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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Hungry Trails

    by Máire Malone
    Hungry Trails is a historical fiction story set in Attymass in Co. Mayo. The narrator is sixteen-year-old Julie Foley. It is 1847 and potato famine has impoverished Ireland. Corpses of men, women and children lie strewn across the ditches and fields, having dropped like flies from fever, exhaustion and starvation. Thanks to the generosity of the hedge schoolmaster and his wife, Julie and her family are given a lifesaving opportunity to emigrate to North America. But first they must survive ... more
  • Business School

    by GNA University
    The GNA Business School is one of the most adept faculties of our university. With the details of bright students and the expertise of the instructors, we have marked a commendable presence in Punjab.
  • CDC. The happy years with a very special Computer Phenomena

    by Hans Bodmer
    The histories of IT companies' developments, success, and groundings could fill books of several hundred pages. This book here concentrates on the relatively short, but exotic life cycle of the CDC. For a long time, this Minnesota founded and later became a worldwide leader. CDC was, for a long time only known to specialists. For normal people, it was just one of those IBM machines. CDC and IBM were bitter enemies. IBM survived. This booklet entitled: CDC contains historical, proven, and n... more
  • Christmas Fairy Tale

    by Mary Ella Padron

    Join Anna Victoria on a magical journey to the top of her Christmas tree to meet Santa Claus, who has a special gift for her. With the help of Christmas fairies and her beloved ornaments, she overcomes difficulties on her quest and discovers the inner magic that happens when you believe in yourself and others. With beautiful watercolor illustrations throughout, the entire family will be delighted by this heartwarming and inspirational fairy tale.

    • For ages 4 and up
    • Children&... more
  • The War on Sarah Morris

    by Kathleen Jones
    What happens when one day, without any warning whatsoever, your secure corporate job suddenly becomes precarious? And all of your professional duties get taken away, leaving you with nothing but repetitive, mind-numbing tasks? Sarah Morris, a 49-year-old editor at a Toronto book publisher, finds herself in this predicament in October 2010, when Quill Pen Press, the company she has faithfully served for twenty-one years, undergoes a reorganization in the aftermath of the 2008 Recession. Concerne... more
  • Sophia Swan Is Afraid of Water!

    by Madeleine Vieira
    Sophia has a BIG problem. She's AFRAID of water. What's even worse is she's a SWAN. Everyone knows all swans love water. Her good friend Ollie Owl has an idea. Sophia can overcome her fear of water by setting a goal. Taking several small steps toward that goal will help her achieve it. Wanting to play in the lake with her friends and swim like the other swans, Sophia agrees. As the steps become more difficult, Sophia has to gather more and more courage to accomplish each one. Can Sophia... more
  • Charlie Cub Is Afraid to Leave His Mother!

    by Madeleine Vieira
    Charlie has a BIG problem. He's AFRAID of leaving his mother. What's even worse is he's missing out on fun things because of it, like going to sleepovers. His good friend Ollie Owl has an idea. Charlie can overcome his fear of leaving his mother by setting a goal. Taking several small steps toward that goal will help him achieve it. Wanting to participate in sleepovers, Charlie agrees. As the steps become more difficult, Charlie has to gather more and more courage to accomplish each one. ... more
  • Priscilla Puppy Is Afraid of Everything!

    by Madeleine Vieira
    Priscilla has a BIG problem. She's AFRAID of everything. She worries about school work, making mistakes, and even worries about worrying. What's even worse is she's missing out on things she'd like to do, such as performing in front of an audience. Her good friend Ollie Owl has an idea. Priscilla can overcome one of her fears by setting a goal. Taking several small steps toward that goal will help her achieve it. Wanting to play her violin in the school talent show, Priscilla agrees. As t... more
  • Life As An Almost

    by Vered Hazanchuk
    At the back of a run-down abortion clinic, the lives of two women change forever. Told through alternating narratives, Life As An Almost follows the separate yet inevitably intertwined stories of abortion survivor, Evie Mission, and her biological mother, Charlotte Anderson. Evie Mission is a survivor. A fiery twenty-year-old woman who grew up in the foster care system, she is just trying to figure out what living a “normal” life even means. When Evie finds out her cerebral palsy dates back t... more

    A saga of twelve real people from two families over the course of time from about 1420 to 1801. Their struggles are depicted from real events, researched and selected to display how the outcomes led to the creation of America. Their backgrounds, personalities, and the struggles they faced are depicted.
  • Daughter of the Last King

    by Tracey Warr
    1093. An invasion and a curse. The three sons of William the Conqueror fight with each other for control of the Anglo-Norman kingdom created by their father’s conquest. The Norman Marcher lords are let loose to consolidate the conquest of Wales, pushing across the English border to the east and invading from the sea to the south. Nest ferch Rhys is the daughter of the king of south-west Wales. Captured during the Norman assault on her father’s lands, she is raised by her captors, the powerful... more
  • Dreaming of the Ocean

    by Grant Collier

    Dreaming of the Ocean tells the story of  Terra the Turtle, who does not want to go to sleep. When she finally does doze off, she dreams that she is at the bottom of the ocean. She makes an unlikely friendship with a creature called an anglerfish. Together, they brave many dangers and see fascinating ocean animals as Terra tries to get back home. 

    This book is distributed by Follett.

  • Werewolf and Idol

    by Lance Tait
    This novel of magical realism is set in 1952, in Chitose, Japan. The indigenous Ainu people live with the local Japanese. There is a U.S. army base at the town's outskirts. Captain Gideon Forsberg is a werewolf. There are flashbacks to Europe and World War II; these show 1) how he became a werewolf and 2) his character developing because of it. A small secret clique of U.S. Army officers knows of Forsberg’s lycanthropy, the depravity it epitomizes, and how he has it mostly under control… until h... more
  • Under the Pawpaw Trees

    by Cheryl King

    Sequel to Sitting on Top of the World

    June’s new normal: Her brother is gone, her dad is gone, her mother is grieving, and June must find her place in the world. Her beau Jimmy is her only tonic. But when tragedy strikes again, she knows exactly who to blame for all her sorrows: Paul Burnett, the railroad bull who started the chain of devastation when he killed her brother. June sets out on a dangerous journey to make him pay, hopping freight trains to get where... more

  • Wolves in Sheep's Clothing

    by S. Cassadera
    Benjamin King is the senior pastor of the megachurch, Mount Zion Tabernacle Baptist Church. He craves power over his congregation and appoints like-minded leaders to carry out his will. While advancing the kingdom, he borrows church funds according to his needs.
  • Welcome To Opine

    by Matthew Marullo
    Seventeen-year-old Aster Bottlebrush refuses to be persecuted just because his body naturally resists a side effect of a mandatory gene therapy – the suppression of libido! The literary sci-fi political satire is set approximately nine billion years from now after our Milky Way galaxy collides with the Andromeda galaxy, and rogue planet Earth gives rise to the new Homo Sapiens 2.0. But history progresses with an accelerated twist: Buried deep in the earth by an ancient human, a quantum comput... more