Poetical Works
    • 1900

    Tennyson’s Poetical Works


    Circa 1900  Printed in Edinburgh White leather binding with green cloth cover[…]

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Book of Mormon


First Edition Book Of Mormon For Sale

As of April 1, 2020, we have 2 copies for sale. Please call or email to book an appointment to see the books.

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Reid Moon In The News


July, 2018

Local collectors share historical American artifacts in 4th of July event


OREM (News4Utah) – Take a trip back in time to see George Washington’s wallet or a letter from Abraham Lincoln. It’s part of the Founding Fathers and Founding Mothers exhibit at the SCERA Center in Orem.

The exhibit consists of authentic documents, photos, and artifacts belonging to local collectors Brent Ashworth and Reid Moon.

“We thought[…]

Good4Utah
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May, 2018

Find Magic at Moon’s Rare Books


Though most libraries and bookshops don’t encourage the suspension of disbelief in quite the same way as the magical libraries Disney creates, Moon’s Rare Books in Provo is full of a magic all its own.[…]

Daily Utah Chronicle
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