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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Cats of Rekem: The Sequel to Yeshua's Cat

    by C. L. Francisco
    The Cats of Rekem opens in the fabled city of Petra (Rekem). Francisco fashions a magical kaleidoscope of characters surrounding Jesus of Nazareth, both before and after his resurrection—many of them cats born into a line originating in Egypt and uniquely able to communicate with human beings. 25 years have passed in Rekem since the child Yeshua’s rescue (in A Cat Out of Egypt) by Zaidan, a powerful caravan master, and Tikos, an Egyptian priestess accompanied by a pregnant temple cat from Bubast... more
  • A Toucan Can Can You?

    by danny adlerman
    A book of tongue twisters (eg How much tea could a teaspoon spoon of a teaspoon could spoon tea? As much tea as a teaspoon could if a teaspoon could spoon tea!) Employing mostly (but not exclusively) compound words, each spread is rendered by a different well known children's illustrator including Demi, Ashley Wolff, Pat Cummings, and ten others. Includes music CD sung by the author with music written by Jim Babjak of The Smithereens.
  • Down Home Blues

    by Phyllis R. Dixon
    Home is the place where when you have to go there, they have to let you in. Eden, Arkansas is a town you are from, not move to. But when divorce, foreclosure, domestic violence, and an all-expense paid trip (also called prison) disrupt the Washington siblings’ perfectly planned lives, they end up back down home. Instead of serenity, sibling rivalries, divided loyalties and money squabbles resurface. Even the good news, that there may be natural gas on ... more
  • Requiem Shark

    by W. E. Burnette
    When an old surfer is killed by a big bull shark off the Florida coast, an odd collection of footloose misfits is drawn to the beach where he died--two friends who served with him in Vietnam, two 30-something wildlife journalists drawn by the chance of a story to jumpstart their careers, and Kelli Ryder, a seventeen-year-old dropout with high school behind her and an uncertain future ahead, whose heroic attempt to take the shark's victim away from it makes front-page news. Together they becom... more
  • The Adventures of the Poodle Posse

    by Chrysa Smith
    It's December. The Flout family, which includes an ever-growing posse of mini-poos is as expected, arguing. While their loving but clueless owner, Mrs. Flout squelches it--it's not for long and she makes a case for behaving, since Santa is watching and listening. But back at the North Pole, Santa has a problem---his elves have come down with a case of Elfluenza and the only cure is time and rest. With none of this to spare, Santa goes to Plan B and creates a flurry of activity and unexpected sur... more
  • A Very Furry Christmas: Holiday Cat Tales

    by John Ottini
    The perfect Christmas stocking stuffer for pet lovers, family and friends. This book contains four heartwarming Christmas stories about our feline friends and the humans who love them.
  • Museum of Unheard (of) Things

    by Roland Albrecht

    The first catalogue raisonné of Museum der Unerhörten Dinge, the world-famous "literary cabinet of curiosities" in Berlin.

  • Tea in Pajamas

    by Rachel Tey
    What if by doing something ordinary, you unlocked the gateway into a world of the extraordinary? For Belle Marie, having tea on Wednesday afternoons—barefoot and in her pajamas—mysteriously transports her from her home to the charming storybook land of Belzerac. Soon joined by her best friend, Tess, the girls enjoy weekly adventures in this wonderful new place of talking animals and a glittering blue forest. But one particular Wednesday, Tess suddenly vanishes and things go awry. ... more
  • Queen Gracie and the Case of the Frogs in the Nighttime

    by Suzanne Magdalena Rolph-McFalls
    Elf Island is just South of Neverland and little North of the Island of Misfit Toys. It's where you'll find the young Queen Gracie, North Pole Elves on vacation, Frog Hair Spice on watermelon, and The Grand TewyTotah! Join Queen Gracie as she works to save Christmas from being cancelled by getting to the bottom of The Case of the Frogs in the Nighttime! A Christmas Classic the whole family will enjoy.
  • Raised by A Pimp, Birthed by A Hoe

    by Ivy Valentine Pate

    Meet Chantal Laine. Young, beautiful, rich, spoiled, brilliant. And a high priced prostitute. Chantal's mother was a working girl. Her father was her mother's pimp. Those closest to her can see that she has some serious issues, everyone but her, that is. Can this "Daddy's Girl" show the world who's boss? Or will the streets show her that she is no different than that THOT she refuses to call Momma? 

  • Journey to Faith - Through the Eyes of the Wise Men

    by Annie Muñoz Fogel
    Christmas is almost here and with it, the opportunity to rediscover the beauty, majesty, wonder and awe of Jesus's birth and God's love for us, through the perspective of the Wise Men. "Journey to Faith - Through the Eyes of the Wise Men," is the never before told story of the three mysterious Wise Men, their journey and life transforming encounter with the newborn King. Who were they and how did they know about Jesus's birth and its significance? Relive their journey and walk in their shoes to ... more
  • All in a Jam

    by Rebecca Bielawski

    A rhyming picture book

    What happens when the traffic lights break down at the intersection? All kinds of vehicles in a whole lot of trouble and a great big traffic jam!

    A fun and colourful book for kids who love cars, especially broken ones.

    Elements include: Cars, trucks, motorbike, bus, van, fire engine, tow truck, RV, police car, traffic lights, a bird.

    245 words
    21 pages

    Spanish version also available: UN MONTÓN DE COCHES

  • Cape May

    by Holly Caster
    New Yorker Joanna Matthews is rapidly approaching 60 and desperate for a change. The last remotely daring thing she did—jumping into an unconventional marriage with her best friend Brian—happened 20 years ago. Now, their life’s comfortable, if routine. Joanna craves more and begins pursuing her long-deferred dream: owning and running a bed & breakfast. She’s captivated by Cape May, New Jersey, America's Oldest Seaside Resort. On the bus south, she meets a novelist, and is thunderstruck when she ... more
  • Betsy Town

    by Michael J. Malone
    Three decades ago, a distraught woman stared down an approaching train from the tracks in Elizabeth, New Jersey, infant son in her arms. The baby survived. Growing up in foster care when his father could not shoulder the burden, David Campion has managed to mostly hold it together. But recent developments, including his pending wedding, have compelled David to dig into his mother’s past through those who knew her. David is combating his own grave psychological challenges, and is desperate to hid... more
  • Dating on the Dork Side

    by Charity Tahmaseb

    Stung by an epic betrayal, Camy Cavanaugh relies on the sure things: her best friend, her job as peer tutor, and her safe spot on the sidelines of life. But when she hacks into a secret, trash-talking website, it ignites a war between the sexes that won't end until the whole school is turned upside down--and Camy's world is turned inside out.