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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Glow in Loretta's Garden

    by Lois Wickstrom
    When Loretta digs in the dirt to plant her flower garden, she discovers glowing larvae. Learn about the lifecycle of the firefly as she puts the larvae in her empty ant farm box and watches the larvae build tunnels and mud houses. After they hatch, she also learns the secret to their special flashing messages.
  • Desert Friends: Travels With the Pack

    by Linda Harkey
    Animal friends in the Sonoran Desert in Arizona are found in all sizes, shapes, and colors. Rodney, a roadrunner, and his best friend, Quincy, a Gambel’s quail, spend days racing each other through dry creek beds called arroyos. One day Rodney and Quincy meet two hunting dogs—Gator and his three-legged buddy, Tripod. Danger surrounds the four friends as a thunderstorm sends tremendous amounts of muddy water down the arroyo. The force of the water sweeps Tripod away. Who will come to his rescue? ... more
  • Jack the Christmas Parade Pony

    by Nicole Natale
    Join Jack, the extraordinary Pony of the Americas, on an unforgettable adventure that will warm your heart and inspire your spirit! Nestled amidst the breathtaking Arizona desert, Jack might appear just like any other pony, but his story is anything but ordinary. Surrounded by the graceful beauty of Arabian horses, Jack yearns to discover what makes him truly exceptional. Despite his charming personality and unique appearance, he can't help but feel like he doesn't quite belong. But destin... more
  • Two Weeks of Summer: A Lighthearted Coming-of-Age Novel

    by Katherine Tirado-Ryen

    Kim Kincaid can’t catch a break. She has a thankless job at a law office, a nasty co-worker, and a boyfriend allergic to genuine commitment. Meanwhile, her older sister, Dena, skates through life with a perfect husband, a perfect job, even a perfect daughter. Kim grits her teeth through their every phone call, counting the minutes until she can disappear into a drink or TV (preferably both). She doesn’t recall agreeing to babysit her niece. She only remembers Dena bragging about y... more

  • Her Life As She Knew It

    by S. Cassadera
    Born of mixed heritage, Jayliah gravitates toward her father's side of the family more than her mother's because that's all she knows. It's tough for her to deal with the constant scrutiny from her mother who seems to have her own agenda when it comes to her friends. While exploring her sense of identity, her parents are experiencing their own crisis. Ambrielle has been grappling with a deep, dark secret that she has kept hidden for most of her life. When this secret is threatened to be expos... more
  • Promise to a Guardian Angel

    by Karin A. Todd
    Not Breaking His Promise to a Guardian Angel Authors bring forth a riveting story that keeps readers guessing what happens next For readers who enjoy a good story packed with action, mystery, love, and surprises, this Promise to a Guardian Angel will grip the hearts of readers everywhere. Authors Ronald Freed and Karin A. Todd love to intrigue and thrill readers of all ages and in Promise to a Guardian Angel, they will keep readers guessing all the way to the end — and will take them by s... more
  • Frizzy Lizzy

    by Liz Leonard
    In the first book of the series, Frizzy Lizzy and her sisters find themselves lost during a family hike. Faced with the daunting task of finding their way home, Lizzy steps up, using her sharp wit and trusty pocketbook to navigate the challenging situation!
  • Ace on the Hill

    by J.C. Wesslen
    Fitting in and finding your way. Every adult has had to do that, especially during their teenage years. While the results are often mixed, one thing is certain: the experiences are memorable. Ace on the Hill is the story of a young man named Jay who has bounced around more than playground basketball. When his family finally settles in the Boston suburbs in the mid-1970s, Jay forges a bond with new friends at the local ball field and vows allegiance to the surging Boston Red Sox. Soon, howev... more
  • The Story of Alex Taylor

    by Tony Rosenberg
    In "The Story of Alex Taylor," immerse yourself in the remarkable odyssey of Alex, whose life takes an unexpected turn after an unforeseen tragedy.. This captivating narrative explores the depths of the human spirit as Alex faces adversity with unwavering determination and resilience. Discover the unbreakable bonds that form with family and friends, the profound moments of self-discovery, and the inspiring journey from survivor to advocate. As you follow Alex's path of healing and self-discov... more
  • Clemmy Gets a Sister

    by Caroline Crocker
    Clemmy Gets a Sister is the fourth in a delightful series of stand-alone picture books about Clemmy the Brave bulldog. In this mostly-true story, Clemmy has mixed feelings about an unexpected addition to her family. Her struggles will not only provoke giggles, but will also provide material for thoughtful familial discussion.
  • Clemmy Gets a Job

    by Caroline Crocker
    Clemmy Gets a Job is the third in a beguiling series of stand-alone picture books about Clemmy the Brave Bulldog. In this mostly-true story, Clemmy tries to serve her family in many different ways, but none of them are particularly helpful. Eventually, she discovers that her real value is in who she is, not what she does.
  • Clemmy Learns to Talk

    by Caroline Crocker
    Clemmy Learns to Talk is the second in an enchanting series of stand-alone picture books about Clemmy the Brave Bulldog. In this mostly-true story, Clemmy discovers that her family speaks a different language from her. When, after much listening, watching and practice, they learn to understand each other, the resulting communication enriches them all.
  • Clemmy Gets a Family

    by Caroline Crocker
    Clemmy Gets a Family is the mostly-true story of a sad and lonely orphan bulldog puppy who, through the love of her people family, is transformed into a confident and brave family pet.
  • Ireentje Learns the Hard Way: An Immigrant Child's Escapades in Canada

    by Caroline Crocker
    This book was written to be read aloud to children between 4 and 10. It contains true stories of life in Canada 60 years ago. Read all about what happens when Ireentje, an immigrant child, chews gum she found on the playground, played in a ditch were wolves roamed, and skated in the backyard.

    by Bruce Mitchell
    The Circus Maximus, Rome, AD54. Veteran gladiator Flamma has a trident at his neck, but his Nubian opponent disobeys Emperor Nero’s command, and spares his life. That night, Flamma returns the favour and cuts the Nubian down from the cross. Everyone knows you don’t mess with Nero. The gladiators must escape Italy while they’re still in one piece. The duo becomes a trio when Dimitra, runaway Spartan slave and woman-warrior, joins them on an epic journey across the known world. Each is haun... more
  • Club Bamboo

    by B. Anthony
    "In South Georgia, 1977, beyond the bright lights of Atlanta, where darkness meets light, is Club Bamboo. Best friends built the place for live entertainment, accented with Georgia bamboo and featuring a fireplace, bar, and bedrooms. Club Bamboo is the pulse of South Georgia, and Raw—Ready and Willing—often rules the stage. The band consists of Vincent “Fingers” on guitar. Charles, better known as Dr. Thump, plays bass. Sam “Pony Boy” is on drums, and Amos—Mr. Velvet—is lead singer, along wit... more