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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Hangry Little Monster

    by Andrea Witt
    A cranky, but harmless monster gets off the bus every day ready to cause emotional turmoil for its mom. The mom uses her quick-thinking skills and a lot of love to conjure up a snack to cure her hangry little monster. As her monster eats this magical snack, each bite transforms the little monster back into its original form--a beautiful little girl.
  • Slimed!

    by Andrea Witt
    Slime is fun to play with-until your mom rakes your head! Grace loves slime and plays with it often--until one day when it gets out of hand. Does she clean up before her mom gets home? Join Grace on her slime adventure!
  • The Woes of a Ginger Named Red--Book 3: New Home Holidays

    by Andrea Witt
    Ginger has a seizure before Halloween. When she is invited to join a friend to go trick or treating, Ginger's mom worries she isn't ready. Will she go trick or treating? This will be the first holiday season Ginger and her family spend in their new home. Will it be a disaster or a start of fabulous memories? Join Ginger as she celebrates her first set of holidays in her new home.
  • Hostile Saint (Steel Stallions MC Novel, 1)

    by India R. Adams
    There is one word; evermore It is why I fight so hard to find her It is why I will do whatever it takes It is why I will kill anyone who tries to stop me Evermore... Yes, that is what she is to me Left for dead, Tate is given little choice as whether or not he should trust the strangers that roll into his life on motorcycles that sound like dragons. Will they help him? Or bring more harm to the one he loves most. Hostile Saint is an MC novel about a young man’s journey to sur... more
  • The Coconut Crab

    by Peter W. Fong
    The Coconut Crab is set in a chain of tropical islands and charts the intertwining friendships of a crab, a goat, a bird, and a gecko. Sort of a cross between Charlotte's Web and Finding Nemo, but with less focus on death or sharks.
  • Charlie the City Chicken Learns to Dance

    by Helen McKeon
    Charlie the chicken lives in a big city full of music. But Charlie the chicken can't dance! Spend a fun day with Charlie as he travels across the city and meets up with all his animal friends. They'll each try to teach Charlie their best moves, but will this City Chicken ever learn to dance?
  • Oric and the Lockton Castle Mystery

    by Lesley Wilson
    Synopsis Fourteenth century Yorkshire provides a wild and windswept backdrop for the second adventure in the Oric Trilogy. Many places depicted in the book exist to this day, though in a rather more ruinous state than their heyday. All names have been changed for the sake of poetic licence. Hilarity, heartbreak, skulduggery, romance, and battles for supremacy are encapsulated in the story as sixteen-year-old orphan boy, Oric, seeks to unravel the mystery locked away by an inherited key... more
  • Swimming Pool Fun

    by Rhonda LeBlanc
    Mimi and her dog Milo are looking forward to a day of swimming pool fun. But the pool is crowded with five of her friends, some in the middle and some on the ends. How will Mimi make room for herself and Milo? And what happens when her plan works? Written in rhyme, Swimming Pool Fun is a story about friendship and sharing. Kids will also be introduced to basic subtraction without even realizing they’re learning.
  • Webs We Weave

    by Richard G Edwards
    We can do things, but doing them doesn’t make them right. Tom is recently retired. His friend Amanda is recently divorced. Each goes online in search of new possibilities. As they flirt with virtual worlds of role-playing and dating, they quickly find themselves entangled in the murky world of high tech business. For both Tom and Amanda, the consequences are more than they bargained for, where what is humanly possible is not always humanly desirable. And where the possibilities can result in tra... more
  • Starring... John Dillinger

    by Bill Walker & Brian Anthony
    Everyone’s out to get him. When he hits it big on the silver screen, will it make him immortal… or a bigger target? Chicago, 1934. John Dillinger is weary of life as an outlaw. So when the FBI surrounds him at the Biograph Theater, the notorious thief surprises everyone and surrenders. And desperate to prove to the world he’s gone straight, he makes a film from prison encouraging youngsters not to choose crime. John Dillinger in front of a camera proves as deadly as a Thompson submachine gun. H... more
  • What's in the Pocket?

    by Barbara Menzel
    An interactive story between the reader and audience. Each page gives the reader clues about What's in the Pocket? Children move their way through the book by laughing, tickling, touching, turning, waving and hugging the many pockets.
  • Ruthless Pamela Jean

    by Carol Denise Mitchell
    This gripping story about an abused girl, who uses the unlikely prototype of a pimp as a guide to a better life, acts as a sort of metaphor of social realism regarding the rise of the African Americans to greater prominence and wealth in modern society as a whole. The narrative, which is closely written, and uses a realistic version of African American speech soon draws us into the central dilemma of a child, who due to her light skin, is rejected by the other children in her school, this then l... more
  • The Ring

    by Florence Osmund
    Two women, strangers, from culturally different neighborhoods struggle with their fathers’ deaths, each coping in her own way. Fate brings them together, and when certain disturbing truths are unveiled, they discover they have something in common that is inconceivable and shocking. And it all started with “the ring.”
  • Common Kindred

    by Isaac M. Lawton

    Following a rash, life-changing decision, Joe concludes that he has hit rock bottom. Although he has escaped a torturous existence, he finds himself alone and without purpose. Wandering aimlessly, he happens upon an entrancing, jubilant setting. Uncertain about whether to encroach, a beautiful, majestic woman lures him in.

    It is exactly the refuge he needed. The peculiar assortment of personalities he encounters helps him to perceive his potential as a friend, a partner, and a person. H... more

  • In the Aftermath

    by Jane Ward
    When David Herron—overwhelmed and despairing, his family’s business and finances in ruin due to the bursting lending bubble of 2008—takes his own life one chilly spring morning, he has no idea the ripple effect his decision will set into motion. Two years later, his widow, Jules, is now an employee of the bakery she and David used to own—and still full of bitterness over David’s lies, perceived cowardice, and ultimate abandonment of her and their now-teenage daughter, Rennie. Rennie, meanwhil... more
  • Radio Free Olympia

    by Jeffrey Dunn
    Radio Free Olympia is a story of lost souls, some alive, some dead, some folkloric, finding their community and their place. The story centers on a foundling who pirate radio broadcasts historical and folkloric spirits in Washington’s Olympic Mountains and a spiritualist who runs Wildsisters, a women’s roadhouse and cranberry farm. Through radio broadcast and then through a supernatural justice killing, these two lost souls find each other.