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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Grandparents' Day

    by Tina Marie Kaht
    In this heartwarming story, a loving grandchild cares for her elderly grandparents as she fondly recalls how they did the same for her when she was younger. Simple drawings and elegant use of color combine with gentle rhyme to touch the hearts of parents and children alike. Learn to cherish the memories we make with our family members, young and old.
  • Dress Up Day

    by Tina Marie Kaht

    Come with us as we dress up. Be a princess, pilot, or chef. Maybe you think a policeman is best. Farm the land, sing in a band, or fight fires like a fireman. See a teacher, a doctor, an artist, too, and learn about the jobs they do. Bright, colorful illustrations combine with fun rhyme to fill children’s dreams with beautiful possibilities. Bring your sashes, glasses, and fake mustaches!

  • Scions of the Aegean C, Descent into the Wilds

    by Terry L. Craig

    Fifteen minutes into their journey, the spacecraft christened Aegean C suffers catastrophic damage with nearly 2,000 people aboard. The craft reenters the atmosphere and crashes on a plateau above a steaming jungle. Passengers soon realize that they’re not on the same world they left — that they’ve either catapulted through time, or come to a different planet altogether.  A century later, life on the “Aegean Plateau” contains little technology, but has moved... more

  • The First is the Worst: The Adventures of Emily Funderbunk #2 (Volume 2)

    by K.S. Fish
    First times are scary for Emily Funderbunk. In fact, they're the worst! Join Emily and Grandpa Fred as they embark on a day filled with first times. What will Emily do?
  • Turtle Soup: The Adventures of Emily Funderbunk

    by K.S. Fish
    Emily Funderbunk is six years old and has been given the responsibility of making her grandfather his favorite soup. The only problem is the main ingredient has other ideas!
  • Bing & Nero: Boy+Robot=Fun

    by I.L. Williams
    Share a day with an inventive young boy in a story that celebrates creativity, friendship and fun. Bing wants a dog. But his mother says a dog is out of the question. What´s a young boy in need of a friend to play with on a boring Saturday morning to do? Why, make his own friend! And what a friend his new creation is! The product of Bing´s rich imagination and household junk from the basement, Nero is a metallic wonder. From the moment he is switched on, the house is filled with fun! And whe... more
  • Twilight in the City of Angels

    by Chris Ahrens
    Los Angeles 1945-1969 When the train ran over Jose’s head, he miraculously survived, but was left with a deep dent in his forehead, a joyous disposition and a belief in Jose Cuervo Tequila, because he was drinking it at the time; Our Lady of Guadalupe, because of the medal around his neck, and The Union Pacific Railroad, because it had spared his life–his own personal trinity. \tOnce Jose’s spirituality is combined with that of his sorceress Native American wife Soridtha, the two unite to fi... more
  • Overlords Karma; Miami's Urban Chronicles; Volume 1

    by Thomas Barr Jr.
    Overlords Karma; Miami's Urban Chronicles; Volume I, an urban literary fiction portrays a biopic of the career of African-American politician; Arthur E. Teele; set in Miami's Overtown community. A Miami city commissioner commits suicide, after being overwhelmed by the trials and tribulations he faced as a professional minority which are comparably different from his non minority counterparts. For the main character; Anthony "Amp" Tate his desire to fit in leads to his detriment as a leader of hi... more
  • Chicano

    by Sheila O'Malley
    The journey of a lifetime takes a young boy from his home in Naco, Mexico, up the San Pedro River, through the Arizona desert, all the way to Aspen, Colorado and then back to his hometown. It is also his journey of becoming "Chicano"
  • The Rum and the Fury

    by Karl Runft
    Disaffected student-activist Taylor Johnson is broke and ejected from his housing co-op, leading him to a job finding the son of a wealthy family who has joined a radical environmental group in Florida. In pursuit, Taylor and a few select cohorts are drawn down the Overseas Highway toward Key West, where they encounter and clash with drunk militiamen, cowboys, senior citizens, academics, vagrants, Ivy League preppies, drug dealers, politicians, moonshiners, techno DJs, sea hags, sharks and punit... more
  • It's in His Kiss

    by Vickie Lester
    Vickie Lester has written the ultimate Hollywood insider murder-mystery with gasp-worthy plot twists and plenty of delicious, naughty moments. It’s In His Kiss roams from the dark underbelly of Palm Springs to the power canyons of Hollywood. Everyone has a secret: once-wealthy moguls, studio executives with double lives, wry East Coast novelists plunged into intrigue, uneasily blended families and a certain church that likes to keep its movie colony types in check. A must read that you won’t wan... more
  • Schrodinger's Dachshund: A Novel of Espionage, Astounding Science, and Wiener Dogs

    by Petronius Jablonski

    Spy by night, blogger by day, Zelda Alpizar becomes infected by a contagion known to civilians as guilt, forcing her to choose between following orders or intervening to save two watchmen. Their trance-like lethargy makes them the ideal storage drives for a detonation code. Decrypting it could have lethal side-effects. Though the most important thing Zelda will ever find, the boundary between good and evil is of little value in a place where the only legend reads Here There Be Monsters.

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  • Love Me Sane

    by Tralisa McNeal
  • Bad Elephant Far Stream

    by Samuel Hawley

    Bad Elephant Far Stream is an animal story for adults, a novel about the odyssey of a circus elephant, told from her own perspective, through her own eyes. Inspired by the true story of the circus elephant Topsy, it begins in the forests of Ceylon in the late 1860s with the capture of a baby elephant known to her own kind as Far Stream. She is taken to America and sent to the Adam Forepaugh Circus in Philadelphia, where she embarks on a new life under the big top in Forepaugh’s... more

  • Molly and Babou

    by James Mahoney

     As she trots through the forest in autumn, Molly meets Babou, a bear. She wants no one, including her adopted sisters, Rags and Pupsie, to find out about the friendship they develop. Babou takes Molly for rides on his back through the woods. They meet an arrogant fox, a heart broken raccoon. Molly is devastated when Babou leaves her to return north to hibernate.                      

    A harsh winter passes. Babou comes back to ... more

  • Eyes Behind Belligerence

    by K.P. Kollenborn

    "When the character of a man is not clear to you, look at his friends." Culminating a bitter-sweet epic and traditional coming-of-age story, 'Eyes Behind Belligerence' sets precedence to fear and hatred, to families torn apart, and to the calloused response of internment camps. While two Japanese-American families endure the wake of Pearl Harbor’s wrath, each member must face the most painful question of their life: Where does their loyalty stand? 

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