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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Winston and Henry Do Art: Join the cuddly duo on their spectacular adventure

    by Greta von Szabo
    Winston and Henry Do Art is a traditional illustrated adventure about a tiger called Winston and a bear called Henry. It is written in rhyme to make it easier to read to little ears. Sitting in their country house, Winston and Henry decide they are bored with the quiet life. They ask their magical friend, Mumbo, to give them a lift through time to explore different kinds of art. Winston and Henry Do Art has beautifully illustrated full colour and black and white pages.
  • I And You, And Me And Her

    by Barry Grills
    Tom McNamara has a secret. For more than twenty years he has been deeply in love with his sister-in-law, Jan. For more than twenty years, Tom and Jan have kept silent about a passionate three-day love affair they shared during a skiing trip in Europe. While neither of the lovers was married at the time—Jan was engaged in Toronto and Tom believed he would marry Judy, a woman he had been seeing for a few months in Ottawa—Jan and Tom decided to part permanently, returning to their partners in Canad... more
  • Segalvitz

    by Mark Carp
    Joe Segalvitz is a high-school dropout, murderer and former prizefighter, who works for a political machine and rises to become the mayor of a populous American city. However, can he ever escape the past that threatens to undo him?
  • Red Love

    by Lijian Zhao
    Three young women growing up in China in the 1950's pursue love despite the barriers erected by family, society, and personal struggles. Their efforts are challenged by the heated and sometimes violent political environment which envelops them.
  • Beautifully Unique

    by Renae Sewall
    My name is Sophia and I am here to tell you a story! The story is about feeling different. My family is unique, I am not like my Mommy, Daddy, or sisters, which made me confused. So one day I asked my mommy why I was different, so she took me on a little adventure to an amazing butterfly garden. There we see so many different butterflies from all over the world while she helps me understand that everyone is unique in their own way.
  • Virginia May's Collection of Short Stories & Literary Chronicles

    by Taylor Madison Ellis
    Virginia May's Collection of Short Stories & Literary Chronicles is a group of writing consisting of fifteen short stories and detailed illustrations. In magnificent settings, plots are told with a combination of history and drama. Such tales include beginnings in Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire all the way to the Enlightenment and American Civil War. With a wide variety of exciting emotion, thrills, and passion, Virginia May's is a collection not to be missed.
  • The Hormone Shift: Using Natural Hormone Balancing for Your Mood, Weight, Sleep & Female Health

    by Dawn Cutillo
    Would you like to lose those last, stubborn 10-20 pounds, diminish your hot flashes, improve you sleep and banish your mood swings... all in 30 days? The Hormone "Shift" outlines a unique protocol of "Natural Hormone Balancing," that can totally rebalance your hormones, without the risks or side effects of traditional HRT or Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy. This safe, natural and fast approach to rebalancing your body will allow you to lose stubborn fat from your most desired areas (hips, st... more
  • The Wrong Side of the Room: A Life in Music Theater

    by Norman Mathews
    Norman Mathews was born in the wrong town, the wrong era, and with the wrong name. What’s a boy to do? He conjured up a more enticing, imaginary world to better navigate the perils of childhood. Dreams of a life in the theater and of passionate romance were stymied by lack of self-assurance. Psychological abuse by a priest led to absurdly comic psychotherapy over his sexuality. At age twenty, a failed suicide nearly shattered a promising future. From the ashes of this calamity rose a staggering ... more
  • In Two Worlds

    by Ido Kedar
    Seven-year-old Anthony has autism. He flaps his hands. He makes strange noises. He can't speak or otherwise communicate his thoughts. No one, not even his loving family, his teachers and his specialists have any idea of his true intelligence. He is locked inside himself and this sharply divides his life between two worlds: His inner world, so richly sensory it is at times hallucinogenic; and his external world, dominated by therapies, specialists and endless misunderstandings. Despite years of ... more
  • Window of Opportunity, LLC

    by Lana Pereyaslavska
    Up to her ears in debt, disillusioned by the prison-like existence, feeling like the tiniest of cogs inside a giant robotic machine, Dawn spends all the little money she has left on one extravagance - a window of opportunity, or a WOOP, as it is known. It may turn out to be a scam, another urban legend, but she wants to think there is a better life awaiting her on the other side of dusty glass. It's her chance to live every day to the fullest instead of merely dragging through, always stuck in a... more
  • Of Metal and Earth

    by Jennifer M Lane

    Finalist in the 2018 IAN Book of the Year Awards in the category of Literary / General Fiction!

    Seven ordinary lives are changed by their extraordinary relationships with a little green Jeep in Of Metal and Earth, a tale of restoration and redemption.

    In 1964, James survives a fierce early battle in the Vietnam War by hiding beneath his Jeep. When he returns to the small town of Elk River, he is emotionally paralyzed and with nothing to fight for, turns to ... more

  • Scared of the Dark

    by Caroline L Thornton

    The dark can be scary, especially when you don't know what you're afraid of. But you're not alone, most of us have felt scared at night and the dark's not actually so bad. Discover some of the reasons for our fear, meet friendly animals who play in the night and learn to think of the dark in a new way. Oh and just in case some monsters are real...you'll be reminded that you're braver than you may think! Contains mild scares.

  • If Pencils Could Talk

    by Bobbie Zitelli
    This is a book to encourage and inspire children to pick up a pencil and learn to write or draw. With added fun and blank pages at the end of the book, children can explore their imagination by drawing, coloring and writing
  • Dylan's Move

    by Ashley Pribble
    Dylan is a young girl living in the heart of the great state of Texas. She loves the beautiful wildflowers around her home and going on adventures with her friends, Reagan and Cora. When her parents tell her that the family will be moving to Canada though, she becomes saddened by the idea of no more Texas adventures. But with her move to Canada, she will have new experiences and meet new friends, which will surely lead to some of her greatest adventures yet!
  • To Caress the Air: Augustus Herring and the Dawn of Flight, Book Two

    by C David Gierke
    To Caress the Air continues to track the progress of Augustus Herring as he prepares to fly his revolutionary powered aeroplane. Gus, still optimistic after a series of nagging technical setbacks, believes that the upcoming trials will be the “next great step” in unraveling the problems of manned, heavier-than-air flight. \tA series of tragic events pushed Herring to the brink of financial ruin. Moving his family back East, Gus helps to establish the Aero Club of America, where he met Glenn H. ... more

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