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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Things to Build on: Poems of Constructive Character

    by Gloria P. Humphrey
    Hammer MC is a director at a construction site. However, it's not the normal building project where trucks, cement and workers are busily employed. Building character has never been easier.
  • This Place

    by Amitabha Bagchi
    Jeevan Sharma, an Indian immigrant in the US and a former taxi driver, manages his Pakistani landlord Shabbir Ahmad's accounts in return for rent-free accommodation. The quiet rhythm of his days in Baltimore is punctuated only by interactions with his neighbors on 26th Street: Miss Lucy, an old black lady who makes him pancakes; a World War II veteran, Henry, and his dog Oscar; and Matthew and Kay, a married couple in their late twenties, who are negotiating a difficult relationship. Then two th... more
  • A Long Trail Rolling

    by Lizzi Tremayne
    She didn’t expect to become a target, but she is one now! It might have been the mare that did it, stopping dead in her tracks, nearly dropping Aleksandra over her shoulder, or maybe it was the flies that buzzed around the blood pooling beneath the butchered man in the Pony Express station doorway. Whichever it was, it got her full attention. Seventeen year old Aleksandra, trained in the Cossack arts from infancy by her father, finds herself alone and running to prevent her Pa's killer from ob... more
  • B00OTPG8VW

    by Derek Rempfer
    Who killed Katie Cooper? When Tucker returns to his hometown of Willow Grove to grieve the death of his infant son, memories of the murder of Katie, his childhood sweetheart, are ignited. In spite of her death being blamed on a mentally challenged drifter known as Slim Jim, Tucker wonders if the real killer is still out there. With new clues arriving through anonymous letters left at the graveyard, Tucker is certain that Katie's death is truly unsolved. While coming to terms with the loss of... more
  • Captain Blackwell's Prize

    by V.E. Ulett
    A romantic adventure from the days of wooden ships and iron men, Captain Blackwell’s Prize is a story of honor, duty, social class and the bond of sensual love. A small, audacious British frigate does battle against a large but ungainly Spanish ship. British Captain James Blackwell intercepts the Spanish La Trinidad, outmaneuvers and outguns the treasure ship and boards her. Fighting alongside the Spanish captain, sword in hand, is a beautiful woman. The battle is quickly over. The Spanis... more
  • Budding Reader Book Set 5: Hens

    by Melinda Thompson
    Award-winning “Budding Reader Book Set 5: Hens” introduces the short “e” vowel sound and 14 new words (are, chick, chicks, egg, eggs, Em, hen, hens, house, in, is, Jen, next, who) while reviewing eight simple words previously introduced in the series (at, look, looks, see, that, the, them, to). Arguably the easiest learn-to-read books on the market, Budding Reader eBooks were developed in consultation with Cecilia Minden, Ph.D., the former Director of Literacy and Language at the Harvard Grad... more
  • Budding Reader Book Set 4: Hop!

    by Melinda Thompson
    Award-winning “Budding Reader Book Set 4: Hop!” introduces the short “o” vowel sound and 11 new words (Bop, do, hop, hops, looks, Mop, Pop, not, they, up, will) while reviewing seven simple words previously introduced in the series (and, at, down, go, look, on, stop). Arguably the easiest learn-to-read books on the market, Budding Reader eBooks were developed in consultation with Cecilia Minden, Ph.D., the former Director of Literacy and Language at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, a... more
  • Budding Reader Book Set 3: Bugs

    by Melinda Thompson
    Award-winning, “Budding Reader Book Set 3: Bugs” introduces the short “u” vowel sound and 14 new words (big, bug, bugs, down, give, go, her, hug, hugs, on, out, past, them, to) while reviewing four simple words previously introduced in the series (and, by, see, the). Arguably the easiest learn-to-read books on the market, Budding Reader eBooks were developed in consultation with Cecilia Minden, Ph.D., the former Director of Literacy and Language at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, an... more
  • Budding Reader Book Set 2: Wit and Kit

