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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Inquisitive Gwendolyn

    by Diane Dee Dee Thompson
    Inquisitive Gwendolyn is a delightful story of a precocious Phoebe and her first few days of life. The youngest of five, she has so much to learn while in her busy, full nest. She asks many questions and soon knows why her egg had spots, how bugs taste, why her mom has missing tummy feathers and so much more. Most importantly, she learns that asking questions is a good thing. ​ All illustrations are from original photography and artistically enhanced.
  • Grandman Dean Goes Big Shopping

    by Warren Martin
    Join Pop Pop and his Grandman Dean as they spend the day together and go Big Shopping
  • Sunny Days

    by Jesse Byrd
    When a Natural Disaster visits Martine’s colorful little neighborhood, she thinks of a clever way to help people get back on their feet! In this incredible story, Award-Winning Author Jesse Byrd teams up with Master Illustrator Anastasiia Ku to Create a Picture Book of Laughter, Perspective & Hope.
  • Everything We Lose: A Civil War Novel of Hope, Courage and Redemption

    by Annette Oppenlander

    Two friends--one black, one white. Torn apart by an attack gone wrong. One escapes into war, the other is sold into slavery. Told from alternating viewpoints, one black and one white, Surviving the Fatherland author Annette Oppenlander delivers another stunning historical tale set against the epic backdrop of the American Civil War--a breathtaking examination of the power of hope and friendship, and the endurance of the human spirit to find a way home.

    Tennessee, 1861. ... more

  • Jokes for Very Funny Kids (Ages 3 to 7): Funny Jokes, Riddles and More

    by Team Golfwell
    If you want the greatest children's jokes, you'll love this book. JOKES FOR VERY FUNNY KIDS (3-7) is a children's joke book containing funny kids' jokes with over 140 funny illustrations and funny pictures. The funny illustrations and pictures are visual aids to children who may become tired of reading line after line. In creating this book we tested jokes on kids and included the ones they laughed at and deleted the jokes they didn't laugh at. Besides learning to enjoy books, kids will be lau... more
  • Jokes For Very Funny Kids (Big & Little): A Treasury of Funny Jokes and Riddles Ages 9 - 12 and Up

    by Team Golfwell
    If you like children's jokes, you'll love this book. JOKES FOR VERY FUNNY KIDS (BIG & LITTLE) is a children's joke book containing funny kid’s jokes, one-liners, LEGO jokes, Q & A jokes, short jokes, long jokes, puns, tongue twisters, corny jokes, silly jokes, easy & hard riddles (for the whole family to solve), knock-knocks, brainteasers, and more! This book makes a wonderful and happy gift for any child - big or little! This book has been tested out on kids, and they have lots of laughs and ... more
  • Who Will Hear Begonia?

    by Bonny Gable
    “Who Will Hear Begonia?” is a children’s picture book for ages four through eight. It celebrates the value of attending to the small voices among us while it facilitates an understanding of Alzheimer’s disease. In the story, Nana’s memory illness has stolen her beautiful smile, but Emma and Kara try all sorts of antics to bring it back. Their dachshund Begonia knows how and tries to tell them as best a little dog can, but no one is paying attention. When the three finally work together to recapt... more
  • Sam's Shadow Braves The Night

    by Melissa Kay
    When Shadow learns that Sam is struggling with bedtime fears, he steps in to help his friend tackle the mysterious ‘Imagination’. As they brave the night, they come to understand that Imagination is not a person, or even a threat, and they work out a wonderful way to manage their anxiety. A rhythmic, rhyming, beautiful tale of self-discovery.
  • The Girl Pretending to Read Rilke

    by Barbara Riddle
    "The Girl Pretending to Read Rilke" is a coming-of-age novel set in a biology lab in the summer of 1963 in Boston. Both the heroine, 19-year-old Bronwen, and America are suffering growing pains and soon all the standards of the past will be shattered as the Pill and the war in Vietnam change people's expectations forever. A shocking telegram forces Bronwen to choose between family and the temptations of her dazzling future in science, dangling just out of reach. The poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke ... more
  • Vagabond Wind

    by K.M. del Mara

    A tale of cat and mouse.

    A good old-fashioned adventure.

    A story for anyone who has wandered, lost and alone,

    or wishes they could.

     

    This is the tale of a girl called Anya Netherby who, with one rash decision, suddenly finds herself on the run. She has no one to turn to and nowhere to go.

    She wanders aimlessly, beginning to fear she has made a bad mistake, and with no idea how to put it right. Her luck begins to change when she befriends a wounded cro... more

  • Dispensing Truth: Divine Prescriptions to Restore and Maintain Good Health

    by Dr. Ron Girardin
    “Dispensing Truth” is an eye-opening revelation into the cause of all mankind’s illnesses, but far more importantly it informs the reader of the biblical way of returning to sound health.
  • The Adventures of Blink & Fleck

    by Jeffrey Holley & Stacie Holley
    Justin, Taylor, and Samantha meets an imaginary new friend who takes them on a magical adventure around the world. Join the trio of children and their two new friends on a fun educational trip.
  • Sister's Surprise - Slog the Winged Frog - Book 1

    by Javelin Jaaziel
    Slog, is not an ordinary frog. In spite of his normal, loving family, the normal swamp in which he lives, and the normal friends he has, there is one thing that sets him apart: Slog has wings. Cursed with them since birth, Slog is unable to fly and finds himself discouraged over being so different. Seeking advice from his family and friends, Slog travels the swamp and nearby farmlands, hoping to find solace in kind words from Hooty the owl, or Squiggly squirrel. After a long journey and no... more
  • Blood and Silver

    by Vali Benson
    Blood and Silver is about a twelve year old girl in 1880's Tombstone, AZ who runs into all kinds of trouble trying to save her mother's life. What is a twelve year old girl to do when she finds herself in the silver boomtown of Tombstone, Arizona, in 1880, and her only home is a brothel and her only parent is a drug-addicted mother? If she is Carissa Beaumont, she outsmarts the evil madam and figures a way out.
  • 9781731421371

    by JulieJoe B.
    Ethan Templeton awakens the All-Seeing Eye is an unexpected story about a young boy’s task of saving the world. It presents a world of tug-of-war with good and evil.
  • Appreciation Day!

    by Larry Lalonde
    Conner is a boy who can’t see colours. He’s glum; stuck in a grey, lackluster world. His vibrant younger sister, Katie hatches a wild plan to help Conner use the emotion of appreciation to see colours for the first time. Katie’s plan relies on one crucial thing to succeed: a purple and blue dog! Appreciation Day! is an uplifting story for children struggling with sadness or despair. It’s a reminder that just one positive emotion, one happy thought, has the power to renew their relationship wit... more

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