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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Bradley and the Dinosaur

    by Julian Hilton
    Imagine what you would do if you found a dinosaur in your own garden? Find out what happens when Bradley is sent into his garden to find flowers, but instead finds the biggest creature he’s ever seen! Not only does he not get eaten, he makes friends and travels to Dinoland with him.
  • The Case Of The Disappearing Amur Leopard

    by Kirsten Usman
    A lawsuit declaring a new construction project threatens the endangered Amur leopards just landed on Judge Birdie Barringer’s desk. She and the members of the jury hold the fate of the leopards in their hands. One wrong decision and the leopards could disappear from the face of the earth – forever!
  • Gita: Between the Unknowable and the Unreal

    by J Joseph Kazden
    In this follow-up to my book TotIs, Gita, on the brink of a great battle to defend the city she is charged with protecting, feels a sense of futility as she contemplates the coming fratricidal slaughter, unable to justify the bloodshed in the name of victory. She seeks the counsel of her old mentor, Socrates, pleading for his help in finding her way back to her duty and purpose in life. Thus begins a life-changing discussion as Socrates calls upon the Bhagavad Gita and the Tao Te Ching to show ... more
  • Thread for Pearls: A Story of Resilient Hope

    by Lauren Speeth
    A near-death experience in a car with her Mother; running from tear gas at a Vietnam War rally hand-in-hand with her Pop; a year in India learning side-by-side the country's 'untouchables;' the highs and lows of living on a rural Pennsylvania commune…and all before Fiona Sprechelbach's thirteenth birthday. Set during one of the most politically divisive eras in American history, Thread for Pearls is a coming of age tale that takes us on a young heroine's journey to faith and freedom amidst a ... more
  • Pysanky Promise

    by Cathy Witbeck
    Alena is a young girl who discovers her grandmother’s hands have grown too shaky to make pysanky (Ukrainian Easter eggs). She decides that learning the art of pysanky and making a pysanka for her grandmother could be a way to heal her heart. Alena offers to do spring cleaning for her aunt in exchange for pysanky lessons. Her aunt teaches her about the history, symbolism, and method for making pysanky – peh san kee. When Alena becomes frustrated because a drip of wax messes up her first egg, she ... more
  • Hender Nathaniels: He Didn't Haunt, He Taught!

    by Brittany Boggs
    Have you ever had a ghost that haunted your house? Have you ever felt something spiritual around you, that you knew wasn't human? The Westlyn family experiences this when they move into an old house in Boston. A young girl named Nori is first to befriend this wise spirit. She tries to convince her family that he is real. Yet, they do not believe a six year old with an extraordinary imagination. When Hender finally builds the confidence to show his true self to the family, and confirm Nori's trut... more
  • "Up North, Down South: City Folk Meet Country Folk" Coloring and Activity Book

    by Katina Rankin

    "Up North, Down South: City Folk Meet Country Folk" Coloring and Activity Book is an educational aid to the book "Up North, Down South: City Folk Meet Country Folk" to help children with their learning journey from New York to Mississippi.  The coloring and activitiy book is packed with puzzles, mazes, color pages, word searches, crosswords, and connect the dot activities to stimulate student's minds and help them retain what they've learned on their scho... more

  • Up North, Down South: City Folk Meet Country Folk

    by Katina Rankin
    "Many children anticipate and even long for a summer vacation to an exciting destination that they have never visited. This book takes children on a journey across Mississippi, while addressing still-to-common misconceptions about the state in an age-appropriate manner. This book entertains the reader while showing Mississippi is a wonderful state with wonderful people. I believe this book will instill pride in Mississippi's children, as well as help the children outside of our state gain an app... more
  • Chances Are

    by Trish Dulka
    Gennie Harrison grew up in the world of horse racing where odds make or break you. But when tragedy hits her family, chance is no longer a choice. She has to make her own life decisions ... but will she make the right ones?
  • Reasons why Waterfront Homes are a Class Apart

    by Mike Langer
    Waterfront homes are synonymous with luxury living. The landscape itself is one of the primary reasons why prospective property buyers prefer such residences. Home seekers look for peace of mind and serenity while looking for a home, and waterfront residences come with just that, and more.

    Here’s why lake Las Vegas homes are the best fit for seekers of luxury living.


    A tranquil, se... more
  • Miracle

    by J. Helen Elza
    Have you ever said to yourself (or out loud, maybe) that just once, you would like to put Satan the devil in his place? Well, hang onto your bucket hat (or whatever kind of hat you wear), because twelve-year-old Willie MacGregor is about to bedevil the devil. Willie and best friend, Johanna, set off for a grand Smoky Mountain adventure when Johanna goes missing. Willie's search for her leads him into the enchanted forest of the evil shape-shifting Prince Fallon, who, in all his disguises, rep... more
  • The Amazing Adventures of Jumpin' Jimmie 2nd Edition: Think Before You Leap

    by Dexter Humphrey
    Jumpin’ Jimmie is a fun loving and carefree kangaroo whose amazing jumping ability creates interesting tales of adventure. The Amazing Adventures of Jumpin’ Jimmie: Think Before You Leap illustrates what can happen when actions precede careful thinking. The Amazing Adventures of Jumpin' Jimmie shares the story of a fun loving kangaroo who learns by getting it right the third and fourth time around! The book teaches the virtues of critical thinking, decision-making and safety .With colorful ill... more
  • Smart

    by Joel Mentmore
    Lucy runs Jon's life. With Lucy’s help Jon has found wealth, health, even love. So when Lucy tells Jon he must die, he naturally turns to his oldest friend Skull for help, because Skull is a technical genius, and Lucy is a smartphone with access to all the resources of the Internet, and driven by seemingly indestructible algorithms. But Skull has his own problems. His self-driving car business has failed and he has lost everything he ever worked for. Besides, he doesn’t believe Jon. Then J... more
  • Rice Girls

    by Emily A. Kim
    A tale of two Korean sisters over thirty years period, and their search for reconciliation and forgiveness. The older sister, who tries to turn her trauma into art, and the younger sister, who tries to make up their painful past and find her new home in a foreign land. Sally Lee Grant is a below-the-radar Asian American actress in Los Angeles who lives day-to-day with her fiancé Jason Deluca, a struggling screenwriter. Sally toils at a bikini strip bar as a waitress to support Jason. Sally... more
  • It's All Greek to Me

    by Maggie Aldrich
    Single, thirty-something Emily Potens would just as soon stay on her couch with a pillow over her head than face what her life has become. In a downward spiral of misfortune, she’s lost everything she holds dear—her parents, her job, her home…even her cat. Falling through the porch of the decrepit sorority house at which she now works is only the icing on the cake. And then she meets Michael, with those deep blue eyes... Determined to start over, Emily throws herself into her new life. While ... more
  • LAKE ISLE: A Story of Passage

    by Tobi Little Deer