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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • A Winter's Flood, The Novel

    by Carmel Lile

       Louisville, Ky., January, 1937. A new year begins with the hope that the city is leaving behind the desperate days of the Depression -- until a record flood forces two-thirds of its citizens from their homes.

       Miranda Kinley doesn't want to evacuate. She doesn't want to leave her home, her haven from the world. But when she is surrounded by floodwater, her husband missing, and her best friend's young daughter in her care, she may not h... more

  • Boy Hero

    by Michael Walsh

    Boy Hero is the fictional story of Mr. Hai Lee, a Taiwan mango grower who has always been deeply troubled by experiences he had as a ten-year-old boy during World War II. He longs for peace and serenity. Hai Lee's grandson Curtis, an orphan and a delinquent, arrives to live wiith him with problems of his own. Boy Hero is a timeless tale with a surprising and climactic ending. Its main themes are the struggle to come to terms with one's identity, the bondage of guilt, and the elusivene... more

  • Cold Story: Miss Sharon's Stories (Volume 5)

    by Miss Sharon
    When your little ones get a cold, it can break your heart. You just want them to feel better. This comforting story helps kids see some of the good things that often happens when you have a cold. It also contains a humorous story about a little dog and some tissues! This relatable and cute story will delight and engage your little ones. Get well soon!
  • Toothbrush Story

    by Miss Sharon
    This book helps kids see that brushing can be fun! They can learn the toothbrush song and see funny and cute pictures of other kids and animals brushing their teeth.
  • The UglyBeautiful Tale of a Stupid, Stupid Heart

    by Levi Cheruo Cheptora
    The UglyBeautiful Tale of a Stupid, Stupid Heart is a riveting tale of a blind, carefree, yet kindest of the hearts that will amuse and anger, tickle, and unfortunately makes you shed a tear! Set in Mount Elgon, Western Kenya, the book tells a story of two neighboring families (that of Joram and that of Sikowo) hailing from the Bok, who happens to be the majority, and the Ndorobo, apparently a persecuted minority, respectively. At the core of their perennially paradoxical relationship, is th... more
  • There is no Country Called Kenya: If you Must Steal, Just Steal a Little Please

    by Levi Cheruo Cheptora
    The year is 2030. A mysterious, rogue, and notorious Committee X has hijacked Kenya, defiled The Kenya Constitution 2010, grabbed forests, parks, whole counties, legalize prostitution, is openly cultivating coca, poppies, and cannabis sativa, and has stolen every coin from Central Bank…inflation rates are skyrocketing, unemployment rates are off the roof, the Shilling value is nose-diving, teachers, nurses, doctors, security personnel among others are either on strike or on a go-slow. An Ene... more
  • The Road to Amazing

    by Brent Hartinger
    “I think gay guys like weddings more than anyone. And it's not because we want to destroy marriage, like some people say. It's because we really, really want to get married!" Russel Middlebrook is gettin' hitched! The wedding is taking place in a remote lodge on an island in Puget Sound. Russel and his husband-to-be have invited all their close friends to spend the whole weekend together beforehand. And for the first time in his life, Russel is determined to not be neurotic, and not ov... more

    by Scott Schafer
    Mr. Mischievious, the eccentric recluse of the neighborhood, spends most of his days cooped up inside his house. His odd antics make him misunderstood by all, until one day he decides to come out of hiding and paint the town RED... and BLUE, and GREEN......LITERALLY...... Not to mention everything in it!
  • How The Peacock Got Its Feathers

    by Clayton W. Francis & Cherylann Francis
    The forest animals had enough of Courtney and Pratt's antics. After hosting a party to say sorry to their animal neighbors, Courtney and Pratt just couldn't help themselves and played one last prank on Joel, the quiet, all-white peacock.
  • Unexpected Legacy

    by Darlene Deluca
    Matt Dalton’s world is spinning off its axis. Without warning, he’s thrown into the world of parenting a teenager. Matt meets his son for the first time when the sixteen-year-old is dealing with the consequences of a tragic car accident. Not only has Brady lost his best friend, he faces disability and scars both physical and emotional. Determined to do whatever it takes to give his son a second chance, Matt looks to his alma mater to step up and help Brady regain his athletic abilities and se... more
  • Tomas & the Galapagos Adventure

    by Carolyn Lunn
    Join Tomas, an Ecuadorian boy, as he explores one of the Galapagos Islands. From riding a green sea turtle and seeing amazing marine animals to lunch with pirates and escaping from a volcano eruption, Tomas goes on a grand adventure, and he’s still home in time for dinner with Mama.
  • All the Love in the Land, Alice

    by Joan Lisi

    Alice, a beautiful and driven woman , marries a dynamic businessman from Los Angeles in a cold and snowy town in England, when they should have had a society wedding in California  The story of this gifted and flawed woman's rise and fall from grace is told with her own letters, and those close to her, during the explosive growth of early 20th century Los Angeles, the burgeoning financial markets of the 1920's, and the tragic depression during which she committed suicide.

  • Room for Three

    by Amy Worden
    Enter the world of three young friends as they play, using their imagination and the natural world. A forest clearing sets the stage, as their creation (a fort made of sticks) provides a fertile ground to experience both the joys and the conflicts that so often accompany childhood. The boys struggle, but are encouraged to think creatively and find a solution that is inclusive and all their own. Parents and educators embrace this story as a tool to further the conversation around bullying, social... more
  • And Alex Still Has Acne

    by Margaret Egrot
    Life for fourteen year old Alex is OK most of the time. He enjoys school, has a best friend Sam, and a pretty and only mildly irritating younger sister, Nicky. But then Sam starts acting strangely, and so does Nicky – and both insist on sharing secrets with him and making him promise not to tell anyone. Then Nicky goes missing and only Alex feels he knows where to find her. But is Sam anywhere around to help?
  • The Antioch Testament: A Novel about the Lives of the Apostles After the Resurrection

    by Donald Joiner
    When an ancient Aramaic manuscript is discovered in war-torn Iraq, it is sent to a monastery in the USA to be translated. What the scholars who translate it discover is absolutely astonishing for it is a first-century testimonial about what happened to Jesus' apostles after his resurrection
  • Cuckoo Clock - New York

    by Elisabeth Marrion
    Kristallnacht, November 1938. Doctor Esther Rosenthal's husband has just enough time to whisper to her before the SA pull him out of the door and slams it shut behind him