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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Tremble of Love: A Novel of the Baal Shem Tov

    by Ani Tuzman


    The Tremble of Love: A Novel of the Baal Shem Tov is inspired by the legendary spiritual master known as the Baal Shem Tov who beckoned forth love from the hearts of rag pickers, ruby merchants, midwives and murderers.  ​​


    Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth, 1703

    The villagers of Okup give up on a strange orphan, as hard to tame as the wind.  But young Yisroel, guided by a presence... more

  • Her Highness Builds Robots

    by Laura Winters
    Meet Priya, Jae, Holly, Taylor, Juanita, Rafa and Diamond - seven princesses who teach us that being a princess isn’t about chasing princes and looking pretty, it’s about making the world a better place. Her Highness Builds Robots is a coloring book created by twin sisters Laura Winters and Beth Winters. The princesses who star in this 45-page coloring book have different ethnicities, abilities, and talents. Princess Holly designs not only fashion but redesigns castles to be accessible for her... more
  • Oliver's Wish, A Tale From the Garden

    by Diane Worthen, Author and Illustrator
    Oliver's Wish is a charming tale of a wooden flamingo who wished he could fly. When, through an act of nature, his wish comes true, it takes him on an adventurous and frightful flight in which he learns through many mishaps, who and what he really is and where he truly wishes to be.
  • The Pesky Princess

    by Miel Parkinson
    The Pesky Princess is about a girl named Rachel who insists on doing things her way. Rachel's mother patiently lets her learn that every action has a natural consequence.
  • Shelby's Creek

    by Mark Matthiessen
    Valentin Schmitz loves Shelby's Creek, a 160-acre Iowa farm that represents not only third- generation family posterity, but seems as close as he can get to being with his beloved late parents and grandparents, whose farm-life memories remain with him deeply every day. Then, one day, he receives a letter postmarked in "England” with no return address. He suspects whom it’s from and suspects that its contents may call him away from Shelby’s Creek, possibly forever... Days pass before he opens... more
  • When a Man Loves a Woman: A Season of Change

    by Tumika Patrice Cain
    The stars seemed to have been aligned for Avery and Alicia. From the outside looking in, Lady Luck passed their way and left a fortune! They had a whirlwind, fairy tale romance filled with all the little things that make dreams come true, a wedding of grace and beauty, and perfectly magical careers that produced almost enough money to burn. They were the picture-perfect couple. Unfortunately, time has a way of revealing fissures in what appears to the naked eye as impenetrable. The results s... more
  • When a Man Loves a Woman 2: A Love Divine (Volume 2)

    by Tumika Patrice Cain
    Jacquie remembered a time when she was once a tender, caring, hopeless romantic. But happily-ever-afters and once-upon-a-time fairytales, proved over time to be just that – fairytales. After what she feels has been “a lifetime” of true love eluding her, she loses all hope, resigning to live a single (and loveless) existence. As time passes, she shifts her focus, choosing to concentrate on her career and makes the best of it…alone. Gorgeous, artsy and charismatic was the man who Jacquie’s ey... more
  • Last Stop Before Tomorrow

    by Tim Hicks
    Three main characters, the CEO of an international energy company, a computer geek with dual PhD's in math and philosophy, and his artist lover, are drawn together as they struggle with the riddles, paradoxes, and dilemmas of climate change and humanity's relationship with technology, and search for answers to the human predicament and their own lives. The characters are swept along on their journey accompanied by the mythological figures of Pandora and Prometheus who figure prominently as their... more

    by Matshona Dhliwayo
    YAHWEHOLOGY is a book of Psalms by writer and philosopher, Matshona Dhliwayo, inspired by his experiences in search of Yahweh, the ageless God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Whether you have heard of Yahweh or whether you are seeking Him, this book is a must-read. Since the beginning of time, few books have explored one's deep longing for Him whilst providing divine wisdom at the same time.
  • Valentine

    by Nicole E. Woolaston
    When you work for John Rafferty, the only way to quit is to see him in person. But when Vincent Entienne goes all the way to California to see Rafferty and doesn’t return, his daughter Val suspects foul play. Val, known to many as “Valentine”, decides to make a road trip from Chicago to California to find him. If he’s alive, she’ll bring him home. If he’s dead, she’ll avenge his death. But this road trip won’t be easy: Val knows she’s being followed, and when she picks up an orphan named Melinda... more
  • The Divine Timeline

    by John B Lester
    Divine Timeline is the story of a young explorer determined to make his own journey to the New World just as his older cousin Christopher Columbus had done 11 years prior. Only his journey would place him on the beaches of a remote paradise belonging to a group of natives who shared with him their last remaining fruit bearing the gift of eternal life. Upon returning home he realized his discoveries earned his name Juan Ponce De Leon a reputation among the elite explorers alongside his cousin. Th... more
  • They Call Him Grumpa

    by Bonnie Apperson Jacobs
    Perfect for ages 3-7, this heart-warming read-aloud children's book describes the relationship between a young boy named Brady and his grandfather. While it seems to some of Grandpa's family members that he is a grump, Brady knows the truth. This relatable book - written by long-time educators who are experienced in early childhood development, library science, school administration and public relations - stresses family values and will make every reader smile and say, "AWWWWW."
  • The Jøssing Affair

    by J. L. Oakley
    In the last year of WW II, British-trained Norwegian intelligence agent Tore Haugland is a jøssing—a patriot—sent to a fishing village on Norway’s west coast to set up a line to receive weapons and agents from England via the “Shetland Bus.” Posing as a deaf fisherman, his mission is complicated when he falls in love with Anna Fromme, a German widow with secrets of her own. In wartime, love and trust are not always compatible.
  • The Sum of His Worth

    by Ron Argo
    A prize-winning author returns to his Alabama childhood in this “profound, engrossing … and heartbreakingly real novel” [Kirkus Reviews] of the bloody South in 1958, a coming-of-age story of love, heroism and murder in the vein of To Kill a Mockingbird. Sonny Poe worries he’ll start ninth grade without a girlfriend when in the midnight woods he witnesses the most violent of racial horrors, the gruesome lynching of a black boy. Terrified, he runs, is chased, finds safety high in an oak. But his... more
  • Lalibela's Wise Man

    by Matshona Dhliwayo
    After his father passes away, Christian is denied his inheritance, disowned by his brothers, and thrown out of the family mansion. Life takes a terrible turn until he embarks on a life changing trip to Ethiopia to meet Lalibela’s wisest man.
  • "Miss?"

    by Laurel McHargue
    Written with love, humor, compassion, and exasperation, “Miss?”—a contemporary novel based on actual events—exposes the failure of our current public education system. McHargue presents an insider’s view of the issues that teachers in schools across the nation are too afraid to discuss openly for fear of recrimination, and provides a glimpse of the challenges facing today’s students. Maggie McCauley—a feisty young Army veteran—believes that her new life as a 7th grade English teacher will be... more