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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Patches and the Spirit Bunnies (For Ages 5-9)

    by J. Donnini
    Patches and the Spirit Bunnies is a modern fable that tells the story of a farm cat who spends his days terrorizing a local bunny clan. When the bunnies fight back, they discover that all the cat really wants is the farmer’s love and attention. The cat and the bunnies learn to make peace and even become friends, showing what can happen when you make an effort to look past your differences and see the world from another perspective.
  • Ancestors Calling

    by A. Metis

    A charming picture book with a GREEN message—rich with adventure and lots of love! One night as a Metis child sleeps, her ancestors come calling through her dreams. They’re not demanding like demons, nor are they gruesome like a ghost. They’re friendly and fun and ask the child: “Do you want to go flying with us?” They travel over factories pumping pollution into the air, over trees tired and sick, over animal friends needing our help. Ancestors show the chi... more

  • The DeVine Devils

    by Jeremy Spillman
    It’s the 1800’s, a time when the Wild West earned its name. Young brothers Audie and Shane DeVine have settled into life with their missionary father at an Apache camp when they barely escape a brutal massacre by the US Army. Swearing vengeance, they spend the next decade of their lives with the Apache, honing their skills in music and fighting with deadly accuracy. The DeVine Devils unwittingly become the most famous band of their time, thundering out a rhythm on guitar and drums that brings th... more
  • Change Your Stinkin' Thinkin'

    by Analynn Sardella
    A girl named Marley shows a girl named Charlie how to be positive and happy through out her day.
  • The River Nymph

    by Anne Lovett

    A fleeting glimpse of a girl bathing brings love at first sight. But will they ever meet again?

    Georgia, 1924. Fourteen-year-old Tenny is determined to change her fate. After running away from bleak prospects to a tiny town, she fights to find a respectable place to stay. But with scant belongings and little money, she’s soon battling for survival in a world of dangerous men.

    Pete could never forget the vision of the pretty girl he saw washing in a ri... more

  • Medical Marijuana, True -life success stories

    by Dr. Thomas O'Brien II
    As the first physician to open a practice prescribing Medical Marijuana in New York CIty, UES, I documented my success over two and a half years via an online survey. After reviewing the results and certifing over one thousand patients, I decided to write a book about the benefits of Medical Marijuana. In my new book, “Medical Marijuana, Real-life Success Stories”, I hope to educate people by explaining how medical marijuana can be used to help alleviate the symptoms of many medical conditio... more
  • Stormy Sophie

    by Phillip Lemarque
    Stormy Sophie is book-1 of a 5-book series: Bonjour Never Land
  • Love: A Tangled Knot: New Adult Romance

    by Eichin Chang-Lim
    If love is true, how long should you wait? How much pain should you endure before moving on? With the Golden Gate Bridge in sight, the story begins. Kayla is an ambitious seventeen-year-old who is content to deliver "real-talk" to her boy-crazy best friend, Breeana, while running the high school’s environmentalist club. She has no time or desire for boys, viewing even a crush as an unwanted commitment. Until Russell Mancini joins Beach Cleanup Day. Kayla learns that she’s a sucker for lo... more
  • The River of Life

    by Diana Gonzalez Tabbaa
    Twelve-year-old Anthony is carefree until his beloved father passes away. Questioning suffering and death, Anthony grows distant from God. A heaven-sent friend helps him to see God’s tender providence within the ebb and flow of life, in currents of loss and restoration, and in the living stream of Christ’s Blood. While trying to find the burial site of martyrs and searching for treasures they hid, he finds a hidden treasure that was before him all along: Christ Crucified. Anthony comes to under... more
  • Have You Seen This Fish?

    by Erin Ball
    When his favorite fish, Fritz, goes missing, a young detective must use his best detective skills-- and a little detective determination-- to track a trail of clues through the city and bring his beloved pet home.
  • The Toehead

    by Pete Risley
  • Someday My Love

    by Niki Bhatia
    While children dream about all the possibilities for the future, parents just want to hold on to and enjoy the NOW with their children. Someday My Love is a beautiful story about a father-child bonding time. Pepper and Pappa Panda are spending the day in the city. As they walk around, Pepper observes the adults and thinks about all the career possibilities for the future. Pappa, on the other hand, just wants to enjoy the moment! Author includes discussion questions, writing prompt and other educ... more
  • Bradley and the Magic Carpet

    by Julian Hilton
    Have you ever wanted to fly? Find out what happens when Bradley finds a rolled up carpet lying in his back garden. While picking blackberries for his Dad, Bradley comes across an old rug and falls asleep on it. Imagine his surprise when he wakes up to find he is flying! Who will he meet and how will he solve a very tasty problem? A fun adventure story of kindness for growing imaginations, told in rhyme with beautiful watercolour illustrations for children from 2 to 7.
  • WHEN IS IT OUR TURN (A Short Story)

    by Ruth C Howard
    A SHORT STORY OF MOTHER/CHILD INTERACTION Senior Citizens, especially woman, are most likely to identify with Annette and Hannah, the two main characters who are searching for an understanding of and a connection with the younger generation. Respect and demonstrations of love from their families is vital to their aging process, but the lines of communication seem reversed from the experiences of their earlier years. Their journey to understanding and acceptance is painful and results ... more
  • TERRORISM BEGINS at the HOME

    by Ruth C Howard
    Widower Jason Bender moves into The Southern Towers Apartments with two goals. The first is to finally retire and enjoy the rest of his life. The second is to carry out a task assigned to him by his old friend and mentor General Robert Hotchkiss. Unfortunately, the job Robert has assigned to him takes up more time and attention than he originally anticipated and the pleasure of retirement takes a back seat. Jason finds himself drawn more and more into the web of a terrorist cell ... more

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