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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Toward the End of the Search, 2nd edition, B&W

    by J. Arthur Moore
    Reunited with Captain Marshalton and Johnny Applebee following the battle at Gettysburg, in town for the dedication of the new cemetery, Duane journeys with them to become part of General David Birney's division of the Army of the Potomac. As the army prepares to begin the spring campaigns, Duane is told he must leave the army due to his blindness when wounded at Gettysburg. But the spring campaigns begin and a decision is put on hold. TOWARD THE END OF THE SEARCH follows Duane's experiences ... more
  • Across the Valley to Darkness, 2nd edition, B&W

    by J. Arthur Moore
    Duane's decision to set out on his own to join Bragg's army at Tullahoma proves to be a mistake. A rapid chain of events carries him from capture along a snowy road by a renegade band of Union cavalry, to near death in a blizzard in the mountains of eastern Tennessee, to Lee's Army of Northern Virginia in its winter camp around Fredericksburg. Late winter is a time of reprieve from war as the boy joins a company from Alabama. The beginning of spring sees the reopening of warfare in the battle... more
  • Up from Corinth, 2nd edition, B&W

    by J. Arthur Moore
    Duane Kinkade's search for his father leads him into the Confederate Army at Corinth, Mississippi, and into battle at a church called Shiloh at a place called Pittsburg Landing. The circumstances of battle land him with the Union Army in the care of an army surgeon. UP FROM CORINTH is the story of that battle and the months that follow through the summer and fall of 1862. Finally, in the winter of '62-'63, Duane is able to begin his trek back to the Confederate Army.
  • 9781532049811

    by Regina L. Paul
    Trenton is a sad caterpillar who wants to be a butterfly like his friend Bonnie. Ultimately he finds caterpillar friends in a field of milkweed where he learns the importance of milkweed. His friends disappear, he is left as the only caterpillar again, but he changes into a monarch butterfly, meets his caterpillar friends as monarchs and flies away with them on a magical journey.
  • On the Eve of Conflict, 2nd edition, B&W

    by J. Arthur Moore
    Duane Kinkade was a farm boy in the Ozark countryside. His dog was his close friend. His Pa was his best friend. That spring of 1861 was a season marred by the opening of war as a nation split in two. Disappearing into the fabric of a distant conflict was the father whose absence became increasingly unbearable to the son who loved him so much. ON THE EVE OF CONFLICT is the story of that boy's experiences and eventual decision to go in search of his father. It is the beginning of a journey ... more
  • Poplar Hill

    by Stephen R. Glines

    She was cold, she was alone, and she knew she was going to die. In the middle of an epic ice storm, Kitty Stevenson, an eccentric old woman, self-exiled to rural Canada from New York society, realizes that she is having a heart attack. She had survived Nazi Germany – she can survive this too. Her neighbors mount a heroic effort to save her. She lives to tell her tale of self-reliance, incredible wealth, poverty, and escape on the eve of a World War. Kitty is ultimately confronted by wha... more

  • Sidewalk Stories Meet Moby Mutt

    by Wendy K Gray

    Trevor Gribbon's own dog won't listen to him! How will he be a responsible dog owner and train Moby Mutt? Sing the Stop-Think-Act song and problem-solve with Bethany Butterfly at the Magical ABC Sidewalk, of course! Which path will uncover the mysteries of Moby Mutt; Option A, B or C? Let the discovery begin! Sidewalk Stories is a multi-platform series of problem-solving books, coloring books, audio books and songs for kids!

    Meet Moby Mutt written by Wendy K Gray and illust... more

  • Wrapped in the Stars

    by Elena Mikalsen
  • Sidewalk Stories How Otis Oaktree Opened His Eyes

    by Wendy K Gray

    The 1982 hailstorm stole Otis Oaktree's courage! How will ever he get it back? Sing the Stop-Think-Act song and problem-solve with Bethany Butterfly at the Magical ABC Sidewalk, of course! Which path will lead him to his courage; Option A, B or C? Let the adventure begin! Sidewalk Stories is a multi-platform series of problem-solving books, coloring books, audio books and songs for kids!

    Sidewalk Stories How Otis Oaktree Opened His Eyes written by Wendy K Gray and Kia... more

  • Everything She Wants: A New Dark Comedy That's Not for the Faint Hearted

    by D A Nelson

    A new dark comedy from the author of Dusting Down Alcudia. Warning: this book is rude, full of swear words and definitely not for the faint-hearted! When Susan decides there's more to life than housework, her bullying husband puts his foot down. Ignoring his protests and those of their selfish teen daughter, she runs away with a Wham tribute act to find herself and, hopefully, fame and fortune. Along the way, there's the chance of happiness with a new man, but things go awry and he tu... more

  • Spellbound & Hellhounds (Coven Chronicles)

    by Nia Rose
    Witches and wizards and spells, oh my! Enter the world of Raen, turn left at the land of dragons, and you’ll find yourself in the country of Aeristria. A place overflowing with magic and creatures that were once only heard of in fairy-tales. In the heart of Aeristria is the capital city, Tolvade. Here you will find shops and taverns, laughter and fun, runesmiths looking for their next job and sneaky pickpocketing imps. Steer clear of the galloping gang of centaurs and you will see the headqua... more
  • Sidewalk Stories The Lemonade Landing Mat

    by Wendy K Gray

    Sammie Squirrelly has been caught with lemonade that doesn't belong to him. What should he do? Sing the Stop-Think-Act song and problem-solve with Bethany Butterfly at the Magical ABC Sidewalk, of course! Which path will he choose; Sidewalk Option A, B or C? Hmm, dilemmas like this one are worth a few tries. Sidewalk Stories is a multi-platform series of problem-solving books, coloring books, audio books and songs for kids!

    Sidewalk Stories The Lemonade Landing Mat written... more

  • The Nowhere

    by Chris Gill
    Two boys. Two farms. One deadly secret. Every day's the same on the farm. Seventeen-year-old Seb rides his quad bike alongside his dad and cattle dog, dreaming about a different life. A life that doesn't require him to spend all day in the blistering sun. Where the nearest town isn't a forty-minute drive away with a population of fewer than three hundred people. Where he can talk to someone who isn't his little brother or short-tempered father. So when new neighbours move into the derelict... more
  • Fortune Cookie Surprise!

    by Jacqueline Prata
    Fortune Cookie Surprise! is a story of a young girl that realizes over dinner at a Chinese restaurant that she is much like a fortune cookie. She brings her family together and adds the finishing touch just like a cookie adds the final touch to the meal. The message is simple but important - that each of us is unique with a special gift or message inside, and can impact our world no matter what age, race, gender or family structure.
  • Native Companions: Dreamtime Mysteries

    by Jenni Barnett

    The prologue is a death-bed scene, where Rex Graham and his parents say goodbye to his beloved, Aboriginal grandmother. The young man promises to fulfil Granelda Yaraan’s dying wish to complete his doctorate degree in anthropology. While on study location in the Central Australian desert, Rex discovers a small Aboriginal artefact lying in a dry creek-bed bearing the markings of his tribal totem, whose territory is located in the south-easterly region of the continent.

    On his retur... more

  • Snapshots: Say Cheese! The World Is Watching

    by Cara Cilento
    Snapshots: Say Cheese! The World Is Watching reflects on growing up in a close knit suburb where there is significant familial and social pressure to fit the mold. What would happen if you didn’t? What if you were a lesbian? Do you conform? Become unseen? Rebel? To what lengths does one go to be accepted into the fold? Snapshots details through photograph, poetry and prose those struggles. Snapshots: Say Cheese! The World Is Watching, begs the question, "Who would you become if the world was wa... more

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