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  • The Cowboys of Mill Creek Manor

    by Dave Webb

    Cookie Morgan wants to be a teacher when she grows up. Or a cowboy. After a series of enlightening events during the summer of 1950, she realizes that the heroes in her favorite westerns can't hold a candle to the ones in her tiny coal town in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. Cookie and the other kids in her neighborhood spend an ample amount of their free time pretending to be the stars of their favorite cowboy movies and shows. Up to this point in their lives, they could only see t... more

  • When Life Was Like a Cucumber

    by Greg Wyss
    A humorous, thought-provoking and occasionally surreal novel steeped in the history and atmosphere of the early 1970's in Europe and America, it tells the story of a young man searching for his place in the world after the halcyon days of free love, the drug culture and rock and roll have passed. Inspired by an angel calling herself Isadora Duncan, his odyssey begins in Upstate NY and carries him to the streets of Boston and Florida's Gulf Coast before he finds himself seated next to Jesus on ai... more
  • Brody the Lion: Sometimes I ROAR! (Duplex)

    by Dr. Kristin Wegner
    Brody the Lion: Sometimes I ROAR! Is the first book in the Brody the Lion Series. Brody the lion was as proud as could be his birthday was coming he was going to be 3. But for this little cub with autism a birthday party causes big problems. As Brody roars, his Mom & Dad do their best to calm their little cub; but when his friends are late, Brody does not get the right present, and his friends sing too loudly, it is more than this little cub with autism can handle. This delightful book is the f... more
  • The Man on the Rails

    by Rovshan Abdullaoglu

    “A terrifying red train was speeding along the rails. That train, which passes by here daily, seemed so sinister to me now. For it was rushing toward me . . .”


    The life paths of two strangers, both of whom have decided to commit suicide by train, cross on the iron rails. They are looking for a way out of life's dilemmas and see no reason why they should continue living. Their lives are approaching the final station; they are waiting for the death train. Thes... more

  • Dead Reckoning

    by Michael Corbin Ray & Therese Vannier
    On September 8, 1923, seven ships of the U.S. Navy’s Destroyer Squadron 11, led by Commodore Edward H. Watson on board the flagship USS Delphy, bore full speed into a treacherous section of California coastline informally known as Honda Point. Traveling south in single file “follow the leader” formation, the ships were attempting a turn into the Santa Barbara channel at night in heavy fog. They missed by several miles. One after another, in a span of just minutes, the destroyers jammed themselve... more
  • Saguaro Cactus - Among Beauty and Glances

    by Wilson Alton
    The plants are the natural beauty that is blessed to us. The presence of plants delights the whole environment and brings the sense of joy. They have classical scent that brings the pleasant taste to us. The Saguaro Cactus is the unique and rare plant to be found. It is mostly often found in Whipple Mountains and Sonora Deserts. These Saguaro Cactus are normally 40 feet tall. These plants have their own charming appearance and dwells the people mind. Saguaro Cactus are mainly kept in homes, offi... more
  • Goodbye Stories from University Hospital

    by Randolph Schiffer
    Goodbye Stories tells the stories of eleven people who died under the author’s care, and of the lessons which they taught about the most difficult thing in life; the leaving of it.
  • Hold the Ladder Steady

    by Sue Barlow
    The novel explores the issues that confront a catholic girl with the changes brought by popular culture, the emergence of the sexual revolution, and politics during the sixties.
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  • The Royal Pains & Angels in the Outhouse: One Big Little League Story That Goes a Bit Foul

    by Gregory Saur
    Faith. Family. Baseball. All will be tested when the new Little League season arrives. A new team, the Angels, needs players. The task of finding these players falls in the most incapable hands. Errors are made, and the Angels become laden with the most unwanted players from tryouts. The Angels must unite if they want to avoid one stinky season.
  • Harry and the Pelican

    by Amy Leaf
    Harry visits his grandpa. Harry's cousins decide to walk to the lighthouse. Harry decides he can make it to the lighthouse, too. Along the way, Harry meets a new friend and has fun! Harry has a great day!
  • Raccoon Retreat

    by Christa M. Miller
    Roxy, Rufus, and Renae are almost all grown up and ready to strike out on their own. But when their forest home is suddenly destroyed, the three young raccoons are forced to explore an unfamiliar environment far outside the bounds of what they’re used to. Embarking on a new double mission -- find their missing Mama, and then find a new home -- they put all their survival skills to the test as they avoid predators, make new friends, and return to where the humans live. The sequel to Raccoon Re... more
  • Wings Over Iraq

    by Eric B. Forsyth
    Historical novel set in Iraq in the turbulent lead up to WWII. The British patrol the oil fields using obsolete bombers. The Germans recruit local tribes to sabotage British efforts, as fascists ascend to power in Europe. Newly qualified RAF pilot Allan Chadwick's first assignment near Baghdad is an initiation into the realities of war and love.
  • The Last Siren

    by EE Sample
    He watched her go and felt the chill of the mist blowing in from the Gulf. It fell on his face and mingled with the faint tear that he couldn't suppress. An elderly couple made their way up the sidewalk and past him on their way inside. They held each other close, huddled beneath a large golf umbrella. He wondered how long they had been together and how long they had left to share their lives. "Think it will rain?" he asked, trying his best to sound cheery. "If it doesn't, it's missed a good cha... more
  • Call Me Joe

    by Martin van Es
    The world is on the brink of disaster. The environment, society and mankind itself are facing extreme challenges in a world that is both more connected, and yet more divided than ever before. Fear and confusion seep into all parts of everyday life... now, more than ever, the world needs one voice, one guide... One day the Earth is plunged into darkness and when light appears again so does a man – call him Joe – claiming to be the son of God. Can Joe bring the world's most creative think... more
  • Life Is Big

    by Kiki Denis
    Alma-Jane, an impossibly curious 11-year-old girl who lives in NYC and the most genetically happy person alive, is about to die due to a rare mutation. Ayrton, Alma-Jane’s older brother and a math prodigy, declares war against Death, “the destroyer of Life,” and then suddenly takes off to Oxford, UK, to examine Albert Einstein’s brain. Meanwhile, Death and his younger brother, O.M. (Obituary Man), are overworked and in desperate need of a short vacation. At the heart of all this, a motley crew ... more