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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • GROW: How We Get Food from Our Garden

    by Karl Beckstrand
    (Gardening) A black child and grandfather till, plant, water, and harvest produce in a colorful picture book garden. Includes online tips for starting your own garden. Tongue twister for ages 4 – 7; 325 dyslexic-friendly words; 28 pages (hard/soft/ebook)
  • The Kingdom of Socks

    by Karlo Repar
    Little John is trying to solve the mystery of his lost socks. Day by day, the number of socks decreased rapidly. Was it his old grandma's fault, loud wash machine or something above that, that takes place in his wardrobe ? Relationship of life and common sense suddenly became brittle in his head while marching through the time. Only what remained in his warm heart were the unchangeable moral values, eternal love for his siblings and the mysterious stories.
  • Three Angry Women And A Baby

    by Kerrie Noor

    Shell-shocked from a night of everlasting labour, Sheryl cannot muster a “coo” let alone feel anything. Will she find her maternal mojo again?

    Sheryl and Steven have always longed for a baby. But nine months of yoga doesn’t guarantee a smooth birth, and Sheryl returns home with the maternal feelings of a clay brick.

    Steven tries to reassure her, but living next door to a mother as critical as a gymnastics judge has squashed Sheryl's ... more

  • Becca Jumps Ship

    by Kate Breitfeller
  • A Going Home Surprise

    by Ann Marie Hannon

    I decided to writeI "A Going Home Surprise" to help parents speak with their child about the benefits as well as the problems which may occur with owning a pet.  My book shows how owning a pet can be immensely rewarding and soothing, especially  for a child whose sense of caring may result in "worries" or feeling anxious."  Readers will find  "A Going Home Surprise" guarantees a “happy read” with an important message and inter... more

  • Timmy & Kate Go To Visit: A story for children visiting a loved one in prison.

    by Christiane Joy Allison
    Kate, and her big brother Timmy, have not been able to see their uncle in a long time, and are excited to visit him at the jail. Auntie and Momma help them face fears like: whether there are monsters at the jail, walking through the metal detector, and whether the guards are the bad guys. This story is designed to help address the fears and questions of children visiting a loved one in prison.
  • The Road to Sugar Loaf : A Suffragist's Story

    by Eric T. Reynolds
    Follow US Midwestern Suffragist Kathryn Wolfe from 1894 to 1920 as she strives to hike a nearby tall hill despite a physical challenge, while at the same time works tirelessly alongside her fellow suffragists toward passing Suffrage in Kansas and Washington, DC. The challenges that fictional Kathryn and other fictional suffragists face meld in with historical local and national events and personalities. The suffragists endure hardships, harassment, attacks, and brutality in prison as they fig... more
  • Why Can't Uncle Come Home?: A story for children struggling with the wrongful conviction of a loved one

    by Christiane Joy Allison
    Timmy, and his little sister Kate, struggle to understand why Uncle can't come home despite all the hard things that are happening. Momma helps explain that it's not Uncle's choice to stay away. Uncle was wrongfully convicted, and sometimes people are punished for things they didn't really do. This story is designed to help address the hard questions of children who are struggling with the wrongful conviction of a loved one.
  • My Little Love

    by Rachel Catchings
    My Little Love is a Bedtime Adventure that takes children on a journey through the world and beyond, encouraging them to see their life’s purpose in God’s marvelous creation. Playful rhymes and imaginative illustrations are your child’s guide in this fun tale. After reading My Little Love, your children will look forward to sweet dreams and a life full of adventure.
  • The Miraculous Music of Clara Martinelli

    by Peter Howard

    When disease kills the last elder, the axis of the Earth shifts and Rinzen must leave his Himalayan monastery for the first time in his life.

     

    Intensive training has given him superhuman talents, but the only people who can help the Samudrans are across the world in Columbia ... and Rinzen has no passport, almost no money and military special forces are in hot pursuit.

     

    In London, Clara Martinelli dreams that her mother will die unless she plays her concert... more

  • ACHOO! ACHOO! I've Got the Flu

    by Andie Michaels
    Sad and alone on his birthday, Lion is super excited when his friends, Polar Bear, Gorilla, Hippo and Rhino show up to throw the lonely lion a surprise party. Lion’s birthday celebration takes another unexpected turn when the king sized mammals come down with the flu one at a time, leaving the lion to care for his four sick and demanding friends. But with the help of their loving feline caregiver the large animals get well. Exhausted from nurturing his bedridden buddies back to health, the king... more
  • Gabriel's Great Perhaps

    by Deborah Young
    Angel-navigator, Gabriel, is faced with a critical test. A growing threat, among other growing threats, has mobilized the order of Gabriel to gather a group of people from divergent belief systems and professional backgrounds, who have died, to help resolve a looming crisis. Tensions are heaven-high and divisions canyon deep when these seven people from different countries meet in a realm that doesn’t jibe with any of their after-life expectations. Each one of them wrestles with their death, ... more
  • The Littlest Dinosaur

    by Bryce Raffle, Steven Kothlow, Illustrated by Tessa Verplancke
    Ty, The Tyrannosaur just wants to make a new friend. Sadly, the other dinosaurs are all afraid of his sharp teeth! So Ty must go on an adventure to find a dinosaur brave enough to be friends with a Tyrannosaur.
  • To the Top of Greenfield Street

    by Ryan Standley

    After tragedy strikes, Eric Daniels, age 15, must start over in a small town, where rumors fly and trouble follows. Though shy at heart, Eric meets neighborhood kids, builds his reputation, and excels at his first job. Then as soon as he lands his first kiss, he is betrayed and attacked by a jealous friend. Like most teens, Eric wants happiness, love and independence. He finds everything he ever wanted on Greenfield Street, but how long can it last?

     

    TO THE TOP OF GREENFIELD... more

  • A Good Day to Start: Short Stories

    by Carter Schwonke
    This is a collection of twenty literary short stories bursting with chaos, plot complications, humor, and hope. From repentant prison inmates, to hotshot scientists, frustrated Wall Streeters, and a grieving park ranger, these characters, nearing the end of their ropes, need to change course. And while settings, styles, and viewpoints contrast sharply, they cope with shifting circumstances in similar ways. They pretend, disengage, and resist until an unexpected spark tests their courage.
  • Ogden the Fish Who Couldn't Swim Straight

    by Gabrielle Yetter
    Ogden lived in a little plastic bag at the fairground until one day, everything changed and his life was turned upside down. He found himself in the middle of a huge river and didn't know how to cope. Then a new friend came along and showed him a new way to overcome his fears and find the courage to explore. And Ogden discovered there was a new, magical world out there for him. Ogden, The Fish Who Couldn't Swim Straight, is a story about embracing change and finding happiness by taking r... more

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