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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Cowlicks & Freckles

    by Robin S. Garland

    Jelly Douglas is a self-starter who likes to help others; but, she has an awkward way of showing it when self-awareness always seems to get her into new predicaments.

    Asking questions, no one appears to be able to answer, when Jelly starts a new business to earn money; her jealous friends and nagging sisters try to block her progress every time.

    Meeting Madison Winterbaum who is smarter and more intuitive than her, Jelly learns Sign Language to communicate with Madison, and Madiso... more

  • Jack and the Case of the Missing Sandwich

    by D J Romeo
    Jack is a furry detective on a mission. After being falsely accused of stealing, Jack solves the mystery and makes a new friend in the process.
  • Arise Pendragon

    by Leon Mintz
    Arise Pendragon continues down the treacherous path that laid open at the end of Ambrosius Aureliani. Young Artorius and Merlinus flee from their home near Aureliani in war-torn Gaul. Soon though, a patrol from the federated army of King Theodoric I intercepts them. Their struggle to reach Britain leads them through many episodes of legendary status over the span of several years.
  • Animal Homes ZXA: an Out of Order Alphabet Book

    by Barbara Gibbon
    Children often depend on ABC order to name letters. If the letters were mixed up, would your child still recognize them? Filled with rich illustrations of animals and their habitats, this book teaches letters by shape and beginning letter sound, rather than alphabetical order.
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    This book is great for teaching early literacy skills such as letter knowledge, beginning letter sounds, and vocabulary. The ABCs are mixed up to encourage teaching letters by shape and beginning letter sound rather than rote memorization. The animals are arranged according to their habitat.
  • "Maxwell, the Raindrop: Am I Still Me?"

    by Joseph Moore
    Yesterday Maxwell fell to save a thirsty flower. Now he experiences the water cycle as he turns into vapor, then a snowflake and eventually back into water. At each change he asks himself “how can I change and still be me?” At the end of the story, he becomes friends with a dandelion who goes through changes of her own and asks the same question. “Am I Still Me?” is a story that celebrates growth and change.
  • Maxwell, the Raindrop Who Wouldn't Fall

    by Joseph Moore
    Maxwell does not want to simply fall like the other raindrops. He feels that, as a raindrop, he has little importance. He wants to be a bird, a rainbow or a flower. Throughout the story, the grandfatherly cloud tries to gently assure Maxwell that rain is a part of everything that he wants to be, so it is important for him to simply be himself. At the end of the story, all of the other raindrops have fallen and Maxwell sees a thirsty flower that was missed by the other raindrops. The flower w... more
  • Drinking the Knock Water: A New Age Pilgrimage

    by Emily Kemme
    Another cruel outburst from her sister-in-law on what was supposed to be a day to celebrate began a downward spiral of events that would leave Holly questioning every choice she'd ever made and every belief she held as truth. Had she done the right thing by her unborn child? Had she given enough, or too much, freedom of choice to her son? Did she truly, deeply know her husband and clinic partner, Roger? And what right had she to counsel infertile couples after her own pregnancies? With the Fer... more
  • Muriel Avenue Sluts

    by Maggie Hasbrouck
    Complete with duct tape, wasp spray, and a healthy dose of sexual tension, MURIEL AVENUE SLUTS is a decidedly feminist coming-of-age story about a seventeen-year-old girl whose mother is a prostitute. #stopslutshaming Julia Turnbow’s mother gets paid to have sex; that’s just how it is. When Jules turns eighteen she‘ll follow in her mother’s footsteps and begin training to join the exclusive world of Philadelphia’s infamous Muriel Avenue Sluts. Anyway, that’s the plan. But when Jules’s bes... more
  • Awash

    by Bill Reed
    up. Nodding, yes. We can leave the Watch now. He was so good at Serious Matters, but the trouble was people kept dying around him. It didn’t help that the precocious teenager who claimed she was the rightful owner of his body kept nagging him even while they floated, locked in each other, along the shipping lanes of the Indian Ocean. Shissakes, he couldn’t even gag on life without someone complaining! He shouldn’t have shouted ‘Left!’ instead of that wrong ‘Right!’ to send his Humvee into a... more
  • Roam

    by Erik Therme

    When Kevin finds Sarah stranded by the side of the road, he’s more than willing to give her a ride. Young, beautiful and distraught—she’s everything a single guy could ask for in a girl. What he doesn’t know is that she already has a guy: an abusive, drunken boyfriend who left her there in a fit of rage. And when that boyfriend comes back and finds Sarah missing, a simple ride will turn deadly.

    Like Josh Gaylord and Daniel Kraus before him, author Erik Therme explores the angst of disco... more

  • Rhama: The elephant from the Taste of Paradise Island

    by Ulla Ringle
    a baby elephant falls into a well, he gets rescued and ends up in an orphanage; the book tells his trials and tribulations and how he becomes famous
  • Kylie's Ark: The Making of a Veterinarian

    by Rita Welty Bourke
    Kylie Wheeler's route to a career in veterinary medicine begins with a job with the National Park Service protecting endangered species of shore birds on a New Jersey coast. From there, she travels to the Bitterroot Mountains in Montana to study the feasibility of re-introducing the lynx to the area. Discouraged and alienated by both experiences, she finds her way to vet school, and finally, out into practice.
  • The Crying Bird

    by E.J. Stillings
    May Johnson used to be an ordinary wife and mother. Now, she’s a middle-aged millionaire, grieving the loss of her family. The only living relative she has left is her smothering younger sister. May’s sanity is already threatened when tensions rise, so she sets out to find solitude in Florida. However, life has other plans for her. Animal encounters, unlikely friendships, sisterly squabbles and hilarious scenarios take May on an unforgettable journey from the depths of grief to a new life. B... more
  • It's Okay, I'm Watching

    by Dr. Chenee' Gilbert
    Growing up in Scott Park, Florida, ten-year-old LaTrell Wiggins lives a normal life. She has it all—two loving parents Luis and Paulina, her humorous younger brother Daryl, and ride-or-die childhood friends, Chandler and Shajuan. But this all changes when cancer takes LaTrell's mother. The Wiggins are left to pick up the pieces and figure things out emotionally. If this isn't enough, puberty introduces itself to LaTrell, causing her to reluctantly accept that her body is changing. During this ... more
  • Fiction, Poems, and Essays

    by Robert Lampros
    Four novellas, a short story collection, and selected poems and essays comprise this book. The novellas focus on the lives of protagonists in their teens and twenties who face and overcome impossible, though adventurous, challenges. The stories and poems reveal aspects of life and nature in unique and inspiring ways, from perspectives centered on Christian faith. The essays discuss a wide range of topics while blending humor, history, personal observations, and eternal truths of Scripture.

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