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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Fantastical Cat Adventures

    by Nina Neefe
    Have you ever wondered what your pet was thinking or dreaming? Let your child's imagination soar and dream of adventure as they follow along with two hilarious cats, Simon & Mulan, in their fantastical secret escapades. Told through 32 pages of rhyming story and humorous, magical fantasy photography, children ages 4-12 will giggle at the fun-filled journey through a cat's mind as they parachute jump, skateboard, swim with sharks and more!​
  • Mulan's Big Adventure

    by Nina Neefe
    Cuteness, wonder, suspense and a happy ending. The true story of little white kitty, Mulan (and bff Simon), invites children to discover what happens when big adventures sometimes lead to losing your way. Told with sweet words and real life photos, Mulan’s journey is written to bring out the tender and caring side of the little ones we adore. ​For children ages 4-10, enjoy 32 follow-along pages of exploration and adventure.
  • The Money Spell

    by Adrienne Vincent Sutton
    “Money, please money, grow for me. Grow money grow, grow like tree!” Isaiah needs money for the latest and greatest video game now! Can his grandmother's magic money spell help him create $150 out of thin air? Or is the “magic” that he creates all on his own the best way to get what he wants?
  • Bad Hair Day

    by Adrienne Sutton
    Gabby McGee is a 12-year-old girl trying to shed her “bad hair,” her parent’s strict rules, and her insecurities—all at the same time. If only she could change her hair from nappy, kinky, and unruly, to straight, long, and flowing, she could finally fit in. But she soon learns that going behind her mother’s back to get a chemical hair relaxer isn’t the way to do it. After a failed trip to the hair salon leaves her in debt, she devises a hair-brained scheme to pay it off, which involves her crush... more
  • Surviving Crazy

    by Frank Crimi

    A bizarre and hilarious look at surviving societal collapse...

    When Armageddon hits you can’t always pick your post-apocalyptic companions, That’s the dilemma facing major-league scout Riley Knight, who finds himself stranded with a collection of borderline crazies at a remote diner when a gigantic solar storm plunges the world into the dark ages.

    Cut off from the rest of the electricity-deprived world, the group, whose grip on sanity is tenuous, and whose coping skill... more

  • But i don't want to say GOODBYE!

    by Ta'Shay Mason
    For a little girl who has lost someone she loves, saying goodbye seems impossible. In this poignant and heartfelt book, author Ta’Shay Mason expertly crafts a tender story about how to make peace with the death of a parent...by honoring them. Through soft and soothing words, the author weaves a story that shares both the commonality and uniqueness of loss, with the mother and child coming up with their own special way to honor and remember their beloved family member. But i don’t want to say... more
  • She Made It Matter

    by Chiara Talluto
    Don’t turn back. Begin anew. Thirty-six-year-old Amanda Reynolds has it all. She has a loving, successful husband, two beautiful daughters and a perfect, manicured home in a quaint suburb of Chicago. But demons hide where no one looks and Amanda's past is full of them—she’s addicted to alcohol. The reasons for her addiction have been buried for years. One horrifying day, suppressed memories resurface and Amanda drinks herself into a stupor in front of her daughters. Waking up in the hos... more
  • Asteroidea

    by Stephanie A. Smith
    ASTEROIDEA is about regeneration: personal, professional, cellular. Marine biologist Claire Holt is at a frustrating crossroads. Having spent her career experimenting on asteroidea, commonly called star-fish, and trying, without success, to transfer their regenerative capabilities to mammals, she’s grown frustrated and depressed. With her grants running dry, time running out, and her two grown daughters facing their own life changes, Claire feels defeated. To cope, she takes a journey back to he... more
  • The Broken Miracle

    by J.D. Netto
    We take many things for granted-but having a heart isn't one of them. Paul Cardall is an internationally acclaimed pianist whose career has been an inspiration to millions. But before the awards and success, he was just a little boy with half a functioning heart. Numerous surgeries and many decades later, Paul is building a successful career despite the limitations his condition have infringed upon him. Now a husband and father, it seems that Paul has everything he could have ever hoped for..... more
  • 978-1838138523

    by David E. Miles
    A heart-warming tale of how friendship can blossom once you get to know someone – even if they are very different to you. Dasher is a pretty Terrier with love in her heart and wet paws. Her adventure takes her across the countryside where she makes some unlikely friends along the way. When she gets lost, these new friendships help her to find the way home.
  • Prairie Sonata

    by Sandy Shefrin Rabin
    The novel takes place on the prairies in post World War II Canada, in a close-knit community founded by secular Jews from Eastern Europe. . The story is told from the perspective of a woman, Mira, looking back at herself when she was a young adult, and follows her journey from innocence to experience. The novel revolves around her relationship with her schoolteacher, a recent immigrant from Prague, who later becomes her violin teacher. He harbors a secret, and as the story unfolds, Mira chips ... more
  • 9781735804924

    by Robert Arsenault
    Elias is a troubled young man seeking to live his own life. He travels to Costa Rica to get away from doctors, parents and other influences. The people trying to help him do not stop and he takes on an incredibly dangerous journey of self-discovery, thriving against long odds and winning over the people he meets.
  • Lee and Limbo: Friends Come and Go, But Life Continues, and Gets Better

    by Uzoma (Uzo) Ezekwudo
    Animals, like human beings, experience deep emotional bonds, too. Lee and Limbo is a story of genuine friendship and love between two cats in Chapel Hill, a beautiful, small University town in North Carolina where love abounds. When Lee suddenly left, Limbo became sad and depressed. It was heartbreaking watching her deteriorated over the years. Just when Limbo was on a brink of despair, a miracle happened! A heartfelt tribute to friendship, loss, resilience, hope, and joy that come whe... more
  • Just Between Sam and Me

    by Rosie Russell and co-writer, Cat Micheals
    6th Grade is Tough with a Mean Girl Against You Shy Olivia just wants to do her best in 6th grade and care for the animals on her family farm. But the new girl at school is determined to turn that world upside down. So Olivia pours out her heart in a journal to the only one who truly understands … her cat, Sam! Will Olivia discover how to speak up for herself? Can she make it through the pitfalls of tween social life? Join Olivia and Sam in this purr-fect tale of courage and hope t... more
  • Preying On The Church

    by Kimberley B. Jones
    Preying on the Church follows the story of Margaret, a 40-year old African American woman, who is trying to balance from the five stages of death (Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance). Deprived by her religion of praying and attending church three days a week, Margie has no clue that church isn’t a safe place. Until one-night Margie experiences a tragic shooting accident in her church, leaving several dead with one of the victims as her son. Margie’s, entire outlook of life ... more
  • The Road to the Breaking

    by Chris Bennett
    Nothing survived ‘The Breaking’ unchanged; lives and fortunes, love and hate, freedom and slavery … It’s early 1860, and war hero Captain Nathaniel Chambers, commander U.S. Army Fort Davis in the west Texas wilderness, has received shocking news – his father is dead. He must return home to Virginia and claim his inheritance before a maniacal neighbor can murder his widowed mother and seize the family plantation. But he’s torn by a terrible dilemma – to stay in the army and turn his back o... more

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