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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Reflect

    by Morgan Maguaran
    Sarah questions everything. How important are the things we cannot see? Is her love for her partner, Ian, the forever kind? Furthermore, is she living her life or the one that’s expected of her? The one thing Sarah hasn’t questioned is her sanity until the night her doppelgänger appears through their bedroom mirror inviting Sarah to come with her. Sarah accepts. Her odyssey entails inhabiting her inner landscape and reconciling with aspects of herself she had previously dismissed – grief, rage, ... more
  • Of Ravens and Shadows

    by Abigail Jean-Louis
    Book 1 (Of Ravens and Shadows) Formerly The Raven in Her Shadow When she was five years old, Avigayil bat Abiyah went outside her home to find her father laying on the ground the night of Passover, dagger buried into his back. Beside her stood her weeping mother, Chavivah, holding her three-year-old brother in her arms. She knew exactly who did it. It was none other than Menahem, leader of the deadliest group of assassins in the land, and her father’s own cousin. For the safety of her family, C... more
  • B09W1QN4DF

    by Mac McClure
    In Ohio during the early sixties, Angus Roy Murphy, a lonely young misfit, struggles to learn more about his physically imposing, enigmatic Irish grandfather, Theodore Thomas Nunn. Despite the closeness between the two, a dark, impenetrable distance exists, and Angus becomes obsessed with solving the mystery behind Nunn's closely guarded past. Tragedy strikes, and he slowly pries buried truths from his profane and wily Uncle Bo, but not without shocking results. Not surprising. Common sense a... more
  • Dad's Monkey Business

    by Keegan Brown

    In Dad's Monkey Business, a father and son take on a project together, but dad’s enthusiastic “mess ups” make finishing the job nearly impossible. The boy has no choice but to take matters into his own hands in order to save the enterprise, showing the real potential of this dynamic duo!

  • Threads of Me: Kente for Show and Tell

    by Erica Asante
    A vibrantly illustrated and culturally rich story that celebrates cultural diversity, multigenerational bonds, and family traditions. A beautiful introduction to a piece of African culture. The perfect read for home and school! When Mr. Washington asks the class to bring in something for show and tell that represents who they are and where they come from, Ama rushes home to get ideas from Nana. Nana reaches into the vast collection of her stories and retells Ama the story of Kente, a handwove... more
  • Jayne and the Average North Dakotan

    by Chandler Myer
    You can take the boy out of North Dakota, but only a drag queen can finish the makeover. When Randy Larson, a 32-year-old gay accountant who’s never been outside North Dakota, moves to Washington, DC, he struggles to find his way. A six-foot, nine-inch, sensational Jayne Mansfield drag queen takes him under her colorful wing for lessons in shopping, first dates, hosting brunch, furnishing an apartment, and living in the gay community. Is Randy ready for life and love in the Nation’s Capital? ... more
  • Mooge: The Prehistoric Genius

    by Nate Wrey
    There was a time, long, long ago, when humans had nothing: no tools, fire, clothes, not even a Playstation! Life was hard and short, and beasts were big and hairy. Then along came Mooge to change all that. Did I say he was a genius? Well, let’s just say he had a unique way of helping his wife, Flair, to invent and discover. Join Mooge and Flair on their journey through prehistory: from having nothing, to the age of writing. With plenty of mishaps, laughter and discoveries on the way. Each ... more
  • My Love for You Is Like a Garden

    by Laura Smetana

    With bright, watercolor cut-paper collages, My Love for You Is Like a Garden celebrates the unconditional love between parent and child. Bold, colorful illustrations and vibrant garden scenes will inspire readers of all ages to explore the natural world—and maybe even plant their own garden. A glossary at the end provides the names of each plant and animal featured. A beautiful book to share with a child, loved one, or anyone who means the world to you!

  • The Switchgrass Crown

    by Amanda Innes

    Seventeen-year-old Lucas Rowland is spending the summer with his family at the exclusive Lake Avalon, and things are getting... weird. His wealthy peers welcome him and his younger sister Fay with seemingly open arms, and by the time Lucas discovers why, Fay is already fully enmeshed in both high—and questionable—society. But does she need saving? Or is it all a harmless game? Lucas must decide whether to play along or put a stop to it.

  • The Resemblance of All Things

    by Bernard J. Lurie
    Bernard J. Lurie (deceased) is the author of "The Resemblance of All Things." I, Fred Lurie, wrote the foreword. I am also Bernard's brother, and Administrator of his Estate. "Resemblance" is a poetic consideration of God and the nature of things. It considers the philosophical and religious problem of evil, and argues that the presence of evil is not inconsistent with God's existence. It also argues that each thing bears a resemblance to other things, and all things, in turn, bear a resemb... more

    by Christina Milliner

    After losing her mother, Clay thinks nothing good will ever happen to her again and her life is over. Her only friend, Mimi, and her father are both drug addicts. Clay is lost and hopeless. She decides to do one last thing—go to an HIV support group at a local church. There, she meets the Reverend and a group of people around her age who understand what it’s like to live with HIV. Each member of the group has their own struggles, but they are creative, make her feel like she belon... more

  • The Miseducation of Obi Ifeanyi

    by Chinedu Achebe

    Obi Ifeanyi's life is moving at a fast pace. He is now a husband and father. So while President Obama is contending with a tough reelection campaign, Obi Ifeanyi is dealing with the day to day pressures of married life and raising a son. When his former love interest, Sade Olufemi, comes back into his life and decides to run her political campaign with the help of his wife, Nkechi, Obi's problems are compounded because Sade is a secret Nkechi is better not knowing about. While he stru... more

  • I Go Barefoot

    by Koby Deane
    Going barefoot EVERYWHERE? How would THAT feel? Sounds like fun, but isn't it DANGEROUS? Join five friends in a beach town as they experience life without shoes in this delightful rhyming picture book that promotes strength, adaptability and enhanced development - through the sense of touch!
  • Karma Cats to the Rescue

    by Kathleen Kastner
    Julian and Oliver are the Karma Cats! The search the neighborhood looking for animals in need of help and discover Noah, an abandoned cat. Follow their adventures as they seek to help Noah find his forever home and place in the world.
  • Moraline

    by Cintia Alfonso Fior
    A young girl receives a special message from a sacred Lakota leader about her power to change the world … Twelve-year-old Moraline is about to run away from her problems—again. Since moving from New York to California, Moraline has been pushing against a hot dry wind whenever trouble happens. But a chance encounter with a Native American spirit and an old whispering sequoia tree in the woods of Portola Redwoods State Park puts Moraline on a challenging journey towards finding her inner streng... more
  • Sea Magic

    by Heidi McIntyre

    When a reluctant psychic tracks a ghost through the mists of time, the treasure she discovers is worth more than gold.

    Madeline knows everyone in the quaint seaside town of Penbrook, and everyone knows her. But this antique shop owner keeps one thing under her vintage hat—her ability to touch an object and connect with its history.

    After buying an old box at an estate sale filled with rare items, she started having vivid dreams about Maria, a young ... more