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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Randolph Family Saga, Book One: The Ballad of Tam Lin

    by Patricia A. Leslie
    Austenian comedy of manners meets whimsical folklore-inspired historical romance! This is an insightful coming-of-age story of two protagonists: Janet, a very sheltered twenty-year-old Earl's daughter, and handsome, seductive Tam Lin (just plain "John" until spirited through the Veil one gloomy November night), who has been nineteen for the past seven years. Both learn much about themselves in the course of heartfelt journeying through an ever-shifting maze of love, doubt, trust, fear, honour, p... more
  • Momster

    by Laura Jensen-Kimball
    MOMSTER is a hair-raising story about a boy who after ignoring his mother’s repeated requests, realizes what a grave mistake he has made. Mom, who is loving and kind by nature, has had it. Her frustration shows as she morphs from her peaceful self into a MOMSTER. Understanding quite quickly that his actions were the cause of this terrifying transformation, he apologizes. The mother quickly forgives and alters back into her delightful self. The young boy wants to warn anyone who will listen o... more
  • Step Friend

    by Tamieka Nelson
    Young Yanna is a girl who is all about the joy of family and she is completely overjoyed to introduce to the world the special person who has become a big part of her life, family and heart. Read along as Yanna's relationship with her Step Father is beautifully illustrated.
  • Sharky Marky and the Big Race

    by Lance Olsen
    Sharky Marky and The Big Race is a children's adventure story about a group of undersea creatures having a fun-filled educational underwater car race. The story encourages children to “vocalize” counting to cheer Sharky Marky to come back to win the race! Sharky Marky and The Big Race is also a story about “not giving up” when the odds are stacked against you.
  • UnCivil War: A Modern Day Race War in the United States

    by TW Brown

    Another young, African-American man is shot and killed by local law enforcement. As rioters take to the streets in outrage, a group that has waited for this very moment moves and and takes control, effectively shutting down an entire city. The demand is simple: "Give us what we have been promised for over a century...EQUALITY." 

  • Seefus Finds a Friend

    by Laurel MacQuarrie

    Seefus Finds a Friend tells a woeful tale of a lonely little slug who discovers the true meaning of friendship. The whole family will enjoy this charming and whimsical tale of a young slug's journey as he learns that the only way to have a good friend, is to be a good friend. Join Seefus and his new friend, Saul Snail, as they tumble and roll on their misadventure together. Learn to count to ten as you wander through the beautifully illustrated pages in search of ten... more

  • Home From Within

    by Lisa Maggiore

    It’s the fall of ’82, and Jessica Turner has finally been set free, entering a public high school after being homeschooled. But her mother wears a frown and her father wears his Colt .45s, with a warning: no dating allowed. Seeking warmth, Jessica finds herself in a secret relationship with bad boy Paul Peterson. When the relationship–and Jessica’s pregnancy–are discovered, Paul will be dead by nightfall.

    Seventeen years later Jessica and her daughter live ... more

  • Ava the Monster Slayer: A Warrior Who Wears Glasses

    by Lisa Maggiore
    Monsters lurk in dark places, at least that’s what Ava’s big brother has her believe so upon hearing that Piggy, a beloved stuffed animal was forgotten in the basement, Ava, a petite girl with glasses, will use all her moxie to battle her fears and two floors of monsters to save Piggy.
  • Billionaires Make Bad Lovers

    by Andi Bryce
    Four slightly spoiled but lovable women blaze a path of destruction through Aspen until an unlikely teacher shows them the way to inner happiness. Lucy has a penchant for stealing things from her ex and drinking too many martinis. Dallas likes to treat her wealthy dates to bathroom sex in Aspen's finest restaurants. Mary Beth picks locks, Cheyenne may be implicated in her boyfriend's Ponzi scheme, and Glacier Jones tries to transform them all. Before the dust settles, the women will be in da... more
  • Brailling For Wile

    by James Zerndt
    BRAILLING: Feeling the surface of a tile while your hand is in the bag in order to draw a blank or other specific letter. This is strictly forbidden. -from SCRABBLE's Official Glossary Brailling was something twelve-year-old Mattias Long learned to master during the games of Scrabble he used to play with his mother while they waited for his father, Wile, to close up the family restaurant. But now, one year after his father's suicide, it's Mattias who feels cheated. He hates his father. He hat... more
  • If... Second Chance

    by Jackie Mae
    A thought provoking tale that examines how events can change life decisions in a heartbeat, Shona Forrester is determined to make her business a success. However, her carefully planned future will be turned upside down by events so bizarre, events she never could have imagined. Rick seems to be part of the equation for a happy life, but is he? Psychic Two Moons, Medium will radically alter all her carefully laid plans. What ifs will unfold and blossom into reality; a reality where the possibilit... more
  • Breaking The Silence

    by Diamante Lavendar
    Based on a true story, a new novel from Diamante Lavendar. Joan Eastman was born like any other girl. However her life would prove to be a life of great pain… Growing up, she was treated differently by family members, powerless to defend herself against their sexual and psychological abuse. Feeling she had been dealt a wicked hand by the “powers that be”, she spiraled into substance abuse and troubled relationships. She became a victim of addiction and self-hatred. Not giving up, she becomes awa... more
  • Seefus Learns to Obey

    by Laurel MacQuarrie
    Seefus, the golden slug, is a curious and adventurous bug. He knows the rules he should obey. Rules one through three keep danger away. Rule four however, seems to be a mistake. A little cement glide can't be too unsafe. He makes a choice to break rule four. Read his adventure to find out more! The reasons for rules are not always known, but... best not to test them all out on your own!
  • Hardscrabble Way

    by Tina J. Gordon
    All Delia Williams wants is to be named scholar athlete when she graduates from eighth grade at the end of the year. Her life is crowded with cheerleading, keeping up her A average, shopping, and parties. To the outside world, she is the girl who appears to have it all. Yet Delia is missing the one thing she longs for; her family’s approval. When her father dies, Delia’s life shatters. Her pampered mother Emily spirals into a debilitating depression as the family plummets into poverty. Before ... more
  • Thrown for a Curve

    by Kit Sergeant
    Pleiade (Addy) Enders has her place among the glittering stars of Chicago… in name only. Despite the fact that she has always dreamt of marrying a baseball player, it seems she’s not really cut out for it. She’d much rather be home watching Shark Week than out hobnobbing with the local celebrities alongside her quasi-famous husband Matt. No one ever told her what her Baseball Wife dream would really entail while Matt worked his way out of the minors: Addy was too busy coupon clipping and ke... more
  • Doley the Guatemalan Street Dog:The Sounds of San Marcos (English and Spanish Edition)

    by Jill Brazier
    Doley invites you to spend a day exploring her colorful world through each of the senses. In her first adventure, she learns the importance of listening. Written in English and Spanish, Doley the Guatemalan Street Dog: The Sounds of San Marcos is a marvelous way for children to enjoy and appreciate both languages!