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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Larry the Alligator: Makes Friends (Volume 1)

    by LaDonna Marie
    Making friends for some children can be difficult. Friendship building is an important part of connecting with others. Join Larry the Alligator as he learns assertiveness, persistence, and confidence while making new friends.
  • If You Look Up to the Sky

    by Angela Dalton
    There are times when a full moon will guide you, a storm will excite you, and a big, blue sky will inspire you to believe anything is possible. These are a few of the many gifts we receive from the sky and universe when life feels scary and confusing. Told by a grandmother to her grandchild, If You Look Up to the Sky is about the power of everlasting love and the ways the sky connects us through good times and bad. It offers a child comfort in knowing that you never need to be afraid... if you ... more
  • The Paris Writers Circle

    by Norma Hopcraft
    A café table in Paris. Four expat writers gather, to eat and to critique their work. At first they’re suspicious of each other, distrustful, secretive, envious, hyper-critical, resentful. Then their personal lives blow up—and they get to know each other…
  • Li'l Booger Buddies Inventors from Outer Space

    by Heather Konet

    Curious creatures called the Li'l Booger Buddies from the planet Boogie Woogie love to invent new things using junk they collect from outer space. They take things that were thrown away by other planets and turn them into inventions that help improve their lives. The story introduces children to the concept and fun of inventing!

  • Li'l Booger Buddies: Inventors Help Out a New Friend

    by Heather Konet

    Curious creatures called the Li'l Booger Buddies from the planet Boogie Woogie love to invent new things using junk they collect from outer space. During a mission to find new space junk they discover a planet where they use their invention skills to help a new friend. The story introduces children to the concept and fun of inventing!

  • A Caravan of Brides: A Novel of Saudi Arabia

    by Kay Hardy Campbell
    After attending college in Lebanon, Fawzia returns home to Jeddah and takes up secretly with her forbidden college sweetheart. When her reckless behavior leads to family tragedy, she is drawn into an unlikely friendship with a mysterious old storyteller, the niece of a legendary Bedouin chief.
  • Potlatch: A Comedy

    by Bruce Hartman
    Have you ever wondered why life seems so complicated, so exhausting, so fattening, and yet so pointless and idiotic? It's all part of the Potlatch. To Alice Coggins, the 24-year-old daughter of a South Philadelphia scam artist, everything looks like a racket: endless serflike internships, student loans that can never be repaid, high-minded charities run by swindlers for the benefit of rich donors. Things only get worse when she meets Andrew Ogleby, a scion of blue-bloods who is engaged to a ... more
  • All to Pieces (Unmentionables Book 2)

    by David Greene
    The epic American Civil War saga continues in this second installment in the Unmentionables book series. Slave catchers kidnap Jimmy and resell him into slavery. Cato risks his own re-enslavement to travel deep into Confederate territory in an all-out search to find his lover.
  • Unmentionables

    by David Greene
    Unmentionables is the epic story of two couples in the Civil War south. One couple is straight, white and wealthy; the other is gay, black and enslaved. Field hand Jimmy meets Cato, a house servant from a nearby plantation. Over time, Jimmy's fascination with Cato grows into romantic love.
  • Lake: A Loony Winnipesaukee Duck Tale

    by Bridget Finnegan
    Ducks, loons, wild turkeys and other waterfowl combine forces against evil Swan Hildegard and her Canada geese army. Set on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire during WWII, this book features beautiful illustrations, great characters and a funny storyline. Perfect for ages 8 and up.
  • Gettysburg, 1913: The Complete Novel of the Great Reunion

    by Alan Simon

    July 1-3, 1863: The famed Battle of Gettysburg turns the tide of the Civil War, but not before approximately 50,000 soldiers from both sides become casualties during those three terrible days of carnage.

    June 29-July 4, 1913: To commemorate the 50th anniversary of The Battle of Gettysburg, more than 50,000 Civil War veterans ranging in age from 61 to more than 100 years old converge on the scene of that titanic battle half a century earlier in an occasion of healing that was known as th... more

  • The DeLuca Furlough Brides: Book 1: The Ones They Left Behind

    by Alan Simon

    Seventy-five years ago, in the earliest days of World War II, hundreds of thousands of young American women hastily married their sweethearts before those young men went off to war. This is the story of two of those young women who became known as furlough brides.

    Much to the dismay of her haughty mother, nineteen-year-old Elizabeth Buchanan marries her high school sweetheart, Carlo DeLuca, during Carlo's brief furlough following Marine Corps boot camp before he departs for infantry tra... more

  • Doc's Animal Kingdom

    by Bridget Finnegan
    Did you know that giraffe like to wear high heels or that rhinos don't like to get their feet wet? These are just two of the silly facts that you'll learn about in this beautifully illustrated picture book.
  • Ernie's Wish Trail: An Augmented Reality Book

    by Maia Orion
    Ernie's Wish Trail is a children's picture book enabled for Augmented Reality with an iPhone/ iPad app. Ernie has an enchantment for the natural gifts of others he meets on the trail. Ernie's wish trail ends in rediscovering simple pleasures and the joys of being himself. This simple story for toddlers and preschool kids, illustrated beautifully, can be enjoyed with & without the Augmented Reality app.
  • Love of Finished Years

    by Gregory Erich Phillips

    An immigrant's powerful journey of aspiration and love in early Twentieth Century New York.

    Pre World War One, Elsa came to America with her eyes wide open, realizing it was up to her to make a life for herself. Surviving a sweat shop in lower Manhattan, a chance job with a Long Island elite family opens up her world. Invited in up to a point, she unwittingly, albeit precariously, crosses the social divide with her now open heart, which puts all she had worked for in jeopardy.

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  • QL 4

    by James Garrison
    QL 4 was a highway in South Vietnam. In 1969, anyone going south from Saigon into the Mekong Delta would follow this national route, traversing an expanse of green rice paddies, passing through busy towns and quiet villages, and crossing wide fingers of the Mekong River by ferry. Squat red-and-white concrete posts marked the highway as “QL 4.” These concrete markers—old and battered and faded—mimicked those on the country roads of France. As a new U.S. Army military policeman following in the fo... more

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