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  • How Toadfrog Met Sweetie

    by Jason Burks
    Toadfrog, the handsome frog, meets Sweetie, the beautiful forest fairy, and falls head over webbed feet in love with her! But Toadfrog decides to leap around the world and realizes it's a lonely lily pad without Sweetie. He jumps home and discovers Sweetie has been swooped up by a dashing, feathered fellow! Will Toadfrog hop to it and win Sweetie's heart? This inspiring, love story, based on true events from the author's life, will brighten your day with colorful illustrations, funny characters,... more
  • Ripples and Waves ISBN: 978-0-9907446-6-5

    by Carol Trembath
    Ripples and Waves is an award-winning book in the Water Walkers Series regarding protecting the Great Lakes. It is the third book in the series which includes: Water Walkers, Stepping Stones, and now Ripples and Waves. This incredible story focuses on Mai, a fictitious Ojibway girl walking around Lake Huron with her family and Native people from various tribes. Though fiction, the story is based on The Mother Earth Water Walkers, a real-life group of Native women and men who circumnavigated the ... more
  • The Soul City Salvation

    by Jonathan LaPoma
    Ten months—that’s how long twenty-six-year-old writer and aspiring actor Jay Sakovsky decides to stay and teach in the bohemian beach town of Soul City, California, to save up cash and overcome his anxiety before moving on to Hollywood. But after several “friendly chats” with the vice principal about hangover sweats and black eyes from barroom brawls, Jay sees a therapist who helps him connect his self-destructive tendencies and artistic blocks to his undiagnosed OCD, setting him on a ten-yea... more
  • SPLENDOR the Magnificent

    by Rebecca Bielawski
    Splendor is a fine-looking bird with glorious feathers; violet, emerald and a touch of turquoise. He has loads of fans always telling him how awesome he is. They shower him with expensive gifts of jewellery and the best quality bird seed money can buy. What else could he ever want? What else could there be? Splendor is about to find out that maybe beautiful, fancy feathers are not the most important thing. In fact... they don't really matter at all.
  • Indelible: Scrolls From the Teatro

    by Celeste Johnson
    When the opportunity arose in a conference room of a bustling hospitality company, the unveiling of plans for an international resort destination, a Moroccan jewel, Marjorie awakened to the calling and headed across the Atlantic. Despite the camaraderie and lively cafe scene in Marrakech, when the financiers' scuffle broke out, a coercive attempt by their competition, the mysterious disappearance of her colleague, and an explosion across the border dismantled their weekend plans, an unraveling t... more
  • Tightening His Grip (The Main Man Trilogy Book 2)

    by Jane Bean
    Now that Darren has left home for Oxford University, Joel – now married to Darren’s ex-girlfriend Grace – expects be free of his rival at last. But when he approaches the local building company for the interior design contract, he finds that Darren has inherited the business from his late father. And Darren has no intention of advancing Joel’s career. There are too many scores still to be settled, and revenge is still uppermost in Darren’s mind. The enemies become locked in a power str... more
  • His Willing Marionettes (The Main Man Trilogy Book 1)

    by Jane Bean
    Darren is a teenage narcissist who affects, and sometimes ends, the lives of those who cross him. And fellow classmates Joel and Grace have a crush on him. The novel has a Nature or Nurture theme and explores the concepts of friendship, coercion and misplaced loyalty, deceit, jealousy and revenge. This is Book 1 of a projected trilogy The Main Man. Also available - Book 2: Tightening His Grip.
  • The sky above

    by A.G.R. Goff
    Can the world survive when hate wins? In the year 2021, a religious civil war rocks the world, destroying civilisation and pitting Muslims against Christians. Fear rules as looters and rapists control the streets, and people are killed for nothing more than the colour of their skin. Those who survive are left to starve to death or die from lack of clean water. Brought together by the cruellest of fates, two schoolmates, Mark and Ben—one Christian, one Muslim—band together in a desperate quest ... more
  • Vienna

    by Jade Brown

    Vienna is a poetic romance novel told from several perspectives. Each chapter is a small vignette highlighting an experience that each narrator has had with this young woman named, Vienna. A coming of age tale about losing and discovering one's self through the eyes of another

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  • Joe's Odyssey

    by Nick LaTorre
    In the greatest mid-life crisis ever, Joe Kerson steals a boat from a mob boss and sails around the world with a group of college party boys. As he navigates one bonkers situation after another, will he manage to outwit revenge seeking gangsters?
  • The Moon Is Following Me

    by JQ Sirls
    A little boy humorously attempts to convince his family that the moon is following him every night. Known to be a bit worrisome and over-imaginative, each family member laughs and dismisses his theories as make-believe. The catch? This time, he's right.
  • Baxter Meets His Monster

    by Jennifer Hart
    Baxter The Dog is no stranger to fantastic creatures. In his first adventure, “Baxter Goes to Imagination Land,” he met a cast of colorful characters. However, on a dark, stormy night, he is surprised and unsure when something strange and wild shows up at his door. Will Baxter judge a creature by their size, their color and by the shape of their paws, or will he learn that monsters aren’t always monsters after all?
  • The Persistence of Memory and Other Stories

    by Jan Maher
    A dozen stories featuring characters from four to ninety-four, each dealing in some way with how and why our memories shape our current circumstances. Included in the collection: in the days just after World War II, a young girl tries to remember the man being introduced to her as her father; an academic denied tenure remembers how to land on her feet; a couple on their way to divorce think about the things that once drew them together and then drove them apart; an elderly man struggles to recal... more
  • Jasper

    by Michael Easterling
    Hoping to leave behind the horrors of the Great War, a young Welshman travels to the California desert to try his hand at prospecting, only to discover that the riches of California are more than just its gold.
  • The Barnyard Buddies Meet a Newcomer

    by Julie Penshorn
    “The Barnyard Buddies Meet a Newcomer” pulls on the heartstrings of young and old as it reminds of the importance of compassion for others. Kids learn how to participate in creating classrooms and communities that can become safe, welcoming places where all feel they belong. In this story, a forlorn and hungry refugee dog wanders into the barnyard and common real-life concerns about newcomers are played out by barnyard animals. Portland Pig wonders how this dog will be fed, while others wonde... more
  • What Can I Be? STEM Careers from A to Z

    by Tiffani Teachey
    What Can I Be? STEM Careers from A to Z is an inspiring and easy-to-read alphabet picture book that teaches our next generation about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) careers. This book provides colorful illustrations of six diverse children representing various STEM careers (i.e. astronauts, doctors, scientists, and engineers, etc), helping children (5 to 8 years old) see themselves in one of the STEM careers, and motivates them to shape their future through STEM!

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