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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Justice in a Bottle

    by Pete Fanning
  • Blank Check, a Novel: What If You Were Asked to Help Reinvent Public Schools?

    by Aaron Smith
    This story takes place on a fictional U.S. island, but the inspiration that evolves could help reshape public schools in America. After serving his country as an Army Ranger, high school principal Josiah Rollins quits in disgust over the broken educational system he can no longer serve. Little does he know this impulsive act would lead him to an unbelievable opportunity to change everything and serve his country and students in the way he always dreamed. Inspired and funded by a now-billionai... more
  • Toomuch and Toolittle FOOD

    by Jo Schofield
    A little sister and a not so little brother are unhappy but things begin to change when they ask Gran to help make dinner. Toomuch and Toolittle discover that cooking is fun! Too busy to notice, their dog Zog meets a clever little mouse that lives undiscovered in the house and they become friends. Dinner is delicious and the whole family is happy!
  • Mindfulness at the Park

    by Teresa Anne Power
    Lovable; curious Little Mouse is back to help kids use yoga and mindfulness to solve problems and manage emotions in "Mindfulness at the Park"; the second book in the "Little Mouse Adventures" series from Teresa Power; the international bestselling author of "The ABCs of Yoga for Kids" series and Kids' Yoga Day creator! Little Mouse and his family live in a cozy burrow nestled in Tammy McDoodle's backyard. Tammy and her mother love to practice yoga and mindfulness together; and Little Mouse love... more
  • Nicholas' First Nativity

    by Agnes Kay-E
    Nicholas' wish is for his father to attend his birthday. A failed plan and Danny, his frenemy, adds salt to injury. There's only one way to upstage this frenemy: the school play must be the best event of the year.
  • Not So Risky Roo (A Home Safety Guide)

    by Robert A. Sutton
    Risky Roo the Kangaroo is always getting hurt, but a day with his friend Hayden may help turn it all around. Putting on his safety gear and magical badge, Hayden teaches Risky how to avoid some scary situations. Will you take the Safety Pledge with Risky Roo? Not So Risky Roo is a full color illustrated children's book written by a safety professional who is also a parent. Using simple terms geared for young readers, this book tackles the top ten hazards around your home that too often lead t... more
  • The Time Before Christmas

    by Ted Thompson
    A Parody of the Night Before Christmas. (Vanity Published) A sharecropper tells his wife that he is going to decorate the farm for Christmas this year himself. He goes at it, has a few goof-ups but finally gets the job done just in time. Even though its southern Mississippi, there are sometimes SNOW. things turn out to be the finest Christmas the family ever has.
  • We Burn Too Bright

    by Elle Pallmore
  • Dahlia in Bloom

    by Susan Koehler
    Can a person just decide to give up feeling scared? It’s 1933, and Dahlia Harrell lives in a hand-me-down mountain cabin built by her Grandpap’s Uncle Zeke. At eight-and-three-quarters, Dahlia knows all about being scared. She’s scared of snakes, high-up places, dark nights, and a mean ol’ sister named Celia. What she doesn’t understand is the new president’s nonsense: The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.
  • A Friend I Didn't Know 2nd edition

    by Harel R. Lawrence
    Youth Pastor Brian Hanson knows loss. He’s lived with it since his pre-teen daughter’s suicide. Instead of remaining in his grief, he’s devoted his life to educating young people about the hazards of bullying. Johnny is an outcast among his peers. Born into a troubled family, taunted at school, and struggling to find his place in the world, the despondent young man believes there’s no hope for him. His skewed beliefs push him to contemplate the unthinkable, but Pastor Brian isn’t prepared to a... more
  • Adieu Fombonne

    by Emmanuel Bove
    Bove Emmanuel – Adieu Fombonne : « Par certains aspects Adieu Fombonne, m’a rappelé le Sang Noir de Louis Guilloux, belle sobriété d’écriture et cette manière identique de multiplier les personnages. » (Romain28, Babelio.) « Adieu Fombonne, publié en 1937, est le roman d’Emmanuel Bove, avec Un soir chez Blutel, qui fut le moins bien accueilli par la critique de l’époque. … mais c’est toujours du Bove, et c’est beaucoup. Il a en tout cas cette particularité d’être le seul roman heureux de l’œuvre... more
  • Dahlia in Bloom

    by Susan Koehler
    It’s 1933, and Dahlia Harrell lives in a hand-me-down mountain cabin built by her Grandpap’s Uncle Zeke. At eight-and-three-quarters, Dahlia knows all about being scared. She’s scared of snakes, high-up places, dark nights, and a mean ol’ sister named Celia. What she doesn’t understand is the new president’s nonsense: "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself." Dahlia decides that enough money can buy away any reason she has for feeling afraid, and she sets her hope on the rumor of a treasu... more
  • Silly Rhymes for Boys and Girls

    by B. Craig Jones
    A book of original 'Nonsense Rhymes'
that children will love to hear and read.
Edward Lear and Lewis Carroll popularized this
style in the 19th century, and others have 
continued it up to the present day. 
Silly Rhymes for Boys & Girls is sure to get a giggle out 
of the young ones and those that are young at heart.
  • The Longest, Darkest Night!

    by Peter B Lewis
    On the rarest of all nights – a total eclipse of the moon occurs on Winter Solstice. Mrs. Owl, Madam Opossum, Young Weasel, Mr. Raccoon and Brother Fox are scared. The wise old storyteller, Grampa Cedar, who has seen it all, guides his nocturnal neighbors through a night they’ll never forget. The Longest, Darkest Night! is an illustrated children’s story about the wonders of nature, celestial cycles and the “humanness” of animals. Fear of the dark and the unknown, collaboration, generosity an... more
  • Caroline and the Not-Mamma

    by Barbara Leary
    A toddler alternates between terror and fury when her parents leave her in the care of her Grandmother for the day. To Caroline, “Grandmother” is “Not-Mamma." She screams at the woman’s every attempt to make her happy and imagines the worst about the kindly woman: Terrifying teeth that could eat her! Hair like wild worms! A lunch of red snakes! But as the day goes on, Caroline’s fears fail to materialize and she finds it harder and harder to remain grumpy.

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