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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • See Willy See

    by Faith A. Colburn
    Caught in the run up to World War II, Connor considers enlisting, expecting he will go to Europe. Maybe he can protect his sister who's in Paris with the Foreign Service. But, it's hard to think about leaving home and family, for another years-long exile. Filled with flashbacks of his travels living off the land and letters to keep him tethered to his family, Connor's story spans two of America's most disruptive decades (The economic Depression of the 1930s and World War II of the 1940s) in whic... more
  • But I'm Too Little

    by Kimberly Spencer
    Need a little positivity and confidence that you can do anything you set your mind to? Meet Kai. She is your typical little girl, except she finds herself constantly faced with obstacles because of her size and age. With positive reinforcement and the help of those around her, she realizes that she can overcome any challenge. Kai is spreading the message that no matter your size or age, you can do anything you set your mind to.
  • B07XV41G2Z

    by Jonathan Harries
    Pursued by deadly assassins and helped by old friends back from the dead, the hapless Roger Storm finds himself once again thrust into the horrific world of trophy hunting and animal trafficking—but this time, he’s ready for the fight.
  • Rudy's Lost His Red Nose!: A Jolly Jangle Christmas Story

    by Marilyn Cook
    This one is a heart-warming Christmas Story full of vibrant illustrations and lots of snow. It is called 'Rudy's Lost His Red Nose!' and is about the Jolly Jangles who decide to join forces with their forest friends and help Rudy the reindeer to find his red nose. It is Christmas Eve and time is running out! The story teaches children the importance of friendship and working together as a team, it also introduces children into having faith that all things are possible. This copy is 'dysl... more
  • He Who Fights with Monsters

    by Marc Weitz
    Billionaire entrepreneur Joe Levy is sick of corrupt world leaders. They steal money, sell the environment to the highest bidder, and use their governments as vehicles for the rich to become richer at the expense of the poor and middle class. It’s a lesson Joe learned traveling the world. It’s a lesson hammered home when his wife is murdered. People and organizations are powerless against those who think they’re above the law. But if you are a billionaire like Joe Levy, you could start a new typ... more
  • Killing Harry Bones

    by Jonathan Harries
    In his first novel, Jonathan Harries flips the script and creates a world where the poachers are afraid of the animals—and then things really start to get weird. Someone is slaughtering big-game hunters in Africa. And the deaths are particularly gruesome. At the same time in Chicago, a disheveled and depressed Roger Storm, recently relieved of his duties as an ad exec, is also contemplating murder—that of his ex-boss, the despicable Harry Bones. Then in what seems like a bizarre coinci... more
  • Flying with Kindness

    by Eric Simmons
    Sibling rivalry, a cranky little boy, and a frustrated mother could be any parent’s typical day. “Flying With Kindness”, is a deeply moving story and travel adventure to the Grand Canyon. It’s a book about a boy name Basil and the normal sibling rivalry with his younger sister, Ava. Basil has a strong personality. In addition, kindness doesn’t seem to come natural for Basil. Basil’s parents are trying to teach him the importance of kindness. He thinks kindness is too much work. By chance, Bas... more
  • The Language of Equals

    by David Ackley
    Just as rice is unable to grow in the British Isles, Srinivasa Ramanujan struggled to survive in Cambridge; the mathematical genius may have eventually gained the recognition he desired but, removed from his Hindu religion, tradition, and culture, he suffered in his personal life. A devout Brahmin from rural Tamil Nadu, India, Ramanujan traveled to the cold, industrial, Christian modernity of England a few months prior to the outbreak of World War I. Once in Cambridge, Ramanujan was befriende... more
  • To Live Another Day

    by J.R. Rogers
    A powerful period flavor embellishes this intriguing novel replete with the shocking depravity rampant in the insular Portuguese enclave of Lourenço Marques, the neutral colonial capital of Portuguese Mozambique, during the early years of World War Two. It is June 1940 when, ahead of the Germans marching into Paris, Rudolf and Aleece Bamberger, a young German-French Jewish couple flee to Africa to wait out the war where they become embroiled in intrigue and espionage. Safe at last—or so it ... more
  • Noonday Flower

    by Carla C. Ohse
    A black girl born into an all-white village in 1930s Michigan—where old ideas and prejudices linger—discovers her true self. Named for her birth at noon on a sunny day in the early 1930s, Noonday Flower is destined to lead a remarkable life. As an African American girl raised in the all-white village of Walhalla, Michigan, Noonday finds the odds stacked against her from the beginning, just as they were for her mother. When teacher Maggie Dunn recognizes Noonday’s potential, she tries to enroll... more
  • Lucky

    by V. R. Street
    Winning the lottery should solve all her problems… That's what Kat Davidson thinks but unfortunately she still has to contend with Michael, her husband, who may be cheating on her. There's also the problem of Maria, an ambitious reality TV producer, who is shooting a show about how Kat's life has changed, now that she's won over $200 million. Winning the lottery flings Kat into a life of luxurious Manhattan mansions, extravagant sports cars and fabulous clothes. Kat was lucky to wi... more
  • Once Upon and Ever After

    by Caroline L Thornton
    Once Upon and Ever After is a different kind of fairytale. Told entirely from the prince’s point of view it charts the journey he takes from his early days of training to his final quest to rescue a princess. Unfortunately things don’t go to plan when he finds that the princess has already rescued herself and the next one he tries to save has done the same! At first the prince is confused and annoyed. But then he starts to look at things from their point of view and begins to understand ... more
  • Four Calling Burds

    by Vincent Meis
    The four Burd siblings head to Mexico to heal and regroup after the death of their mother. Midlife crises are revealed. At the age of forty-seven, M wonders if she is too old to transition to the man she has been hiding inside her. Augie has a perfect gay family with a loving husband and an adorable but troubled, bi-racial son. And yet, something is missing. The charismatic Lio has squandered his marriage and relationship with his daughter in favor of a hedonistic lifestyle. The youngest sibling... more
  • Mimi and the Brave Magic

    by Marta Dahlig

    One two three, one two three, make Brave Magic just for me!

    Mimi loves taking walks with Granny. That is until she meets someone and has to say hello... Then she just covers herself with her ears and POOF! She disappears! But Mimi’s trick doesn’t work today and EVERYONE in Tumilu Valley seems determined to greet her...

    Luckily, Nana knows just the right kind of magic!

  • Tutu and the Worst Day Ever

    by Marta Dahlig

    A deliciously illustrated playful story about dealing with anger and surviving the days that seem to go wrong from the very beginning!

    It’s a TERRIBLE morning for Tutu.

    Mom wakes him too early. Then he spills porridge all over his favorite shirt. Now he’s sitting at the playground angry, hungry and all alone... Tutu just knows this day will be awful, icky and terrible. Simply the WORST DAY EVER…

    But what if he’s wrong? Can a few sticks, two old butto... more