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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Harry and the Pelican Coloring Book

    by Amy Leaf

    Harry visits his grandpa. Harry's cousins decide to walk to the lighthouse. Harry decides he can make it to the lighthouse, too. Along the way, Harry meets a new friend and has fun! Harry has a great day!

    Enjoy the coloring book companion to HARRY AND THE PELICAN. Color the illustrations, while following the story of HARRY AND THE PELICAN.

  • The Bunny on the Moon

    by Isla Wynter
    Up on the moon lives a small little bunny, His name, so they say, is Maribus Honey. Maribus is lonely and doesn’t want to be all alone on the moon anymore. He builds a ladder and climbs down to Earth, but who is making those weird noises?And why is the bunny girl he meets so familiar? A picture book about new experiences, making friends and letting go of your fears. With a strong message of learning to talk about your worries, this rhyming tale is sure to be a bedtime favourite.
  • Selling Pencils, and Charlie

    by Penny Perry
    The summer of 1963: Pam Carey puts her college studies on hold after falling in love with a minor league shortstop. But when Charlie Fain reveals some of the same problems her father, a former lightweight boxing champion, still struggles with, Pam takes charge of her marriage, her family, and her life.

    by Toni Pike
    Brody Cody is almost eight years old and definitely, absolutely, positively does NOT want a mother. His mother died when he was a baby but life with his dad is just perfect. Brody is horrified when his father goes away to a publishing conference and returns with a wife, Pandora Smith, who is a children’s author. His life spirals out of control as he is forced to eat healthy food, do his homework and help with some chores. Even worse, he and his friends suspect that his new stepmother might... more
  • The Equalizer: Foxxy's Tipping Point

    by Allyson R. Abbott
    Foxxy, who has been used and abused her whole life, but never loses her determination to climb out of her hole, finds her strength after her best friend is murdered. She is determined to seek revenge for herself, friend and any victim who has had to endure a similar path. She is the Modern day Equalizer with Robin Hood as her partner. Between them they organize the retribution for her pimp and set out on a new life to carry on their good work.
  • Shore Leave

    by Syd Gilmore

    On the day that school let out for summer vacation, 14-year-old Billy McBride thought life couldn’t get much better. He’d just finished his freshman year of high school, he was dating the girl of his dreams, and right after his big brother’s graduation party, they were leaving for the Jersey Shore to spend the entire summer at the beach. What could possibly go wrong? In the summer of 1975 Gerald Ford was President, Elton John was the biggest rock star in the world, and peopl... more

  • ILLEGALS a novel

    by JP Bone
    “ILLEGALS allows us to hear for the first time the voices of characters so far excluded from the chorus of American literature. Central American and Mexican immigrants who made the journey north to escape violence and poverty face the sweatshops of L.A. and union-busting tactics of the modern era. A direct descendant of Galarza’s Barrio Boy, Antonio, the Chicano organizer, must negotiate the treacherous terrain populated by corrupt union officials, powerful bosses, and frightened workers. ILLEGA... more
  • Windfall

    by Barbara Avon
    His shadow crossed her frail body like some menacing presence as he stood. He leaned over to brush her thinning hair from her face, and kissed her forehead, trying to reach her beautiful mind. “I'll be right back,” he whispered in her ear. “I'm going to the store, but it will only take me a minute, okay?” In 1982, John Armstrong walks into a convenience store. He emerges with a second chance at life. He believes he's been given a gift - but at what cost? Windfall is a dark-themed fantasy/time... more
  • Puerto Paz

    by Jefferey J. Reese
    We live in an increasingly polarizing landscape of political extremism. Liberal versus Conservative. Freedom versus order. What if that divide caused the United States to split into two countries and four extremist cultures? Marcus Coleman lives in a world where, decades earlier,exactly that happened. The black high school football and track star and his white best friend run away from their home in one extremist culture, and travel through three other extremist cultures, before finally findi... more
  • Even a Thief: Stories of a Few Who Met Jesus

    by Robert D. Leigh
    Ten short stories based on Biblical accounts in the four Gospels of people whom Jesus met--how in meeting Jesus their lives were totally upended and changed forever. They are basically fictional backgrounds and names for these people with their encounter with Jesus being the climax.
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  • water softener

    by amlu paul
    . These downsized scale creature might be the reason behind some authentic afflictions, So one of the most basic thing to guarantee is that , the water we drink is perfect. The measure of afflictions are developing when showed up distinctively corresponding to quite a while back. The fundamental job behind these sickness are the un clean drinking and sustenance tendencies. The water which we use for drinking and cooking ought to be liberated from all illnesses causing little extension creatures.... more
  • Origami Orchestra

    by Ammie Elliott
    Let your imagination unfold as an orchestra of origami debuts its soulful tune just for you. In this 286-word story, readers are introduced to a whimsical land where the art of origami is anything but stiff. Origami Orchestra is part of a new book series titled The Dreamscape Series. The collection is a celebration of inclusiveness. No matter our gender, race, or cultural differences, everyone dreams. This book, and the others in the series (coming soon), incorporate new words and informatio... more
  • The Joke's on Me

    by Laurie Boris
    Stand-up comic Frankie Goldberg’s Hollywood dreams fall apart with an exclamation mark when a mudslide destroys her hopes, her home, and her entire collection of impractical footwear. Needing comfort, she returns to her mother's B&B in Woodstock, New York, where she spent her teen years doing chores and chasing after the handyman's hot, high-school-jock son. But the joke's on her. Now she has to deal with the mess she left behind, including her non-relationship with her bossy older sister and th... more
  • The King's Broad Arrow

    by Kathryn Goodwin Tone

    Despite the revolutionary fervor sweeping across the American colonies in 1775, Sam Nevens, a 13-year-old from New England, is reluctant to fight. Sam is outwardly skeptical of the war and inwardly doubtful of his own courage. He is tested and transformed by a remarkable journey which includes: being trapped on a British prison ship; hiding out in occupied Boston; joining Paul Revere in a search for gunpowder for the Continental Army; helping Thomas Paine print and deliver copies of Ameri... more

  • A New God in Town: Book 2 of the Red State/Blue State Confessions

    by Thomas Keech
    The Red State/Blue State Confessions is a two-volume dystopian series set in the very near future in Kansas and Massachusetts. The United States has essentially split into two different countries. Stacey Davenport fights back against a regime that is quickly reducing women to concubinage in Kansas. Even as a motorcycle gang, deputized as religious police, rounds up the designated women, Stacey starts a political campaign to overthrow the regime. But Stacey's initial victory does not really chang... more