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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Hey Honey: My Favorite Spot (Hey, Honey! Book 3)

    by Paula I. Carr
    It’s Game Night and Honey can hardly wait. From her favorite spot on the sofa, she watches Mommy get ready for guests. Pretty soon, all the seats are full, Honey is still in her favorite spot, and everyone is having fun. Then a new guest arrives, a girl with braces on her legs. Will Honey surrender her favorite spot to a total stranger? No, but she might to a new friend.
  • Hey Honey: Honey Comes Home (Hey, Honey! Book 1)

    by Paula I. Carr
    When Honey’s owner can no longer take care of her, she goes to live in a rescue center to be adopted. Meanwhile, a nice woman in the same town is looking everywhere to adopt an English bulldog, but can’t seem to find one. The woman visits the rescue center and meets a number of interesting dogs, but doesn’t feel that special connection. Then she finally sees Honey and they both know it’s a perfect match. There’s only one problem: another family has already agreed to adopt her!
  • Hey, Honey: I Love Snow!

    by Paula I. Carr
    Honey wakes up to a winter wonderland and she can’t wait to get outside and play with Congo, next door. She’ll even let Mommy dress her in a funny-looking sweater! But her friend Justice waits inside because he’s small and the snow is deep. Honey invites him to play in her snow maze and soon Justice loves snow, too!
  • OLIVER the Schnoodle

    by Marta elena Vassilakis
    OLIVER the Schnoodle is a 32 page 8.5 x 11 Hardcover Children's Book featuring a real white dog . The book is 3/4 photography and 1/4 illustrated. This first book is an " I Like to... " book featuring Oliver enjoying all of his favorite activities that make his life great and fun! All around positive message!
  • Second Coming

    by D. B. Borton
    Hank Jones isn’t kidnapped by aliens. He goes voluntarily. What does he have to lose? It’s spring break, 2007. His freshman comp students have taken their bad grammar and bad attitudes to Florida. His dissertation, a semiotic study of package labeling in the 40s and 50s, is going nowhere. And his ex is sleeping with his dissertation director. So when two aliens walk into a bar in Bloomington, Indiana, looking for directions, he’s their man. And they need help, that’s clear. It’s 2007, and they ... more
  • One with Bird: And Other Stories

    by Douglas K German
    It is 1938 out on a farm three hundred miles west of Omaha as Ruby puts her love for her husband, Aksel, on the line to stand with their son, Carsten, who Aksel has rejected as a sissy. Then three barefoot urchins lulling away a 1950s summer day down by the railroad tracks get caught up with a sex predator in a most unusual and humorous way. Over ensuing years, Douglas German’s stories move from the town cop, Biggie Bud, who shares his wisdom with twelve-year-old Frank Viig who is devastated ... more
  • 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

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