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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • My Very Punny Dad

    by Ryan Milligan
    My Very Punny Dad is a story for parents with an appreciation of word play and kids who are starting to understand all the silly ways in which language can be used. While a young girl goes about her day, her father wants to keep the laughs coming with his constant puns and “dad jokes”. But just like snacking on cheese, can there be too much of a gouda thing? Humor through rhythm and rhyme from author Ryan Milligan, combined with heartfelt illustrations by Justin Castaneda make for a reading expe... more
  • The Scandinavian Aggressors

    by Rowdy Geirsson

    An offbeat odyssey into the freezing heart of the modern Northlands, The Scandinavian Aggressors chronicles Rowdy Geirsson's tireless quest to uncover the secret history of the early 21st century's resurgence of authentic viking activity known as the Modern Viking Movement.

    Along the way he meets modern viking luminaries such as Trond "Troll-Breath" Trondsen, who successfully raided a historic monastery's gift shop in England; Björn Svensson, who habi... more

  • That's Ridiculous, Said Nicholas

    by Cheryl Taragin
    “That’s Ridiculous, Said Nicholas” is a picture book for children ages 3 to 8. Nicholas Jon Paul Martin William Annabelle Tydings is an energetic young daredevil who walks to the beat of his own drum. He wants to be treated like a sensible child, but people often tell him things he knows cannot be true like don't make faces, your face will freeze like that, or you broke this mirror, it will bring seven years of bad luck. Then he always said, “That's ridiculous,” and moved on. With the help of hi... more
  • Love, Sex & Murder Shows

    by Kelly Banks

    Emily Caine leads a quiet life. At the end of a long week, all Emily wants to do is curl up on her sofa and watch some true crime.

    Nothing beats corn chips and murder shows.

    When an old school friend pays a visit, Emily begins a journey of sexual awakening that leads to the world of crime and murder she’s come to know so well.

    There’s about to be one less angel in Los Angeles.

     

    From the Pu... more

  • How To Grow A Pilot Seed

    by R. Banks
    A girl pilot, no way! Not without first seeing it through the mind's eye. "How To Grow a Pilot Seed" is a heartwarming story of a girl who wants to be a pilot, but is told by a classmate that only boys can be pilots. Fly away with her on a journey to far off places and "impossible" dreams as her mother helps her see with her mind's eye. "How to Grow A Pilot Seed" is a bright and colorful story that shares the importance of planting seeds of self-visualization in children to teach that- if you ca... more
  • Araye

    by Adenike Oni
    Everyone, except Araye, looked forward to the arrival of the crown prince. Despite her disinterest, she didn't expect that the crown prince would be her trial—the beginning of her trials. When she discovers that her betrothed is Prince Dovian's close friend, deceit and betrayal make her doubt everything she holds dear. Will she be able to stay true to her heart when the final tragedy strikes?
  • The Legend of Lilia: A Novel Based on a True Story

    by Christopher P. Redwine

    "The Legend of Lilia" is the story of Lilia Litvyak, who at 15 made her first solo flight in a wood and canvas biplane. By the age of 21 she was the most dangerous woman in the sky as an ace fighter pilot over the Eastern Front of WWII. Research was gathered through in person interviews in post-Soviet Russia, with veteran female pilots and mechanics, Colonels of Lilia's regiment, historians, and declassified records from Soviet archives. "The Legend of Lilia" tells the... more

