FLDS Reading Primer, Alta Academy. "Sisters are Eternal Friends" talks about "sisters", but clearly refers to Sister-Wives, as "Father" is both the term children use to refer to their male parent, and the term women use for their husband. It is made clear in this text that "Father" will only allow women to do what he considers "proper". The first comprehension question is "Who is Master of a Home?" Full copy here…
Wives and Children of Merril Jessop. Merril has many "wives", most of whom were assigned to him after their original husband was kicked out by Warren. Father of 54 children (all by his original 6 wives), he also has dozens of stepchildren, most of whom aren't listed here.
Driving license of Warren Jeffs' 65th teen "bride", Gloria Anne Steed, "married" at age 14. The FLDS "Suspected List of Child Brides and Young Mothers" reveals that she bore her first child, Ruthie, at the age of only fifteen. Her second daughter, Patricia, was born later.
Early FLDS readers (available on eBay from Spellbinding Books Utah, http://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-Collection-of-39-FLDS-Childrens-Books-Illustrated-Polygamy-Warren-Jeffs-/401148357364). They show the FLDS mindset is taught to children from an early age: Father has two wives, the family revolves around Father, families are very large, and everyone is smiling (and so keeping sweet).