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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • 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
  • The Chimes of Westminster: And Other Short Stories

    by Gary W. Priester
    A collection of short stories by Gary W. Priester The stories are quirky and range from chimes, to crimes, to the good old times . In the title story “The Chimes of Westminster,” Sid inherits a chiming antique mantle clock from his great aunt Florence. But does the clock possess a mind of its own? During his research, Sid discovers the clock’s unusual history. “Death” ponders the deaths we encounter in life. Our hero goes out kicking and screaming. But not before he reveals his intimate ... more
  • Reparations USA

    by Philip Wyeth

    America, 2028. The War for Equity has begun! A new bureaucracy called the Historical Reparations Administration oversees enforcement of restitution for colonialism and slavery. This is the story of everyday people caught in the crossfire between idealism and technology. A chillingly prescient dystopian satire, Reparations USA is the first of a four-book series that explores many of today's most pressing societal and political issues.

  • Counting Sweets for Claire the Panda Bear

    by Christine Cirillo
    This fun educational coloring book invites readers along on Claire’s journey. As the readers add color to each page, they will learn the signs and symptoms, and management of Type 1 Diabetes. Parents can use this book to launch a discussion with their own children about their health or raise awareness of a classmates' health concerns.
  • No More Flu for Suzie Sue

    by Christine Cirillo
    Suzie Sue caught the flu and needs your help to feel better again! Follow along with this fun read to learn how to prevent and stop the spread of the flu.
  • No More Curves for Doris the Spinosaurus

    by Christine Cirillo
    The Health Awareness Adventures Series goes Prehistoric! Doris the Spinosaurus is diagnosed with Scoliosis. Doris is told how important wearing this brace is for her curvy spine. Struggling to cope with wearing a back brace, dinosaurs from the Wild Safari Zoo come to the rescue! Will Doris be able to cope with her new diagnosis and wear her brace to the Dino-Dance? Read to find out!
  • No More Spreading COVID-19

    by Christine E. Cirillo

    Oh no! There is a "SEApandemic" outbreak,
    The sea creatures need your help to find a way to protect themselves and others from COVID-19.
    Are you ready to be transported into the deep blue sea?
    Just wash your hands, put on your mask, and read with me!

    “No More Spreading COVID-19,” will transport readers into the deep blue sea, where a “seapandemic” arises. Will the sea creatures find a way to protect themselves from the contagious ger... more

  • No More Peanuts for Ellie the Elephant

    by Christine E. Cirillo

    There are some very important rules at the zoo where Ellie the Elephant lives. One of the rules warns visitors not to feed the elephants peanuts. A little girl named Suzie visits the zoo and breaks the rules, getting Ellie into a lot of trouble. Ellie is allergic to the peanuts! After eating them goes into anaphylaxis. Will her mother and vet get to her in time to save her? Read to find out!

    As the readers add color (in the paperback edition) to her zoo, they will learn all about the da... more

  • Signed, A Paddy

    by Lisa Boyle
    Ireland, 1848. Fourteen-year-old Rosaleen watches her mother die. Her country is reeling from the great potato famine, which will ultimately kill more than one million people. Driven by a promise and her will to survive, Rosaleen flees her small coastal town. She eventually arrives in America at the birth of the industrial revolution and is filled with hope and a new sense of independence. Yet the more Rosaleen becomes a part of this new world, the more she longs for a community she lost and ... more
  • Enfant Terrible: Opening Acts

    by Gwydhar Gebien
    Damen Warner is the front man for a metalcore band who has hit the skids. Hard. His record label dropped him, his manager has gone missing and now his agent won’t return his calls. He is broke and homeless, and his career is deader than rock and roll. And worse—he’s thirty. In a last-ditch effort to revive his career, Damen returns to Chicago on the promise of playing Lollapalooza and his life quickly spirals into a vortex of sex, drugs, rock and roll, colorful language, explicit content a... more
  • My Truly Most Favorite Fluffy Friend

    by Pamela Tomlin
    Emma collects a group of stuffed animal friends. They help her to feel safe at bedtime each night so that she doesn't get scared all by herself.
  • Servicenow ITOM Training

    by Harini Gupta

    serviceNow ITOM training at conveying three significant viewpoints for your ITOM group – administration perceivability, administration accessibility and administration deftness. By actualizing ITOM arrangement, you can pick up start to finish perceivability into business administrations and basic framework, improve the wellbeing of the administrations, and acquaint mechanization with increment the movement of your administration conveyance. Course Features: 30 Hrs of instructor-led trai... more

  • Recommendations for Usage, Commercial Contracts, and Cost Recovery in Government Contracts

    by Gregory K. Tharp
    This book will be of interest to those in the field of contract management in the United States government, the private sector, and internationally. This book is relevant to scholars and academics as well as both American and international policymakers, those working in the field of contract management, and those seeking to join the field of contract management. It will be useful for people interested in contracting with the United States government and in designing and implementing acquisitions... more

    by Matt McMahon

    Phil Kyle likes being an introvert. But when he reads a passage that makes him realize he has never had a meaningful relationship - with anyone - he ditches his mildly successful career for an isolated mountain cabin. Phil makes a few tentative friendships in the mountains and a few enemies. Between internal and external skirmishes Phil meets sages from the Himalayas, rescues damsels in distress, soars among the clouds, and falls in love. All within forty miles of his cabin. After an incident... more

  • Lonk the Loooong Giraffe

    by Daniel H. Lee
    Lonk the Loooong Giraffe travels to the Grand Savannah, in search of a new life. The problem? He literally stands out from the crowd because of his unusually long neck. The other animals are not at all welcoming to Lonk. One day, foraging for food, he encounters several different animals. With each encounter, he finds his long neck is a benefit, not a detriment. At the end of the story, Lonk has managed to not only help others in need but create long-lasting relationships in the process.
  • Not Our Fathers' Dreams

    by Robert Herzog
    In 1968, a simple rite of passage like graduation can have a deadly consequence: eligibility for the draft. When Bobby Kennedy is assassinated the night before Alexander “Zack” Zacharias’s college graduation, Zack’s hopes of Kennedy ending the war are dashed. Now his only option for deferment is to join the Teachers for Change program. He’s convinced teaching will be easy, allowing him to pursue his real goal of living a creative life in the East Village. But Zack is assigned extremely chall... more