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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Vann the Artist Paints A Necklace

    by Becky Palmer
    An adorable children's book about a child artist who makes a necklace for her friend. An educational, rhyming story line keeps the book fun and engaging!
  • Rolling Home

    by Austin Charters

    When Tucker Frost ventures out into the wilderness on a hunting expedition with his Grandpa Angus and his older brother Jordan, the main things on his mind are socializing and graduating from high school.

    But when Grandpa Angus accidentally drops his gun, releasing a bullet into Tucker's neck, Tucker's whole world tumbles into upheaval.

    When he wakes, he receives the overwhelming news: his spinal cord has been severed. He'll never walk again. He maintains the use of hi... more

  • Capa de Colores: Spanish with English Pronunciation Guide

    by Karl Beckstrand
    (Colors, careers – Spanish) “Ésta es una capa de colores mágica.” Un libro sobre careras, culturas, y colores. Este libro para niños de 3 a 7 años contiene actividades de búsqueda, superhéroes hispanos y africanos, y vívidas imágenes para ayudar con la comprensión del vocabulario. ¡A ponerse los disfraces! 100 palabras escrito por Karl Beckstrand, ilustrado por John Collado. “Perfecto para niños de Pre-escolar y fácil lectura para primaria.…excelente para los profesores”. – Maritza Mejia, autora... more
  • Ellen's Song

    by Ben Kalland

    This novel was originally published in Finnish in 2017 and was shortlisted for a literary award. The English translation was published in May 2018. There are three intertwined storylines: The narrator, Markus Douglas, a middle-aged man living in New York, receives a letter from a woman who claims to be his daughter. A young, incredibly talented girl, Ellen, is pursuing a career as a violinist in Finland. And a young man drowns in a horrible accident. The reader soon begins to understand how t... more

  • A Phantasmagoria

    by Melanie Rose Huff
    Phantasmagoria noun A sequence of real or imagined images like that seen in a dream. –The Oxford English Dictionary This book is a compendium of moments, a gallery of dreams, a collection of snapshots from reality and fairyland and the misty lands between. Welcome to the Phantasmagoria.
  • ADIEU CHIMERAS

    by Manuel J. Aguirre
    When Gerardo Arrieta graduated from a military academy, he came out believing in the ideals of honor, duty, loyalty, God, and country. But all of that began to change when Second Lieutenant Arrieta was confronted with the harsh reality of military life in the Andean Plateau. After completing his first assignment in FOB Ninantaya where he spent six months—with only a bare minimum of food and supplies—defending the border with Bolivia against drug trafficking/gun running smugglers whose leader i... more
  • Wild Mountain

    by Nancy Hayes Kilgore

    In Wild Mountain, Mona Duval has concocted a tidy life for herself in the rural town of Wild Mountain, Vermont. Escaped (mostly) from a bad marriage, she runs a general store next to an historic covered bridge—a bridge she loves so much, she literally wrote the book on its history. When an ice storm collapses the century-old bridge, Mona’s life begins to unravel with it. Wild Mountain tells a tale of small-town politics and mountain... more

  • Curtis: The Crab Who Wished He Were a Fish

    by Susan Chad
    Curtis is a young crab who so envies the beautiful way his fish friends could swim, he wished he could do the same. But no matter how hard he tried, his heavy crab shell just wouldn't let him. Then one day he saves one of his fish friends from danger because of his hard crab shell and it makes him very glad to be a crab!
  • Don't Let Me Die in Disneyland: The 3-D Life of Eddie Loperena

    by J.A. Marzán
    A picaresque, smart, and smartass memoir of Harvard Lawyer Eddie Loperena's Newyorican life in "the country I was offered."
  • Somerville - Inheritance

    by CGC Daniel
    When her father dies of a fever in the Gulf of Guinea, Rebecca Miller is left orphaned heiress to the bankrupt Somerville estate. Which proves a magnet - for no discernible reason - to the notorious, ageing rake, the Earl of Marshwood, who after the briefest and most arid courtship, acquires her as his betrothed. Alone and friendless, the penniless eighteen-year-old must battle with all the wit, wiles and courage she possesses to wrest control of her destiny back into her own hands, in a world ... more
  • One Century Friendship

    by Little Bean Seeds
    The story is about 4 children, Helen, Mark, Yasmin, and Shelly, go to a summer camp and meet a boy who lives more than one century. It seems the children join the summer camp coincidently, but what if the meeting is designated to happen. A wooden brass box is a key to answer what will happen to the 4 children.
  • To Pieces

    by Kati Rocky
    Jane (aka Plain Jane) has always known she was different inside, and not in a good way. This has driven her to her construct her life as a solid B, for average, person and to carefully follow the rules of her high school hierarchy. But, when she undergoes her first bipolar episode and becomes acutely manic, she thumbs her nose at that hierarchy and begins a campaign to revolutionize her high school and rise up against its stifling social norms – and shake up the school she does. She becomes the ... more
  • Chicago Pits (2018)

    by Bill Walker
    Chris Parker, a very young, tall, and thin Alabaman arrives in Chicago hoping to make a fortune in its famed commodities business as a floor trader. Indeed, his great height and freakish ability to make numerical calculations earns him quick promotion to broker for a Wall Street company. But quickly he realizes he is in a struggle the likes of which he could never have fathomed, including outright violence. Complicating matters, he becomes enthralled with a tiny girl trading on the far end of th... more
  • Fortune's Son

    by Jennifer Scoullar
    Can one man’s revenge become his redemption? Young Luke Tyler has everything going for him: brains, looks and a larrikin charm that turns heads. The future appears bright, until he defends his sister from the powerful Sir Henry Abbott. His reward is fifteen years hard labour on a prison farm in Tasmania’s remote highlands. Luke escapes, finding sanctuary with a local philanthropist, Daniel Campbell, and starting a forbidden love affair with Daniel’s daughter, Belle. But when Luke is betrayed... more
  • The Girl With the Journal

    by Tenika Jennings
    I Learned valuable lessons from Depression. That God is Healer and Lesson teacher in a lot of those situations. I learned that life is about learning from mistakes no matter how many times you fall and this book reflects the positivity that came from all that.
  • Lord Computesalot's Quintessential Quest to Banish Bullies: A Creative Fun Activity Book

    by Regina Davis and Carolyn Royer Spencer
    Composed by two experienced elementary educators, this fun activity book with reproducible pages uses poetry, puzzles, games and cheers to teach children about bullying in a creative way. Order our colorful corresponding children's book, "Lord Computesalot, ruler of Aurora Bullyalis, and His Secret Quest to End Bullying".

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