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  • Fluffy's Tale

    by Megan Newell
    Fluffy leaves home because Zac and Zoe have brought home a new kitten. She goes looking for a friend, but no-one she meets seems right - until she meets a butterfly who teaches her a few things about friendship.
  • Rosco the Rascal and the Holiday Lights

    by Shana Gorian
    James’ and Mandy's neighborhood has taken first place in the holiday lights Best Block contest. But will Rosco’s attempts to help, wreak havoc and wreck Opening Night? And will Mandy’s insistence on working independently be her downfall at the school train parade? Find out in this heartwarming Christmas adventure, the fifth installment in the Rosco the Rascal series.
  • Yamato's Ghosts

    by Emmanuel Tiongco Santos
    … about my novel It’s my first novel and, most likely, my last. I’m 70 now and I’m not getting any younger. But, I digress. At the outset, an elderly Asian looking man, clad in an elegant kimono is found dead at the Presidio. Two of San Francisco’s finest are dispatched to the scene of the crime. They ruled out “hara-kiri” or disembowelment. There are no witnesses. A lengthy investigation ensued, revealing the extensive and complex background of victim, a Japanese-American, who was incarce... more
  • Blood Brothers: Courage and Treachery on the Shores of Tripoli

    by tom behr
    In 1805, in the war-ravaged Mediterranean, Henry Doyle, a soldier of fortune−and professional killer−arrives at a squalid tavern in the roughest section of Malta for a meeting with a man he should hate. His appointment: William Eaton, an American army officer, Indian fighter, and secret agent for Thomas Jefferson. Eaton is plotting a daring venture: the invasion of Tripoli to liberate three hundred Americans held hostage by the Pasha of Tripoli, place a pro-American ruler on Tripoli’s throne, ... more
  • Blythe of the Gates

    by Leah Erickson
    Can the gates of perception be bypassed? The year is 1911. A rash love affair with a member of the Irish Mafia catapults Luna Mulkerrins into scandal, murder, scorn and decadent friendships in Ragtime Manhattan. Escaping from the blaze of publicity, a new Luna emerges: Blythe of the Seven Gates. Her meteoric rise as a magician leads to fame, vaudeville, silent movies and the notoriety of a damaging court case. Can Luna reclaim her reputation and reinvent herself as an independent woman of the... more
  • The Brambles

    by Leah Erickson
    Elizabeth Gray is found hanging from a tree. Her town is shocked to learn that Elizabeth had no birth certificate, no social security number, no record of education. Her mother, an independently wealthy woman, refuses to cooperate with authorities. But Elizabeth is not truly gone: she communicates in spirit with her three childhood playmates, driving them to investigate the true circumstances of her death. And in doing so, Mack, Lillian, and Vanessa discover the world of The Brambles; Drug... more
  • Climb

    by Melissa McGovern Taylor
    Mutt. Half-breed. Twelve-year-old Tizzy Barnes hates the names kids call her and how everyone has something to say about her mama being black and her daddy being white, especially the mean folks in the Ku Klux Klan. But when Tizzy meets Skip Spencer in the summer of 1964, all he cares about is setting a world tree-climbing record with Tizzy’s help. The only problem is, Skip’s daddy is a no-good, two-bit member of the Klan. As Tizzy and Skip try to keep their friendship quiet, Daddy gets arrest... more
  • From Peasant to Emperor: The Life of Liu Bang

    by Victor Cunrui Xiong
    This fictionalized biography allegedly written by the first-century historian Ban Gu tells one of the least likely rages-to-power story, in which a penniless peasant rose to become the founder of the Han dynasty that rivaled Rome as one of the two great powers of Eurasia
  • My Little Pine New Life

    by Ryan Morgan
    Struggling to make his way in the world the little pine tree has to decide if he will let a tiny little beetle into his life. This decision could alter his life forever. When he decides to let the beetle in against the advice of the wise tree next to him he is slowly eaten away. But that is not the end for this little pine tree. With the help of a caring carpenter will the pine tree recover? Will he feel whole again?
  • I Can Be A Superhero During A Lockdown

    by Rachel Tepfer Copeland

    (Pre K and Up) Listen to your teacher, Be quiet as a mouse and Stay still as a statue. These are the important Superhero jobs children will learn inside the gentle and engaging book I Can Be A Superhero During A Lockdown.  Everyone has a Superhero inside waiting to be discovered... learn how to discover yours!

     

     

  • Agri Supply® of Tifton, GA of Features Top Brand Names for Farm, Shop, and Home

    by Jashon Langer
    Open since 1981, Agri Supply is the best choice of agricultural supply storein Tifton Georgia. This Agri Supply is one of the company’s eight retail locations. A family-owned company, Agri Supply has been growing since they started in 1962 in Garner, North Carolina. Agrisupply now carries over 26,000 items for farm, shop, home, and garden. They also retain their core values. To quote the company’s founder: "Agri Supply's goal is to provide quality merchandise at the most reasonable price, to giv... more
  • Because I Wanted To Play With You

    by Tamiko Pettee
    Based on a true story, award-winning writer Tamiko Pettee crafts this charming tale of true friendship that inspires both parents and children to consider how our use of digital devices can affect our relationships. Jake Hedgehog is a boy who loves to play with his friends. He becomes sad and lonely when he discovers that his best friend, Sam is more interested in his phone than in playing with him. Jake takes desperate measures to remedy the situation and ends up jeopardizing their friendshi... more
  • You Weren't With Me

    by Chandra Ghosh Ippen
  • Airmail to Texas: 8,422 Miles to Home

    by Linda Ann
    More than 70 years after they were written, Linda Ann discovered the mysterious letters that her mother had kept in a private box of papers. The letters from Charles to his beloved Wauldean helped tell their story about wartime, not war. More than 60 yellowing letters gave hints to mysteries that Linda and her daughters wanted to solve. The women who inherited the story decided to create this book, a love of labor that took years to develop into what you can read now! The letters themselves are... more
  • The Black Fox of Beckham

    by David L Heaney

    A black fox, a Roma gypsy widow, and a fourteen-year-old girl on the autism spectrum discover and befriend one another in the village of Beckham where fox hunting has been a way of life for centuries. The three improbable friends learn that being different doesn’t leave you powerless as they prepare to challenge a sport they believe is senseless and cruel. TTHE BLACK FOX OF BECKHAM is a tale for young adult readers about reckless superstitions fueled by prejudice, a desire to win a... more

  • A Capitalist Carol: The heroic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge and that free-loading Bob Cratchit

    by Ted Satterfield
    Resurrected 150 years after his death, Charles Dickens must transform “A Christmas Carol” into “A Capitalist Carol,” for use in American schools. Viewing Ebenezer Scrooge as a hero, not a villain, proponents of the Modern Truth Movement demand Dickens portray Ebenezer Scrooge as an ideal capitalist, while depicting Bob Cratchit as a freeloading loser who deserves to be poor. When Dickens learns the inmate working in the cubicle next to him, Friedrich Nietzsche, is part of a resistance that’s hel... more

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