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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Korean POWer! Korean Play On Words: A Collection of Korean-English Jokes

    by Naomi Lau
    Korean POWer! Korean Play On Words is a short collection of Korean and English bilingual jokes that will bring readers laughter and delight. These jokes will be best enjoyed by kids who know a little of both languages, or who want to learn!
  • A Boy, a Budget, and a Dream

    by Jasmine Paul
    Kass budgets her money carefully and expects her brother Joey to do the same. But Joey spends every dollar he earns. When he realizes he hasn’t saved enough money to pay for something he’s been dreaming about, Joey must either learn to budget or risk giving up his dream.
  • Cami and Wyatt Share the Christmas Spirit

    by Stacy C. Bauer
    Cami and Wyatt love Christmas! They love Santa, Christmas decorations and Christmas cookies. And they love Christmas PRESENTS! Christmas this year is looking to be the best one yet, but things change when new neighbors move in. Cami and Wyatt notice that they seem lonely and sad. Can Cami and Wyatt befriend their shy new neighbors? Will Cami and Wyatt figure out how to share the true meaning of Christmas? Hop along with Cami and Wyatt as they spread Christmas joy in this heartwarming book.
  • When You Were in My Belly

    by Kara M. Liu
    Parents begin to show love for their child long before they are born. From visits to the doctor's office, shopping for cribs and strollers, and choosing a special name, When You Were in My Belly follows the journey before the birth of a child.
  • The Girl Who Found Christmas: An Advent Calendar Storybook

    by Barbara Escher
    This Advent Calendar storybook is a one-of a kind holiday treasure with 25 Christmas bedtime stories. Parents and grandparents can enjoy reading to kids and talk about what’s really important about Christmas. Each story invites children to join six-year-old Belinda in solving a BIG mystery: What is Christmas all about? Armed only with a crayon, Belinda draws a new "clue" every day. Is Christmas all about the tree? Or making cookies? Or building a snowman? Or maybe it's something different! Wi... more
  • Super Coco "Will You Be My Friend?"

    by Dr. Jay Lipoff
    On the happy island of Aruba, nestled in the Caribbean Sea, lived a rooster named Coco. At a young age he was separated from his family and lived alone. One day he decided to explore the island determined to make some friends and that’s when his adventure began. Join Coco on his journey as he travels to some of the islands’ most infamous locations and encounters native animals along the way trying to find one who will be his friend. Like many difficulties children face, through Super Coc... more
  • Riverrun, A Novel

    by Danton Remoto
    The novel deals with a young gay man growing up in a chaotic and colorful dictatorship. The form is that of a memoir that glides from provincial Philippine barrio to cosmopolitan London. The novel has flash fiction and vignettes, recipe for shark meat and supernatural tales, poems and vivid songs. It marks the global debut of "one of Asia's best writers."
  • The One Book

    by Moses D. Powe
    A child's first birthday is a momentous occasion and one that should be cherished for the years to come. The One Book is a fun children's picture book that shows the excitement of celebrating this major milestone in a baby's life. This book will help you instill a love of reading in your child at an early age. Your child will learn important concepts such as counting, telling time, party prep, planning, celebration, and bedtime, all things your child will be able to understand and enjoy seeing i... more
  • A Class Act: A play in two acts

    by Kristopher Owens
    Bill and Theresa are a middle class, African American couple. Their life is somewhat routine until it is interrupted by an armed robbery in their home. They are held hostage by two men who are looking for something, but they, like Bill and Theresa, get more than they could have imagined out of the ordeal. A drama occurring at the intersection of class and race, A Class Act examines what it means to be “other” in America.
  • Paradise High: A Novel

    by William Henning
    An all-American boyhood tale for our corrupted times, Paradise High traces one night in the lives of a rowdy, bawdy, fun-loving bunch of high school seniors as they laugh and romp their way to the palatial marble estate of their mafia-son classmate for a party. Set in the frozen suburban hinterlands of the upper Midwest during a Christmas break snowstorm in 1997, the story captures with raucous humor and biting wit that timeless ritual of late teenagers raising a glass to the dwindling, preci... more
  • Clear Bear

    by Nina Marie Corona
    CLEAR BEAR is a story about a bear with clear skin, which allows his heart to shine brightly and warm the others around him. The message is a timeless one: Deep inside, beneath our thick skin, fur of many different colors, and sometimes scary sharp teeth -- we are all the same! And if we allow our hearts to shine forth, we can warm the hearts of others and help them to "shed their fur" too. This 34-page hardcover picture book includes vibrant, colorful illustrations. Its themes of inclusion, equ... more
  • The Mustachioed Woman of Shanghai

    by Isham Cook
    It is the Shanghai of courtesans and concubines, danger and decadence, updated to 2020. American expat author Isham Cook has disappeared. His last known history is chronicled by an exotic woman who seems right out of 1930s Shanghai herself, Marguerite, a mustachioed Afghan-American who weaves Persian rugs and deals in psychedelics. As she tells it, Isham's story all began with Luna, a beguiling but troubled Chinese woman who happens to have a mustache herself. Also vying for Isham's affection is... more
  • Ava Ann Makes Art: The Story of a Rabbit With Diabetes

    by Rachel Leland
    Ava Ann Rabbit has recently been diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. She has to learn to navigate this new medical world she’s been thrown into, all while still being a kid and finding out where she fits in the world. When her teacher gives the class an assignment to make an art piece about their life, Ava Ann digs deep, and creates a unique project that combines aspects of her life from before and after her diabetes diagnosis.
  • Holy Scheidt: A Comedy in Two Acts

    by Kristopher Owens
    If Shakespeare had written a comedy (in contemporary English) about the current events of his day, this would be it! Holy Scheidt follows Cardinal Scheidt as he embarks to England from Rome on behalf of the Pope. The goal is to make amends with Elizabeth over England's split with the Catholic Church. However, when Scheidt runs into Christopher Marlowe and Miguel Cervantes, all hell breaks loose and the Queen's virginal status might be at risk!
  • The Moon Kittens

    by Karen Shahbandi
    'The Moon Kittens' tells the story of a young girl who adopts a cat that turns out to be an important character in the story when an earthquake shakes up her life and the people around her. The story explains, without preaching, the necessity of having an emergency kit prepared for unexpected events. I believe that children 8-12 would enjoy her experience.
  • Always losing something

    by Max green
    Max Green has lived a blessed life. An ex-football star turned corporate businessman, Max looks to have it all until the day he is diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as motor neurone disease (MND) or Lou Gehrig's disease. But Max is lucky. The year is 2030. Incredible scientific innovations have already taken place that make his life bearable. Now they just need a cure. When Max’s powerful friends, Tim Thompson, a former football colleague and Prime Minister of Great ... more

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