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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Hama the Pig's Big Adventure

    by Alexis Fajardo

    Hama the pig spends his days stuck in a pigpen perched on top of a hill and watches the proud Viking ships sail the waves on their way to adventure. Hama wishes he could join them, but pigs are not made for such things. Hama will soon learn that adventure doesn’t care who you are or how little you might be…it just wants you to be ready for it!


    From the pages of the acclaimed graphic novel series, Kid Beowulf, comes a one-of-a-kind storybook for young readers featu... more

  • Gateway of the Sun

    by Michael Joseph DeRosa
    Three teens unlock a mysterious teleportation system that connects the world’s Stone Age megaliths. Eagle Scouts, Bugsy Houghton and Frankie Fatone camp at America's Stonehenge in New Hampshire, watching the sun rise over the standing stone. Frankie plays a tune on a pocket keyboard. They disappear into a vortex of light, instantly reappearing under Bolivia's prehistoric arch, "Gateway of the Sun," interrupting a tribal blood ceremony and flee for their lives. Returning home they test the pheno... more
  • Joey Loves Granny

    by Nidhi Sharma

    Joey Loves Granny is a love song celebrating the relationship between grandchildren and grandparents. It is the tale of a little boy Joey who adores his Granny. They are super close. One day, Joey notices that Granny is sad. At first, he does not understand why, but later he finds out and tries his best to make Granny happy. This deeply moving and inspiring story carefully deals with themes of love, loss, overcoming grief and embracing happiness with ease and simplicity. The story promotes ca... more

  • SNAPPED!

    by Martin Follose
    Lester Lopkins is a below-average kid who wants to be noticed for something other than the best target for bullies. His only possibility for fame is to become the chess champion of the school. But on the day before the big chess match, Austin, the school’s number one bully, stuffs Lester in his locker. Something happens to the claustrophobic Lester during his time in his locker, and he gains the power to snap his fingers and stop time. At first, Lester uses his power in bad ways. It also c... more
  • Assignment Help

    by Leo Wilson
    Hi, I am Leo Wilson, a technical writer, and a Ph.D. scholar, and have around 4 years of experience in writing in different fields. I found that students are worried about their assignments and looking for assignment help. Assignments are mandatory because they affect your, and marks are important. So if you want any help for the same, you can connect to me. I am here for the Online assignment help in various subjects to get good grades in your exams.
  • My Heart Went Walking

    by Sally Hanan

    The only man she’s ever loved is seeing her sister.
    And now they have to save her together.


    Sally Hanan’s sublime debut mixes the prose of Sue Monk Kidd with the dialogue of Maeve Binchy. With captivating warmth, she pulls us in to how it felt to live in Ireland’s changing culture of the ‘80s, and how it often made a woman’s decisions for her.

    “I can’t bear to keep w... more

  • The Contract - A Novel

    by P.A. Hempel

    Sue is a 28-year-old teacher at a high school in Queens. She is popular, successful, and has a very rich fiancé. Then her kidneys begin to fail, and her fiancé dumps her. After exhausting all the conventional paths, Sue posts an ad on a dating site looking for a kidney donor and offering a year of hot sex in exchange. Josh, a naïve computer programmer, responds to her ad. Although it seems as if this could be a supremely awkward transaction, Sue realizes that this is an opp... more

  • Joy in a Box and other stories

    by Sally Hanan
    A collection of flash fiction stories
  • The Rites of Passage

    by Jonathan Arnowitz Taylor
    Most coming of age novels suggest this ‘coming of age’ is the defining moment in your life. The Rites of Passage takes a different view: Jamie Goldberg faces the classical “who am I?” question. His search brings more questions than answers. Follow him on his bumpy journey of self-revelation as he learns the difference between the self we can remake and reinvent as opposed to the other self —our integrity or our soul— which we can betray only at our peril. It’s a story of compassion and the year... more
  • Haryana College Admission

    by Kajal Verma

    DHE Haryana College Admission Form UG Courses Online Registration Last Date, Eligibility Criteria at the admissions.nic.in & www.highereduhry.com Notice. Now Haryana Government College UG Admission starts for BA BSc BCom in Govt, Aided, and Self Financing Colleges. Higher Education Department Haryana College Admission Last Date official notification has been released from the admissions.nic.in. Haryana Govt College UG Admission Application Form Students L... more

  • Beautiful and easy mandala designs for all ages

    by hannah leah
    hello! do you love to color mandala designs, but fed up of coloring hard designs of mandala arts? no worry! this book is for you! here are 32 easy mandala arts, for you and for your kids to color. I think that you know, there are many benefits of coloring, but also I will say few... coloring helps you to relax your mind. Mandalas not only focus your attention but also allow you to express your creative side. People who color mandalas often experience a deep sense of calm and well-bein... more
  • folk stories of Sri Lanka

    by hannah leah
    Folktales have magic, kings, wicked step-mothers, and beautiful maidens. Good is sometimes rewarded. Evil is sometimes rewarded. And sometimes tricksters fool their way into power. These things happen in Sri Lankan folktales, too. But, unlike European folktales, the characters are not simply good or bad. This mix of traits makes the stories take unexpected turns. How many people do you know who would invite a thief to live with them because the thief is poor? Have you ever heard of a jackal that... more
  • All the Love in the Land, Alice

    by Joan Lisi
    Alice, an immigrant from Canada, moves to Los Angeles and marries a man she knows has a scandal in his past. She becomes a socialite and opera singer during the 1920's, and a widow with two children. The Great Depression drives her ambitious opera plans into poverty. When her new scheme to fame, to build a hotel on the Pan American Highway, fails, she commits suicide 3 days before her son's wedding.
  • Rose the cat-dog

    by Todd Albert
    Rose is a tiny and timid rescue dog who likes to keep to herself. Her humans even think of her as a cat-dog because of her quiet, quirky feline ways. That is, until Rose decides to act like a "real" dog to love, protect and play with the new baby about to join her family. Rose would soon find out whether that was really the best way to be a good dog for her new little human sister!
  • Gods, Nukes and a Whole Lot of Nonsense

    by Shirani Rajapakse
    A young village boy’s dream of leaving the village becomes a reality when he is mistaken for a Prophet. Bored at being at home after retiring, an administrative officer tries to find ways to regain his lost social status while making a quick earning. A devout old man prays at the Ganges as the world wakes up to a nuclear India. The fortunes of a fake Sadhu changes when someone uses his image on a postcard. A young women meets God in the most unlikely of places, but loses him when she falls aslee... more
  • Poisoned Jungle

    by James Ballard

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    n a powerful human saga, Andy teeters on the chasm of survivor's guilt, desperate to find equilibrium in his life. Deep down, he wants to live but doesn't know how. Poisoned Jungle is an intimate glimpse into one veteran's struggle for meaning after experiencing the despair of war.

    Poisoned Jungle speaks to the long psychological tentacles war has on the lives it touches, and the difficulty of breaking free of them. Realizing changes have occurred deep within, Vietna... more

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