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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Alligator Creek

    by Lottie Guttry
    On a foggy spring morning in 1862, Sarah Browning watches a train leave Lake City, Florida, heading northeast and full of Confederate soldiers. On board is her husband, Alex, crowded into a boxcar with fellow recruits and imagining the terrors awaiting him in Manassas, Gettysburg, Olustee, and the Wilderness. With Alex on the battlefield, Sarah uses her wit and Christian faith to sustain her family through innumerable hardships, made all the more threatening without the comfort of her husband. ... more
  • Hopeless Reign (The Knight Heir Series) (Volume 1)

    by Dove Winters
    Ginny doesn't want to be queen. Known as the mead-loving, trouble-making princess of Newrock, all she wants is for her beloved little brother to marry, so he can assume the throne and she can disappear. But when tragedy befalls her kingdom and pushes the crown into her hands, she's forced to face her worst nightmare. Surrounded by betrayal and the threat of death, her only thought is to save her little brother--even if it means giving herself over to the enemy.
  • Nola the Nurse Remembers Hurricane Katrina

    by Scharmaine Baker
    In this special edition to the Nola The Nurse, She's On The Go series: Nola remembers the story of Hurricane Katrina as her mother, Dr. Eden NP, told it to her. Nola vividly shares the details of the worst natural disaster to ever hit the United States. Her dolls and other toys are instantly transformed into Nola's account of the storm as she tells the story of how her mother and Dr. Baker, both nurse practitioners, came back to New Orleans to provide care to many storm victims.
  • Nola The Nurse: She's On The Go (Volume 1)

    by Scharmaine Baker
    Nola the Nurse is a great book for young children to read, even those who don't know what they want to be when they grow up. Young children will definitely like this story, and I hope this book ends up in children's bookstores and many schools. I really liked this book because Dr. Baker wrote it to be culturally sensitive to African-American nurses, which is also why it is a great book for young children because teaching them to be culturally sensitive at a young age is very important.
  • Samantha Smartypants and the Slippery Slope

    by Barbara Puccia
    Samantha is a very smart third grader who's not too sure of herself and not very coordinated. When her teacher gives out discount flyers for Devil's Drop ski resort, she starts to panic. Skiing sounds way too scary and the popular kids already know how to ski. Samantha keeps wiping out in her lessons, while the other kids never seem to fall. When Samantha spots Sophia, a student with cerebral palsy, skiing down the mountain in an adaptive ski chair, her ideas about what she can accomplish are tu... more
  • Falling on the Bright Side

    by Michael Gray

    Larry works in an Albuquerque nursing home and like many of its residents he is not thrilled to be at this last-stop warehouse for old folks.  Trained as a counselor, he hardly notices the human spirit flowing around him until he meets Bill Foster.  Bill, a successful clinical psychologist, is lying comatose after a left hemisphere stroke, as Philip Cook, one of his oldest patients, leans over the hospital bed listening intently to his inarticulate attempts to speak.

    Through P... more

  • Layla Learns to be Brave

    by Bron Whitley
    Trying new things can be scary! Layla wants to join the school Singing Club. But, what will happen if she doesn’t know any of the songs? Will she sound like a screeching cockatoo? Will the other kids laugh at her? Layla is a fun and feisty seven year old girl who lives with her family in Brisbane, Australia. She finds out that it’s hard to be brave when you’re feeling scared. Will Layla join Singing Club? Can she learn to do something brave even when she is feeling scared? This fi... more
  • Driving in Circles

    by Rita D'Orazio

    Henry Jones decides to take his entire family on a luxury cruise through the beautiful azure waters of the Caribbean. What better way to celebrate his and Cynthia's fortieth wedding anniversary? Ten days, three grown daughters, and one son-in-law onboard, watch as their perfect lives start to reveal fine cracks. Barely at sea two days, Joyce, the youngest suddenly departs, leaving her sister Jat to explain her absence. Jat is the only one who knows the truth. Or so she thinks. As if it we... more

  • The Catbyrd Seat

    by Emmanuel Sullivan
    Can one mouse make a difference? Cociel couldn’t take it anymore. Like all the other mice on the Reservation, he was ruled by the tyrannical cats of the Kingdom, especially their so-called Prime Minister, the brutal and greedy Whiska. But all the other mice were terrified of taking action, and for good reason: Cociel’s own mother had been jailed, as so many other mice had been. But when Cociel finds out that Whiska plots to take over a portion of the Reservation and use it to hunt mice, h... more
  • The Wacky World of Silly Willy Winston - An ordinary pet with extraordinary adventures

    by Donna Maguire
    The first in the series, The Wacky World of Silly Willy Winston - an ordinary pet with extraordinary adventures became available on Amazon.com on 7.18.15. This book introduces young readers to Silly Willy Winston, a steadfast friend and unlikely hero. His unique traits - the biggest ears ever and a super large snout - seem awkward at times. However, through self-acceptance he learns they are just what is needed to take friends on a journey of self-discovery, help them face fears, embrace new exp... more
  • Read with Doley! Reading Guide

    by Jill Brazier
    The Read with Doley! Reading Guide is a companion guide to Doley, the Guatemalan Street Dog: The Sounds of San Marcos. This bilingual guide, developed according to the National Common Core Standards of Education (K-2 Literature), supports parents, teachers, and tutors to engage their children and students in language learning and thinking beyond the text. The Reading Guide is available to download for free at www.doleybook.com. Doley believes in bilingual education!
  • The President Factor

    by Pat Obermeier

    ​​​​The President Factor is the story of national politics, the media circus surrounding it and what happens when the two major candidates running for president of the Untied States are forced to participate in a reality show designed to expose how they handle crisis situations. A timely political satire.

  • A Beary Fun Book

    by Phoenix K. Brown
    Where else will you find a Cuba bear, scuba bear or a crazy playing tuba bear except in a Beary Fun Book. With its quick pace and playful verse, this quiet and colorful book will bring a smile to your toddlers heart.
  • Vaudeville 1922

    by Ian Finkel
    1922, the Bedford Theater in Brooklyn, New York, was a toilet. The smell of garlic and oil sandwiches mixed with cheap cigar smoke hung in the stale air, which formed a bluish grey cloud above the entire inside of the theater. The Bedford was known for its bad lighting, mediocre band, dust everywhere, and possessed an audience that had heard it all and seen it all. Most acts that performed there were either on their way up to The Palace Theatre on Broadway or on the way down to the theaters of N... more
  • Cat Lady

    by Mary M Schmidt
    A long narrative poem about Old Maria, the most amazing gattara (cat lady) in Rome, and her colony of enchanted feral cats. Among her associates is a cardinal facing his last days, in need of a favor only Maria can grant. It sounds flat-out impossible. But as Maria reminds her cats, and us, things are not always as they seem. For those who truly love, impossible is only an illusion.
  • The First Ward III: Murderers, Scoundrels and Ragamuffins

    by Richard Sullivan
    On It Goes…In The First Ward At the beginning of the 20th Century unspeakable murders plague the city of Buffalo and expose the police department’s inability to solve any of them, causing much frustration for Detective Jim Sullivan and his life-long friend, Police Chief Michael Regan. Dysfunction within the department attracts nationwide ridicule and causes the citizenry concern about their own safety. Jim, who was present at the site of the assassination of President William McKinley at the ... more

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