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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Rabbit Ate My Flip-Flops

    by Rachel Elizabeth Cole
    You can't bring a rabbit camping. He could get hurt, or lost, or worse! That’s what eleven-year-old Drew Montgomery’s grandparents say when his annoying little sister wants to bring their pet rabbit, Tiny, along on the trip. But that doesn't stop Libby from sneaking the rabbit along anyway. Now Drew has to keep the rabbit out of trouble, before disaster really strikes!
  • The Secret No-Girls Club

    by Rachel Elizabeth Cole
    Best friends Logan and Caleb decide to form a club. A secret no-girls club. They write up the rules, create a secret handshake, and compose a pledge. But who will be president? They can't have a deciding vote with only two people. They're going to need some help from Caleb's little brother--and maybe even Logan's twin sister! The Kids in the Tree House is a series of illustrated early chapter books for young readers ages 6-8.
  • Owl's Dream

    by Valentina Atton
    Once, a great horned owl had a magical dream... In this dream various animals, big and small, tell their stories to a human child who understands them all. "Owl's dream" reveals that we all speak the same language - the language of love.
  • Cam Model Confidential: The Zeya Marsh Story

    by Zeya Marsh
    Zeya was a normal Romanian woman, down on her luck with barely enough money for bus fare. She saw an ad for cam modeling, went to the studio, and was hired immediately. After a rough start, she learned how to tease men, and everything was going great until two of her "members" (clients) fell in love with her. Then all hell broke loose. This novel brings to life the humanity of Zeya, shows her real emotions and how she grows from a broken woman into an adult who can take care of herself.
  • The Rabbit Ate My Homework

    by Rachel Elizabeth Cole
    Blackmailed by his annoying little sister into hiding a rabbit in his bedroom closet from his "No Pets!" parents, eleven-year-old Drew Montgomery must find a way to wiggle out of the deal before the rabbit destroys his bedroom and his life.
  • Warning's Wane

    by Jaclyn Little

    Upon notification of his mother-in-law's failing health, Paul Danniers agrees to move with his wife, Colleen, to Praxia Island, a small town off the coast of Maine. The two suddenly find themselves thrust into a society of recluses who obey a peculiar set of rules, including Disappearance - the belief that if two people touch, they disappear. 

    As their stay extends into months, Paul enters an uncertain spiral of paranoia, and, with the help of the curious and sometimes ter... more

  • The Diwali Gift

    by Shweta Chopra & Shuchi Mehta
    When a mysterious package arrives just in time for Diwali, the three friends can hardly contain their excitement! Join the 3 Curious Monkeys Suno, Dekho and Jaano in their adventure as they discover the most wonderful Diwali Gift! Experience traditions of Diwali with sparklers, diyas and rangoli . The beautiful artwork and amusing storyline keeps everyone engaged. Winner of Mom's Choice Award.
  • Max and Snuggle The Cat

    by A. J. Smith
  • The Tale of the Teller of Tales

    by Joshua Landsman
    The Tale of the Teller of Tales is a novel of high adventure, low comedy, and disturbing metaphysical insights. “The power of my fables is legendary—if I may be permitted to say so. They have reformed the criminal, healed the sick, and righted the mentally unbalanced. Why, just last year did I not bring the implacable Blackhouse Ripper to tears of repentance on the eve of his execution, so that he begged to be led to the gallows forthwith? I have fables for every occasion, and this is no exce... more
  • Manhattan Voyagers

    by Thomas Quealy
    The resourceful patrons of a Wall Street tavern contend with serious issues -- stock scams, sexual taboos, terrorists, unemployment, old age, loneliness, the Digital Revolution -- in today's turbulent times.
  • Ounce of Joy

    by Ratnajyoti Duttachowdhury
    Ounce of Joy (synopsis) The hero Raj, a Hindu by birth is brought up with his family in the foothills of Himalayas (early seventies) in India, bordering China, the border posts being manned by Indian & Chinese forces, on either side. There in his childhood friend, Tshiring , a girl from the monpa tribe (Buddhist by faith), he discovers the first feelings love. Eventually she meets with an accident and dies in his presence ,but the reverberations of pain ring through ... more
  • Invasion of the Spirit Snatchers

    by Johnny Townsend
    During the Apocalypse, a group of Mormon survivors in Hurricane, Utah gather in the home of the Relief Society president, telling stories to pass the time as they ration their food storage and await the Second Coming. But this is no ordinary group of Mormons—or perhaps it is. They are the faithful, feminist, gay, apostate, and repentant, all working together to help each other through the darkest days any of them have yet seen. A story in the style of The Canterbury Tales or The Decameron, but ... more
  • Wander Home

    by Karen A. Wyle
    Eleanor never wanted to leave the daughter she loved so much. The overpowering urge to wander -- to search, without knowing what she sought -- drove her away. She left little Cassidy in her family's loving care. But Cassidy and the others died in an accident before Eleanor could find her way home... Now, they are all reunited, in an afterlife where nothing is truly lost. Places once loved may be revisited, memories relived and even shared. One may be any age suitable to the mood and moment. Sure... more
  • Finding Viola: A Short Story

    by Bo Burnette
    "I could hear the music again, and somehow it seemed louder than before." Every day, Miss Erikson hears mysterious music coming from behind a locked door at the Lang School of Fine Arts. When the strict Mrs. Borg demands she leave the door alone, Miss Erikson's curiosity propels her to uncover the secrets of the ever-closed door. As she pursues the source of the inexplicable music, she must finally face the grief of the past she has long tried to ignore.
  • Riot: A 1960s Love Story

    by Charles S. Isaacs

    It’s September 1967. As the Vietnam War and a militant Antiwar Movement hurtle toward explosive confrontation, Steve Harris – white, idealistic, and naïve -- begins his freshman year. During that year, he will fight to end the war, fall in love, confront painful truths about his family, and be jailed and beaten by police. Through this crucible, he emerges with a transformed consciousness, of the world and of himself.

    The change begins with a rousing antiwar speech delivered by Emma Gold... more

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