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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Clemmy Learns to Talk

    by Caroline Crocker
    Clemmy Learns to Talk is the second in an enchanting series of stand-alone picture books about Clemmy the Brave Bulldog. In this mostly-true story, Clemmy discovers that her family speaks a different language from her. When, after much listening, watching and practice, they learn to understand each other, the resulting communication enriches them all.
  • Clemmy Gets a Family

    by Caroline Crocker
    Clemmy Gets a Family is the mostly-true story of a sad and lonely orphan bulldog puppy who, through the love of her people family, is transformed into a confident and brave family pet.
  • Ireentje Learns the Hard Way: An Immigrant Child's Escapades in Canada

    by Caroline Crocker
    This book was written to be read aloud to children between 4 and 10. It contains true stories of life in Canada 60 years ago. Read all about what happens when Ireentje, an immigrant child, chews gum she found on the playground, played in a ditch were wolves roamed, and skated in the backyard.

    by Bruce Mitchell
    The Circus Maximus, Rome, AD54. Veteran gladiator Flamma has a trident at his neck, but his Nubian opponent disobeys Emperor Nero’s command, and spares his life. That night, Flamma returns the favour and cuts the Nubian down from the cross. Everyone knows you don’t mess with Nero. The gladiators must escape Italy while they’re still in one piece. The duo becomes a trio when Dimitra, runaway Spartan slave and woman-warrior, joins them on an epic journey across the known world. Each is haun... more
  • Club Bamboo

    by B. Anthony
    "In South Georgia, 1977, beyond the bright lights of Atlanta, where darkness meets light, is Club Bamboo. Best friends built the place for live entertainment, accented with Georgia bamboo and featuring a fireplace, bar, and bedrooms. Club Bamboo is the pulse of South Georgia, and Raw—Ready and Willing—often rules the stage. The band consists of Vincent “Fingers” on guitar. Charles, better known as Dr. Thump, plays bass. Sam “Pony Boy” is on drums, and Amos—Mr. Velvet—is lead singer, along wit... more
  • The Fallen Woman's Daughter

    by Michelle Cox

    When eight-year-old Nora arrives at the Park Ridge School for Girls in 1932, she is sure there’s been some mistake. She can’t imagine why she and her little sister, Patsy, were torn from their mother and then subjected to the cruel whims of the house matron, Mrs. Morris. When their mother fails to rescue them week after week—and Mrs. Morris drops hints that their mother may be a “fallen woman”—Nora begins to doubt they will ever see her again.

    Nine ye... more

  • Why the Alligator Got IN Our Bathtub

    by Dr. Zee
    Siblings are shocked to discover a large alligator at their doorstep. Should they let him in? How will their journeys end? Is this alligator a friend or foe? Come along with these siblings, ... and, you'll be really glad you did so!
  • Sun Needs a Holiday

    by Dr. Zee
    Funny and imaginative children’s story about our Sun wishing to take a holiday after trillions of years dedicated to Earth and its surrounding solar system. The Sun’s name is Rayer. “I have a name and it’s Rayer. SUN is only a title. It is what I do - - it’s my job, NOT my name.” Rayer put planet earth on notice. Extremely tired, Rayer wants a much-deserved holiday!
  • The Lumen Caligo: Fallen

    by Lawrence Cobb
    There are three types of people in the world. Those with white wings. Those with black wings. And those with none. Every 350 years a 4th is born called the Lumen Caligo. One side of his wings there is white. On the other side, there is black. Throughout time, the Lumen Caligo acted as a peacekeeper for all the nations, leading them to times of peace, prosperity, and power… Then, the Lumen Caligo of the 1600s mysteriously vanished at the brink of war between the nations. His last letter was somet... more
  • The Starlet in Cabin Number Seven

    by Chrysteen Braun

    Return to picturesque 1980s Lake Arrowhead, California where another cozy cabin sheltered amongst the sweeping pine-lined vistas holds a long-buried secret, waiting to be divulged.


    In this third installment of The Guest Book Trilogy, a young Annie Parker is struggling to overcome her grief over the recent loss of her sister, when a childhood friend unexpectedly turns up seeking refuge from an ill-fated marriage. It would have been easy for Annie to sink deeper into sadness,... more

  • Scribbles from the Middling Cat

    by R.S. Vern

    “An engaging work of fiction that appeals to readers of all ages by offering a unique perspective on life and the human experience, as seen through the eyes of a curious and introspective middling cat.”

    Following the delightful, illustrated book collection “Haee and the Other Middlings”, R.S. Vern continues with a collection of interrelated entries written through the eyes of its main cat protagonist, Haee.

    These scribbles are an introspection of ... more

  • Haee’s Quest for the Greater Prairie

    by R.S. Vern

    The very pursuits that once filled us with zeal and excitement may lose their luster. The goals we set out to achieve may no longer resonate with the person we have become. We encounter moments of doubt, confusion, or even disillusionment. In these moments, it is essential to remember that the journey to find meaning and purpose is not linear. It is a process of exploration, growth, and evolution. What once felt like the epitome of purpose may now seem inconsequential, and that is perfectly n... more

  • The Unconventional Life of Haee: Part Two of Haee and the Other Middlings

    by R.S. Vern

    Rules provide a framework that establishes boundaries and expectations, ensuring that individuals can coexist peacefully. They create a sense of structure and predictability, promoting fairness and accountability. However, rules alone are not enough to build a thriving community. We must also find a reason to fit in, a sense of purpose that allows us to forge deeper connections, and create a sense of belonging. Only then can we create a community where individuals can flourish, united by a sh... more

  • The Heart of Annie

    by J.S. Foote
  • Josie, Johnnie and Rosie and the Ocean Rescue!

    by Michael Panzner
    Follow the adventure of three wonderful friends – a little girl and twin unicorns – who journey to the beach and end up saving a family of fish. After rescuing them, the trio realizes the sea and the sand also need their help, and they join with others to clean things up. Aided by special unicorn magic, they restore nature’s beauty and show how to make our world a better place.
  • Pippa Potter, President's Daughter: Pippa Speaks Up!

    by Elizabeth James

    Fourth-grade Pippa just wants to fit in at her new school. But the fact that her mom’s the President of the United States—who never seems to be around anymore—doesn’t make that easy.

    Nor does the annoying classmate who won’t stop reminding everyone who her mom is. (As if anyone could ever forget! It’s not like anyone else is followed around by a Secret Service agent.)

    But when her teacher assigns class speeches, Pippa’s best-laid plans at ... more