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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Blind Tribute

    by Mari Christie
    As America marches toward the Civil War, Harry Wentworth, gentleman of distinction and journalist of renown, finds his calls for peaceful resolution have fallen on deaf—nay, hostile—ears. As such, he must finally resolve his own moral quandary: comment on the war from his influential—and safe—position in Northern Society, or make a news story and a target of himself South of the Mason-Dixon Line, in a city haunted by a life he has long since left behind? The day-to-day struggle against counte... more
  • Oh Susannah: Things That Go Bump

    by Carole P. Roman
    Susannah Maya Logan is not having a good day. She doesn't want to go to her best friend, Lola's sleepover. Susannah thinks the house is big and spooky, not to mention the ghost that is said to live there. Lola's big brother, Kai, loves to tease Susannah with scary stories. Throughout her day, she sees people deal with things that scare them. Her sight-impaired friend, Macy, is terrified of unicorns, of all things. She sees a boy at a party who's frightened of clowns. Her teacher is afraid of get... more
  • Big Data Is Watching You!

    by Bruce Hartman

    In Goozle Earth®, where the all-knowing and all-powerful force of Big Data rules humanity through the Internet of Things and the corporate power of Goozle Inc., it falls to one man – named Smith – to wander off the grid and save the world from the Next Big Thing.

    George Orwell meets the Wizard of Oz!

  • Guardian Angel

    by Bill McCauley

    Markus Simmons, a 13-year-old 8th-grader, wants to hang with the cool kids. When his social studies class begins a Holocaust project, some A-listers befriend him to get him to work with them so they can have access to his Oma, who was in Auschwitz, and he discovers that there are Holocaust deniers in the world, one of whom is in his class. Then someone identifies his Oma as having played a criminal role during the Holocaust, and he has to reconcile his love for his grandmother, his desire to ... more

  • Scuba

    by Jimmy Olsen
    This is the story of an 1806 shipwreck that comes around again in modern times to haunt the same family and threaten their lives.
  • The Absurd Adventures of Monkey, Puppy, and Lion: The Day of the Flying Pot Roast

    by Nick Stockton
    Monkey, Puppy, and Lion live in a tree-house in their nine year old friend's (Pete) backyard. They don't always know the right thing to do, so they do what they can, which isn't always the best thing to do! Read about their adventures trying to sneak food from Pete's house, running around in plain sight, and getting into trouble!
  • Linen Shroud

    by Destiny Kinal
    Linen Shroud is the story of two families, one NativeAmerican, the other French Huguenot, Here, as the changes that brought civil war to the United States gather and then break, a savage transformation challenges our dreams of possibilities on this new continent, transplanting the sensory world we evolved with as agricultural humans. Pitched battles for the soul of the future are underway, echoing the bloody battle between North and South: ✥ Will the women of European bloodlines win the res... more
  • Wide Plank Porches

    by Laura Frances
    The Parker women of Riverton, North Carolina are known for three things: southern graces, storytelling, and sassy mouths. The second to some, would be considered outright lying, the last a surprise to those who view them as ladies with a gentle upbringing. But the Parker legacy has never been what it seems and keeping up appearances in their small town has trumped the truth every time. Just as Charlotte is about to break the news of her plan to strike out on her own, her daughter, Janie, returns... more
  • Cyrus the Persian Messiah

    by Mason Balouchian
    A dramatic account of the life and accomplishments of Cyrus The Great, the founder of the Persian Empire, with major focus on conquest of Lydia, Babylon, liberation of Jewish slaves, and issuance of Human Rights Charter known as Cyrus’ Cylinder. An entertaining and suspenseful historical fiction for all readers including students and scholars.
  • Be Proud of Who You Are

    by Tania Giguere
    Allen is a small green frog; that feels he has no place in this world, that he just a frog. However, on his adventures, Allen discovers just how needed he is. Just how important all things are in life.
  • Salem Mean Girls

    by Sylvia Prince
    My parents dragged me to Salem to have a “normal teenage experience.” But Salem was anything but normal. It all started with Ann Putnam—blonde, flawless, and leader of the Glass Girls, the most popular clique in the colonies. At first, Ann seemed perfect. I mean, she’s rich enough to have a mirror. But then she started accusing our neighbors of witchcraft. I know she’s lying. But can I stop her before she destroys the entire village?
  • The Last Night of Summer

    by kevin fontenot
    Christopher falls asleep on the night before the first day of school only to awaken in a strange and magical forest. With the help a few new friends and courage he never knew he had, Christopher finds his way home as well as all the bravery he needs for his first day at school.
  • Dark Against the Sky: A Climbing Boy's Story

    by Stephen B. Hauge
    This book is a compelling story about climbing boys, or young chimney sweeps, in London in 1834. It follows the adventures of Tommy Simpson, as he struggles to find and be re-united with his father, faces the daily challenges of life as a climbing boy, and interacts with friends and street folk. Though his story is often darkened by his work and the period, it is brightened and redeemed by his growth in his journey and the humanity he shares with his "band of brothers."
  • 15405117365

    by marc twine
    Short tales for busy people.
  • The Tyler Files

    by Brian Rock
    Tyler is a normal 5th grader, except for one thing - His pants won’t stop talking! How will he make it through the day without becoming the school laughingstock? And how will Tyler survive his pants’ “off the cuff” remarks to the school bully (and to his secret crush?) With a little help from his best friend, Tyler gives a first-hand account of the mysterious, improbable and occasionally funny events that are so strange they can only be found in THE TYLER FILES.
  • Trackwalker

    by Devin McLaughlin
    Meet Wolf Styron, sleepwalking, orphaned 18 year old with a retentive bladder. Wolf is about to discover that his father’s death ten years prior was no accident and his pursuit of the truth will take him down a dangerous path to his own coming of age. One chance encounter with a reclusive acquaintance of his deceased father tears his life in two. Who in his midst, a stuttering priest, a brilliant and broken gambler, a comely young woman, knows what happened?

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