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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Templar Vault

    by Scott Chapman
    The mystery of the last secret of the Templars as they retreat to their final refuge in the Scottish Highlands.
  • Daughter of Liberty

    by J. M. Hochstetler

    Eastertide, April 1775. In the blockaded port of Boston, Elizabeth Howard plays a dangerous game. As the infamous courier Oriole, she is hunted by the British for smuggling intelligence and munitions to the Sons of Liberty by night, while by day she flirts with British officers to gain access to information the rebels so desperately need.

    But she hasn’t counted on the arrival of Jonathan Carleton, an officer in the Seventeenth Light Dragoons. To her dismay, the attraction bet... more

  • A Very Sick Practice

    by Janet Cee
    Four intelligent, well-educated - up until now - law-abiding women in their late forties use brilliant plotting and conniving to punish three people they consider have have ruined the lives of two of them.
  • Alphabet Anatomy: Meet the Capital Letters Coloring/Workbook

    by Linda Ann Jones
    The Coloring/Workbook provides fun opportunities to enrich and expand letter recognition and knowledge with the following activities: * Coloring pages of each capital letter * Letter writing practice * Additional coloring pictures to match letter sounds * Fun sentences about the letters "lives" to practice reading aloud.
  • Alphabet Anatomy: Meet the Capital Letters Parent Guide

    by Linda Ann Jones
    The Parent Guide presents easy, fun ideas to help parents cohesively engage in meaningful conversation and activities that foster letter recognition and knowledge, while growing the early literacy foundation. Each capital letter includes: * Questions, activities, and discussion topics * Craft activities * Additional learning concepts to explore such as numbers, colors, and shapes * Kinesthetic movements to reinforce each letter's shape
  • Alphabet Anatomy: Meet the Lower Case Letters

    by Linda Ann Jones
    A short, humorous rhyme playfully introduces each lower case letter, creatively giving the letters life based on their special graphic features, and uniquely provides children with a visual and auditory picture of each letter's sound, shape, and print formation. Children foster and strengthen letter recognition and knowledge in addition to gaining all the benefits that rhyming provides. Engaging "I Spy" feature for children to locate the matching capital letter in each illustration. SIMPLE, E... more
  • Alphabet Anatomy: Meet the Capital Letters

    by Linda Ann Jones
    A short, humorous rhyme playfully introduces each capital letter, creatively giving the letters life based on their special graphic features, and uniquely provides children with a visual and auditory picture of each letter's sound, shape, and print formation. Children foster and strengthen letter recognition and knowledge in addition to gaining all the benefits that rhyming provides. SIMPLE, EFFORTLESS, FUN!
  • Sister Girl

    by Jonna Ivin
    In the summer of 1967, at the age of four, Tess received two things; a baby sister and the nickname Sister Girl. Neither of which she wanted. Life had been perfect before baby Grace came into their lives. Sure, sometimes Mama got mad at Daddy or Daddy got mad at Mama, but most days Tess enjoyed a regular routine. Eating her cereal while sitting on the floor in her underpants, watching morning cartoons, or visiting with Mrs. Gardner next door was enough to keep her happy. She didn’t see why anyth... more
  • Porndance

    by Zack Matheson
    “Porndance” is the sequel—yet a stand-alone story—to the novel “Island of the Lost Souls.” Picking up about six months after the conclusion of “Island,” Daniel Quinn, self-described Irish-Mexican “mutt,” Gen-X slacker, food service worker, movie geek, musician, and outspoken social commentator, finds himself leaving Tucson for Park City, Utah, after a slightly mysterious and extremely wealthy woman offers him an almost-too-good-to-be-true dream job of being the head chef at an upscale restaurant... more
  • Island of the Lost Souls

    by Zack Matheson
    Daniel Quinn just might be the epitome of Gen-X angst. The musician, slacker, movie geek, food lover and amateur American behavior analyst, was once a chef, until he assaulted a customer with a cucumber for disrespecting his cooking by simply saying that Daniel’s food was just as good as the food at The Outback Steakhouse. These days, Daniel works as a server in an upscale downtown Tucson restaurant, a job more suited toward his personality because he isn’t putting his cooking—and therefore hims... more
  • Little 15

    by Stephanie Saye
    Fifteen-year-old Lauren Muchmore has spent her life walking on eggshells. Ruled by her father's controlling nature and obsession with her basketball career, Lauren's adolescence isn't easy. Things start looking up when Lauren becomes the star point guard for basketball powerhouse Saint Agnes. But then her coach's smile turns into a touch, and a touch leads to a whole lot more. And before she realizes what's happening, Lauren is swept up in an abusive relationship that no girl should ever have to... more
  • Swimming Through Clouds (A YA Contemporary Novel)

    by Rajdeep Paulus

    If you met Cinderella in the high school cafeteria, would you recognize her? Look past her caution-taped eyes and talk to her? Could you help her to write a new chapter in her story? With the help of a few choice Sticky Notes, high school senior Lagan Desai pursues transfer student, Talia Vanderbilt, peeling back her life of secrets, one Post-it-sized question at at a time.

  • THE YEAR OF THE HORSETAILS

    by R. F. TAPSELL
    Eastern Europe: Early Middle Ages. The nomad warrior Bardiya must flee from the evil empire of the Mongol-like Tugars and their ruthless Kagan. He receives hospitality from the sedentary Slavic Drevich people; but fears that they also might succumb to the might of the Tugar empire. Will he be able to convince them of their danger and teach them the skills necessary to defeat their new enemy?
  • Angelina's Prayer

    by Cheryl Bartky
    Told through a child's eyes, Angelina's Prayer is a story of longing, love, and the healing power of radical kindness. Neuro-psychologist Rick Hanson, PhD, the best-selling author of Buddha's Brain, praises Angelina's Prayer as, "A beautiful story by a gifted writer." In this timeless, universal, and year-round story, 9-year old Angelina Martinez is moving from New York to New Mexico. When she was seven, Angelina’s father left her and her mom. Ever since then Angelina wants more t... more
  • Chemicals

    by Erica Crockett
    After a series of devastating terrorist attacks deprives America of the pharmaceuticals on which it depends, Aberdeen Childress fights to keep her family and an apartment building full of lost souls sane and safe in a city run by agents of the very drug cartel responsible for the attacks. As the military moves in to stop the chaos, private companies deal with those off their medications and fraudulent faith healers promise deliverance, Aberdeen is forced to deal with the city’s tormentors to fu... more
  • The Adventures of Lovable Lobo - Lobo's Howliday

    by C.L. Murphy
    It's almost Christmas and Santa finds himself in quite the predicament due to unintended consequences as a result of trying something new. Lobo, and his raven sidekick, Roxy, travel to the North Pole to help the jolly ole' one and are guided by the Arctic animals. The colors of the season delight along the way and make for a howling good holiday. Can you howl Ho Ho Ho?

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