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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Avalanche

    by M. Liz Boyle
    When fifteen-year-old Marlee Stanley joins her two sisters and the sons of their family friends on a secretive hike in the middle of the night, she is thrilled and nervous. Battling her conscience, she prays that the hike will go flawlessly and that they will return to the safety of their campsite before their parents wake. The start of the hike is beautiful and wonderfully memorable. In a white flash so fast that Marlee can barely comprehend what has happened, an avalanche crashes into their pa... more
  • The Wish Carvers

    by Kathleen Gauer

    When two sibling elves, Fay and Eddie, come across an old carving knife with the words "what's carved with me will come to be" on the handle, they decide to carve and paint a pot of gold, a large stone cottage and finally a fairytale castle.  But with each wish granted comes more and more complications.

    Can they find a way to return to their peaceful life?  Find out in this charmingly illustrated whimsical tale that will delight young and old alike!

  • Needs Work

    by John L. Sheppard
    Once upon a time in Cleveland... Phil Derleth, a former Army "combat cartoonist," comes home to Cleveland, Ohio after a messy divorce. Phil is brain-damaged from a war wound and there are holes in his memory. His father Larry, a stone mason living on disability, takes him in. Soon enough, Phil finds himself embroiled in all sorts of trouble, including dodging the Ohio Department of Transportation, blood-stealing tramps, the ghost of his dead mother and stray dogs who are more than they appear to... more
  • To Crown A King

    by Raedene Jeannette Melin
    Scotland 1295. The kingdom is on the verge of rebellion. Born into the influential Bruce family, Christina Bruce is expected to obey her father and side with England. But when a chance meeting with an outlaw named William Wallace brings her into the conflict, she risks everything to get what she wants most – freedom.
  • All My Silent Years

    by Rosemary Rawlins
    All My Silent Years is the story of a young girl dragged across the jagged edge of history who must learn to forgive herself for the law she broke to stay alive. Born on a farm in Battambang, Cambodia in 1964, Sokha Sang enjoys the peace and tranquility of a childhood spent in nature and guided by the rhythm of her family’s Buddhist faith. At eleven years old, her family protects her from the civil war broiling around her until she’s marched away at gunpoint and forced into labor by the Khme... more
  • Conall IV: A Brace of Eagles: Snaidhm Iolar

    by David H. Millar
    “Butter-gold and cruelly hooked, the beak ripped a ragged gash across the newborn’s throat.” Son of a blacksmith, Conall Mac Gabhann’s only desire was to follow in his father’s footsteps and enjoy a long life with his childhood love, Mórrígan. The slaughter of their parents dashed those dreams. Fuelled by vengeance, both embark on the dark path of retribution. From the ancient forest, two great eagles take wing. With amber-gold eyes, Fate and the Goddess watch, ready to guide and meddle in h... more
  • 9780991664047 

    by David H. Millar
    It is 406 B.C. The Gaels tramp through the vast forests of lowland Scotland, cross the brooding moors and marshes of the Pennines, and plough the grain fields of the South. The majestic stone brochs and dùns of the north give way to the great hillforts of the south. Cloaked in a rich tapestry of tattoos or wearing armour inlaid with iron scales, the Gaels stand as one, taunting their enemies with fierce battle-cries and insults. In Conall III: The Sisters—the third book of the Conall series—th... more
  • Conall II: The Raven's Flight - Eitilt an Fhiaigh Dhuibh

    by David H. Millar
    Conall II: The Raven’s Flight continues to chronicle the epic journey of the warriors from Ériu (Ireland). Conall Mac Gabhann and his brooding queen, Mórrígan, lead over two thousand warriors together with their followers across the narrow sea that separates Ériu from Albu (Britain). Their quest: the capture of Cassius Fabius Scaeva, the dissolute Roman patrician held responsible for the slaughter of their families. The Ériu encounter human, natural, and supernatural foes and friends. At the m... more
  • Conall: The Place of Blood - Rinn-Iru

    by David H. Millar
    Over four hundred years before the birth of Christ, the island of Ériu is a patchwork of feuding kingdoms, wide plains, and impassable bogs. Battle, intrigue, betrayals, and courage are part of life for the Celts who call Ériu home, while from their underground halls the mysterious Aes Sidhe seduce brave warriors, turning men in to kings and binding them with fearsome geis. Conall Mac Gabhann is content with his apprenticeship to the local blacksmith. Content, that is, until his family is slaug... more
  • The Adventures of Leonardo the Drone: Book 1: Photos from the Sky

    by John A. Purdy
    Leah loves to take photos, but the views of her neighborhood are frustrating. Until... Leonardo the Drone comes into her life! Despite some anxious moments, Leah learns to be a good drone pilot. Together she and Leonardo see the world from a whole new angle, taking amazing photos and videos from the sky. She can't wait for the next photo contest!
  • Doomy Prepper's Complete Guide: How to Survive Fifth Grade and the Apocalypse

    by Amie Borst
    The Prepper family is prepared for the end of the world. Or, at the very least, the end of toilet paper. Doomy Prepper knows the rules. Never trade sandwiches with Mikey Fuller. He always has tuna fish. Don’t stare at Mrs. Nebula’s mole. You’ll turn into stone. And never, ever talk about the lights. When 11-year-old Doomy notices the mysterious lights above his town have changed color, he makes the mistake of telling his best friend, Peter. Now four other kids want to tag along and solve ... more
  • What Color Is Your Day? (The Color, Feel, Play Series)

    by Camryn Wells
    Understanding emotions is a tricky business, and not just for kids! What Color is Your Day? artistically pairs expressive poetry and vibrant illustrations to explore a relationship between colors and emotions. More importantly, it supports the lines of communication between children and adults. This well-loved book will be a resource for children to identify and cope with the complexity of emotions, and for the adults in their lives to more easily connect with them.
  • Todd

    by Cynthia Ulmer
  • The Impaler's Wife

    by Autumn Bardot
    A young woman is swept into a life of intrigue, revenge, passion, and betrayal when she falls for the world’s most notorious prince, Vlad Dracula. The year is 1464. King Matthias controls Hungary, his family, and the fate of the world’s most notorious political prisoner, Prince Vlad Dracula. Ilona Szilágy, the king’s cousin, is young and ambitious. Dracula is determined to marry into the family. It is love at first sight, but the king has other plans. The Impaler Prince, however, never ... more
  • Dragon Lady

    by Autumn Bardot
    The triumph of the notorious Zheng Yi Sao is the fierce and unflinching adventure of how a prostitute became the most powerful and successful pirate in the world. Xianggu is sold into slavery to work on a floating brothel, her virginity bought by the highest bidder. Determined to rise above her poverty and lowly status, she learns the business from the madam. But a violent midnight pirate raid destroys her ambitions. Kidnapped by the powerful pirate boss, Xianggu embarks on a journey that d... more
  • The Emperor's Assassin

    by Autumn Bardot
    History claims she is the first female serial killer. Locusta is the daughter of a winemaker in the Roman province of Gaul. She enjoys the indulged childhood of the elite, her concerns only about the day’s amusements. She rides gentle ponies, attends parties, reads Ovid, and learns the herbal arts from her servant. But the day after meeting her betrothed, Locusta discovers the consequences of possessing such dangerous knowledge. Ordered to leave her pastoral life, Locusta is thrust into a... more

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