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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Keziah's Song

    by DARYL POTTER
    The Greek empire. A Jewish rebellion. A musically gifted girl strives to overcome the brutal siege of a contested land. Maccabean Israel, 135 BCE. Judean orphan Keziah has been traumatized by a savage war. As the Greek empire invades Jerusalem with battle elephants and a ruthless army, the twelve-year-old witnesses her parents' violent murder by their once-trusted neighbours. Keziah has no time to mourn when she's forcibly transported to the far north and ripped away from everything she's eve... more
  • Adjustment Year

    by Melina Druga
    The war is over, but the healing has just begun. 1919. The promise of better days slips away as the optimism everyone experienced on Armistice Day fades. Hettie Taylor returns home to Canada married to Alfred, a man she barely knows, and without having had an opportunity in the nursing service to properly mourn her first husband, Geoffrey. As she adjusts to civilian life, Hettie is overcome by emotions she has difficulty controlling and must learn to come to terms with Geoffrey’s death. ... more
  • Beneath the Splendor

    by Jami Taylor
    A gripping tale of love, murder, and betrayal in antebellum North Carolina. In 1853, Reverend George Carawan was arrested for murdering the timid schoolteacher Clarence Lassiter in the small town of Rose Bay, North Carolina. The subsequent trial was a media sensation at the time, with the story being reported in newspapers as far as London, England. The idea of a well-respected preacher shooting an unarmed schoolteacher would have been enough to gain an audience's attention, but Reverend Car... more
  • Brave

    by Kathleen Davis
    BRAVE is based on the real life experiences of a child who is scared of going to bed at night. This book is for every child and shows there is a super hero within us and we have nothing to fear. We are safe. We are loved. We are BRAVE.
  • Living in Cleveland with the Ghost of Joseph Stalin

    by Marc Sercomb
    It’s the summer of 1953. Calvin Jefferson Coolidge is thirteen years old when the ghost of Joseph Stalin appears to him in his Aunt Evelyn’s cluttered Cleveland attic and wants to dictate his memoirs to him. “I want to tell my side of the story,” Uncle Joe tells him. “They’re giving me one year to set the record straight, so we need to get started right away.” Calvin’s life is falling apart at the seams. He’s a misfit and loner whose only friends are famous dead people. He loves polka musi... more
  • Will You Hold My Story?

    by Kathy Joy

    Tired of carrying her heavy story all by herself, Meggi Beth finds a step upon which to sit. As she rests, the street carries a variety of people to her, all of them lost in their own thoughts. She asks a busy elderly Mister to hold her story, but he seems laden with his own stories. A mom, whose manuscripts and planners are falling out of her clutch, trots down the street; others follow, barely pausing to notice Meggi Beth. Everyone seems too laden with his or her own stories to st... more

  • The Zealots

    by G.K. Johnson
    Comradery goes awry between two restless, young men living in the political angst of first century Roman rule over Judea. Who doesn't love the classic legends, myths and fables like Ben Hur, The Silver Chalice, Two from Galilee, The Robe and The Passion of Christ? Here, you'll find the brightness of another viewpoint drawn from the epic beginnings of the Christian faith.~ Books For Bonding Hearts
  • Johnny And The Kid: An Old Time Western

    by R Lawson Gamble
    It was just Johnny and his ma until Ike Sanders came to Deep Water. He invested in the town, started a newspaper, and hired young Johnny as an apprentice. Now Ma could quite work at the Lucky 7 Saloon. Then The Kid came to town. A long-ago secret connected Ike and the feared gunfighter, a secret that would change Johnny's life forever.
  • Kicking

    by Robin Merrill
    Esther is her granddaughter's last chance. Esther hasn't seen Zoe in years and hardly knows her. But she's not going to turn her away. Zoe is family, and she's a child. A wild child. How will Esther keep her from self-destructing? Rachel. Zoe wants nothing to do with the crazy-hat lady from her grandmother's creepy old church. But as Rachel starts to share herself with young Zoe, Esther sees a change. Will it be enough? This heartwarming story is the second in Robin Merrill's New... more
  • Maud's Circus

    by Michelle Rene
    In a time when women were restricted in every aspect, Maud Wagner became the first female tattoo artist in North America. Maud ran away to join the circus when she was a teenager. By 1904, she was working as a contortionist at the World’s Fair when she met the famous tattoo artist, Gus Wagner. She struck a deal with him: she’d give him a date if he gave her a tattoo—and a lesson in how to create them. Along with her husband and daughter, for more than fifty years, Maud travelled the countr... more
  • Nice Girl

    by Julia Carol Folsom
    It's 1965, a small town in Georgia. Fifteen-year-old Callie Ingram is an "A" student, a church regular, a nice girl who does what she's told. But after her beloved grandmother's death, Callie is all but ignored in the family she has left. Her distant, auto mechanic dad and rebellious older sister, Ruth Anne, are always fighting. To escape her loneliness and the turmoil at home, Callie takes an after-school job as a waitress in a diner. And there she meets Nick Gamble, a prominent, married busine... more
  • The McKenzie Journal: How to Be Cool

    by Michael Frey
    In the fictional town of Sloan, Colorado, 2010, Andrew McKenzie is a clever-thinking yet socially-awkward fifth-grade who finds himself down on his luck after he is chosen to work the school play...alongside none other than his arch-nemesis, cocky sixth-grader Alec Fincher.
  • Ardent Grandeur

    by Lynnette M. Clement
    Ardent Grandeur, is a fiction novel about an aspiring artist who will stop at no end to live a life of grandeur, despite who he hurts along the way. It is a suspense, jaw dropping, thrilling tragic love story where all of the characters in the book learn through triumphs and tragedies that life decisions matter more than you think.
  • In the Dead of the Night

    by JP Robinson
    Darkness gathers in the final days of the Great War as the Germans plot to unleash a weapon that will plunge the Allied world into obscurity. For the Steele family, the stakes have never been higher. Leila is forced back into the shadows when the leader of a German spy ring kidnaps her child, jeopardizing Europe’s fragile bid for peace. Meanwhile, Malcolm fights to keep Northshire Estate as his father stands trial for treason against the British empire. Confronted with overwhelming c... more
  • Little Polyglot Adventures (Book 2) - A Wild Day at the Zoo

    by Victor D. O. Santos
    The city zoo is holding a very special event. Today, guests can bring their own pets to the zoo! Of course, all city residents want to join in on the fun. Dylan and Isabella, the little polyglot siblings, see this as a great opportunity for Kiki, Dylan's pet chicken, to meet her animal friends. However, things get a bit out of control when Kiki is left unattended. In this fun, colorful, and multicultural story, children will learn about the importance of thinking outside the box and using their ... more
  • Riley Madison Discovers the Superpower of a List

    by June Akers
    Have you ever gone to brush your teeth but ended up looking like you should be in the circus? Or maybe you meant to go find your shoes but instead you won a hula-hoop contest? Do you ever have trouble staying focused on one particular task or completing things like homework, chores, or remembering all the things you are supposed to do in any situation... even something like getting ready for school in the morning? Riley Madison does. She finds herself in all kinds of funny situations because ... more

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