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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • What Wonders Do You See... When You Dream? (Wonders 1)

    by Justine Avery

    This is an invitation to a new nighttime ritual, a going-to-bed book that reminds us all that bedtime can be the most wonderful time of all...

    The spellbinding style and alluring rhythm of Justine Avery's writing are brought to life by Liuba Syrotiuk’s dreamlike watercolor illustrations to inspire children and adults to set aside the day’s excitement and drift into the adventure of sleep itself.

    What Wonders Do You See... When You Dream? encourage... more

  • Baby Trolls Get a Bad Rap

    by Justine Avery

    Trolls. You think you know all about them—from what you’ve read, seen, or heard.

    But have you considered the baby trolls?

    They do exist. And they have something to say.

    ...Meet Horatio, Saul, and little Grizelda: three baby trolls who just want to be heard, respected, and most of all, to be your friend.

  • Julian: A Spy Thriller, Sci-Fi and Fantasy Collection

    by Raphael O. Shonibare

    Julian - A powerful organisation develops mind-controlling technology and takes control of the United Kingdom, turning it into a fascist state, leaving the fate of the nation in the hands of three hackers - Spy Thriller.  

     Delilah - A tempestuous night leads a woman to a house, and she brings desolation - Fantasy.

    Miranda-1 - A doctor lures the unsuspecting to a mysterious hospital, where no one ever leaves... alive - Sci Fi.

    Eden - In hi... more

  • Who Made a Hole in the Chicken Coop?

    by Malvika Patel
    Who Made a Hole in the Chicken Coop is a delightful children's book that champions the power of confidence for children at an age when they need it most. It is a book for every child who seeks encouragement, especially from the people that mean the most to them - their parents. An uplifting book that teaches children positive life skills early on and reinforces a child’s dreams, self-esteem, and imagination. Let’s empower our children to dream big and believe in themselves!
  • Riley

    by Paul Martin Midden
  • Dancing on Seaside

    by Julius James DeAngelus
    Dancing on Seaside is a novel set in Atlantic City during the summer of 1977, the last summer before legalized gambling. The story revolves around characters whose lives will be forever changed: friends who may be spending their last summer together, siblings who are finally facing regrettable decisions they made decades ago and first loves that may never be realized. Atlantic City is no longer the "Lady by the Sea" as it used to be called. By 1977, it is a town that is on it's knees with crime,... more
  • Mama's Daycare

    by Ngozi Edema
    The story is about a cute little girl Nene who is looking forward to going to school in the fall. She is very close to her mother and is worried about what her mum would do when she goes to school. She then plans fun activities for her mama, giving us insight into the imaginative mind of this young girl.
  • Jacob's Ghetto: You're Not the Product of Your Environment

    by Travis Peagler
    A young artistic African American boy sets his sights on winning a lucrative writing competition in hopes of escaping the ghetto he never wanted to call home.
  • Goodbye, Maggie

    by Gary Gautier
    Phil, too old for coming-of-age ordeals and too young for a midlife crisis, can’t seem to keep it together. He’s the nerdy oddball out at work and seems to be losing his artist girlfriend, Hermia, to a salesman named Gus. His life advisors include the madcaps and mystics of the New Age culture in which he moves, not the least of which is his big brother, Magnus, charismatic, congenial, and a very powerful spiritual guide. An episodic tug-of-war between these characters dramatically changes when ... more
  • Lost and Found

    by Liv Rancourt
    A dancer who cannot dance and a doctor who cannot heal must find in each other the strength to love. History books will call it The Great War, but for Benjamin Holm, that is a misnomer. The war is a disaster, a calamity, and it leaves Benjamin profoundly wounded, his mind and memory shattered. A year after Armistice, still struggling to regain his mental faculties, he returns to Paris in search of his closest friend, Elias. Benjamin meets Louis Donadieu, a striking and mysterious dance ma... more
  • Love Is Forever

    "My love for you will never stop. It lives on in your laughter, in your heart, and in your thoughts." Losing a loved one is hard for anyone, especially a child who might be experiencing loss for the first time. This book gives caregivers and children a beautiful way to begin talking about loss and grief, and how to keep loved ones close in heart and mind through shared memories. Endearing artwork perfectly complements this heartfelt story about keeping love alive in the present and in the futur... more
  • Come In: Open the Doors to You

    What do you think of when you see a door? Doors can lead to many places. An open door means welcome. An open door can mean an opportunity to learn something new, meet new friends, and try new activities. Each door opens to a part of you. Each door opens to all the possibilities of YOU! In this unique and comforting book, young readers will walk through many metaphorical doors and explore all the different aspects that make up each of our lives: family, neighborhood, charity, friendship, educatio... more
  • Shattered Pearl: A Taming the Twisted Novella

    by Jodie Toohey
    Pearl should be happy. She just married the love of her life, Lester Sinkey, and is ready to assume the role of wife and mother she’d dreamed about since she was a little girl. There’s just one thing standing in her way. Every time she and Lester try to consummate, Pearl feels a searing pain like she’s being sliced open with the clamming knives her family uses camping along the Mississippi River every summer. Disturbing memories of her great uncle, Mason, a veteran of the war between the states,... more
  • Return of the Jaguar

    by Norm Cuddy
    In December 1997,In the tiny village of Acteal, Chiapas, Mexico, forty five unarmed people, mostly women and children, were massacred in a church. The paramilitary group Mascara Roja or Red Mask, took responsibility claiming the villagers were supporters of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation, led by the mysterious subcomandante Marcos. The foregoing is an historical event reported by the New York Times. The reader is taken on a thrilling and perilous journey across the Baja desert and... more

    by paul trinkle
    Come enjoy a tale of two adorable pigeons as they celebrate the seasons with fun and laughter! Oh, and one very interesting thing...they're always on this mans feet! Sure, they could fly away, but why would they! They are having a ball and you will too!! And as an extra special something, we've included educational pages for a young minds development.