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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Operation Werwolf

    by Tom Kane
    At the end of World War II the Allies discover a Nazi plan to destroy London with a nuclear bomb. The race is on to avert nuclear annihilation and to steal the Nazi secrets... from each other.
  • I Saw Your Profile

    by Rhonda Swan
    A fast-paced drama sprinkled with humor, I Saw Your Profile takes an intimate look at online dating and relationships. Arianna Singleton, a widow and mother of two who moves to Philadelphia to further her career as a journalist, finds herself lonely in the city of brotherly love. She joins an Internet dating site, hoping to meet that special someone. After several comical dates with duds, she thinks she’s finally found a stud in Chauncey, a handsome and charming personal trainer. Nicol... more
  • That Witch Ripped Up My Flowers

    by Michele Lynn Seigfried
    A little princess just wants to plant her flowers. But, a mean witch rips them all up! What is the princess going to do? Find out in this fun story! This book, told in rhyme, teaches children about finding solutions to problems and helping others. For children ages 2-8.
  • FRANKINCENSE AND MYRRH: The Story of the Stable Mice

    by Dr. Jeannine Mizingou
    This is an imaginative story of the first Christmas, as witnessed by the stable mice. A brother and sister mice who live in the hayloft become known as Frankincense and Myrrh. An unknown mishap takes place in the stable, causing the mice to keep the gifts of the magi from falling over. The blessing of that day, the tale shows, covered all of heaven above and the earth below.
  • The Prayer at Valley Forge

    by Dr. Jeannine Mizingou
    In this short story of historical fiction, the young narrator and her brother learn about General George Washington and the prayer at Valley Forge; the story enriches the reader's understanding of the significance of this prayer in America's heritage.
  • The Spirit of '76: A Junior Novel of the American Revolution

    by Dr. Jeannine Mizingou
    This novel for readers of all ages examines America's heritage. In The Spirit of ’76, the storyline takes the reader through the true events of the American Revolution. This junior novel of historical fiction dramatizes what it was like to be alive at such trying and significant times. Young readers fascinated with colonial times or unfamiliar with the War for Independence will take a step back in time and see history played out. It is a journey through the eyes of the young narrator, 7 year-old... more
  • The Seven Deadlies

    by Charles L. Stafford
  • Cathedrals In The Sky

    by Andrew Rajan
    The turbulent saga of Ash, a troublesome, twelve-year-old, trans-racially adopted British-Asian boy, sent to live on a Kent farm by a mother too ill to cope, during the long, hot summer of 1976. There, he discovers a buried WWII Spitfire engine and determines to rebuild it with his Grandfather. Spanning over 70 years, Cathedrals In The Sky is a coming-of-age psychology of love, loss and parenthood, told from a series of five very different perspectives.
  • The Sixth

    by Avery Hays
    Welcome to the gaslit, cobblestoned streets of Paris, 1910. Florbela Sarmentos, 21, knows what she wants: art, romance, and to free her father from the prison of Portugal's despotic King Manuel II. Born in Lisbon, educated in London and at a painting academy in Cherbourg, France, the cosmopolitan Florbela moves to Paris and takes up residence in the wildly bohemian enclave of La Ruche, there to pursue a creative life. Some of the yet-to-be-discovered artists living in her building are Diego Ri... more
  • Gadzooks! A Comically Quirky Audio Book

    by Adele Park
    In the eyes of Nadine, a polygamist and serial bride, nudging her husbands into heaven is a testament to love. Even Nancy Neptune, a notorious shock jock, is gobsmacked by Nadine's so-called “Celestial Send-Offs.” Things go to hell in a hurry when Nadine offs the wrong guy and is charged with assisted suicide. Meanwhile, Blue McKenna has problems of her own. A power outage has leveled Blue's medical marijuana dispensary. Scottie Sphincter, lead singer of a band called The Rectal Surge... more
  • 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
    Not sure
  • 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?