  • Communication Station

    by MaryRose Geroulakis
    Are you searching for a meaningful, inclusive story containing tools to help your child become a successful communicator? Do you want to raise acceptance and celebrate the autistic community? Then meet Miles and his trusted pal Puzzles! You are sure to be touched by Miles, a clever, authentic boy with Autism who overcomes obstacles embarking on a trip to space. His dog Puzzles teaches successful tools to communicate words and emotions when met with a broken spaceship, new alien friends, a... more
  • Number Seven and the Life Left Behind

    by Mayumi Hirtzel
    Number Seven is a soldier-turned-bodyguard. His assignment: keep sheltered Olympic hopeful Kirill Morozov unharmed, untouched, and under control until he wins the gold. An easy job if only Kirill weren’t so desperate for a woman’s touch. And if Seven’s superior, Number Two, weren’t scrutinizing their every move. Seven enlists an old friend to satisfy Kirill’s lonely needs. But Number Two discovers their extracurricular activities, dropping Seven into a labyrinth of indecent proposals and explosi... more
  • Pete vs the City of Chicago

    by Brian Rosten
    Pete Martinen is perfectly happy splitting time between his mom and dad on weekends, visiting his Grandma Zoe almost daily, and putting ketchup on a hotdog without judgment, until his father decides to move from Detroit to Chicago for work. When his mother agrees to uproot and follow, Pete’s life descends into chaos just before his seventh grade year. Chicago isn’t all bad, to be sure, but it’s not the sites and sounds of a new city that have Pete hopeful, it’s the people he meets. He makes new ... more
  • Mr. Fluff and the Tall Tower

    by David Brandt
    Learn new Vocabulary with Mr. Fluff the Cat! When Mr. Fluff, a rascally orange tabby, moves from the suburbs to the big city, he isn’t sure he likes his new home. In this timeless new series, evocative of vintage-styled 1960’s illustrated early reader books, an adventurous cat explores city living. Lying on his belly soaking up the warm sun and listening to the birds outside, Mr. Fluff had the perfect life, or so he thought. When the orange tabby goes for a car ride one day with his human ... more
  • Brianna in Cymru

    by T N Traynor
    Christian Historical Romance – with just-a-dash of magical realism. 1664. Rhiannon and her daughter Brianna have been given a powerful gift, when they lay hands on people they are healed. Instead of being seen as beautiful demonstrations of faith, the miracles are called witchcraft. When the witch hunter Black Wolf embarks on his relentless hunt for them, Brianna’s world is torn apart. On the run from him and racing for her life, she receives respite in the sleepy hamlet of Trap. Among ... more
  • Tales of Vastelbram: Wild Eyes

    by JT Woods
    In Tales of Vastelbram: Wild Eyes, we follow Lieutenant Wyla Remsca as she struggles to deliever a letter across enemy lines. Starting with a simple order and quickly spiraling out of control into a cross country odyssey with the son of a farmer and an enemy soldier, Wyla constantly struggles with the overwhelming urge to abandon the entire operation and run far, far away. As tension builds within the group and tempers flare, will she follow through with her orders? Why was such a dangerous m... more
  • Broken Moon

    by John L. Lansdale
    She learned to ride from her mother. She learned to shoot from her father. Billie Jo Dobbs was born to a Cheyenne mother and a US Marshal father. After an attack claiming her mother’s life, she moves to Kansas with her father to start over. Years later in 1876, her father is ambushed at their homestead. With his dying breath he warns Billie Jo, saving her life. Billie Jo flees to Rainbow Peak, Kansas on her Indian pony Bittersweet, looking for a few friendly faces. She convinces Judge Fuller N... more
  • Willie Wombat's Walk

    by Sandra Swain
    Sandy has read many stories to her three children and her eight grandchildren and knows how bad a kid feels if not invited. She is called Grandma, Mimi, and Grandma No Dogs by her grandchildren. She is a Realtor in the Cleveland area, and enjoys living near Lake Erie. She published a local history entitled By the Buckeye. Sandy was also a trustee at a local community college for 15 years.
  • Maya and Marcus Go to the Bank

    by Kennedy Thibou Jr.
    Maya and Marcus Go to the Bank is a rhyming children’s picture book introducing young readers to money, saving, and banking. Maya and Marcus are two Black siblings who are saving for a special Mother’s Day surprise. Follow Maya and Marcus as they outgrow their piggy banks and open a savings account at their local bank to achieve their goal.

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