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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • No More Can Fit Into the Evening

    by Thomas Davis

    This poetry anthology contains the work of internationally renowned poets like Terence Winch, winner of the American and Columbia Book Awards, John Looker, the British poet, the Anishinabe Native American poet Kimberly Blaeser, and poets from countries as far apart as the Netherlands and New Zealand. The anthology contains poems by a diversity of voices, LGBQT, from different races, poets that write in traditional forms, and free verse poets

  • The Need for Software Development Company

    by Wilson Alton
    We see new technologies and software solutions every other day and as a user, a new mobile application or a new technology seems to be quite easy. However, behind any breakthrough in technology and mobile applications, technical minds such as software engineers, designers, and QA managers ensure that the final product functioning properly. In this article, we will try to explain the need of a software development company and how can you take maximum benefit by outsourcing to a software developme... more
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    by J.D. Wynne
    Take a walk in Army reservist Molly McKinney's boots as she serves our country in Afghanistan and confronts a minefield of interpersonal relationships. Men and women from all walks of life are thrown together on what they call the “rock" or "Hell on earth." The story follows Molly as she adjusts to her new reality of living in a combat zone, learns the ropes of prison life, and realizes the many complexities of war. Born in Chicago, Molly barely out of her teens is an aspiring doctor who joined... more
  • The Passion of Thecla: Faith and Fortitude

    by Edward N Brown
    If you are curious about: The First Female Christian Missionary and Evangelist The First Female Christian Martyr The First Christian Feminist The First Christian Hermitess and Ascetic The Teenager who became a Saint and all the physical, emotional, and spiritual implications inherent, Then, please take notice: The latest book from Edward N Brown, “The Passion of Thecla: Faith and Fortitude,” is Speculative Christian Historical Fiction at its best! This book is a story that rev... more
  • Sleepover with Grandma

    by Helen Holder
    What happens when you bring your grandma to a sleepover? A little bit of chaos and a whole lot of fun. Suitable for ages 4 to 8 years.
  • I Painted A Magenta Flamingo

    by Helen Holder
    I Painted a Magenta Flamingo pits the imagination of a brother against the facts his sister knows about flamingos. The brother creates his fantasy world undeterred by his sister’s efforts to make him stick to reality. The sister does know her facts, so the reader will become quite knowledgeable about flamingos, too. Suitable for ages 4 to 8 years.
  • Glorious Gertie's Fabulous Fireworks

    by Helen Holder
    The location of Gertie's fireworks store means no sales, but that makes it possible to rescue a town's fireworks display. The rescue, in turn, helps her get the funds for better advertising for her store. Her patriotic cat Uncle Sam is pleased by it all. Suitable for ages 4 to 8 years.
  • Finkle & Frannie

    by A.J. Sullivan
    A small family was moving across the country and stopped in Wyoming for the night. When they left in the morning, they had two extra passengers. Finkle and Frannie got into the car to avoid danger, but they stayed for the ride. These adventurous flies were ready to find a safer place to live. Suitable for ages 6 to 10 years.
  • The Monster Dog - Life's Lessons Learned

    by CARMEN TRIBBETT
    Life isn't always easy for Tasse the Shih Tzu. Sometimes she has problems she doesn't know how to solve. In The Monster Dog: Life's Lessons Learned, Tasse shares what she's learned from her problems: to be considerate, to be a good listener, to share and be welcoming, to forgive, and more. Beautifully illustrated, this collection of stories will delight young children, help develop their problem-solving skills, and foster their empathy for others. Suitable for ages 4 to 8 years.
  • The Blue Frog

    by Kiersten Hall
    A classic ‘whodunit’ for children starring The Blue Frog! Taken from the creative wisdom of the author’s mom, this elusive amphibian creates mystery with its hijinks.
  • The Eyemonger

    by Daniel J Solove
    In a faraway land, a stranger arrives with promises of greater security in exchange for sacrificing privacy. His name is The Eyemonger, and he has 103 eyes. With the help of flying eye creatures, he spies on everybody. But his plan soon starts to go wrong . . . The topic of privacy is rarely covered in children's books. The Eyemonger discusses privacy in a way that children can understand.
  • Thicke and Thin

    by Douglas Kimball
    Thicke & Thin is a darkly comic novel about friendship and sacrifice. Within the frenetic world of an upstart public company, executive titles often mask an underlying incompetence and corruption. Amid the struggle, a burnt out CFO is faced with making the ultimate choice: resign in disgrace or watch his friend be sacked. Courage and loyalty were never his strong suits. How will he choose?
  • Mausdrachen - Curse of The Laxness

    by Thea Kvamme

    Mausdrachen is part mouse and part dragon - he has beautiful pink sparkly wings, whiskers, soft gray fur, a long tail, and the biggest heart of anyone. He loves his best friend Hannah, who he has been with since he was very young. He keeps Hannah and her friends safe and helps them through any danger that comes their way. When the fear of Alzheimer’s Disease sets in with Hannah’s grandmother, Mausdrachen is there to help in any way he can! Mausdrachen is the kindest, most gentle a... more

  • A London Carol

    by Tiziano Brignoli
    If there is a form of literature that belongs to London, that is, of course, the romanticism of poetry. Its narrow cobblestone alleys seem to preserve secrets of bygone eras; the silence you can hear walking alone along the Thames can become the most daring chant of this city, and finally the chant of your existence. Tiziano Brignoli, in this autobiographical Christmas novella, freely inspired by his first trip to the English capital, tells moods, emotions and human perceptions that this city ca... more
  • Wild Mindfulness

    by Laura Larson
    This picture book is meant to teach, guide and allow children (and adults!) to experience mindful moments through guided imagery and breathing techniques as they follow along a young girl and her adventures camping and exploring in the wild. As mindfulness is the intentional practice of experiencing the here and now without letting our thoughts or feelings interrupt, this book allows children to be fully immersed in the moment while bringing an awareness and calm to their body while they listen... more
  • Dasha Saves the Day: At the Park [Book One]

    by Marja Perren

    Click. Click. Flash! What did Dasha see? 

    When photography loving Dasha Flash unexpectedly sees something not quite right in her camera lens, it’s up to her to save the day! Will Dasha be brave enough to do what’s right? Find out if this super-girl can use her powers of kindness and empathy to make the world a better place in Dasha Saves the Day: At the Park!

    Dasha Saves the Day: At the Park empowers children of all ages to harness the ... more

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