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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Come in, Come in!

    by Roger Hutchison
    Come in, Come in! is a children’s picture book that captures a young child and their dream of a world in which everyone is welcome just as they are. In this world, absolutely anything is possible, and you will meet a cast of characters you are certain never to forget—elephant clouds, yogi giraffes, giggling moons, dancing tricycles, pirouetting porcupines, hiccuping hyenas, starfish wishes and more! Written by #1 bestselling children’s book author, Roger Hutchison, and illustrated by award-winn... more
  • Ollie Come Free

    by Timothy Patrick

    Ollie Buckmeyer is funny, popular, and lives an idyllic life with his family on one of the last cattle ranches in Southern California. But when he suffers a devastating brain injury, his wonderful world is shattered. Even though he still looks like the same old Ollie, his family mourns as if he had died, his friends don’t know him, and the girl he loves is gone. Everything that matters is taken from him…but something is also given: Ollie has an amazing new talent that might be po... more

  • No-mad

    by Pablo Reig Mendoza

    An eclectic group of friends meets in Milan for a well-known newspaper's anniversary. Each of them comes from different countries and circumstances and will join the party in a privileged setting: the Vittorio Emanuele Gallery, which has been closed for the venue.

    Narrated by Leonardo Ruiz -a Spanish psychologist and business consultant- NO-MAD is a review of some of the concerns of the fast-paced beginning of the millennium we are living in. Leonardo is a cynical optimist accustome... more

  • The Super Twins

    by Andy Slinger
    Why have one superhero when you can have two? Ryan and Jake are your typical mischievous teens. An earth-shattering event gives them abilities beyond their wildest dreams. While they focus on developing their powers, they fail to notice a dark force on the rise. A series of crimes has left the local police mystified. Only they can discover who is responsible. But when they find out the truth, they must make a choice that will change their lives forever… The Super Twins is the debut boo... more
  • Midnight Black

    by robert emery (pen name R. J. Eastwood)
    “When plunder becomes a way of life for men, they create for themselves in the course of time a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it." Frederic Bastiat, French Economist. 1801-1850 Fifteen years following his imprisonment for committing a brutal revenge murder, former top DEA Agent Billy Russell is paroled five-years early to a world controlled by autocratic billionaires. Armed only with his wits, Billy returns to a society fighting for its very survival and soon ... more
  • A Penny's Thoughts

    by Tommy O'Sionnach
    The story of an American penny on it's journey through circulation and all the people it comes across. An inspirational read that touches on faith and the human experience.
  • Saxon Heroines: A Northumbrian Novel

    by Sandra Wagner-Wright

    Seventh century England is a hodgepodge of warring Anglo-Saxon states filled with shifting alliances and treacherous grabs for royal power. Kings rise and fall, depending on Woden's Luck. Northumbria, the damp kingdom north of the River Humber, is a state riven with rivalries and kings determined to expand at any cost. 

    Women have no obvious role in a warrior society, but by using their wits, four women—two queens and two abbesses—make monumental changes. One woman ... more

  • The Great Green Tree and the Magical Ladders: Suburbia

    by Stephen Kozan
    Shea Stonebrook is a typical 10-year-old girl from rural Pennsylvania. The problem is, she's a troublemaker. From not listening to her parents, acting badly in school, and everything in between, Shea is giving everyone a reason to give up on her. That is until one fateful day when an imaginative visitor decides to shape her point of view and offer her access to a place she neve knew existed. In order to achieve access, she will first have to accept responsibility for her actions, and only th... more
  • Wiggles, Stomps, and Squeezes Calm My Jitters Down

    by Lindsey Rowe Parker
    A Picture Book about Sensory Differences. The vibration in her feet when she runs, the tap-tap-tap of her fork on the table at mealtime, the trickle of cool water running over her hands--these are the things that calm her jitters down. This book is for anyone who has ever felt the need for a wiggle, stomp, or squeeze!
  • Eternal Promise: The Soul of Mary Stuart

    by Holly-Eloise Walters
    Eternal Promise, The Soul of Mary Stuart is an intimate version of the story of Mary, Queen of Scots, told with fresh eyes and an open heart. Journey with this Queen as she lives through a breathtakingly pure love, heartbreak, and relentless betrayal. Author Holly-Eloise Walters infuses this telling with warmth, compassion, and love.
  • The Devil's Kiss

    by JOHN B GEERER
    Israel Hands grows up amidst the tumult of the Salem Witch Trials. At the age of twelve he slays a local innkeeper who has accused his father of being in league with the devil. To evade capture Israel absconds to the sea and becomes a preeminent sailor and a ruthless killer. Feared and betrayed by his friend Edward Teach, Israel is crippled for life and driven from the only world he’s ever known. Three hundred years later, retired naval officer Tom Stone buys an old tavern in the seaside tow... more
  • Jenny on the Street

    by David Haldane

    "Dark and twisted a bit like Stephen King," is how one reader recently described "Jenny on the Street: And Other Tales of Reverence and Revolution by a Very Young Man."

    A desperate young woman lost on the drug-infested streets of London, an insane revolutionary holding the devil in a jar, an indifferent truck driver forced to run over cats and a reverent grandmother looking for God in a rock. All of them are among the unforgettable characters inhabiting these 13 shor... more

  • Cruel Summer

    by Bernard Jan

    All he wants to do is skate. But they have other plans for him.

    Michael Daniels is seventeen and dreams of entering professional skateboarding contests. But beneath New Manhattan, a city under the oppressive shadow of climate change, exists another world altogether—secret laboratories which threaten society as he knows it.

    Those with power will get what they want. No price is too high, even if it means making someone special or robbing them... more

  • Circles

    by Ewa Podleś
    In this book you will find more than 200 round objects - spheres and circles. If you have children between 3 and 7, you can all dive into the fantastic world of this perfect shape.
  • Migrations

    by Tim Pompey
    Life is transitory. People move from one point to the next. What happens in that transition? And what choices do we have in the process? In these eight brand-new stories, we follow men and women in transition, sometimes by choice, sometimes imposed by unforeseen circumstances. A young man who graduates from college. An African-American soldier returned home from WWII. A chance meeting with a man in a nursing care facility. A family whose Christmas is affected by Covid-19. Three women who through... more
  • Still Breathing

    by E. A. Fournier
    A sixty-nine-year-old widow from the Midwest travels alone to Kampala, Uganda to help secure a library for a middle school. She learns that nothing in Africa is as it appears and it is only her life experiences as a wife, mother, grandmother and caregiver that give her even a chance to succeed.
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