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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Bottom

    by Mike Jason

    Approaching the new millennium. Micah “Mike” Postell, a former basketball star with a troubled past and uncertain future, returned to Carver A&M, a Black college, after a two-year absence. He previously left the university and was forced to return home to take care of his ailing grandmother. After his grandmother’s health improved, Mike decided to make another attempt to get his life back on track and possibly play basketball again. Upon arriving on campus, he is looked upon... more

  • The Magical Christmas Tree

    by Laurence Haynes
    The story then moves to Ellie, a young girl who was in failing health from an unknown illness. The doctors seemed to be unable to help Ellie, as day by day her health continued to decline. Her brother, Aaron Anderson, wrote a letter to the local newspaper, the Castle Falls Gazette, simply asking for prayers and support of the townsfolk. This caught the attention of Everett – he knew exactly what to do. He delivered the magical Christmas tree to Ellie’s family; the rest of the story follows a m... more
  • The Nudes of Nymph Land

    by Franco Aversa
    William Bouguereau is renown today for his works of idealized beauty and technical virtuosity. Once one of the most popular artists of the 19th century, he became a victim of the Modern Art movement as it bulldozed its past, and the light that Bouguereau brought into the world was almost extinguished. What was the origin of that light, that mastery of beauty? How does a dreamer reconcile his adoration of the human body and his devout suspicion of the sins of the flesh? How does a romantic who... more
  • Princess Gabriella and the Never-Ending Kiss

    by Kali Kuzma
    “Happily ever after” is a journey... When Princess Gabriella hears her true prince calling to her from outside the castle walls, she sets off to find her happily ever after with a simple kiss. But when an unfortunate event leaves her unimpressed by the first prince she attempts to kiss, Princess Gabriella decides to travel the kingdom in search of other suitors. Mishap after comical mishap with each new prince leaves Princess Gabriella wondering if the never-ending quest for a kiss will... more
  • Skyehag

    by Albert Marsolais
  • Sule The Proverb Detective/The Case of the Tied-up Lion

    by Rene Rawls
    Sule - The Proverb Detective/The Case of the Tied-up Lion is the first book in the Sule’s Seek & Find Story Series where a 10-year-old African proverb detective named Sule helps kids solve their problems using proverbs. With his first case, Sule must stop Fara from cancelling the class party by teaching her the meaning of the proverb: When spider webs unite, they can tie up a lion.
  • Season of Hope

    by Brenda S. Anderson
    When a shocking revelation shatters her family and her faith, will truth prevail and mend what was broken? Life is good for Ronnie Coborn. She's newly married to a man who loves her and dotes on her daughter. A man handpicked by Ronnie's father, a popular pastor at a megachurch who's been married to her mother for forty years. Yes, life is good. Until a shocking revelation exposes the fact that everything in her idyllic life--her marriage, family, and faith--is based on a lie.
  • Year of the Sheep: A Novel of the Highland Clearances

    by James Y. Bartlett
    Scotland 1805 The landlord has decreed that the people of the straths and glens must leave their homes to make way for the coming of the blackface sheep and their herders. The people of the glens, who have lived peacefully there for almost a thousand years, do not want to go. That was the central conflict of the Highland Clearances, a sad period in Scottish history. James Y. Bartlett’s sweeping historical novel about the Clearances in Sutherland in Scotland’s Far North, focuses in on on... more
  • 409 Stainless Angle

    by Stainless Shapes
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  • Bedside Manners

    by Claude Delaverdac
    Dr. Jacques-Pierre Dubonnet, a respected physician, has lived a tumultuous life. Growing up as an immigrant and coming of age in the 60's casted shadows which would hang over his entire adult life. One of those shadows appeared at his colleague's funeral - in the form of a bullet. Heroic efforts of medical professionals at the scene saved him, but they could not stop the cascading hallucinations that followed. "Bedside Manners" is a novel of reflection. A near death experience grants Dr. Jacques... more
  • Comfy, Cozy: A Bedtime Story

    by Kelly Lenihan
    Comfy, Cozy tells the story of Lily, a little girl who adopts Rosco, a puppy from a pet shelter. When it’s time for bed, the puppy struggles to adjust. Scared and alone, he tosses and turns and flops about, missing the warmth and security of his brothers and sisters. Follow along as Rosco utilizes a little puppy ingenuity as he figures out how to get comfy, how to make his bed cozy. In the back of the book, you'll find child-friendly tips for introducing a puppy to its new home and a recipe f... more
  • The Candy Tree

    by Karena Stoner
    In the sweet Swiss village of Muttenz, a little girl named Francyli dreams of candy all year long -- but especially at Christmas! Her vivid imagination turns everything she sees to candy - from her ice skates to the houses around town. But her favourite dream of all? Turning the Muttenz village Christmas Tree into a magical tree covered in candies! With just a few nights before Christmas...will Francyli's sweet dream come true? This magical story is about imagination, kindness, friendship, co... more
  • Construction is So Fun!

    by Giselle Fuerte
    TAP, TAP, TAP ALONG TO THE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT! 🎶 🎵 I got my yellow hard hat on my head. We will be building all day long. Construction is so fun! 🎵🎶 Join in on the construction fun! Read, sing along, and tap your feet or your hammer as we build a modern Ghanaian mud house! - Download and sing along to the companion song, Construction Project by Fuerte Family Bond, as you read Construction is So Fun! - Book includes a passcode to download the song, Construction Project. - Or list... more
  • Incident at the Panama Canal

    by Giselle Fuerte
    Jahi is overjoyed to add his remote control Panama Canal train set to the family’s Día de los Muertos display. But when he faces a malfunction, his spirits sink. When a possible catastrophe looms at the Panama Canal, Jahi’s great grandfather must find a way to solve the problem, and fast! Will Jahi learn not to give up from his bisabuelo—the first AfroPanamanian Canal train conductor? With Spanish sprinkled in, join Jahi as he learns about the Panama Canal, the real-life train conductor, A... more
  • My Father's Indian: How a Butterfly Split the Oak

    by Eric Dorsey
    Following childhood trauma, Susan pursued ever increasing social and emotional isolation, eventually finding herself living in the Montana wilderness, dissatisfied and uncertain why. Shouldering her backpack, she heads into the woods seeking inspiration, maybe answers. The adventure derails as tragedy forces her to acknowledge festering wounds, confront the scars beneath, and seek catharsis, forgiveness. My Father’s Indian: How A Butterfly Split the Oak is a touching amalgamation of the poig... more
  • The Patriot’s Grill

    by Steven Day
    It is 2099 and America has been controlled by a brutal dictatorship for 70 years. Democracy isn’t just dead; it’s been erased from history. For Joe Carlton, bartender at The Patriot’s Grill, self-government is unimaginable. But then an old man, with an unbelievable story, wanders into the Grill and everything changes — for Joe and for the nation.