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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Crowned

    by Julia Dweck
    From best selling children’s author, Julia Dweck, comes a tale of fantasy, adventure and bravery in this fairy tale for a new generation. Quinn is a fairy sprite who dreams of becoming queen. But how does one become a queen? All the books Quinn has ever read claim that damsels in distress are rescued by princes and then live happily ever after. Quinn’s search for a handsome prince is brought to an abrupt halt by a nasty two-headed ogre who threatens the safety of Fairy Land. And suddenly, a... more
  • Jack The Pumpkin

    by Beatrix S. Tambunan
    Jack The Pumpkin loves the Sun but see how he changes when the moon rises. See how Halloween Magic works. "Sometimes we are afraid to change because of new surroundings. When we keep an open mind, something better comes along." Age: 3 and above Reading Level: Kindergarten and above
  • Moon Girl

    by Beatrix S. Tambunan
    A story of Moon Girl who made sure the moon shone brightly at night so night creatures could creep outside and see where they were going. She left one day and Earth was never the same until she came back. A story of self-worth and valuable relationships.
  • First Novel

    by Jeremy Scollo
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  • Einstein's Road Trip: Confessions of a Fellow Traveler

    by George Brinner
    Chased by a dangerous psychopath, an illusory Albert Einstein joins an eccentric artist and his Hopi Indian guide as they race from Winslow Arizona to New Orleans’ French Quarter in search of a satchel’s mysterious contents and the secret to life’s design.
  • Blood Libel

    by Christine Jordan
    When in 1167, a young Christian boy is found murdered in the holy city of Gloucester with signs of ritual crucifixion, suspicion is cast upon the Jewish community. Is it true that the Jews kill young boys to use their blood in Passover bread or does the murder of the boy have more to do with the appearance of a stranger? Who did murder the young boy Harold and why?
  • City of Secrets

    by Christine Jordan
    When murder, flood and disease hit the holy city of Gloucester, it’s not long before the monks of Blackfriars and the corrupt burghers of the city start to talk of sorcery. Punishments are brutal; fires will be lit; people will burn. Orphaned at a young age and trapped in marriage to the boorish Humphrey, Emmelina finds herself the focus of fear and superstition. But what really happened to her friend and maidservant, Fayette, and how much is she prepared to risk in the name of freedom… and o... more
  • The Ticket

    by Loretta Miles Tollefson
    So you think winning the lottery would solve all your problems? So do Ruth and Joe. Until they actually win the jackpot and come face to face with themselves and their friends and family in ways they hadn’t expected. Set in the beauty of central New Mexico, this story gives you a taste of what it would be like to win the lottery—and the complications that can result.
  • Sarah Anne's Expedient Marriage (The Unshakable Faith Series) (Volume 3)

    by Cathy Lynn Bryant
    Knowing he was about to die, Sarah Anne’s beloved father had arranged for her to marry Alexander Swyndhurst II. Alexander, a recent widower, had no intention of taking another wife; but after learning the young woman’s situation—that she had been the object of at least one man’s unwanted attentions, and that she would soon be left alone and unprotected—he had agreed to the marriage. He had one stipulation, however: He and Sarah Anne would live separately—he in Bristol, England, and she in Amesbu... more
  • The Land Outside

    by Daniel Landin
    A little manta ray of the open ocean dreams of visiting “the land outside of the water”; a place of strange creatures and mythic landscapes. For this little ray, the Land Outside (as it is called) is filled with unimaginable wonders. Join the Little Ray on his adventure as he travels from his home in the sea to the place of his dreams, and encounters a slew of animals including monkeys, giraffes, a rhino, and many more.
  • Normal Family

    by Don Trowden
    Four consecutive dysfunctional holidays bring a wealthy family to its collective knees in this hilarious novel.
  • The View North from Liberal Cemetery

    by Joel Wapnick
    Life amounts to nothing. That's the considered opinion of Carl Anderson, recently retired McGill professor of religion. Lonely, aimless, embittered by his children, unable to derive significance from his long career, irked by the “putter-putter” meaninglessness of existence at the seniors residence he has been shipped off to, and both cursed and blessed with an infallible memory, Carl is spooked by the inevitability of impending weakness, illness, and death. He is also haunted by childhood ... more
  • KeeKee's Big Adventures in Athens, Greece

    by Shannon Jones
    KeeKee’s Big Adventures is the award-winning children’s picture book series about KeeKee, the adventurous calico kitty traveling the world in her hot air balloon. Paris, Rome, and now - Opa! - it’s Athens, Greece!
  • B00NEPNVD6

    by Madhumita Ghar
    This story is set in a quaint little village in India. A little girl Biniya is trying her hand at rolling rotis - a roti is a flat bread made of flour. After a few disastrous attempts, find out how the day was saved.
  • Beauford Peever's Animal Family

    by Hector Curriel
    Every family has secrets, and certainly the Beauford Peever's Family isn't the exception. Beauford Peever, a pretty smart boy who loves to read about all kinds of animals, has found something about his family that will change the rest of his life...
  • Annus Horribilis: Diary of a Nobody

    by Roni Askey-Doran
    At the lowest point in her life, Kirsten Smith wakes up under a lantana bush on New Year’s Day. Determined to reinvent herself, she vows to rise above her worst moment. Throughout the year, Kirsten and her best friends are flung into a hysterical romp through life; their mishaps and adventures ultimately force them to question themselves and their perceptions of love, beauty, sex, men and even their friendship. Hilarious and heart-breaking, Kirsten’s year of self-renovation culminates in a... more

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