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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Journey to Juniper Junction

    by Heather N. Quinn
    Ten-year-old Gemma Merriman longs for adventure. Leaving her home in England to spend the holidays with her Canadian cousins, she hopes she'll have the best summer ever. But will she? Right from the start, Gemma faces challenges she never imagined. If you love fun-filled, lighthearted adventures, you'll love Journey to Juniper Junction, Book 1 in the My Country Cousins series!
  • Dandelion Child

    by Kimberly Mehlman-Orozco
    Authored by human trafficking expert Dr. Kimberly Mehlman-Orozco and human trafficking survivor Jennifer Lowery-Keith, this book reminds us that some children aren't given all they should have to grow. Some children are mistreated and deprived, but they flourish and thrive anyway. This fable is about recognizing the perseverance and determination of those Dandelion Children and all of the wonderful things they can accomplish in spite of their circumstances. A beautifully illustrated story of ... more
  • Underneath The Honeysuckle Vine: Beyond Cedar Cove, Book One

    by Cynthia Ulmer
    Meg Evans grew up privileged and special. The whole world was open to her. She was destined to become a model. And then, she got pregnant. Shamed and thrown out of school, she returned home refusing to tell who the father of her baby was. Her family shunned her by making her live in one of her grandfather's rental homes. As a result, Meg constantly fought to regain her special status in life. She despised her illegitimate daughter Carin, putting the blame of her misfortune on the child. Unde... more
  • Déjà vu

    by Angela Grey
    Eighteen-year-old Ivy Lancaster has a bad dream of a local murderer. Later, Ivy, out for a run, visits Amber’s murder site, which feels familiar. Dad, Finn, equates it to déjà vu. Ivy experiences the mania and depression of bipolar disorder as she works her job as a framing carpenter and attempts to solve the murder. As she gets closer, her house is ransacked, she almost gets run off the road, and her best friend is injured. Is she putting the lives of her loved ones in harm's way for nothing, o... more
  • Tsiu Blue: Salmon Fishing in the Gulf of Alaska: A Fable

    by Richard Bard
    Tsiu Blue blows away the boundaries between humans, animals, and objects. In the mountain-ringed seascape of the Alaskan Gulf anything---a sea lion, a rockfish, even a glacier, may have a point of view. As a salmon fisher pursues kings, silvers, and enlightenment through the wave-tossed ocean reaches, his mind-bending encounters make the idea of animism---that spirit may inhabit any entity---begin to seem perfectly reasonable.
  • The Bastardo

    by Steve Kravetz
    A perfect storm of events hit 1850's Sicly to created the Mafia. It is going to take Don Leonardo's perfect plan to save his family from the threat with in and re-gain control of the LA Barbra's families businesses. He only had to breed a perfect man and he might change the families fate, and future.
  • Possum Boy Battles The Mulefoot Menace

    by Swifty Slowpoker
    Eleven-year-old Delphus V. White lives a pretty idyllic life at Clover Bottom Hospital and School with his pals, the Blount Brothers. That is, until The Mulefoot boar came into their lives. Named for his single, fused hooves, The Mulefoot wreaks havoc at Clover Bottom’s hog farm. The situation heats up when the CIA orders Delphus to terminate The Mulefoot with extreme prejudice! OR did Delphus just dream up that part?
  • The Adventures of Mel & An

    by Nija Morenike' Matory
    Wordplay for melanin, The Adventures of Mel & An tells the story of 8 year old, Meldrick Thompson, and his sister, 6 year old, Anaya Thompson. Affectionally nicknamed, Mel & An, readers embark on a journey as these siblings adjust to a new school after moving away from their hometown of Jackson, MS. Will Mel & An make friends as easily as they did back home? Will the pizza taste the same as their old school cafeteria? Will they have to do more homework? Join Mel & An on their first advent... more
  • Jackie Does It All

    by Fabian e. Ferguson

    Young Jackie is on pace to earn more scout patches than anyone else in her troop, but she is about to discover exactly WHY we can’t always do it all… Jackie Does it All is a heartwarming story about a young girl learning a very human lesson about choosing priorities. In his wonderfully melodic book, author Fabian Ferguson allows us to discover with our children that sometimes it’s ok to say no in the most lovable of ways.

  • Vanishing Hour: A Novel of a Man, a Girl, and the End of the World

    by Lisa King
    Seventy-year-old Matthew Werner, who suffers from a debilitating case of Not Normal, doesn't know that nearly everyone on earth has died. He only knows that, out in the world, something terrible is happening - something he's not willing to discover. So he barricades himself inside and tries to stay ignorant. That is, until twelve-year-old Ruby Sterling shows up at his doorstep, all alone. The two have little in common. Matthew is old, strange, grumbly, and concerned only with figuring out wh... more
  • Roaring Creek

    by Emerson Williams
    Clark Lewis leaves his home on Roaring Creek, Greenbrier County in the mountains of Central Virginia) now West Virginia in 1861 to fight for the Confederacy. He adapts to a new life in service to his native state.Follow him through 14 battles and the hell of being held prisoner in Point Lookout Prison. The emotions of love, triumph, defeat, capture and social growth and exposure to various characters of the times. This true story is the last thing you will think of at night.
  • Everyday Pocket Poetry

    by LoAnn Twedt
    Everyday Pocket Poetry is made up of everyday experiences of the author. Life is full of happenstance and as hard as we try, we cannot organize our life completely. As a result the unusual, the unintended, the surprises come in to play each day for us. We can either get worried and anxious about what happens or we can look at the unexpected as an opportunity to find fun or , more seriously, find a place to find insight and adventure. The poems in the book are some of the opportunities, I ha... more
  • A Time For Color

    by Thomas J Penisten

    A beautifully illustrated and stirring story that reminds us to never lose wonder and gratitude for the simple joys in life. A joyous young boy lives life with zest and vibrance until he gets older and forgets the simple marvels that make each day special. In this timeless story, a cheerful boy’s colors shine bright as he enjoys each day’s splendor. His gratitude, curiosity, and joie de vivre was shown through his colors who joined him on every adventure, every exploit, and with e... more

  • Don't Forget

    by Robert Karmon
    A young writer sets out on a journey of self-discovery through encounters with memorable characters, dreams. nightmares and vivid memories from the past and present to discover the mystery of love and to uncover the truth of his existence and identity.
  • Just a little Longer

    by Veronica Rajahram
    Sabrina Kenneth grew up living the privileged,  fairytale life. She got the perfect family and everything she could ever dream of as a kid. However as Sabrina grows up, her life slowly begins to fall apart as she is brutally knocked down by it. She faces a drunken father and a hopeless mother. One hopeful day, Sabrina finally opens her eyes and realizes that life is what she thought it was. Sabrina gains a new perspective but is it enough to keep her going?
  • Daphne & Gerhard

    by Abby Stuart
    These two wild ducks in all their glory, Have a remarkable little story! They have travelled thousands of miles, you see, To end up in Bermuda, here with me. Would you believe they are friendly and sweet? Each day, same time, they come over to eat! How is it something so wild and so free, Always comes back here to little old me?

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