    by Melinda Thompson
    Award-winning “Budding Reader Book Set 2: Wit and Kit” introduces the short “i” vowel sound and 13 new words (bit, by, did, good, he, hit, I, it, Kit, no, quit, she, Wit) while reviewing four words (and, see, that, you) introduced in “Budding Reader Book Set 1: Cat and Rat.” Arguably the easiest learn-to-read books on the market, Budding Reader eBooks were developed in consultation with Cecilia Minden, Ph.D., the former Director of Literacy and Language at the Harvard Graduate School of Ed... more
  • The Jewel Box

    by C Michelle McCarty
    Jill moves to the urban sprawl of Houston (that’s Texas, y’all) looking for big city excitement and adventure. But one mistake dominos into another and fate finds this small town girl struggling to salvage her dignity. Infused with authentic, messy people who live life out loud, this comedy-drama contains adult language and situations.
  • Budding Reader Book Set 1: Cat and Rat

    by Melinda Thompson
    Award-winning "Budding Reader Book Set 1: Cat and Rat" is designed to be a child’s very first reader. With only 11 words (and, at, can, cat, look, rat, see, stop, that, the, you) introduced over the course of 10 eBooks, Cat and Rat employs an innovative format and research-based best practices to ease children into reading. Arguably the easiest learn-to-read books on the market, Budding Reader eBooks were developed in consultation with Cecilia Minden, Ph.D., the former Director of Literacy an... more
  • Artie’s Party Featuring The Vita-Men!

    by Justin Noble
    Artie Heart loves working in the village of Body. But one day, he discovers that his friends, Larry and Rosie Lung, Steven Stomach, and Betty Bladder are feeling tired and worn out. Wanting to help, Artie asks Raymond Brain for some ideas. Raymond suggests a band called The Vita-Men! Artie's Party, the first book in the My Body Village series, will teach children about anatomy, health, and the importance of vitamins. The mission of the My Body Village series is to introduce children to the ex... more
  • Family Changes: Explaining Divorce to Children

    by Azmaira H. Maker
    “Divorce” is a big word…especially for little kids. It’s hard for young children to understand what the word means, let alone how it will impact their lives—and it’s hard for us, as grown-ups, to explain it to them in terms they can fully comprehend. Nonetheless, when a child is involved in a family divorce or separation, it is crucial that he or she understands and embraces the changes… and this book will help you explain the transitions to your child. Family Changes is a delightfully inf... more
  • Lures

    by Thomas Molander
    Frustrated with his life post graduation, Owen heads to a tiny, remote island on the Central Coast of British Columbia to work in the kitchen of a fishing resort as a breakfast cook. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the desolation, strange personalities of the other islanders, and the difficulties of a job he is underqualified for only serve to deteriorate his mental health further.
  • Taming the Tida

    by Eslynne Smith
    In 2014 the nation was in crisis. Partisan politics were the rule of the day, stifling and sabotaging meaningful change in Washington. Americans were desperate for someone—anyone—to offer them hope, to show them there was indeed a light at the end of the tunnel. That hope came in the form of Sharmin Smith, a contestant on the breakthrough reality show Who Wants to Be President?Designed to increase voter participation and heal a deeply divided nation, Who Wants to Be President? pitted contesta... more
  • Sylvia's: It Is Said, If You Meet Someone Here ...

    by Don Frankel
    Just like a mysterious woman, Sylvia’s is a dark, alluring escape for many New York City locals and tourists seeking a quaint and secluded sanctuary in the brightest and busiest city in the world. But before her caretakers realize her true value, someone else sets their sights on Sylvia’s. Confident, handsome and gifted businessmen and childhood friends, Jack Prince and Thomas Mason, are the owners of Sylvia’s, a popular Upper East Side Manhattan bar named after Mason’s late wife. It is said, i... more

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