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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Magic Pillow

    by Darrell House
    The gift of a magic pillow from a complete stranger at an 11th birthday party, opens a door to a world of astounding dreams and adventures for Monroe Franklin... "Moonie" to his friends. The fantasies are so vivid and real, they blur the fine line between imagination and reality. The characters in these dreamy flights of fancy become his friends and family and in one exciting adventure after another, our hero relies on his intelligence, bravery and quick wits to save the day.,
  • Sir_Scrap Metal

    by Joan Dee Wilson
    Tracking device is off. The air is clear with no Fitch in sight. “A thing he thought I am—useless, garbage. For now, I live with children. I am safe." Robot Sir 12.80 is thrown from a helicopter, dragged along the shore by a big slobbery dog, found in a junk heap by the dubious Mr. Fitch, who sells it to Dree and brothers, Mike and Brady, as —scrap. Pursued by its creator, Agent Rouso, and renamed Sir Scrap Metal by Dree, this sophisticated little robot is in dire need of solar charging and re... more
  • When I'm a Surgeon

    by Samantha Pillay

    When I'm a Surgeon, is a visionary children's book crafted to inspire and empower young minds. In this enchanting tale, aspiring surgeons, curious minds, and anyone eager to break free from stereotypes will find a narrative that transcends conventional boundaries.

    This picture book doesn't merely break down gender stereotypes—it prevents their very formation. When I'm a Surgeon goes beyond shattering glass ceilings; it ensures they are never ... more

  • Turtle Tube: An Erutuf National Park Novel

    by Kathy Cherry
    Siblings Reese and Dean Walters love to watch online videos like many of their friends. Reese already has a dream of becoming a marine biologist who helps save sea turtles and other living creatures in the oceans. One day when Reese finds a new sea turtle video for them to watch, something mysterious begins to happen after she clicks play. As colors swirl around the siblings, Dean and Reese float into the air, twirling round and round until they land with a quiet bump on a beach. Moments later, ... more
  • The Tachi

    by Bret Cousins
    Hunted by a powerful English earl, Angus Rainey flees Scotland after the battle of Falkirk. He eventually arrives in the Holy Land, where he joins a caravan traveling the fabled trade routes to Cathay. His adventures continue on to the Land of Nihon, where he assists a disgraced nobleman regain his rightful place and acquires the hereditary sword of the Raineys. But the English earl's reach is greater than Rainey knows.
  • The Bee Tree

    by Margene Wiese-Baier
    Margaret thought and visualized the families that would be intertwined by the Pear tree that was to become their stories in her book called The Bee Tree and how it was the connection and representing the Tree of their lives.
  • Nana, the Yoga Teaching Gnome

    by Jennifer Lang Boehl
    Nana, the Yoga Teaching Gnome, is the first book in the Gnome Series by Jennifer Lang Boehl. This creative story follows twin gnomes on their journey through the woods. Along the way, they meet some quirky characters that help them find their way to Nana's house for some yoga. This colorful, whimsical tale is wholly done in rhyme and is sure to be a favorite.
  • Wymans Creek

    by Margene Wiese-Baier
    Wymans Creek is just one of Mom's novels, but is where I felt led to start. This is the story of a family on the journey of life and not only tells of their family but also of the people that they were involved with, the people without whom there would be no story.
  • The Boy King's Tale

    by Michael January
    In The Boy King’s Tale, two entwined love stories, young and old, lead to betrayal, murder and the near overthrow of a kingdom in this extraordinary untold true story adventure of the early days of England’s Edward III. Crowned at thirteen when his father was deposed and murdered by his mother and her lover, the young king must come of age in the dark and twisted labyrinth of medieval politics, war, glory, love, sex and romance, with the future in the balance on one fateful night when rescue or ... more
  • The Fabian Waltz: A Novel Based on the Life of George Bernard Shaw

    by Kris Hall

    "The Fabian Waltz" is a witty romance set against the backdrop of late Victorian London, where poverty is all but ignored. Playwright George Bernard Shaw's life and work are upended by a challenging woman he cannot win. Shaw and his fellow Fabians fight for social justice and discover love along the way.

  • Columbus and Caonabó: 1493–1498 Retold

    by Andrew Rowen
    Columbus assured Spain’s Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand that “Española” would be conquered with little opposition from its inhabitants, but he soon discovered the promise ominously false. A historical novel, Columbus and Caonabó: 1493–1498 Retold dramatizes his invasion of Española and the bitter resistance mounted by its Taíno peoples. Based closely on primary sources, the story is told from both Taíno and European perspectives, including through the eyes of the conflict’s principal Taíno ch... more
  • The Curiosity Adventures of Miss Alley Frankie and the Felines

    by Lea Truman
    The Curiosity Adventures of Miss Alley ~ Frankie and the Felines, is a delightful and endearing story, told from the cat’s perspective. After being abandoned as a kitten, Miss Alley is rescued by a kind lady. Her “human” parents smother her with love and provide her with all sorts of creature comforts. As she grows into a young feline lady, Miss Alley wonders about her Feline Mum and the big world outside. One day she sneaks out in search of her Feline Mum. What Miss Alley discovers is the ... more
  • Jesus' Silent Years: Homecoming

    by Vance Shepperson
    In this last novel, Jesus travels the comeback trail, after years of maturing abroad—stories of his life in his late twenties. Jesus travels through different countries—modern-day Albania, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Israel. You look at the world through his eyes and God’s eyes (Windy). You also look at him through the eyes of others—bad people, sad people, criminals, authorities, and the woman he loves who adores him.
  • Lucky: A Novel (inspired by Taylor Swift's folklore and the incredible true story of Rebekah Harkness)

    by Kristina Parro
    Lucky depicts an epic juxtaposition of glitter and tragedy: the tangled stories of two powerful women who are connected through the transcendental nature of time and space. Join Rhea Harmonia, America’s favorite pop-star, as she tumbles down the rabbit hole— on a journey through American history, Western thinking, modern philosophy, mythology, math, music, and time.
  • A Penny in My Pocket

    by C.M. Harris
    You don't need to have a lot to help those who don't have much, and little Stevie learns just that. "A Penny In My Pocket, is a clever look at money, financing, and making hard decisions on what is more important to purchase." A trip to the grocery store teaches little Stevie that not only do we not always get to buy everything we want but that money can be used in many ways, even to help others! When Stevie sees someone in need, what will he choose to do? A Penny in my Pocket is a beautifull... more
  • October Thirty-One

    by María Felicia Kelley
    October Thirty-One: 10/31 is the second installment of the illustrated children’s book series, Celebrate the HoliDates®, honoring American holidays and celebrations. Its sub-genre is elementary education and social science, customs, and traditions. This series is recommended for pre-kindergarten "Pre-K" through sixth-grade students. Ways to celebrate Halloween are the focus, geared to preschoolers and young elementary readers. It’s an activity-filled escapade through calendar knowledge. Adv... more