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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Moon Food Cafe

    by William Hageman
    It's the early eighties and OLNEY GARKLE has returned to California after several years of itinerant travel in Europe and Asia, culminating in a failed love affair in Paris. His immediate goal is to put an end to his life of hedonism-on-a-shoestring by getting a job. With modest bills in the mailbox of a modest apartment he can then begin the book that he hopes will give vent to his greatest outrage: the triumph of politics over people, and resolve his greatest conflict: the battle between lu... more
  • Men of Khyber

    by Om Soni
    Jawar Dil is the influential and charismatic leader of a powerful Hindu clan in Khyber. His skill in maintaining peace and harmony between many different factions and amidst the complex relationships that abound in the region are legendary, but after the death of his beloved wife he decides to retreat from public life and live as a spiritual recluse in Jalalabad. \tWith the clan now left dependent on Jawar’s untested son, Jai, it isn’t long before radical elements emerge to take advantage. En... more
  • 978-0-9967130-2-3

    by Jean Rover
    Something's amiss in Oregon's backcountry. A teacher spots a scruffy stranger loitering near the Forest Lake grade school, and there's a young boy missing in a neighboring county. Then eight-year-old Cody Benson, on an outing with his grandfather in the Big Bat Wilderness area, vanishes. Ken Blake, the deputy sheriff coordinating the search for Cody thinks he wandered off and froze to death. Cally Benson, Cody's mother, and eventually, the townsfolk are convinced a registered sex offender, livin... more
  • Bryla's Amazing Imagination

    by LaTasha Reynolds
    Bryla's Amazing Imagination: Bryla Visits the Moon is centered on a 6-year old little girl named Bryla, who has a natural fascination for astronomy. Each night, Bryla's fascination grows stronger for the Moon, and playing games of hide-and-seek just aren’t enough. Bryla desires to visit the Moon but doesn't know how to reach the galaxy from her suburban home. After explaining her desires to her mother, she teaches Bryla the importance of using imagination to make dreams come true.
  • Crossing the Pressure Line

    by Laura Anne Bird
    Crossing the Pressure Line is a contemporary middle grade novel that presents a plucky, deeply reflective heroine who grieves the untimely loss of her grandfather, puts her self-confidence to the test, and learns how to listen to the courageous voice inside.
  • White Birch

    by Paul Edmund Lessard
    White Birch by Paul Edmund Lessard is a darkly humorous novel about the trappings of generational wealth and the human cost of ambition. The White Birch Hotel in the city of Tuffty Town teems with poorly kept secrets: detectives tapping lobby phones for news of banished royals; nervous lovers hiding traces of their trysts from prying eyes; captains of finance hatching plans in the thick haze of the smoking bar. We find among this clamour Henry Huvvy: bon vivant, boulevardier, and mainstay ... more
  • The Black Knight and the Voyage to the Dark Seas

    by Marcus Donaldson
    Pirates, beasts and battles! With his brother’s life at stake, the fearless Black Knight is catapulted into a rescue mission that leads him and his crew into the heart of the Dark Seas and the terrifying beasts within. Not only will he have to survive these monsters, but he must also face an enemy he thought he’d never see again.
  • A Flamingo's Story

    by Joel Chiok
    Salmon was a prominent flamingo in his community, but just as things were going well for him his life took an unexpected turn. Follow along his journey to find out what happens! This book is also based on the story of Joseph in the bible and aims to depict God’s faithfulness in fulfilling the dreams He placed in our hearts. This book contains beautiful illustrations and is targeted for children.
  • Sex Business Tokyo

    by Alta Eva Bourne
    This is the story of an Australian dancer named Angela, who travels to Tokyo seeking work in cabaret. Angela's story is set in the 1980s. It portrays the slow seduction of the naïve girl, who willingly enters her own concept of sex business amidst the busy nightlife of Tokyo's entertainment centres. It is the story of sex, money, men and the voice within Angela, who becomes the most significant identity in her journey seeking fame through prostitution. Angela is cheated, betrayed, and then be... more
  • The Carousel King and the Space Mission

    by Leticia Ordaz
    He’s too scared to ride! Can this brave Latinx boy overcome his fear and fly to the moon and back? Maxton can’t wait to try new things. So, when he spots a beautiful carousel at the zoo, he’s jumping up and down to take a turn on the super-cool dragon. But as the merry-go-round starts to spin, the startled kid jumps off terrified! After the magical fire-breathing beast appears in Maxton’s sleep with words of encouragement, he wakes up determined to try again. Now bursting with courage, h... more
  • Where Would Santa Go?

    by Julia Inserro
    If you could travel the world, where would you go? How about Antarctica, Costa Rica, Tanzania, Nepal, Egypt, Iceland and Oman? Now who do you take with you? How about the most famous world traveler who’s seen it all? Spark a curiosity for other countries and cultures in your little ones. Open their eyes to travel, geography, history and adventure! Join Santa in this playful sleigh-ful Christmas adventure as he shows you all his favorite places around the world from his magic sleigh on Ch... more
  • My Camel Wants to Be a Unicorn

    by Julia Inserro
    Why would a camel want to be a unicorn? •\tDid she eat too many unicorn cupcakes? •\tDid she read too many unicorn books? •\tWhat could possibly be the problem? Come along on this fun and silly adventure and find out just why my camel wants to be a unicorn. You might be surprised. Developing empathy is crucial for establishing relationships, making connections with others and behaving compassionately. Explaining, embracing and encouraging the concept of empathy is so important when rais... more
  • Nonni's Moon

    by Julia Inserro
    Missing someone far away is hard. It's hard if you're a grown-up. It's even harder if you're a child. No one knows more than Beanie how hard it is to live far away from loved ones. But then she figures out a way she and Nonni can send messages back and forth.... through the moon! Parents love Nonni's Moon because they know how important it is to keep family and friends close to our hearts, even at great distances and circumstances. Nonni’s Moon can help explain bereavement or absence of ... more
  • The Do-Over Day

    by Julia Inserro
    Some days everything just seems to go wrong: •\tyour little sister presses the elevator button first •\tyou're not allowed to wear your mermaid costume to the dentist •\tyou can't wear your snorkel in the bathtub But how great would it be if we could learn how to have a do-over day? It could give us a chance to look at a situation differently. Even parents can have do-over days, too. Learning how to control or manage our emotions is not easy for adults, so how can we demand it of our ki... more
  • The Love Light

    by Stephanie Mund
    Inside of you is a light that shines as bright as the day. But what happens when that light starts to fade? Learn more about the light that fills us all in this heartwarming picture book about being the light in your world. THE LOVE LIGHT is a timeless story for parents and children alike about daring to be themselves, doing what's right, and how our actions affect others and the light inside ourselves. A concrete tool for educators and parents to offer a new perspective into the beauty in al... more
  • Rebel's Knot

    by Cryssa Bazos
    Ireland 1652: In the desperate, final days of the English invasion . . . A fey young woman, Áine Callaghan, is the sole survivor of an attack by English marauders. When Irish soldier Niall O'Coneill discovers his own kin slaughtered in the same massacre, he vows to hunt down the men responsible. He takes Áine under his protection and together they reach the safety of an encampment held by the Irish forces in Tipperary. Hardly a safe haven, the camp is rife with danger and intrigue. Áine is a s... more