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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Last Night of Summer

    by kevin fontenot
    Christopher falls asleep on the night before the first day of school only to awaken in a strange and magical forest. With the help a few new friends and courage he never knew he had, Christopher finds his way home as well as all the bravery he needs for his first day at school.
  • Dark Against the Sky: A Climbing Boy's Story

    by Stephen B. Hauge
    This book is a compelling story about climbing boys, or young chimney sweeps, in London in 1834. It follows the adventures of Tommy Simpson, as he struggles to find and be re-united with his father, faces the daily challenges of life as a climbing boy, and interacts with friends and street folk. Though his story is often darkened by his work and the period, it is brightened and redeemed by his growth in his journey and the humanity he shares with his "band of brothers."
  • 15405117365

    by marc twine
    Short tales for busy people.
  • The Tyler Files

    by Brian Rock
    Tyler is a normal 5th grader, except for one thing - His pants won’t stop talking! How will he make it through the day without becoming the school laughingstock? And how will Tyler survive his pants’ “off the cuff” remarks to the school bully (and to his secret crush?) With a little help from his best friend, Tyler gives a first-hand account of the mysterious, improbable and occasionally funny events that are so strange they can only be found in THE TYLER FILES.
  • Trackwalker

    by Devin McLaughlin
    Meet Wolf Styron, sleepwalking, orphaned 18 year old with a retentive bladder. Wolf is about to discover that his father’s death ten years prior was no accident and his pursuit of the truth will take him down a dangerous path to his own coming of age. One chance encounter with a reclusive acquaintance of his deceased father tears his life in two. Who in his midst, a stuttering priest, a brilliant and broken gambler, a comely young woman, knows what happened?
  • Go To Sleep!

    by Marion Adams
    Tansy the sheep can't go to sleep. She's forgotten how to do it! But when she follows the barn owl's advice and starts counting sheep, she realises that there is something wrong... A delightful bedtime story with a humorous twist that children will love!
  • The Man with Two Names

    by Vincent B Davis II
    "Is it better to be a bad man and accomplish great things, or be a great man and accomplish nothing?" Quintus Sertorius has spent the first 20 years of his life training horses on his family farm, but this must end when his father dies and his village's political connections to Rome are severed. For the sake of his family, Quintus must leave his village for the Eternal City. If he succeeds, his people will be fed. If he fails, his people will starve. He begins his political career under the mos... more
  • The Lost Treasure of Loma Grande: From the Journals of Rudy McCafferty

    by Richard Clark
    10-year-old Rudy McCafferty has a weird feeling about the new Loma Grande Mall. It’s just a little odd how it seems to bring inanimate things to life! Halfway around the world, archeologist C.J. Drake is sure he’s finally found the location of an ancient golden idol. But all signs suggest it is now in a little place in Southern California called Loma Grande. A place where a curious young boy investigates, frightened... but excited. A place totally unprepared for the magical power soon to be unle... more
  • Renaissance: The Nora White Story (Book One)

    by Yecheilyah Ysrayl
    When seventeen-year-old Nora White successfully graduates High School in 1922 Mississippi and is College bound, everyone is overjoyed and excited. Everyone except Nora. She dreams of Harlem, Cotton Clubs, Fancy Dresses, and Langston Hughes. For years, she's sat under Mr. Oak, the big oak tree on the plush green grass of her families five acres, and daydreamed of The Black Mecca. The ambitious, young Nora is fascinated by the prospect of being a famous writer in The Harlem Renaissance and deci... more
  • Tilly and Torg - Out To Eat

    by Connie Goyette Crawley

    Here come Tilly and Torg! These two hilarious monsters have a lot to learn about living with humans! When there's no food in the house, Tilly and Torg head out to a restaurant and one thing is for sure! When Tilly and Torg are in town, trouble is on the menu! Sight Word List and Book Quiz included. Lexile 470L. An Easy-As-Pie Chapter Book! Free coloring sheets, prereading, comprehension, and discussion questions available at

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  • J. Booker Ward: The 9/11 Hoax

    by John Morris
    A veteran SAS investigator looks into the truth behind the 9/11 attacks for the British government and quickly realises that all is not what it seems. From a third World Trade Centre skyscraper which collapsed on the afternoon of the same day - WTC 7 - to the correct procedure not followed by aircrew he uncovers a conspiracy which reaches the highest levels in the American government, only to have his report rejected by the British Prime Minister.
  • When Brothers Meet

    by John Henry Hardy

    In the interest of world peace...

    That is the pretense for a meeting between America and a coalition of China, Russia, India, and Saudi Arabia. It is 2041, and the US president, Constance Higgins, recognizes the invitation for what it is. The countries are demanding a payment of gold. Previous administrations have sunk America into trillions of dollars of debt after giving citizenship and Social Security benefits to wave after wave of illegal aliens. Now, other countries scoff at the so... more

  • The Adventures of Jumperoo Joey

    by S. Jags

    Joey the Kangaroo has a wonderful imagination. Children will love the interaction between Joey and his friends. Join Joey, Kenny Koala, Dee Dee Dingo, and Wendy Wombat on their first adventure! This beginning reader with it's colorful pictures will delight any child and demonstrate caring, sharing, and friendship.

  • A Bigger Piece of Blue

    by Dan T. Cox
    These compelling stories huddle around the twitching candle flame of real life. The simple, unpretentious writing turns an honest eye toward the grit and grace of ordinary people making decisions in the context of their relationships, good and bad and in between. The stories touch on love gone sideways, love rediscovered, and love everlasting. A strong sense of place, a subtle use of language, and a captivating pace (sometimes without action) dominate throughout—as do lead characters who are ric... more
  • Walking on Edge: A Pilgrimage to Santiago

    by Reino Gevers

    WALKING ON EDGE is a work of fiction of a modern-day pilgrimage on ancient paths through Spain and France. It is a story of self-discovery and spiritual renewal with the main characters grappling with topical issues such as relationships, the search for meaning and the role of religion and spirituality in today’s world.

  • Broken Chains

    by Emiliya Ahmadova

    Escape is only the beginning of her nightmares.

    The beautiful Silvana, shunned by society through no fault of her own, leaves Azerbaijan. She migrates to Kenya, where she falls in love with a man she sees as the answer to her prayers.

    But her new husband, Mark, isn't the man she thought she was marrying. In almost no time, he chips away at her soul and body, leaving her battered and more alone than ever. In her desperation to get away, she begins to believe that a we... more