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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • A Kitten's Love Story (Cool Kitty Series)

    by Sherri Eri

    The Crazy Capers of Chill the Smitten Kitten

    A kitten joins his new family and immediately falls in love with his grownup brother and sister. He is desperate to win their love. But no matter what he does, they just won’t love him back. Until ….

  • I Am Not An Owl Or Am I?

    by Sherri Eri

    A Fluffy Fowl Quests For An Ideal Identity

    Hoot the Owl doesn’t think very highly of himself. So he goes on a quest to become someone else. He doesn’t get what he sets out to do. But what he does get are friends and something even better!

  • Children in the City of Czars: A Novel

    by Irmgarde Brown
    Orphaned in 2000, the Lebedev siblings are alone in the underbelly of the most beautiful city in the world, St. Petersburg. Fedya is nearly thirteen and tries his best to keep them together but fails. He surrenders his two sisters to the orphanage system and joins a ring of thieves. It’s not long before the gang has a run-in with the Russian mafia and Fedya becomes the focal point of a madman’s revenge, and a race across Russia into Latvija. His sister, Elena, is brutally bullied at the orphanag... more
  • Big, Bad Beeple Bumps

    by Amanda M. Ferris
    Jocelyn feels hurt and alone when her friends don't want to play her way. Shocked to hear she's come down with a case of Big, Bad Beeple Bumps, Jocelyn embarks on a journey to recovery- will she play with her friends again? Watch as Jocelyn discovers the power of difficult emotions with help from her uncle's hardworking honeybees. - Big, Bad Beeple Bumps makes it easier for parents and teachers to discuss complex topics with children, such as emotional health, self-esteem, empathy, and mental... more
  • Chasing Sevens

    by Liberty Lane

     Good-natured yet naïve Tobi Stone has always been dealt an unfair hand. Tobi dreams of becoming a successful musician but finds creative spirits are silenced in forgotten "fly-over" towns. When his closest friend goes missing, a streak of luck leads him on a journey to find her. Losing love and innocence in the chaos of the music industry, Tobi finds himself. A heartfelt coming-of-age tale, Chasing Sevens follows Tobi as he grapples with the harsh real... more

  • Live & Let Live - An Eco-Adventure Around the World

    by Paulina Maj


    Take a visually stunning and emotionally evocative journey to explore planet Earth and learn about our collective responsibility to protect other species.

    Beautifully illustrated in traditional watercolour, 'Live and Let Live' touches the hearts of both young and old alike with its simple yet profound message:


    "Live and let live,"

    The rhinoceros thunders,

    The Earth is diverse

    ... more

  • Meeru's Multan

    by Dr Miral Azam Khalil
    "Saif cannot go to sleep. Little does he know that tonight we will uncover a mischievous side of his serious mother. Together they will walk down the memory lane and visit the most special city. An exciting adventure awaits him but will he be able to visit this wonderfilled place?"
  • Delicious & Nutritious - An Ode to Vegetables

    by Paulina Maj


    Take a colourful, culinary tour and learn about the wonderful world of vegetables.

    Playful and engaging, this scrumptious story is sure to pique interest in even the pickiest of eaters.

    In a sing-song style reminiscent of both Dr. Seuss and Mary Poppins, the verses come alive with imaginative and detailed papercraft illustrations showcasing a diverse array of children having fun - with vegetables!


    Eating wholesome food

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  • A Jail with Feathers

    by Virginia Castleman
    Anna Olson, almost thirteen, hides something terrible that happened to her. That traumatic experience has stripped her of the ability to talk, and she now faces nightmarish fears. Torn from her sister, she must survive forty days in a residential treatment center with nothing but her demons to keep her company. With much difficulty, Anna begins to realize that she can and must face the reality of her life. She finds strength in the words of a dead poet, an amputee, an arsonist, a thief, and a... more
  • Ruptured Soul: Rest Beyond The River

    by Stephanie Jean Noel
    In her debut novel, the up and rising vibrant author Stephanie Jean Noel, fulfills the yearning of her soul in daring to open her distinctive throat to release burdened songs within. With clipped wings and without a drop of water to quench decades of thirstiness. This caged soul mustered up the courage to sing her song and tell her story about the struggles of a young Black single mother named Valerie, living in Atlanta, Georgia with her three young daughters. It is during those stormy mo... more
  • The Love Tank: A Book About Empathy, Kindness, and Self-Awareness for Children Ages 4-8 (Wholesome Children: Self Awareness)

    by Andrea Mendoza-Vasconez
    How can we give our children an understanding of the value of love, kindness, empathy, and compassion? It's challenging to explain the importance of giving and receiving love. Why do some people behave hurtfully? How can we respond with kindness and compassion? The Love Tank guides children in imagining a superpower container inside their bodies that fills up with love. The book explains what can happen when someone's love tank is full--or empty, and how we can help others to fill their lo... more
  • Bardo

    by Emily Gallo
    After twenty years in prison, an exonerated Luther finds himself once again accused of a murder he did not commit. He flees to New York City where Finn, an old Irish author, teaches him that life is not a predictable, straight path. They embark on a food and drink fueled, cross-country trip where Luther learns to embrace the idea that “life is what happens to you when you’re busy making other plans.”
  • Meeting Exceptional Friends

    by Lindsey Larsen
    A group of children, some with disabilities, interact with one another on a playground. The children ask and respond to questions about their differences, leading to understanding and friendship.
  • A Day for Shadows

    by Jason L Melendez
    An allegorical look at modern society and our shared human experience/struggle from the perspectives of a civilization that is a shadowy mirror of our own and characters who are our very inverse.
  • Sam Time

    by Donna Balon
    History Professor Slips into the Past and Befriends Ulysses S Grant: When her fiancé is away on business, lonely Samantha Hunter despairs and absorbs herself in historical research. Her nighttime dreams being so vivid, Samantha believes she’s traveling to a past century. As she navigates the Victorian era rules of dos and even more don’ts, she charms an American icon while struggling to maintain her present-day romance.
  • Elly Robin and the Colorado Gold Camp (Ordeals of Elly Robin, volume 2)

    by PD Quaver
    In the summer of 1911, twelve year old piano prodigy Elly Robin and her pal Jimmy McGann arrive in the Colorado gold mining town of Cripple Creek in search of Jimmy's sister, Liddie. While they look for clues to Liddie's tragic disappearance, Elly lands a job playing at Crapper Jack's Saloon and Dance Hall....Volume Two of P.D. Quaver's extraordinary multi-volume saga, THE ORDEALS OF ELLY ROBIN