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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Jupiter

    by John Carney
    Giovanni Alberto is in Hell. His hometown of Jupiter, Florida is as close to paradise as any place on Earth, but perception is reality — or, in Giovanni’s case, perception is surreality. On Halloween, as all his worst nightmares come to life around him, he must overcome his fears and find a way out. ————— Containing the irreverent hits Aichmalatoi and The Atlantiad, John Carney’s Jupiter tells a tale of contemporary American society using all the tropes of Ancient Greece and Rome. Giovanni... more
  • Comfort in the Wings: A Novel Inspired by Love That Will Not Die

    by Jennifer Collins
    Larissa, floundering in the wake of unimaginable loss, realizes her former life has evaporated. As she slowly and reluctantly tries to resume some semblance of living, unexpected encounters and signs begin to bring moments of hope. She is challenged by long held secrets and emotions, then startled to find joy where she thought there could be none. Can her battered heart open to new possibilities?
  • The Price of Salvation

    by John Anderson
    When an outlaw find himself at the ends of the west, the ways of the old are found to be quickly replaced by the ways of the new. Living in a world that no longer wants outlaws, Thomas St. Hart and his family, The Brothers of Boudiclare are forced to commit to sinister acts of evil in order to attain their freedom. However, when Thomas doesn't go along with the plan, morals and loyalty begin to be questioned, as the concepts of family, faith and freedom are brought into play. All will discover w... more
  • Bea the Lion Breaking Free

    by Becky Cummings
    Bea the lion was born at the zoo. Her cage was all she knew. She dreamed of what was beyond the bars. A lioness stays with her pride, but Bea chooses to be different. How will she break free? A messy accident gives Bea a good idea. All she needs is a little help from her feathered friends. Breaking Free is the first book in a new series that will make kids laugh out loud and think. Bea is sweet, yet bold. She challenges the way things are and follows her heart, even if that means goin... more
  • AJ and the Annoying Copy-Catter

    by Kimberly Waldren
    Aleah Jean, better known as A.J., has a copy-cat problem, and her name is Brooklyn. Ever since the start of the third grade, Brooklyn has been copying everything A.J. says, does, and wears. It is so annoying! A.J. and her best friend Ashley decide to form the Double Detectives Spy Agency and get to the bottom of the copy-catter’s true motive. By becoming a detective, what bizarre things will A.J. discover about Brooklyn? Better yet, what surprising truths will A.J. discover about herself?
  • Gnome for the Holidays

    by Kim Hanzo
    There's gnome place like home for the holidays, gnome matter where in the world you go. Explore Christmas time traditions from around the world with the help of these jolly little gnomes, who show the reader that no matter where they are and no matter how they celebrate the holiday season, home is where your gnomies are and there’s truly gnome place like home.
  • Live Gently

    by Kim Hanzo
    Everyday is another chance to celebrate you. A sweet, spotted fawn meanders through North American woodlands teaching and learning lessons on the importance of maintaining a healthy mind, body and soul. Afterall, health and change begins within each of us. Live Gently is the fourth book in the ‘World of Difference’ children”s book series that seeks to foster positive character development in and conversation with kids. While the series is written for young children, the messages and beauti... more
  • Give Freely

    by Kim Hanzo
    No act of kindness is ever wasted. Witness the impact that small acts of kindness can make when a sweet elephant offers support to a songbird in need and sets off a chain reaction of generosity across the African Savannah. Give Freely is the third book in the ‘World of Difference’ children”s book series that seeks to foster positive character development in and conversation with kids. While the series is written for young children, the messages and beautiful illustrations will resonate wit... more
  • The Secrets That We Keep

    by Titus Johnson Sr.
    “The Secrets That We Keep “ is a work of Literary fiction illustrating the dynamics of sexual abuse by showing how this dilemma plays out in society, and behind closed doors.
  • Seeking Cézanne: A Children's Mystery Inspired by Paul Cézanne and Other Artists

    by Ted Macaluso
    When Jamie and her brother Billy are trapped inside a painting, they want nothing more than to get back to the real museum. But every time they try going back, the museum disappears. They need to find Paul Cézanne to reveal the trick to getting home--and that's not easy. To find him, they need to learn how to experience and appreciate artistic works. Step into a world of art and adventure with Jamie and Billy as they navigate among several styles of painting by artists from six countries. In ... more
  • The Boy Who Wanted to Rock

    by David Weiser

    Written by Broadway and music industry veteran David Weiser and dedicated to his five-year-old son, The Boy Who Wanted to Rock takes readers on a musical journey that encourages children to learn the ropes…and swing from the ceiling! Guided by a cast of helpful and unlikely creatures, a young boy discovers that his inner monster is the key to learning and enjoying music. The story introduces fundamental concepts like rhythm and pitch, and provides a basic... more

  • My Brother Is Not a Monster: A Story of Addiction and Recovery

    by Lee S. Varon
    I miss the old Joey.” Sophia’s older brother Joey has changed. Sophia is confused and angry when he begins acting differently—missing family events, staying out late, and even stealing money from her piggy bank. And Sophia is scared when she finds Joey passed out in his room and then witnesses a frightening scene when EMTs revive Joey who has overdosed on drugs. While her brother is in the hospital recovering, their mom explains to Sophia that Joey suffers from a disease called addiction that ca... more
  • Travel with the Aunts

    by Barbara Linsley
    Twenty-two-year-old Allison, just finishing college, is told by her parents that they want her to escort her three octogenarian, great aunts on a road trip. Wait a minute! These are the same women her father has kept her away from. They’re wild. They’re loose women. They’re ….well, terrible! Josie, who has been married four times….at least, and is on the hunt for number five. Daisy, who travels with her no-good husband in one of those ‘tin-can’ trailers. And Rosie, a singer, who has... more
  • Duncan and His Unicorn

    by Stephanie Jane Markham
    Duncan and His Unicorn, Letty Lou, go everywhere together. They climbed Rainbow Mountain all the way in Peru, swung on the vines in the jungles of Kanha and flew to Cebu just to eat a banana! It was a bright and sunny day when Duncan's unicorn ran away. Follow Duncan and Maisie Mae as they search high and low for Duncan's lost unicorn, Letty Lou. Duncan feels anxious without his favorite toy, but he can always count on Letty Lou. Unicorns like to roam free, but they always come back. A ten... more
  • The Bird that Sang in Color

    by Grace Mattioli
    A moving family saga about the secret to living free! Donna Greco wants nothing more than happiness for her bohemian brother, Vincent, whom she perceives as sad and lost as he remains single, childless, living in boarding homes or cramped apartments, and working low-paying jobs she thinks are beneath him. She subscribes to a conventional view of life and despite her tireless efforts of encouraging him to do the same, he chooses to go his own way. She harbors guilt for her supposed failure to ... more
  • Three Coins

    by Kimberly Sullivan
    American expatriates Emma, Tiffany and Annarita all meet up by chance at a 1950s movie night while on a restorative holiday at an Italian beach resort off-season. The triumphs and hardships of these three very different women become intertwined as they form an unlikely friendship and work to better their messy lives.

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