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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • How to Eat Your ABC's

    by Theresa A. McKeown
    How to Eat Your ABC’s is the first book in a new series of unique children’s books. Cleverly written and illustrated, this book encourages children to get excited about healthy eating and develop a genuine love for reading. Written entirely in rhyme with a melodic tone, it is meant to be read aloud so parents can share in the experience.
  • Peter and Lisa: A Mental Illness Children's Story

    by Charles Katz and Linda Baron Katz
    Peter and Lisa: A Mental Illness Children's Story is about two people affected by depression and mania. This sweet, straightforward book helps children understand these conditions and lets them know that with the proper medication and support by family and friends, people can get better! Whether the child is mentally ill or interacting with someone who is, Peter and Lisa is a helpful read for young people who simply need to know more about mental illness. Authors Charles and Linda Katz offer... more
  • Strivers and Other Stories

    by Robert J. Williams
    Set between the 1920s and the present day, Strivers and Other Stories explores African-American and Southern voices reflecting characters striving towards their versions of the American dream. We meet teachers and doctors, train porters and factory workers, soldiers and musicians; mothers, fathers, children and spouses; mentors and mentees. With a mix of humor and heart, satire and sentiment, this collection captures their everyday struggles for better lives and their hopes for promising futures... more
  • Clevenger Gold: The True Story of Murder and Unfound Treasure

    by SE Swapp
    This novel is the true story of the Clevenger family from Arizona Territory, and their unfortunate events as they trekked north to Washington Territory. Once the old, cantankerous Sam Clevenger and his wife, Charlotte, hired Frank Willson and John Johnson to help with the move, their fate took a dark turn. These true events were documented by journalists through the 1887 trial and well into the 1900s, and stories have been told of Sam’s unfound treasure for nearly 130 years. This is the... more
  • Hungry Generations - a novel

    by Daniel Melnick

    Seeking a larger publisher for Hungry Generations: In September of 1972, Jack Weinstein – a young composer – arrives in Los Angeles, seeking a job in the movie studios, and he develops a friendship with Alexander Petrov, a great piano virtuoso, one of the émigré European geniuses in flight from Nazi Germany, who raised their families in L.A. The pianist tells the young man stories of his life from the thirties to the present and of those expatriates liv... more

  • In Love's Time

    by Lilian White
  • Rhapsody (Reverie Book 2)

    by Lauren Rico
    Top cellist Julia James has begun a whole new life- happily married and expecting her first child. She is finally poised to have the life she's always dreamed of and she is finally able to put the past behind her. 

 Unfortunately, the past isn't quite done with Julia yet.
 Riding high on his gold medal win at the Kreisler International Music Competition, Jeremy Corrigan is stunned to find his reputation in tatters, along with his plans for fame and fortune. But Jeremy isn't one to toler... more
  • The Incredible Box

    by Kathy Goosev Howell
    Go ahead open THE INCREDIBLE BOX. Don't be afraid! The box will sparkle. It will shine. It will amaze you! Inside you will find the perfect pair of shoes. Put them on and see what happens! Have fun with the chameleon family as they each open THE INCREDIBLE BOX and find an exciting surprise!
  • Return to the Chapel of Eternal Love

    by stephen murray
    Five years have passed since we spent a day with Rosemary, manager of the Chapel of Eternal Love in the heart of Las Vegas. Is the wedding chapel still the love of her life? Does Buster, her faithful dachshund, still have his nose for matrimony? And, in the interim, what has happened to all the couples who ventured into the chapel that day? On which path did Mattie and Garth’s Harley-Davidsons take them after they rode off that morning? Did the anti-war activist bride find peace with her Iraqi v... more
  • The Chapel of Eternal Love

    by stephen murray
    Known for its lavish hotels and casinos, beautiful showgirls and sumptuous buffets, Las Vegas is home to an abundance of wedding chapels, where blushing brides vow everlasting love to their knights in shining armor. Follow Rosemary, the wedding organizer, and Buster, her dachshund with a nose for matrimony, as they guide you through the fictional stories of the Chapel of Eternal Love. Witness a Harley-riding love affair and a May-December romance. Meet a widow and widower who encounter each othe... more
  • Don the Fly wants a Friend

    by Venita Yvonne Vance
    This beautifully illustrated children’s book about a lonely fly will help teach your children about the importance of friendship and trust. Don the fly wants nothing more than to find a friend. He meets many different animals that are too busy to play with him. They send Don on his way. While running away from animals who want to trick him, Don finally finds a buddy to laugh, talk, and play with. This is a great bedtime story or learning tool for readers ages five to seven. Like a Dr. Seuss bo... more
  • Radar Road: the Best of On Impulse

    by Nath Jones
    Radar Road: the Best of On Impulse highlights an exploration of twenty-first century narrative. In four collections that move from raw to refined, the On Impulse series invites the reader to contemplate how we use language now: online, in full-length books, and with each other. Morgan Kiger arranged this fifth collection to stand on its own while showcasing the series's original trajectory from catharsis to craft.
  • Fetch Us Some Water (Southern Skies Collection Book 2)

    by Wendi Christner
    After years of keeping her distance, a daughter returns to care for her dying mother, but the bridge to forgiveness may be too damaged to cross. Written in beautiful Southern narrative, this tumultuous, emotional journey fully captures the resilience of the human spirit and the power of love.
  • Blowback '07

    by Brian Meehl

    Clashing teenage twins Arky and Iris have one thing in common: an ancient musical instrument left to them by their mother. When Iris plays the strangely curved woodwind, the trouble begins; Arky’s friend, Matt, the school’s star quarterback, disappears.

    Transported to 1907 and the Carlisle Indian School, Matt is forced to play football for Coach Pop Warner as the Carlisle “Redmen” revolutionize Ivy League football. Matt’s struggle to “play his way home” is complicated when he falls in l... more

  • Minecraft with Grandma (an Unofficial Minecraft Book)

    by Cinda Lee
    Seth is seriously excited that he gets to play Minecraft with his grandma. They live far away from each other but now they can play together whenever they want. Join them as they fight mobs, search for hidden treasure and create epic surprises for each other. If you like Minecraft you will love this book.
  • Leave a Crooked Path

    by Simone Paradis Hanson
    It is the last summer before high school, Claire's last summer as a child before a tragedy and its aftermath propel her into adulthood. The child of an alcoholic father, Claire weaves deftly between comedy and tragedy, making sense of her senseless world. She tries as only a child can, in vain, to protect her sister from the violence of their father who can switch so quickly from a man to a monster.