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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Adventures of Belle - Belle Meets Henry

    by Kathleen Siekman
    It’s all a matter of perspective... On an adventure in her neighborhood of Cady Lake, Belle the Dog meets Henry the Heron. Henry wants to show Belle what the neighborhood looks like from his perspective, but how is that possible? Belle can’t fly! She’s a dog. Will Henry and Belle be able to work together to show Belle a bird’s eye view of the world? Join Belle the Dog on her first of many adventures as she makes new friends and helps build her community through learning about and understan... more
  • Ew, Goo!

    by Kathleen Siekman
    What do you do when your runny nose just won’t stop running? When your nose is so gooey & ewwy? Snot gets everywhere and boogers abound in Ew, Goo!, the humorous rhyming children’s book written by Kathleen Siekman and illustrated by Debbie Koehler. Will our curly-haired hero have what it takes to stem the flow of goo and get better, or will her mucus take on a life of its own? Not even the cat is safe from the goo in this hilarious snot-filled story! Suitable for ages 3 to 7 years.
  • Harlow Learns He's Loved

    by Amy Kerns
    Harlow, a beloved hedgehog, is confused why he isn’t getting as much affection from Mommy & Daddy Fox after the sudden arrival of his baby brother. He wonders how he will ever get his kisses back. What's a hedgehog to do? Written by Amy Kerns and illustrated by Kim Hanzo, Harlow Learns He's Loved reinforces the love that parents have for their children—no matter who they are. Suitable for ages 2 to 5 years.
  • This is the Bear

    by Paula Morhardt
    This is the bear... But what is he up to? Join the bear with all the hair on his quest to do something nice for a friend in this humorous short story designed for young children featuring whimsical hand-drawn illustrations. Suitable for ages 3 to 7 years.
  • Rose Gets Her Name

    by Paula Morhardt
    Rose the fairy is running out of time to do her One Thing, the task she must complete to earn her name and her wings. Will Rose be able to overcome her greatest fear and pass the Fairy Council's test? Written by Paula Baysinger Morhardt and illustrated by Kayla Surface-Olson, Rose Gets Her Name tells the tale of Rose and how she learned to ask for help when she needed it. Suitable for ages 4 to 8 years.
  • Mausdrachen - Vapors of Sadness

    by Thea Kvamme
    The Vapors of Sadness can strike anyone at any time, and this time, they’ve come for Prince Krisgin. When one little gray cloud casts its dreary shadow over the young prince, it grows and he is left feeling angry, worthless, and alone. Will his friends be able to help him cast this shadow off? Will Prince Krisgin be able to see he is not alone? Join Princess Hannah, the giant winged mouse Mausdrachen, and the color-changing unicorn Selmer in their quest to help a friend in need, and join P... more
  • The Bedtime Rhyme

    by Regina Noel Downing
    The Bedtime Rhyme What's the perfect way to end any day? A little story, time for listening and sharing, and a sweet lullaby to end. Bedtime is one of the most important times of the day for our littles, and sometimes the most challenging. It can raise real fears over separation. A regular routine can be just the thing to ease such fears, and ensure a good night's rest for everyone. The Bedtime Rhyme will help you send your children off to sleep feeling truly loved, connected, supported... more
  • The Monster Dog - What Shall I Be When I Grow Up?

    In The Monster Dog: What Shall I Be When I Grow Up?, Tasse ponders the possibilities of her future. Should she be a singer? Or perhaps an astronaut? The sky's the limit, after all! Beautifully illustrated in watercolor, this light-hearted exploration of career paths will entertain children and spark their imaginations. Suitable for ages 4 to 8 years.
  • Love to Share

    by Ashley LaRue
    A young child whose parents love different people from one another worries he won't be able to love everyone without hurting someone's feelings. His father tells him our hearts are like puzzles and the different people in our lives are the pieces. Every unique piece we add, our hearts become bigger and stronger, and there is always room for another piece. There is always love to share. Suitable for ages 4 to 8 years.
  • Hearth & Gnome

    by A.J. Sullivan
    When Mommy brings home a gnome, everyone just thinks he's a cute Christmas decoration. They name him "Burt" and place him on the hearth with a pail of sparkly baubles. Little do they know, this little gnome with a big orange beard and a pointy green hat may just end up saving his new family's Christmas. Suitable for ages 3 to 7 years.
  • Bob E. Bear & The Bully Bears

    by A.J. Sullivan

    THE BOB E. BEAR BOOK SERIES - 4TH OF 4 BOOKS Bob E. Bear is in second grade now and he's having some trouble with bullies. Some of the other bears have been picking on him and he doesn't know what to do. When he talks to his mom about it, he realizes he's been bullying someone, too! Join Bob E. as he learns why bears bully other bears and how to be understanding and accepting of others. No matter how different another bear is, bears are bears and all bears deserve kindness. S... more

  • Wokie Wokie Hey Who?

    by Tammy Hussain
    Wokie Wokie Hey Who is a picture book using rhyming words and pattern rhythmic fun for young learners. At this time, I need an illustrator to help complete the book. Any suggestions would be welcomed.
  • Voices Beckon

    by Linda Lee Graham

    Set in late 18th-century Philadelphia, Voices Beckon spans seven years in the lives of three young Britons who cross the Atlantic in search of a new beginning. David, a Scot indentured for the next six years to a Philadelphia printer, and Elisabeth, a young English girl with class-conscious, widowed father, fall in love on the journey. Liam, an orphaned Scot with a checkered past, forms a fast friendship with them both.

    Rich in historical detail, the story chronicles their comi... more

  • Pigs in Paradise, a fairy story most absurd

    by Roger Maxson
    When Blaise gives birth to Lizzy, the “red calf” on an Israeli farm, the masses flock en masse to witness the miracle birth that will usher the end of the world and the arrival of the Messiah, or his return, depending on which camp, Christian or Jew. When the promise of the end comes to an end, the red calf blemished, and no longer worthy of blood-letting sacrifice, the faithful the world over are crestfallen. By this time, two evangelical ministers, as representatives of a megachurch in America... more
  • Grandma, It's Me! A Children's Book about Dementia

    by Y. Y. Chan
    Riley loves spending time with her grandparents, but after visiting them one day, she notices Grandma doesn't recognize her. Mommy explains that Grandma may have dementia, so her memory isn't as good as it used to be. Riley tries her best to help Grandma remember and writes about their time together in her diary. This uplifting and touching story encourages young readers to support and care for the elderly with love, patience and understanding. Written as a series of diary entries, Grandma, I... more
  • Bibi - The Cat Who Said Moo

    by Meli Bee
    A story about the challenges of being different and the rewards of being yourself. Bibi moves house and sets out to make new friends, but everyone she encounters laughs at her voice. Feeling discouraged, Bibi wonders if she'll be able to find friends in this new place. But she rallies and keeps searching, eventually receiving a wonderfully unexpected reward.