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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Algernon the Alligator

    by Danielle (Kellett) Gonzalez
    Algernon is a reading and speaking alligator that lives in a library in Louisiana. His friends, Sylvia the librarian and Herman the cleaning man, are the only ones who can understand him… At least so far. When Algernon is “rescued” from the library, he has to use all his smarts and instincts to find his way home. He makes a new friend and escape strangers in the swamp plans.
  • Never Mind (Duke the Deaf Dog ASL)

    by Kelly Brakenhoff
    Duke the deaf dog does not like it when he's told "never mind." Whether it happens at preschool or the park, both parents and children will relate to feeling left out when you aren't part of the action. A great way to teach children that everyone deserves to be included in conversations. Bonus American Sign Language material inside: Learn 10 ASL signs within the story. Learn 5 ASL concepts for the English words never mind. Watch the ASL lesson, vocabulary words, and the complete story s... more
  • Scoot To Bed

    by andreja irving
    Avoiding bedtime is Tiana’s specialty. How many excuses can she come up with to delay her going to bed? 25 colourful illustrations accompany this beautifully written children’s book about bedtime routines. You will love the surprising and unexpected twist at the end of the book, that every parent will relate to. Suitable for ages 3 - 8 years old. Colourful illustrations engage your child to follow along with the story and give a parent a chance to review and talk about set routines in their own ... more
  • I BITE THE BAD GUYS: A TALE OF THE KOREAN TIGER

    by MaryJo P. Glover, Debbi Kent, and Joan Suwalsky, and Lee, Woong Ki

    Does Horangi, the Korean tiger and proud protector of the village, dare take an afternoon off? He lets his friend Kkachi, the magpie, talk him into it, but he just can’t shake the feeling that something isn’t right. Could there be bad guys around? If there are, Horangi will bite them...‘cause that’s what tigers do! Horangi and Kkachi are the stars in this engaging story that takes 4 - 8-year-old children, their parents, and their teachers along on a fun-filled escapade... more

  • Penelope: Be Kind to Animals

    by E. Hughes
    When Penelope and Mommy and Daddy go for a trip to the shore, Penelope decides she wants a bring a pet fish back home with her, only Mom and Dad doesn't think she's ready for a pet just yet. They stress that taking care of a pet requires patience and kindness. Worse, her two best friends now have pets of their own and aren't exactly following the rules. Will Penelope and her friends learn the value of taking care of a pet and how to treat animals with love and kindness?
  • Adventurous Olivia's Alphabet Quest

    by Florenza Lee
    Ms. Blom, Olivia’s teacher, has given her a homework assignment to complete an alphabet list, for free passes to the zoo. Olivia has two words that begin with each letter, but needs your assistance finding the third! When you see or hear a word that starts with the letter of the alphabet she is searching, SHOUT IT OUT! With your help, Olivia will be able to enjoy an afternoon with her family at the zoo!
  • Ramblin’ Red

    by Michael Easterling
    It’s tough being the new kid in school, especially when you’re the smallest and the smartest. The combination of all three is like a sign on your back saying, “Kick me!” to every passing bully. No wonder Milton Mickelsen escapes into the stories he writes about Ramblin’ Red. Ramblin’ Red is a hard-riding, straight-shooting cowboy straight out of an old Western movie. Tall, strong, resourceful and confident, Ramblin’ Red is everything Milton yearns to be. But when the school van crashes in a remo... more
  • Be: Be Unique. Be Courageous. Be Kind.

    by Michelle Tate
    We always ask kids, " What do you want to BE when you grow up?" They always respond with "firefighter, astronaut, teacher, and doctor." And that's what we expect to hear from that question. But this book encourages kids to BE humble humans and just plain good people. Be challenges kids to think bigger than a profession when asked "what do you want to be." The author encourages all kids to BE unique. BE accepting. BE courageous. Be kind to ALL. With simple wording and a profound message, "Be" all... more
  • Vacaciones Con El Huracán: Un Libro de Preparación Sobre Huracanes

    by Heather L. Beal
    Prescolares Lily y Niko descubren repentinamente cómo lidiar con lo inesperado cuando sus vacaciones cambian de natación y castillos de arena al prepararse para un huracán. Pero al prepararse para evacuar con su prima Emma y su familia, el peluche preferido de Niko se pierde. ¿Lo encontraran a tiempo de evacuarse o se quedará perdido el peluche familiar?
  • Férias Com Furacão: Um Livro de Preparação Para Furacões

    by Heather L. Beal
    As crianças em idade pré-escolar Lily e Niko fazem um curso intensivo sobre como lidar com o inesperado quando suas férias mudam de castelos de areia e natação para aulas de preparação para furacões. Mas enquanto as crianças se preparam para evacuar com sua prima Emma e sua família, o bichinho de pelúcia favorito de Niko se perde. Eles o encontrarão a tempo de evacuar com segurança? Ou esse membro felpudo da família ficará para trás?
  • Segways Repair Service UK

    by Charles Wheeler
    Official Hoverboards for teenagers Truth be told, a hoverboard could be a suspending stage (that seems like a skateboard while not wheels) which may be used for singular transportation. The term was produced for the flick Back to the more extended term II, anywhere saint Marty McFly flies into the more drawn out term to seem out that youths zone unit riding on suspending masses up while not wheels. How might they work? Self-modifying bicycles have a few of rudimentary portions: a spin... more
  • Let's Make a Cake

    by Heidi Schrack
    Meet the Buggie-Muggies! Sally is crafty and cautious, Gary is creative and silly, and Johnny is fearless and adventurous. These funny friends are always up to something exciting. Find out what happens when Sally wants to make a cake, but Gary has other plans.
  • The Empress' New Hair

    by SF Hardy
    Empress Zaina Niara of Detroit Charm is in constant battle with her unruly hair. But when she finds herself and her hair in trouble with two greedy villains, she soon learns ... her hair is less unruly and more versatile than she could have ever imagined.
  • Like A Salad

    by SF Hardy
    Ever had a salad with chocolate candy bars, peanut brittle, khaki pants and cherry tomatoes? Siblings, Assir and Xolani have. “Like a Salad,” explores nuances in skin tones through the eyes of children.
  • Oliver, A Story About Adoption - Updated (Updated)

    by Lois Wickstrom
    Oliver is stuck in his room. His father sent him there for playing in a tree that was too young to be climbed. Oh, if only he still lived with his birthparents! What could he do if he were with them? Be a scientist? Or a trapeze artist? Do other people wish for other parents when they are angry with their own? Updated to adoption language of the 21st century.
  • Did You Know?: love-light

    by Lisa White
    This children's book is about the energy of love, universal energy that is our true nature. Its amusing rhyme scheme and sweet illustrations invite readers to learn how to move their energy to create an internal environment for that love to flow more easily. This book was written for the child in all of us, and it is my hope that it will resonate with families who will learn to grow their love-lights together and then beyond themselves out into the world.

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