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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Little Cloud Who Was Afraid of The Dark

    by Shah Bahpyu

    Baby cloud is afraid of the dark. One night he receives a magical gift that helps him overcome his fear. In return he must take on a very important new role.

  • R.B.I. Girls: Bianca's Perfect Game

    by Tameka McKenzie
    Meet Bianca Trumont, the sensational starting pitcher for the Staten Island Finches. She is out to prove that she can pitch a perfect game when it matters most. With the help of shortstop Rebecca Johnston, and catcher Isabel Sanchez, these three dedicated players hope to lead The Staten Island Finches to defend their Championship title in the Hill Side Division.
  • R.B.I. Girls: Rebecca's Grand Slam

    by Tameka McKenzie
    Meet phenomenal baseball player Rebecca Johnston, the starting shortstop of the Finches Little League baseball team. She has a lot to prove as one of only three girls in the league. With the help of Bianca Trumont, the starting pitcher, and their new catcher Isabel Sanchez, these three power players hope to lead The Staten Island Finches to the top of the league and win their first championship.
  • The Kippington Town Secret: The Camouflaged Factory

    by Alicia McKenzie
    The KMS News Crew are officially defunct after Principal Kross and associates deem their school report a distraction. Ria, Ramone, Collin, Natasha, Cecilia, and Tate know the truth: Their segment "Kippington Revealed" uncovered a secret factory in Shadow Hill Forest. Despite a growing number of authority figures watching their every move they decide to investigate the mystery surrounding the factory. What they discover next threatens to destroy the validity of town records presented to the publi... more
  • The Anti-Socialites Diary 6: The Lame Games

    by Alicia McKenzie
    After a disastrous freshman year Asia and Tasia are doing everything they can to have a different social outcome during sophomore year. They decide to try out for everything including dance troupe, lacrosse, musicals, honor societies, etc. Despite their lack of talents they're determined to succeed at something, anything in order to make their mark at Wide Valley High. Let the games begin!
  • The Anti-Socialites Diary 5: Misery High

    by Alicia McKenzie
    Brand new school, brand new start for twin sisters Asia and Tasia McKinley. They arrive to their new neighborhood in Wide Valley hoping that high school will be exactly how fun it looks in the musicals they watched on television. They were wrong. Very wrong. Asia finds herself being falsely accused by popular students and nearly getting in trouble for it. She hides out in the bathroom during lunch time because she has no one to sit with. She remembers the days when drawing her superhero chara... more
  • The Anti-Socialites Diary 4: #Notcool

    by Alicia McKenzie
    In their final year of middle school Asia and Tasia experience their toughest challenges yet. They are in for a rude awakening when they go up against a cyber bully who writes cruel hashtags on Twitter and "The Bully Mafia", a group of students who are so ruthless Tasia has to constantly defend herself from their antics. Asia and her best friend Celeste battle "The Hottie Clique" who attempt to sabotage Celeste's relationship with Chase. Soon after Asia finds that she can't fight the anonymou... more
  • The Anti-Socialites Diary 3: Team Misfits

    by Alicia McKenzie
    Asia and Tasia are getting adjusted to another new school in seventh grade after relocating back to their hometown over the summer. This time around they experience a culture shock at East Rivers Middle School. Asia wonders whether or not she has to get a boyfriend to fit in and Tasia ponders her acceptance in the most popular group in the school, "The Hottie Clique." The twins quickly learn who to trust and who to avoid after a member of "The Hottie Clique" publicly betrays them. Asia meets ... more
  • The Anti-Socialites Diary 2: Middle School Blues

    by Alicia McKenzie
    In The Anti-Socialites Diary 2: Middle School Blues Asia and Tasia McKinley attend sixth grade at Spartan Middle School in a new town, but some things never change. The moment they arrive they face neighborhood bullies. Asia has her hands full trying to choose between her cool friend Coral and her not-so-cool friend Faqua while Tasia tries her best to get the lead role in Middle School Musical. Asia and Tasia are not prepared to face the wild during Camp Education, a three day trip for sixth ... more
  • The Anti-Socialites Diary 1: The Awkward Beginnings

    by Alicia McKenzie
    Meet the most socially awkward twins in the world Asia and Tasia McKinley in the first book of The Anti-Socialites Diaries. It all begins with their tenth birthday party where none of the invited guests bother to show up. Asia and Tasia fear their luck is about to change in fifth grade at Whitlock Elementary School... for the worse.
  • Because It Was Raining

    by Skyler Worley
    A young man, tormented by his past, descends into a world filled with drugs, sex, and violence in an attempt to find salvation and meaning in life, knowing full well that the cost of failure could be his very soul…
  • The Scribbled Victims

    by Robert Tomoguchi
    The Scribbled Victims tells the story of Yelena Solodnikova, a vampire who developed a conscience, and therefore struggles with the guilt of her murderous eternal existence. She finds solace in the company of Orly Bialek, a twelve-year-old girl who is dying of cancer. Through her art, Orly can see the evil deeds committed by the people she scribbles. These scribbles provide Yelena with victims she will not feel guilty for killing. It seems like a perfect relationship, except that Orly’s cancer w... more
  • In-Between Days

    by Nick Desjardins
    Purgatory wasn’t exactly where Owen thought he’d end up, but sometimes you don’t quite get it right on the first go-round. Owen has spent the last twelve years somewhere between Heaven and Hell learning that lesson the hard way. But now Owen’s sentence is complete, his penance done, and he’s ready to meet with his caseworker, the Archangel Michael, to finally take that long-awaited trip to Paradise. But then she walks in to his life and everything changes. Mia, a burst of color cutting through t... more
  • Don't Ever Look Behind Door 32

    by BCR Fegan
    The magical Hotel of Hoo is a mysterious place with some very unusual occupants. As our guests explore the strange hotel, they are invited to experience everything it has to offer with just one warning… don’t ever look behind door 32. This imaginative picture book aims to take children beyond the first ten cardinal numbers, and introduces them to the patterns of counting in a fun and accessible way. With rooms to explore and unique objects to count, children will enjoy lingering on each page ... more
  • Titch the Itch

    by BCR Fegan
    When Titch discovers that no one in his family wants him, he sets off on a journey to find someone – anyone – who would be willing to live with an itch. With every step he grows less hopeful. That is, until he meets an old friend. Sometimes in life we come up against big problems. At other times, they are only Titch problems. Titch the Itch gently explores the idea that living with small problems is a reality of life. Whether we sustain an injury, lose our homework or have an itch that just w... more
  • Cactus Jumpers

    by Andrew Burch

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