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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Blockbuster

    by Richard H. Smith
    It is the summer of 1975, and movie theater manager Nate Burton must handle the swirl of events connected with the arrival of Jaws. He has taken the theater job because financial disadvantages have prevented him from attending college, and he envies the privileged high school kids employed at the theater. He falls for one of his college-bound employees, Carrie Jenkins, but must contend with her impressive boyfriend, Owen Becker. Along with custodian, Spence Reeves, an aging former Buffalo Soldie... more
  • Media Queen

    by Michelle Prak

    Jordyn Fairweather has worked hard to reach the top of the magazine world, but now she’s in trouble.

    Younger stars are scrambling to steal her crown, and media companies are collapsing around her in the face of a new threat - the internet.

    She’s come a long way from small town Beddo, where she obsessed over teen glossies until pushing her way into an internship with Sixteen magazine. But if Jordyn’s empire is going to survive, she needs to move fast and keep rein... more

  • Sneasy the Greasy Babysits Abigail

    by Michelle Birdsong
    Kind and gentle Abigail Gold needs a babysitter. In walks Sneasy the Greasy. He wheezes, he sneezes and his hair is full of greases! But during an afternoon with Abigail, Sneasy learns the meaning of true friendship, honesty, and a life free of grease.
  • Sirma

    by Reni Stankova
    Sirma is 17 when she loses her two best friends to Amza Bey's mountain outlaws. The village elders do nothing, so Sirma dresses up like a man and takes the lead of her own mountain gang dedicated to protecting the villages. This is the story of a real historical figure who took part in the Haiduk movement during the reign of the Ottoman Empire.
  • Becca Goes Batty

    by Larissa Symbouras
    Join Becca, who loves all animals (except bats), her parents, and her best friend as they make their way through the zoo one sunny afternoon, learning interesting and unusual facts about the animals they see along the way. When her family reaches the last exhibit, Becca learns the most interesting thing of all - the value of facing her fear.
  • Kindled Embers (The Dryad's Cede 1)

    by K. C. Simos
    When the Royal Pearl is stolen from the Palace, Eliza's foster father becomes the main suspect. The police assume the verse left behind is the thief's calling card, but Eliza believes it may be a riddle. The two embark on an adventure to clear his name, where Eliza proves to him just how resourceful a twelve-year-old-girl can be.
  • I'm a? A Book of Rhymes, Riddles, and Choices Halloween Edition

    by Nicole Beil
    Follow Collin and Claire on this Halloween adventure as they lead you into a vampire's lair, a witch's shack where she's cooking up a magical spell, and running from zombies before the night ends. With either you or your child as the reader, guessing the correct answer to the riddle from the multiple-choice page is sure to bring fun and excitement. Containing riddles about pumpkins, candy and creatures in wonky colorful illustrations, giving you all those spooky Halloween feels. Bring your best ... more
  • Belle's Big Day: The Tale of a Rambunctious Goldendoodle

    by Sydney Whitman
    Belle's Big Day tells the tale of a silly and rambunctious goldendoodle that chases a butterfly and escapes from her yard while her human is out and about. What kind of fun trouble will Belle get into while her owner is away?
  • The Truth in a Lie

    by Jan Turk Petrie
    Called to the bedside of her ailing mother, successful writer Charlotte Preece is astonished when Duncan, her ex-husband, turns up. Is he being supportive, or does he have other motives? And then the two of them are snowed in together…
  • The Corgi Miracle: A True Story

    by Tara S. Reidenbaugh
    “The Corgi Miracle”: sweet, moving, tale inspired by true events about one family’s discovery of faith and resilience in the face of the disappearance of their beloved Corgi. A feel-good tale that appeals to younger readers and adults alike.
  • The Holy Conspiracy

    by Kristi Saare Duarte
    After the brutal execution of Jesus, his disciples gather in Jerusalem to continue spreading his teachings of oneness with God. One day, a stranger named Paul approaches them with a wild tale of Jesus risen from death as the Savior and Messiah. The disciples object: their teacher was just a humble man, not a divine being. When Paul insists, a bitter battle of faith ensues. But how can these poor, uneducated disciples keep Jesus’s legacy alive in a world of treachery and deceit, where the rich an... more
  • Blind Journey

    by Donald Burge
    born blind and thrown in the garbage, Duwan, 12, is the village of Om's goatherd. When the village is destroyed by raiders he must lead his hateful tin brother across 500 leagues of desert to escape being murdered and to find the prophet who heals blind eyes. Initial setting: 35 CE, Village of Om, along the Euphrates River. Wild dogs, slavers, highwaymen, and Roman soldiers are among their challenges.
  • Hope and Freckles: Fleeing to a Better Forest

    by Bill Kiley
    Hope, a white-tailed deer, and her spotted fawn, Freckles, are facing hunger and danger in their forest. Hope decides that they must leave their home and go in search of a better place where they will be safe. When they arrive at a new forest, Hope and Freckles face unexpected challenges that will force them apart. Will they be reunited?
  • I'm a? A Book of Rhymes, Riddles, and Choices

    by Nicole Beil
    Follow Rachel and Randy on a detective adventure as they solve each riddle in this fun, interactive children's book for ages 0-7. With colorful illustrations they'll take you on an African safari to be greeted by a lion, snow-covered mountains where there's a pasture full of cuddly sheep, and more. With either you or your child as the reader, trying to guess the correct answer to the riddle from the multiple-choice page is sure to cause an exciting interaction.
  • Laughter of a Crazy Man

    by Michel Dioubate

    The book you always wanted to read but could not find.

  • The Jellies and the Crunchers

    by Matt Bell
    The Jellies and The Crunchers deals with a community that is sharply divided on how to act, dress, think, and what to eat. There is a great conflict in the community and an even greater resolution led by a brave little girl who brings the community together. It is a beautifully illustrated and fun book for children of grades 1-3 to be read to and 4-8 to read and discuss.

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