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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Very Unluckily Lucky Quaroo

    by Magic Mike
    "The Very Unluckily Lucky Quaroo", by author/illustrator Magic Mike, follows the utterly unlucky plight, of an extraordinarily lucky bird, who learns, in the midst of its uncomely misfortune, to be precious about what makes it special and unique!
  • The Wrong Rock

    by JP Cawood
    Martin the Mushroom was born on the wrong rock. He embarks on an epic journey across the sea to get to another rock covered with enthusiastic mushrooms. But Martin doesn't look the same as those mushrooms and they push him away. Martin's adventure teaches an inspiring and valuable lesson about equality by exposing the truth that... despite our differences, we are all living on the same rock. 34 pages of full-color images based on artwork from the short film of the same name.
  • Doggy Barks in the Van

    by Yvonne Roehler
    Pre K. Doggy Barks in the Van. Bright and colorful full-page illustrations add to the excitement of this hilarious picture book featuring Doggy and his family on a trip in the family van. Doggy has an excitement for life that is not always shared by those around him as he bounces around the van getting into mischief. Woof! Woof! This book will keep children engaged as they howl with laughter at Doggy's antics. www.doggybarks.com
  • Steve the Mule

    by Shanna Hatfield
    Steve the Mule has an important job at his family’s ranch in 1910 Pendleton, Oregon. Explore a day in his life as he keeps an eye on little Willa. When he discovers trouble brewing, Steve races off to save her. Will he make it in time? USA Today Bestselling Author Shanna Hatfield and talented illustrator Rob Foote offer this lighthearted tale full of laughter and fun for young readers, ages 3-8.
  • Sons of My Fathers

    by Michael A. Simpson
    Sons of My Fathers, based on the true story of author Michael A. Simpson’s family, is a multi-generational journey that intertwines two dramatic stories set one hundred years apart—the heroic saga of 19-year-old Ulysses Simpson who, when "hell comes to Georgia," joins his father on a course of revenge, a path that will forever change the destiny of their clan. And the true tale of another young Simpson man six generations later who, despite his moral reservations, enlists in the U.S. Army, follo... more
  • Jerome & HIs Women

    by Joan O'Hagan
    Historical fiction about the controversial Saint Jerome is given a contemporary twist When the Pontiff commissions Jerome to translate the Bible into Latin, it is a political masterstroke. Jerome’s Vulgate displaces the many alternative biblical texts and plays a critical role in establishing Christianity as a world religion, with Rome at its centre. What is less known is that Jerome is assisted by a circle of aristocratic women who risk their lives in the pursuit of their ideals. Chief among ... more
  • Rhapsody in Letters

    by Nicholas Grosso
    An unwieldy descent into the creative mind and the process of composing a novel. From the initial spark, that first idea, image, feeling that drives the project, to the struggles against and conversations with its influences and characters, through to the final product found in your hands, this book takes readers on a fabulous journey through literature and the heart & mind of its author.
  • Separate and parallel

    by Beverly Williams
  • Legends of the Grail: Stories of Celtic Goddesses

    by Ayn Cates Sullivan
    A collection of Irish myths and legends told in the traditional way, with a twist. Each Goddess, generally demonized or misunderstood, has the chance to retell her story in a way that liberates her from centuries of misunderstanding. Some of the legends date back eight thousand years, yet the wisdom is timeless.
  • Silhouettes

    by E. L. Tenenbaum
    A bittersweet story about family, friendship and the impact one life can have on others, no matter how young it is. Brooke was just killed in an accident, but a part of her is still here. Seeking answers, she sets out to retrace her life and soon meets others like herself, among them, Tyler. Tyler remembers Brooke from before, and so she hesitantly gives him the one thing she never bothered to when they were alive; a chance. Together, they visit the people and places in their small beach town th... more
  • Riding Shotgun on the Normal Stage: The Surprising Story of What Happens When in 1875, a Tarahumara Indian, from the Sierra Madr

    by F. Richard Allen
    In 1875, Isidro, a Tarahumara Indian from the Sierra Madre Mountains of Mexico, immigrates to America. He brings with him his tribe's unique hunting skills best described as persistence hunting which requires long distance running. He arrives in the western town of Normal and quickly learns to read and write. Although an Indian, he is guardedly accepted because of his relationship with the local blacksmith, Gottlieb Hegwer. What happens when the Kilgory brothers gang arrives in town bent on ... more
  • Being Davanté (Beautifully Unbroken™ Young Adult Series Book 1)

    by Michelle St. Claire
    Davanté's heart sinks to the lowest of depths. He cannot lose his mother now. He is only seventeen years old. He has not learned enough about life to be on his own. He does not know how to live. He is still hiding his artistic talents out of fear of revealing his inadequacies to the world. Just as he begins to bravely let his mother go , Davanté's father, an ex-convict, pursues his son with dogged determination. Davanté is having none of it. Eventually, Davanté runs away from the world... more
  • Fast Punk (Beautifully Unbroken Book 11)

    by Michelle St. Claire
    Four streetwise Caribbean-American teens from Brooklyn seek fame and fortune in the gritty 1970's music scene. The band makes questionable decisions while riding the roller coaster of burgeoning fame. They struggle with finding that secluded path to certain stardom and million dollar success. Eventually, the fate of the band takes a peculiar twist, leaving the four friends forever changed.
  • Carlos Solo (Beautifully Unbroken Book 9)

    by Michelle St. Claire
    Carlos Alejandro Alza, a teen migrant from Guatemala, is no match for the Mexican gangs and corrupt coyotes. He is poorly armed, equipped with only his late father's small fishing knife and an enduring innocent heart. Yet somehow, through a long and treacherous journey, Carlos comes of age, blossoming into the strong and courageous young man his father had groomed him to be. Miraculously, Carlos eventually embarks on a new road to healing, family reunification and a new country to call hom... more
  • A Garden for Raina (Beautifully Unbroken (TM) Book 4)

    by Michelle St. Claire
    Raina Calyx, a recent high school graduate, is excited about her once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. She was just accepted to a prestigious university with a full scholarship! Her dreams of becoming a chemist are finally coming true. But her mother, a stern, formidable woman, has refused to let Raina go. Both mother and daughter struggle to overcome their differences and finally see eye to eye. Raina learns her mother's secrets, while her mother re-discovers her own strengths.
  • The Last Princess of Saint-Domingue (Beautifully Unbroken™ Young Adult Series Book 2)

    by Michelle St. Claire
    The Queen prays to the gods for her first and only girl child. The gods readily grant her wish conditioned upon her payment of a great sacrificial price. Sadly, the Queen pays this price after her infant daughter is captured by French slave merchants. The Queen's girl child continues on a journey of struggle and pain in the strange new land of Saint-Domingue. She develops courageous tenacity and strength along the way. Through steadfast resilience, the last princess of Saint-Dom... more

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