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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Wartime Matchmakers

    by Lauren Smith
    When the world went to war . . . they fought for love. England, 1939: The world is on the brink of war when Elizabeth Mowbray breaks her engagement with a tea planter in India and returns home to the English countryside. Desperate to escape a stifling life under her parents’ roof, she moves to London seeking adventure and excitement. With German forces sweeping across Europe, she has little hope of finding steady, fulfilling employment as England readies itself for war. A chance encounter wi... more
  • Toots the Flying Pig

    by Carey Wilson

    Little Toots the piglet finds his siblings have a natural talent. Can Toots find his? Please join us on his little journey of discovery!

  • The Antidotes: Pollution Solution

    by Patricia Mechael
    The Chesapeake Bay has become polluted by a stinky plastic-eating bacteria, pee yew! But fifth-grade friends Izi, Gir, and others take action together by forming an activist group called the Antidotes, and join forces with public health activists to find clean water solutions. The friends use STEM strategies to help save the earth from a potential disaster— they also have secret meetings, do a little spy work, and make some useful discoveries. Along the way, they learn to embrace their differ... more
  • Beatitude

    by Larry Closs

    New York City, 1995: Harry Charity is a sensitive young loner haunted by a disastrous affair when he meets Jay Bishop, an outgoing poet and former Marine. Propelled by a shared fascination with the unfettered lives of Jack Kerouac and the Beat Generation, the two are irresistibly drawn together, even as Jay’s girlfriend, Zahra, senses something deeper developing.

    Reveling in their discovery of the legendary scroll manuscript of Kerouac’s On the Road in the vaults of... more

  • The Awesome Adventures of the Laboratory (Lab) Lizards

    by Robert Richardson
    This exciting make-believe story is about three lovable, quirky Lizards. They start as a failed attempt at a new and unusual food source and end up with unique friendships and empathy for others. This poetic narrative uses humor, adventure and beautiful illustrations, to deliver a book the whole family can enjoy.
  • As Time Goes By

    by W. Royce Adams

    Nearing the end of his life, Old asks himself, “Does my life ultimately have any importance in any universal scheme? Am I just taking up space? Have I wasted the time given me? What effect have I had on others? Have I unknowingly, worse, knowingly, hurt others in some fashion? What’s my worth? These are playful existential questions with no pertinent answers for me. So I’m putting down my cane and picking up my pen. I’m going to sift through the sands of my time to see what I can discover thr... more

  • ESTRANGED (The Lindsay Simpson Story): A Parent's Struggle Against Alienation

    by Robin McChild
    Due to the cruel and unmerited actions of a malevolent narcissistic ex-partner and a very costly, biased and archaic UK legal system, broken-hearted Lindsay Olivia Simpson is a discarded, estranged and bereaved mother. Unjustifiably forced out of the lives of the children she gave birth to, whom she loves unconditionally, Lindsay has been left sorrowfully mourning them for more than five years. With no other options and her time quickly running out, the frantic Lindsay reaches out to her own ... more
  • The Awakening of La Muse

    by S. R. Strickland
    A 16-year-old American slave is forced to travel from a Virginia plantation to Paris with her owners. The new cultural environment chips away at her emotional and physical shackles. She runs. Acclimates into the city. But quickly learns a French bounty hunter is in pursuit. She battles for her liberty. Resilient, courageous—her journey to emancipation is nothing less than heroic. They took her freedom; she took it back!
  • Seeking Forgiveness

    by Lea Rachel
    The narrative memoir Seeking Forgiveness tells the story of interracial adoption in the United States today, from the perspective of a white mother who adopts a Black son, and finds she has no idea what the hell she is doing. Rachel, the adoptive mother of Miles, receives a call from the police in the middle of the night informing her that her son has been arrested. She rushes to the police station to help Miles, consumed with worry that she has failed to protect her son from events beyond hi... more
  • I Asked the Moon

    by Paul A. Rayes
    “Hey. Étienne,” he said from the top of the school parking lot, behind me. It’s the last day of junior year when Thad, the quiet, popular guy, approaches Étienne to offer him a ride home. Étienne is immediately suspicious—this has to be a joke, right? But nobody is around, and Thad seems genuinely interested to hang out. All Étienne has ever wanted is to have a guy friend, and here’s his chance to start something new. What would you do? Étienne and Thad have been acquaintances since elemen... more
  • Brody the Lion Meets the Doc: Teaching Children about Autism, Emotions, Acceptance, and Self-Regulation

    by Kristin Wegner
    Brody the Lion Meets the Doc is the 4th book in the Brody the Lion Children’s Book Series that provides practical tools and strategies for helping children facing big emotions. Brody, a fictional autistic lion cub, is feeling anxious about an upcoming doctor’s appointment. Using the positive strategies from the first three books, Brody practices with his friends and family until he is feeling confident. At the doctor's office Brody faces unexpected challenges, that when he succeeds, will leave l... more
  • Choosing Yellowstone

    by Carol Anne Douglas
    In Choosing Yellowstone, Professor Elaine Flaherty’s opportunity to teach journaling in Yellowstone National Park conflicts with her plan to volunteer with her partner at a Syrian refugee camp. Elaine and Pam must come to a decision that serves their personal needs yet honors their relationship of fifteen years. Elaine chooses Yellowstone while Pam flies to the Middle East. Through emails, they eloquently share details of their summer apart—and worry that something could go wrong. Something doe... more
  • Nothing You Can't Do

    by Lindsay J.L. Angus

    A fun and beautiful picture book for children everywhere about big dreams and endless possibilities.

    When an accident left author Lindsay J.L. Angus’ toddler son with a significant scar on his arm, the doctor eased her with, “You know, there’s nothing you can’t do with a scar.” Those important words were ones she wanted to share with children everywhere. In her new picture book, Nothing You Can’t Do, Angus pairs a heartfelt text with her own... more

  • Joint Venture

    by Carol Rhees
    Helen has worked hard for her success only to find herself back in her small New England home town after her husband ditches her for a younger model. A messy night out only brings further humiliation to the prim-and-proper real estate agent when she face-plants on the sidewalk… just to be rescued by her old nemesis, Alice. Alice, a recent widow, has always considered Helen to be her complete opposite. Yet much to her surprise, as the township divides bitterly over whether to allow the sale of ... more
  • Mickey Collins

    by Kevin Forde
    A life of Petty crime, dysfunctional family behaviour and State involvement in same, as seen through the eyes of a petty criminal growing up in modern Ireland.
  • My Cat Thinks He’s a Puppy

    by Patricia Allieri
    A warm and beautifully illustrated picture book that will have your child in fits of giggles My cat thinks he’s a puppy, How strange is that! He does cute puppy things, But he’s a big tabby cat! Cats are known for being independent, particular and maybe a little bit snooty. But this cat isn’t like other cats. In fact, he’s much more like a puppy. Puppy-Cat loves to go for a walk, dig about in the dirt and even loves to splash about in the water! In fact, if it wasn’t for this one little... more