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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Tagalong Caitlin

    by Katie Lang-Slattery
    Caitlin loves summer camp. She has spent every summer she can remember at camp with her mom, who is a counselor. This summer, Caitlin wants to join the difficult, three-day hike with the older girls. But Caitlin's mom says she's not old enough yet. Caitlin is determined to change her mom's mind and prove she is strong enough for the hike. Will Caitlin be allowed to go on the overnight hike? And if so, will she be able to do the full three days?
  • Virginia Loves Dogs

    by Barbara Leary
    A spirited little girl learns doggie manners the hard way. Virginia just wants to make ALL the dogs happy. She loves fluffy dogs and scruffy dogs, squeaky clean dogs and doggone dirty dogs. She loves dogs so much she'll do whatever she can to make them happy. Her good intentions don't always go over so well with the grownups in her life, but no amount of scolding dims the sheer joy she feels in the company of canines--until the day she meets a dog who doesn't love her and learns an importan... more
  • Solid, Broken, Changing

    by Elizabeth Ellsworth
    Kally, aka the human antenna, sensed it coming. Planet Earth was shifting under her feet. So was her family. But she never imagined their tipping points would let go this soon–or this fast. Now, she and her father are sheltering in place with strangers on an island off of Maine. As each new wave of planetary change sweeps the tiny enclave, she fears that she will never get the chance to realize her dreams. In her urgent search for bearings, Kally discovers a surprising ally in Stuart, a champ... more
  • The Climbing Tree

    by Barbara Leary
    A story about appreciating the natural world around us, finding our place in it, and sharing it with others. Eleanor learns that climbing a tree is not as easy as a squirrel makes it look. But her curiosity is stronger than her frustration, and when she persists, she finds a fascinating new world to explore. When her family moves away, Eleanor's heart aches for her beloved tree, and she wonders if it misses her too. Returning for one last visit, Eleanor shows a small boy how to climb the tree... more
  • Manhattan Girls

    by J.D. Fitzgerald
    WELCOME TO HAMILTON ACADEMY, THE FINEST OF THE FINEST OF PREP SCHOOL FROM ALL AROUND, WHERE OPULENCE DWELLS AND SECRETS ABOUND. Fifteen-year-old Gwen Stevenson gets a chance of a lifetime. Escaping from the depths of small-town boredom, she finally sets her sights of embellishing the wonders of New York City. While entering the halls of the prestigious Hamilton Academy, she meets reserved bookworm Kyle, Aspiring filmmaker Vera, Valley girl Shawnie, and gets an unexpected reunion from her t... more
  • Big Wishes for Little Feat

    by Cheryl Olsten
    Big Wishes for Little Feat. A magical tale for young children about facing the challenges life throws your way. And so it is with a horse named Lafitte De Muze, (“Little Feat,” as he is later nicknamed) and a young girl named Ella—who live on opposite sides of the world and are eventually brought together on the same path by a bit of fate, their love and awe of the beautiful stars above, Ella’s quirky Aunt Anastasia, and one special shooting star. Lafitte’s lessons come early, as he ha... more
  • My Dear Ellie

    by Aisha Urooj
    What would you do for your BFF? Cassandra Grace will do anything. This is a coming of age story about two beautiful best friends Eleanor James and Cassandra Grace. Eleanor James, or Ellie, is a aspiring actress who dreams of being a superstar and her best friend is there to support her all the way. What could come between their friendship? Cassandra, or Cassie, narrates their life story and tells us about their special friendship with a bond strong enough to last a thousand years. 'My Dear El... more
  • Calvin and the Beard Experiment

    by Beverly Holtzem
    Calvin is a normal kid, except that he has an insatiable love for science! Calvin is an inventor who has crafted countless gadgets and gizmos to solve everyday problems. Unfortunately, his inventions always go wrong! Will Calvin’s latest invention be a success? We will see that things are not always what they seem, and that good things can come even from failure.
  • The Adventures of Lula & Buso: A Splash at Victoria Falls

    by Mubuso Zamchiya
    When Baba announces they are going on a trip, it makes Lula and Buso's hearts just skip. A trip? Hooray! If they had their way they would leave today! The curious kids can't wait to be told. Where are they going? How will the journey unfold? Baba giggles as he wonders. How will they react to the Smoke that Thunders? Lula and Buso are a sibling duo, who go on a variety of escapades with their father and Teddy, Orange Bear, to discover the truth about African history.
  • I Dream of Puffy Clouds

    by Anat Tour
    Hop on a cloud. Paint your face silly! Let your imagination drift to a dreamy world of ice cream puffs and cotton candy. Climb an eagle's back and jump to outer space!
  • TomTom Loves His Hair!

    by Dot Gibbens
    Have you ever battled with a kid to cut their hair? Like most kids, TomTom does not want to sit still long enough for a haircut. A delightful and humorous tale as Mom figures out a way to give TomTom that so needed trim. Action and adventure abound as TomTom goes through his daily activities, and then guess what? TomTom Loves His Hair!
  • Meet the Number Nibblers

    by R.E. Hoskins

    This is the introductory book to my characters, the Number Nibblers. Come with me on a quick journey to Digitazia, where children of all ages will fall in love with these wonderful, quirky creatures and find out the secret behind their names.

  • Habu and the Lost Zebra

    by Beth Solomon
    It’s a regular, sunny summer day, but not for little Habu. Just as he wakes up and goes to play, he sees a zebra in his backyard. Zachary the zebra tells Habu that he’s lost and Habu helps him find his way back to his family. Along their journey, the two friends learn about each other and have so much fun. This simple story is suitable for children of almost all ages, whether they read it themselves or have it read to them. The story’s fun facts about zebras and the characters’ friendship will ... more
  • The Grumpy Pilgrims

    by WILL WESCOTT
    Have you ever experienced a painful, terribly long and uncomfortable trip with your family? Well, 400 years ago in 1620 the Pilgrim children had it MUCH worse! Their 66-day voyage across the ocean was completely miserable, and when they finally arrived, their lives were still unexpectedly awful! They had many good reasons to be GRUMPY! Yet after a while, many unexpected good things also happened. Through these awful and wonderful experiences, the Pilgrim children learned about the world and them... more
  • Who Melted My Ice? (Pygo Penguin)

    by WILLIAM WESCOTT
    Pygo is a very determined penguin who solves the mystery of who melted his ice. Working with children, Pygo helps make the world a better place for people and penguins in the climate change era. This book is a great way to introduce young children to the importance of protecting the environment and the challenges of global warming, while empowering them to be part of the solution!
  • The Magnificent Adventures of Folotjing - The Brave and Kindhearted

    by RIO N. CORTEZ

    A hero is not always someone big and powerful. Regardless of how small you are, you can make a massive difference in the world. All that matters is the size of your heart.

    Folotjing is a tiny enchanted creature who lives inside a big, magical tree. This is the story of his adventure in the deep, dark forest when he encounters terrifying beasts that want to eat him! But through the kindness of his heart and sharp wit, he makes them see their wickedness and convinces them to set him free,... more

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