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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Alpacas Don't Get Angry!

    This whimsical alpaca book is a great anger management tool for kids. Apollo the alpaca has a story to tell about something that made him feel very angry. When he tried to express himself, nobody believed him, so he got more and more upset… …until his farmer friend stepped in and taught him how to deal with feelings in a safe, and easy way. Find out how Apollo learns to express his tough emotions appropriately, communicate effectively, and rebuild friendships. A great story about anger man... more
  • Did You Say Pasghetti? Dusty and Danny Tackle Dyslexia

    Danny is having some trouble in school, and his best friend Dusty wants to help. The only thing is, Dusty is a dog, and he's not the quickest learner either. Join Dusty and Danny on a humorous adventure as they learn to train their brains, understand dyslexia, and tackle their learning challenges. This book for kids on dyslexia and learning differently will help ALL children develop a positive mindset towards learning and kindness towards others. The story, which is told by Danny's best... more
  • Sparrows

    by Rose Betit
    It’s 1972 and Isabelle is four years old. She, her eight-year-old brother, and their mother are grappling with yet another harsh Maine winter under crushing poverty. With their father absent, their mother takes the children South to Georgia to be near her family. Their extreme economic hardship continues as residents of a public housing complex in Albany. Their lives become juxtaposed with the phenomenon of “White Flight” as they, a Caucasian family, become a local minority living among a societ... more
  • Lipstick Covered Magnet

    by Amber Herbert
  • Eli's Redemption

    by Paul Attaway
    Five years ago, Eli Atkins, betrayed and abandoned, fled Charleston to avoid the death penalty for a crime he did not commit. Landing in the Bahamas, he sought refuge in a new identity. But angry, lonely, and adrift, he remained aloof, never allowing anyone close enough to hurt him. When fate introduces Eli to ageing Scottish golf pro, Lach McGregor, he finds reason to hope. Lach too is burdened by an incalculable loss, and together, teacher and student, they are each a lifeline for the other... more
  • Along Came Oliver

    by Kelle Lima
    First Lilly was sad for Oliver, the new kid at school. But then, jealousy grew inside of her like a balloon being filled up with air. And, as if it couldn’t get any worse, her cat goes missing! Did she just lose her best friend and her pet at the same time? Don't forget to check out Along Came Oliver's activity book that will teach multiple approaches to handle jealousy or any of the other languages!
  • Still Black

    by Tammy Ferebee

    Skin color is not race.

    Seventeen-year-old Malachi takes nothing for granted. Although his albinism makes him stand out in any crowd, he lives a blessed life with loving, supportive parents and an accepting peer group. Life is grand and he’s thankful for it all—until Bennett Dickson moves into his neighborhood.

    Bennett Dickson, a blatant racist, robs the idyllic community of its warmth. His constant provoking sets the neighborhood on edge, but his hateful taun... more

  • The Crooked Little Pieces: Volume 1

    by Sophia Lambton

    Lost are the creatures destined never to be understood.

    1926. Professor Josef van der Holt obtains a post at an all women’s college overseas. Stuffy London suddenly becomes the site for the unseemly exploits of his half-Dutch and half-German daughters Anneliese and Isabel. When tragedy carves out a hollow in their lives, a severed soul sends the sororal twins along a jagged path: while Isabel takes flight in sensual hedonism Anneliese skirts danger in her role as sleuth. Elusive a... more

  • Moss

    by Joe Pace
    Isaiah Moss was one of the greatest American writers of the 20th century. His illegitimate son Oscar Kendall wasn't. Living in Isaiah's inescapable shadow, Oscar has become an inveterate quitter who hides his own literary work from the world rather than suffer the pain of failure or rejection. When Isaiah suddenly dies, Oscar inherits the old man's lakefront writing cabin in New Hampshire. There he finds his father's typewriter, a full liquor cabinet, and an unpublished manuscript of such gen... more
  • David God's Chosen Crucible

    by Joseph Ganci
    David is every man’s man, an outlaw prophet, a man of war, and a man of God. He is a ruthless warrior, an ardent lover, skilled musician, and poet-philosopher. God sees in him the heart of a lion, the tenacity of a bear, and an ever-faithful man of action. God calls an unlikely and lowly shepherd boy to become the king of the Jews and fighting prince of Israel. David overcomes all odds in escaping every snare, evading every trap, and learns from every encounter, growing in understanding a... more
  • The Silent Are Rising

    by Jordan Noeding
    A daughter is brought into this world by the hands of a power not seen in the empire in over two hundred years. A girl with white irises, flickering with flashes of grey and power over the Dead creatures from the land of Mortuusva. With terrifying potential, she is raised within the Empire’s elite military organization, the hundrazon, as no more than a weapon. Twenty-five years later, the girl has grown into a woman of legend. Her past horrors used to make her obey the man who is her head hun... more
  • Marigold

    by Will Clarke
    Marigold is a down-on-her-luck massage therapist and former inmate who is determined to “vision board” her way to a better life. She talks to angels and has read The Elements of Abundance over thirty-five times. That is until one day when Krish McKinley, CEO of yoga wear giant Wolf&Bees,® steps into her massage chair and offers to change her life.
  • Adelyn's Adventure on the Beach

    by Charles Bruckerhoff
    In the third book of Adelyn's Adventures, a little girl travels in the summer with her grandparents to the Atlantic seacoast. They stay at a cottage in a secluded cove, with the sand and surf a short distance from their front porch. The little girl meets a host of marine creatures, some very small, some very large. She also meets birds and other land animals that live by the seacoast. She discovers the vastness of the oceans surrounding the earth's surface and the astonishing diversity of plant... more
  • Adelyn's Adventure in the Garden

    by Charles Bruckerhoff
    In the second book of Adelyn's Adventure Series, a little girl chooses to explore the garden her grandparents plant every year. She meets different creatures, each doing its duties for Mother Nature. The garden is where they start life, follow instinct to do their work, and die. Real life is hard. Creatures constantly search for food and build shelters. They must keep watch for enemies and defend their territory. The garden is also a symbol. This is the Garden of Earth, after the Garden of Eden.... more
  • Adelyn's Adventure in the Forest

    by Charles Bruckerhoff
    A little girl seeking an adventure one morning, discovers a footpath in the forest behind her grandparents’ house. Walking on the path she meets wild animals who live there. Each animal reveals basic facts and lessons about the natural world. At the end of the footpath, she realizes this adventure helped her know herself and appreciate important things in life.
  • Autumn Fever

    by Annie Rose
    When professional dancers a hit television show arrive in the village, bored nineteen-year-old cattery assistant, Marigold, feels drawn to the glimmering dance studio she can view from her hilltop home. Marigold was born without a left foot, but that has never slowed down her physical capability, nor her strong work ethic. Rather than join her friends in a new adventure at college, after high school she set to work supporting her widowed mother and infant sister. Her days are filled with chores... more