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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • People of the Sun

    by Ben Gartner
    The explosive reveal about who John and Sarah really are and why they’re traveling through time, with their most gut-wrenching challenge yet. In the time of the Aztec, a scoundrel named Cortés arrives and the kids are forced to make an extremely difficult decision: If you could change history, should you? For more twists, more danger, and more fun, read the third book in The Eye of Ra series, People of the Sun!
  • I Am The Midnight Robber

    by Daniel J. Obrien
    Meet lil' miss Sugarcane, a little girl with the soul of Trinidad's Carnival running through her veins. She wants nothing more than to be the best street performer around, The Midnight Robber! Witness a determined little girl and her family encounter hurdles along the way and conquer them together. With her robber's rhyme, she will tell her story as only she can! As lil' miss Sugarcane works to carve out her unique identity, will she become the BIGGEST BADDEST Midnight Robber there ever was?
  • Bathtime Fun!

    by Kathleen Gauer
    Bathtime is FUN!!! Find out why in this bubbly, fun-to-read-aloud, tugboat adventure. With bright, bold, and playful illustrations, diverse characters, and an engaging, rhythmic text, this delightful book is sure to spark the imagination of young readers everywhere. When you combine adventure with getting clean, bath time is a fun time!
  • The Parable of Rust

    by Amos Williamson
    The Parable of Rust tells the story of the boom, bust, and recovery of the fictitious factory town of Rust principally from the perspective of three generations of the family which builds, owns, sells, and re-acquires the factory. The factory's lifespan (c. 1970-2010) forms the central plotline and the principal themes are its (and the town's) decay, collapse, and abandonment by its leading family
  • The Adventures of Keva: The Power of the Trees

    by Ebony Zayzay
    The perfect picture book for every explorer and nature lover! ‘The adventures of Keva: The Power of the Trees’ is an energetic story that celebrates nature, adventure, and a deep love of not just one special tree, but all trees.
  • Comets

    by Joseph Allen Costa
    COMETS is linked collection of short fiction that follows unpredictable struggles of Italian, Cuban, and American cabinetmakers in the Latin Quarter of Ybor City, while centering on the life of Roberto, as he grows from a working-class teenager, influenced by the men in his father’s shop, to a disillusioned 42, unwittingly trying to fill his father’s shoes and searching for a deeper understanding of himself and his life.
  • Zombies Don't Eat Catnip

    by Tiffani Burkett
    The diary of a cat during the zombie apocalypse is more than just naps and wet food reviews. When the Slow Walkers showed up, Clutch the Calico had no idea her humans would be so bad at not getting eaten. From power outages to shopping trips, saving Greg and his six-year-old daughter from the undead quickly turned into a full time job. But if Clutch doesn't want to lose her supply of Furrtastic Feast and cuddles, she'll do whatever it takes to keep her humans safe. For the Cat Lovers and the... more
  • photoluminescentsheeets

    by Jorge Michal
    Information about grip tapes, graphic media rolls, photoluminescent sheets and adhesive sheets.
  • Treasure Isle: A Swashbuckling Tale of a Boy and his Parrot

    by Catherine Corcoran

    When a boy and his parrot set sail in search of pirates' treasure, they find themselves on an unexpected adventure. Can they find their way to the place where X marks the spot? Lyrically written by Catherine Corcoran, with beautiful illustrations by Natalie Lundeen, Treasure Isle will delight readers, young and old, as they follow this brave crew-of-two on their journey through fair winds and following seas.

  • The Pinnacle

    by Benjamin Kessler
    When an entire construction crew goes missing while working on the world’s tallest building—300 floors and rising—the workers brought in to replace them find themselves shoulder-to-shoulder with the mystery of their disappearance. Following an electrical engineer called to the site and his proximity to the building’s bizarre central stabilizer, an enormous metal rod called the Spike, the narrator is forced to reckon with obsession, inheritance, and his own failed sobriety. Set in a near future w... more
  • The Year We Were Famous: Helga and Clara Estby's Walk Across a Changing America

    by Carole Estby Dagg

    Based on the true story of a mother-daughter walk acros Victorian America in a race against time to save the family farm.

  • Autism is my superpower!

    by Gayle Allsop
    Isabella tells you why her and her siblings believe autism is something to celebrate.
  • Hannah: The Lighthouse Girl Of Newfoundland

    by Don Ladolcetta
    Nine year old Hannah is unsure what to expect when her large family moves from the fishing village they always lived in, to an isolated lighthouse off the coast of Newfoundland. What she discovers is a life filled with adventure, wonder--and danger. As Hannah grows into a young lady, she’s determined to make the best life possible, despite ever-present adversity. Facing everything from the fury of Mother Nature to illness, and from a persistent suitor to the Great Depression and World War II,... more
  • The Jiger and the Tiraffe

    by Penelope Higgins
    Penny Higgin's The Jiger and the Tiraffe is a whimsical poem about the fanciful origins of tigers and giraffes coupled with a strong message for children: everyone is a special child of God.
  • Another Christmas Carol: A Modern Sequel to the Charles Dickens Classic

    by John C. Derr
    What if the remarkable story of Ebenezer Scrooge was true? What if the account was relayed to Dickens and he turned it into A Christmas Carol? What if the Ghostly visitations did not begin with, nor end with, Scrooge, but the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come visit one misanthropic soul in need of reclamation every Christmas Eve? This modern-day sequel to the Charles Dickens classic assumes all of the above. And this time, the spiritual trio’s attentions have been directed to a... more
  • Looking for Don

    by D. Krauss
    What is Butch thinking? He joined the Air Force to escape New Jersey and now, look, one day out of basic training and he's tooling around the Pine Barrens in his Mom's car searching for his best friend, Don. It's like he never left. And he's still in big trouble: Pee Sea, the most notorious drug dealer in the state, wants his head on a pike; his stepfather wants the car back and Butch gone; and his ex-girlfriend, April, wants to personally remove any body parts Pee Sea doesn't. If Butch could ju... more