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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Time to Remember

    by Janna Ruth
    When the Canterbury Earthquakes destroyed their city, Natalie and her friends were only ten years old. Too old to forget, but too young to be heard, they have never told their stories. Until now.
  • Big Bad and the Bored Canary

    by Kimberly Mehlman-Orozco

     

    The Big Bad Books series is designed to forewarn children to the recruitment and control schemes exploited by human traffickers. Using fables and age-appropriate language, the aim of these books is to socialize kids with the reality that most crime is committed by acquaintances or people we know, who attempt to gain our trust using coercion, deception, and fraud, and less often by strangers and through kidnapping.

    Big Bad and the Bored Canary tells the... more

  • E. Z. and the Chikasha Warrior

    by Tony L. Turnbow
    In Book 2 of the Fighting Devil's Backbone series, as the boy E. Z. Perkins struggles to survive the mysterious, frontier road known as "The Devil's Backbone," a Chickasaw warrior offers him a home. E. Z. must learn the skills of an Indian hunter and warrior to save his own life . . . and the lives of his brother David and his best friend Isaiah. Enemies multiply to test E. Z.'s new skills as he discovers that one of his worst nightmares has become the world in which he must live.
  • Squabble of the Titans

    by Justin Teerlinck
    In this comic epistolary novel, Theodore Roosevelt goes on an expedition to find proof of the existence of Bigfoot, who is referred to as "Saysquack" due to a cultural misunderstanding on the part of the characters. The novel centers on a rivalry between Roosevelt and a mad utopian British doctor, who is bent on discovering the Saysquack so he can civilize and Christianize it. The story also includes passages on United States government policy towards the Saysquack. The story is told in the form... more
  • Fred Gets Frustrated

    by Jennifer C. Kelly

    Fred gets too upset when things don’t go as planned. What will he do? With beautiful illustrations, and instructions to create a calm down box, Fred The Frog will enchant readers of all ages.

  • This Is Now

    by Julia Amante
    A heartfelt journey of a woman who returns to the childhood home she’s avoided to care for her dying mother and hopefully heals herself in the process… Workaholic, control-freak Margarita is competent, intelligent, and extremely independent. A third year medical student, she is completely focused on becoming a doctor. But when her sister calls with news their mother’s cancer diagnosis is terminal, Margarita returns home to small-town California, yet dreads facing the dysfunctional family she le... more
  • Waiting for Liz

    by Angela C. Kelly
    Waiting for Liz is Angela Kelly’s third novel, currently in production with JMS What began as a taboo sexual encounter blossoms into a love affair that goes on to span a decade. The trials and tribulations of the narrative are shot through with flashbacks from the protagonist’s life. Through them, and observing how Angela operates within her relationship with Liz and others, the story of how a person becomes what and who they are begins to emerge. As with Angela Kelly’s previous books, the th... more
  • The Single Most Overlooked Problem in Back Patients

    by Arjan Kuipers
    The Single Most Overlooked Problem In Back Patients: A Practical Three-Step approach That Will Immediately Enhance Patient Results, Work satisfaction And Practice Growth. For the dedicated chiropractor, there is little more frustrating than a patient plagued by pain whose condition isn't responding to standard treatment.That's where Arjan Kuipers' simple three-step process comes into play. Known for his astute and discriminative way of solving problems and for his passionate knowledge of the... more
  • How To Be Dead-

    by Laurel Schmidt
    How to Be Dead—A Love Story By Laurel Schmidt FRANCES BEACON (65) is a Longevity Guru and best-selling author of Sex, Drugs and Social Security. She’s at the pinnacle of her career and intends to live to 100. Waiting for the light at a busy corner, she’s distracted by the memory of her lover, MAC. She steps out in front of a cab, which catapults her into the afterlife. She takes refuge in a ladies’ room. GRAYSON, her Transitional Trauma Specialist appears and tells her that she’s dead. Fra... more
  • The Lighthouse

    by Christopher Parker
    Amy Tucker is struggling to put her life back together following the death of her mother. The loss has left the 18-year-old heartbroken, and she doesn’t know if her world will ever be whole again. Meanwhile, in Seabrook, a small town famous for its haunted lighthouse, Ryan Porter lives a simple but busy life, maintaining the ranch which he shares with his father. Separated by hundreds of miles, yet drawn to each other by forces they can’t understand, Amy and Ryan spend a magical day together and... more
  • Winter Blessings

    by Izzy Abrahmson
    Delightful Chanukah tales your family will enjoy again and again. Finalist for the National Jewish Book Award for Family Literature! Whether you spell it Hanukkah or Chanukah, most books only have one story. This book goes to eleven! Funny, Silly,  Heartwarming, Delicious!  Izzy Abrahmson's holiday stories have been enjoyed by readers and listeners around the world. This book collects eleven of his favorites, plus the novella, "Out of the Woods." Winters in The Village are crazy, but ... more
  • Girl on the Carpathia - A Novel of the Titanic

    by Eileen Enwright Hodgetts
    North Atlantic Ocean, 1912. Kate Royston is a witness to history as the RMS Carpathia responds to the Titanic’s desperate SOS. Kate plans to escape personal tragedy by fleeing to Europe but everything changes when the Carpathia races to save the Titanic's survivors. Forced to return to New York, Kate abandons her hope of escape and becomes embroiled as a vital witness in the high profile Senate investigation of the disaster. Fueled by public rage and political in-fighting, the investigatio... more
  • A Season in Picardy

    by Sam Lutton
    In the summer of 1918 Margaret Jerome boards an ocean liner turned troopship and sails to wartime France. She intends to claim the remains of her fraternal twin for burial in the family plot. Robert Butler is a Medical Corps surgeon posted to the American Expeditionary Forces. They meet but Margaret, devastated by the loss of her twin brother, suppresses nascent romantic feelings and rebuffs his cautious advances. In Paris, unexpected discoveries about her brother’s life, including the mystery... more
  • The Girl on the Carpathia: A Novel of the Titanic

    by Eileen Enwright Hodgetts
    North Atlantic Ocean, 1912. Kate Royston is a witness to history as the RMS Carpathia responds to the Titanic’s desperate SOS. Kate plans to escape personal tragedy by fleeing to Europe but everything changes when the Carpathia races to save the Titanic's survivors. Forced to return to New York, Kate abandons her hope of escape and becomes embroiled as a vital witness in the high profile Senate investigation of the disaster. Fueled by public rage and political in-fighting, the investigation be... more
  • Read Island: The Picture Book

    by Nicole Magistro

    Join a very brave girl and her furry friends on an adventure to Read Island! Through the power of imagination and the pleasure of reading, this curious trio set sail for a magical island made of books. On their way they discover a joyful collection of animals converging by sea and land, just in time for an unforgettable story hour.

     

    A rhyming celebration of nature, books and the importance of stories, Read Island invites you to experience th... more

  • The Polka Dot Pants of Sir Edward McGee

    by Toby Deutchman
    Sir Edward McGee has a secret. He loves his polka dot underpants. But when an accident reveals them and everybody laughs, he hides them in a drawer and vows never to wear them again. Then, unexpectedly, something changes the way he feels. In this humorous tale, children learn that they shouldn’t be ashamed of the things that bring them joy – even if they are a little out of the ordinary.
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