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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • A Unicorn Ate My Homework

    by Julia Inserro
    Lindy Loom loves to dream up stories. Stories about bats on paper airplanes, porcupines with self-esteem issues, and maybe even unicorns eating math homework. Her teacher, Ms. Pinch, thinks there’s no room for wild imaginations in school. Will Ms. Pinch succeed in squashing all stories of snakes in pickle-eating contests or will Lindy be able to help her rediscover her own long-lost imagination? Being creative goes far beyond art and music. Creativity offers opportunities to explore, try out ... more
  • Superheroes Here and There

    by Crystel Patterson
    he keeps hearing that they are just make-believe. Desperate to get to the bottom of all this crazy talk, he bombards his parents with a long list of questions about superheroes. Will their responses prove to James that Superheroes are real?
  • I Am Different

    by Crystel Patterson
    Malachi, Nia, and Ekon are confronted with being different. On one hand they are being teased for their differences on the other hand, they are being praised and complimented for the same differences. They all wonder who they should believe and come to an empowering realization at the end.
  • A Death in the Family

    by Mark Pifher
    Tom O’Brien, a journalist, has lost his wife, Laura, to cancer. Katie, his college aged daughter, and Katie’s brother no longer have a mother. In their attempt to mend a strained relationship, father and daughter agree to jointly write a journal, the content of which will focus on their investigation into the brutal murder of a Senate staffer. Their efforts will trigger a chain of events, some planned, others seemingly totally fortuitous. Before they can take the next step in rebuilding thei... more
  • Just Like the Birdies

    by Ngozi MBONU
    Birds are free and so are we... Just like the birdies is written to encourage children to be free to express themselves through their unique nature, talents, and abilities. This book captures the beauty of birds, to each a unique pattern. Amongst the birds is the most unique that soars very high even through the toughest situation and that is the eagle, Just like the birdies encourages Children to soar high and be the best they can be Dive into this story and let your Child's imagination soar!
  • Molly: The Best Behaved Student

    by Ngozi Elizabeth Mbonu
    Molly has struggled at school, but with a little bit of hard work, determination, and support from her teachers, parents, and friends, she is set up for success. She shows kindness to her peers and encourages everyone around her. She also loves to read the Bible and hear stories about Jesus. At school, she shares the good news about the love of Jesus with her friends on the playground. On Meet the Teacher night, Molly and her classmates show off their talents on stage and make their parents extr... more
  • Tatiana

    by Ngozi Elizabeth Mbonu
    Tatiana is a story about a little girl who feels she doesn't belong. The students at school tease her daily and she had enough. One day she decides to escape from it all and ventures off into the forest outside of her small town. Here, Tatiana meets a friend full of wisdom and a kind heart. Tatiana is taught to open her eyes to a much bigger and better world filled with love. Tatiana learns to embrace who she is and let the light within her shine bright!
  • The Bequest

    by B. E. Baker

    Two widows, six kiddos, and a will that leaves them a massive cattle ranch, but only if they work it for a year.

    Abigail and Amanda may have married brothers, but they have almost nothing else in common (and really, they never did get along very well). After their husbands both pass away within a year of one another, they have no reason to interact. Their connection drops to an awkward phone call on birthdays and an exchange of holiday cards.

    Until an eccentric u... more

  • Cicada City: A Bug Club Story

    by Gina Gallois
    Cicada City is the first in a series about a dynamic trio of best friends who love bugs! As they learn about cicadas in real life, they create a fantasy land for the shells they find, go viral on social media with parental guidance, and ultimately raise money to help fund a new display at their local nature center. This book is 32 pages of fun facts and inclusive, imaginative play for kids 3-8.
  • I Don't Want to be Scary on Halloween

    by Gina Gallois
    Poppy Opossum does NOT want to be scary on Halloween. Everyone is already afraid of her. Pepper Porcupine and Sassy Skunk promise to help, but will they find the perfect costume in time to go trick-or-treating? Kids 3-8 and their grown ups will love this hauntingly adorable story about a gentle opossum who doesn't want to make anyone scream.
  • Les opossums à la rescousse

    by Gina Gallois
    Ce livre est en français. English description below. Maman Opossum et ses bébés sont de retour pour donner un coup de main à leur nouvelle amie, Petite Souris, qui cherche sa famille. Accompagneras-tu la famille Opossum pendant leur trajet à travers la forêt ? Mama Opossum awakens to count her 10 sleeping babies - but wait! Eleven? That can’t be right! A baby mouse has snuggled in with the joeys. She must be lost. Young readers are invited to join the Opossum Family in their quest to find... more
  • Opossums to the Rescue

    by Gina Gallois
    Mama Opossum awakens to count her 10 sleeping babies - but wait! Eleven? That can’t be right! A baby mouse has snuggled in with the joeys. She must be lost. Young readers are invited to join the Opossum Family in their quest to find Baby Mouse’s family by comparing her features to the animals they meet. Does Baby Mouse have long ears like rabbits? Strong claws like moles? A flickering tongue like a snake? Each page is a new adventure as families and classes can discuss similarities and dif... more
  • Les mésaventures de Maman Opossum

    by Gina Gallois
    Maman Opossum a besoin de ton secours pour retrouver ses 10 bébés avant le lever du soleil. L’aideras-tu ? Mama Opossum needs a helper to find her 10 little joeys before sunrise! All the opossum joeys ride along with Mama to find food, but when Mama stumbles and falls, all 10 joeys roll off in a different direction. When you help Mama find her babies, you’ll also meet a whole village of other nocturnal animals along the way. This sweet imaginative story makes a perfect companion to the ... more
  • Cats and Dogs Make the Best of Friends

    by Gina Gallois
    Sage and Jaz have been best friends forever. They love all the same things.But what happens when Sage’s family adopts kittens and Jaz’s family brings home a puppy dog? Cats and Dogs Make the Best of Friends is bursting with adorable kids, playful kitties, and one sweet puppy dog who helps Sage realize that it’s OK to change your mind and you don’t have to choose to love cats OR dogs. You can love BOTH! Sage and Jaz love their pets so much, they have to invent a slew of their own silly new ... more
  • Mama Opossum's Misadventures

    by Gina Gallois
    Mama Opossum needs a helper to find her 10 little joeys before sunrise. All the opossum joeys ride along with Mama to find food, but when Mama stumbles and falls, all 10 joeys roll off in a different direction. When you help Mama find her babies, you'll also meet a whole village of other nocturnal animals along the way. This sweet imaginative story makes a perfect companion to the first book in the series, Opossum Opposites.
  • The Reversible Mask" An Elizabethan Spy Novel

    by Loretta Goldberg
    My debut novel draws loosely on the career of an adventurer, Sir Anthony Standen, who inserted himself into the religious wars of the day and tried to moderate English and Spanish policy. An English Catholic courtier, he left England in the 1560s and spied for Catholic Spain against European Protestants. But his nationalism was aroused when the threat to England intensified. He became one of Protestant Elizabeth I’s most effective spies abroad, while on Spain’s payroll. My fascination in fictio... more
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