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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Flutterby, the Fantabulous Butterfly

    by Rebecca Marriott Stout

    "Flutterby" is a delightful conversation between a boy and a butterfly about the life cycle of butterflies.  Mispronunciations and misconceptions are corrected in a humorous manner in which listeners and readers are encouraged to interact with the text.  Science ocabulary and concepts are subtly taught.  Themes of self-acceptance, friendship, kindness, the wonder of creation, and acceptance of others' mistakes shine through.  "Flutterby" is perfect ... more

  • Freedom Sex and a Meat Cleaver

    by Sherman Miles
    FREEDOM SEX AND A MEAT CLEAVER is a young man’s quest for personal freedom and self-discovery. It’s the riveting stories of Pierce Colter, a naïve American, seeking adventures in Southeast Asia during the tumultuous period from 1973 to 1978. Inspired by actual events, his adventures extend beyond Thailand to the neighboring country of Laos during the CIA’s secret war with the communist Pathet Lao. From border towns of Cambodia during Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge takeover of Phnom Penh to hidden Chinese... more
  • Hearing Kaydance

    by Tierra Montgomery
    Hannah Zoruku has been hearing voices all her life, yet it was not until college that something was done about how she was hearing voices. This story details how she manages with the voices with the help of her family's support.
  • Big Bear fair

    by Grandma Krazy
    This is a book to make both children and adults smile as they read it. The story has fun with words by using rhyme and homophones like bare and bear and pair and pear. Mom is busy on her computer while her son is seeing some amazing things out his window. He tells mom what he sees but mom is so busy she is not really hearing him. He sees bears in pairs and bears that should share their pears. There is a bare bear and a debonair bear. There is even a rare bear playing solitaire. Eventu... more
  • What's the matter with Maria?: A tale of love and return

    by Mona Kristensen

    In this timeless tale told in a childlike and tender tone, we meet little sensitive and spirited Maria. Join the jittery and daydreaming, yet resourceful heroine as she deals with soul-loss, anxiety, bullying and discovers what it takes to break limiting familial patterns. A sentimental story with a heartfelt message of the value in expressing emotions, listen to your intuition and honor yourself!

  • Momentary Haze

    by Bill Bice
    Anyone who grew up during the time when the tumultuous 1960's gave way to the cynical 70's will relate to this strange and wonderful saga. The two central characters are polar opposites in almost every conceivable way but are nonetheless bound together by forces both marvelous and terrible. This is a story of coming of age, of life and death, written on the landscape of an America where everything was brighter, louder, uglier and more beautiful than ever before or since. In Bill Bice's first Nov... more
  • Homicide and Vine

    by Mindy Glazer
    Zero Zip Productions was “The Home of Killer Comedy,” with multiple top-ten sitcoms that season. It was also home to the 67th worst show on television, “Something Fishy,” known to most of the industry as “Something Stinks,” where it's even money whether the cast and crew will survive. Literally. But Hollywood loves an underdog, so enter the new kid, who arrives with a maxed out Visa and dreams of glory, who never considered that 'next day on your dressing room they've hung a star' might mean wit... more
  • Girl with a Future

    by Parker Ames
    Girl with a Future follows Angie Cohen as she confronts one obstacle after another in the exploration of different phases of her life. Faced with failed relationships, questionable decision-making, sexual exploits, and indecision, Angie attempts to come to terms with her unknown direction.
  • THE ALL-AMERICAN: AMERICA'S FAVORITE GAME...AND ITS MOST DEADLY (A Carter Holman Legal Thriller Book 1)

    by Ian Patterson
    Clay Bennett is a Killer but is he Guilty of Murder? Clay Bennett is an All-American high school quarterback, top college prospect, and heir to a financial fortune and political dynasty. Predicted by many to be the next Tom Brady and expected to one day run for high office, Clay is every parent’s dream child, every teacher’s ideal student, every high school football coach’s ticket to the NCAA. Yet on the night of August twenty-seven, Clay Bennett kills his high school sweetheart Amie Heywood ... more
  • kracek

    by Vito Tomasino
    Viktor Kracek is a fighter pilot whose combat skills and courage earn him the respect of his colleagues and recognition of his superiors. For two most incredible missions of the war he is awarded the Air Force Cross and ordered back to Washington, to have his medals personally presented to him by the President before a Joint Session of Congress. Johnson needs a hero to help tip the balance of votes in favor of his appropriations bill, but gets more than he bargained for. In a compelli... more
  • Kracek

    by Vito Tomasino
    Viktor Kracek is a fighter pilot whose combat skills and courage earn him the respect of his colleagues and recognition of his superiors. For two of the most incredible missions of the war he is awarded the Air Force Cross and ordered back to Washington, to have his medals personally presented to him by the President before a Joint Session of Congress. Johnson needs a hero to help tip the balance of votes in favor of his appropriations bill, but gets more than he bargained for. I... more
  • Wanderer

    by F. T. Burke
    During the crazy latter days of the Vietnam War, many young travelers wandered about doing drugs, having sex, sleeping out, and back-packing through Europe, North Africa and Asia. As a young man coming of age, just out of college, with no clear future, the bushy-red-haired "Woodstock" joins these revelers to wander the world, searching for his soul. During his year-long journey, his spontaneous, free-wheeling adventures of raucous, hilarious incidents all weigh heavy against the need to come ho... more
  • Hansgrohe Singapore

    by BATHROOM WAREHOUSE
    Bathroom Warehouse welcomes you to our store where you will find a massive collection of Hansgrohe Singapore and many other bathroom and kitchen accessories. By visiting our store you will get many options to choose from. The staff of our company will help you to choose the one that will go well with the decoration and space of your room.
  • Different and the Same

    by Adijah and Atiya Brabham
    In this vivid picture book, twin sisters Nia and Nori explore their individuality and celebrate their sameness. They invite readers into their lives, demonstrating how they enjoy doing things alone and together through activities that help children develop self-awareness.
  • Little Moss, Big Tree

    by M. Yap-Stewart
    Little Moss and Little Tree are the best of friends. They do everything together. One day, Little Tree grows into Big Tree. Can the two remain friends? And what will they do when a winter storm comes their way? Little Moss, Big Tree is a celebration of the friendships that leave lasting impressions, the moments in life that cause us to pause and reflect, and the enduring magic of the natural world.
  • Gardenia Duty

    by Kathleen Varn

    In 1957 jobs are scarce in rural Ashland, Alabama. Bobby Higgins is facing life decisions; his family’s farm struggles and threat of the draft hangs over 18-year-old males as the Cold War rumbles in the distance. Bobby heads off to boot camp, vowing to provide for his family from his pay. Between shore and sea duty, Bobby leaves broken hearts in every port.

    When his own heart is stolen by Rose, he’s shocked to learn that she comes with four daughters, a package deal he&rsquo... more

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