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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Killing Me Softly

    by L.C. Markland
    For centuries, romance stories have captured the hearts of so many readers. There is something about the passion between people that captivates others. Maybe, in part, that people longed to be loved and to love. Many spend their entire lives in quest of one of the most powerful emotions known to man. Most people get a glimpse of it from time to time; others may be so fortunate to taste it on occasion, but very few couples honestly experience it. Those who do, their lives are a testament to love... more
  • Gabriel of Noah's Ark

    by Patrick Acosta
    Noah‛s ark is perhaps the most widely recognized story in the world. Found in many cultures the world over. I have selected three of the better known versions, from the Christian, Jewish and Islam traditions. While all three come from a common origin they vary in their tradition and the telling of this awe-inspiring tale. The differences between the Christian and the Jewish traditions are minimal and both share the Old Testament. But in Jewish tradition it tells of a Noel planting Cedar trees an... more
  • Susan: A Jane Austen Prequel

    by Alice McVeigh
    Sixteen-year-old Susan Smithson – pretty but poor, clever but capricious – has just been expelled from a school for young ladies in London. At the mansion of the formidable Lady Catherine de Bourgh, she attracts a raffish young nobleman. But at the first hint of scandal, her guardian dispatches her to her uncle Collins’ rectory in Kent, where her sensible cousin Alicia lives and “where nothing ever happens.” Here Susan inspires the local squire to put on a play, with consequences no one cou... more
  • Mr. Invisible

    by Sawyer Ique
    By Sawyer Ique, Mr. Invisible isn’t really able to stop staying shy and keeping himself hidden. But it is up to your help to make him stop doing it! You can also show him that he should try his best to stop being afraid, and staying strong while showing off when it's needed!
  • The Girl in the Gold Dress

    by Christine Paik
    Hannah’s Korean name literally means “Gold Dress,” so why doesn’t she want to be seen wearing her gold hanbok dress? 10-year-old Hannah is facing a big performance for her school’s talent show. The trouble is, she’s ashamed of her dress, the dance, even the music - they’re too different, too Korean! What if everyone makes fun of her? Will Hannah be brave enough to perform, or will she run off stage like she did at rehearsal? First, she must learn about the gold dress she’s wearing and its my... more
  • Mission in Paris 1990

    by Bill Pearl
    This novel, set during the normalization of relations between the U.S. and Vietnam, explores reconciliation among people and nations. It tells a powerful love story - between a man and a woman and between a father and a son. It’s about the strength of love and the power of forgiveness—a lesson that reconciliation must take place within us if it is ever to take hold between us. 
  • The Wet Walkers: Volume 2

    by Mary Smith
    Finally we found the stack of carefully placed rocks and we had our sign... the wet walkers had been here! We exchanged looks and Raff gently guided our mule and enormous wagon off the trail on to a faintly used path that led down a gentle slope into a breathtaking wooded area. The path turned sharply... and there it was just in time as evening shadows slowly turned into darkness. It was a dwelling, dark, desolate, seemingly deserted. Bits and pieces of a broken fence scattered as if by the wind... more
  • The Collaborators

    by R P Nathan
    A non-linear tale set in December 1942 in Occupied France. German Captain Karl raids the apartment of the Bertrand family who are believed to be hiding their daughter's Jewish fiancé in a secret room. But the couple have already gone. In retribution Karl seems to kill the Bertrand's son and deports the family. As we follow Karl through the rest of his day, however, and the story wraps around to before the events of the opening chapters, we realise that Karl has actually helped the fugitives to e... more
  • The Day Grandpa Bunny Forgot Ben's Name: A picture book about dementia

    by Isla Wynter
    Grandpa Bunny is behaving strangely. He forgets where he put the carrots. He sits in a flower pot and doesn’t know why. And one day, he even forgets Ben’s name. What is going on with Grandpa Bunny? The doctor says it’s dementia, but what is that? And what can Ben do to help his grandfather? An illustrated picture book to help children understand dementia and gain ideas on how to interact with relatives who have dementia.
  • Do They All Sleep? A Children's Picture Book

    by Srividhya Lakshmanan
    Whether you laze, doze, snuggle, cuddle, nap or kip, you need to rest for a bit, but do animals ever sleep? Time to jump into the ocean, sneak in some burrows, glance at the savannah, roll down the hill, and find out how they sleep. 'Do they all sleep?' is a colorful picture book that can help your toddler learn how and where animals sleep through some fun little rhymes. In the end, let your toddler tell about their favorite way to sleep. Grab this book now and watch your little one's fun j... more
  • Tessa’s Heart: A Texas Story

    by Jackie Lewis
    TESSA’S HEART A TEXAS STORY It’s 1952, and in the small town of Yoakum, Texas, Tessa Louise Carter – a quirky, sassy, back-talking nine-year-old – finds herself torn between her deeply religious but foul-mouthed grandmother and her beautiful bed-hopping mother. Tessa doesn’t have many friends and takes solace from talking with the ghosts of her dead great-grandmother and great-aunt – which doesn’t sit well with her mother or grandmother. What Tessa wants – and needs – more than anything, is a fa... more

    by Tom Schneider
    In 1735 Emmet returns to New Jersey on assignment for Ben Franklin’s Pennsylvania Gazette. Searching for dirt on Franklin’s rival, Titan Leeds, Emmet digs up more than he bargained for as he learns of the demon‘s birth. When one of the birth’s witnesses is an old friend, Emmet returns to Mount Holly where he will have to confront the Leeds Devil, his own demons, and his broken promise to a forlorn love.
  • Sam The Speedy Sloth

    by Matthew Ralph

    This cute rhyming picture book follows Sam The Speedy Sloth as he goes on a jungle adventure. Challenging the other rain forest animals to a race, Sam learns some important life lessons along the way about being unique, self-confident and not comparing yourself to others. Children will also find a bunch of fun learning activities, including spot the difference, a word search and even fact files for the jungle animals in this book.

  • Jacob's Ladder

    by Louis Flint Ceci

    Last year, Mally Jacobs was the weird kid in school, but that was before he spent a summer in New York, witnessed the Stonewall Riots, and kissed his first boyfriend. Now he's back in Oklahoma, calling himself "Jake," and using his new-found basketball skills to impress his friends and earn a name for himself. But the small town of Croy is a far cry from the freedom and daring he tasted in New York. Can he find a place for himself while holding on to a secret?

  • Not a Fox

    by Arthur Strangekin

    Fox is planning the chicken heist of the century! 

    But will the farmer see through Fox’s clever disguises & hilariously "spot-on" impressions before it's too late?

    Will Fox go undercover as an alien, magician or scientist in his latest caper? 

    Find out! And maybe stay for dinner...

  • Who?: Who Can Help the Warming Arctic?

    by Sophie Weider

    Who? follows the journey of a Snowy owl, Ukpik, in search of a new home, after his own is left uninhabitable by the impacts of climate change. This inspiring and informative Arctic tale is a wonderful story for teachers and parents to share with younger children and start discussions about climate change and environmental stewardship.

    Who? was inspired by first-hand learnings from scientists and Inuit on the 2019 Students on Ice Arctic Expedition. It is thanks to a Stu... more