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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Day of Dust

    by Ellie Cummins
    Caius trusted the perfect city all his life, until the day it took away his parents. Now his mind is haunted with sickening memories, and he can’t seem to push away the feeling that something else—something not quite right—is being done. When his plan to risk The Rules goes terribly wrong, it’s up to his sister, a cryptic Outsider called Rudy, and the Administrator’s crazy daughter to reach him. If they fail, it’s the end of the line for all of them.
  • Serendipity Mystery: Diary of a Snoopy Cat (Inca Cat Detective Series Book 7)

    by R.F. Kristi
    An artifact gone missing. A jungle full of clues. Can one cat detective save a national treasure? Inca the Siberian Kitty can’t wait to add Sri Lanka to the list of places she’s explored. But before her paws touch the sandy beaches, she learns a local museum needs her crime-solving skills to track down a stolen ancient sword. With her trusty diary in tow, Inca leaps whisker-first down a trail of clues that leads her deep into the wild jungle. After getting a little help from a baby elepha... more
  • Diary of a Snoopy Cat (Inca Cat Detective Series Book 5)

    by R.F. Kristi
    When Inca and family move to London from Paris, they make a whole new set of friends, including Monk, a Blue Russian cat and Terrence, a Golden Retriever who ably and bravely assists his world-famous detective owner, Solo. Inspired by the adventures of her new friends, Inca sets herself the task of becoming the world's best cat detective and begins to keep a diary of her exploits. When Monk arrives one evening, with news of a meeting to take place later that night, Inca is excited and can't wai... more
  • The Daily Adventures of Tatyana: Glittery Glasses

    by G. P. Spencer
    Tatyana now has to wear eyeglasses to see clearly. Luckily she has friends and family that help her see what truly matters. Join Tatyana on her journey to self confidence and learning that it's not about what you wear, but who you are!
  • The Devil in Beauty: A Lord Trevelin Mystery (The Lord Trevelin Mysteries) (Volume 1)

    by Heidi Ashworth
    Julian “Trev” Silvester, the Marquis of Trevelin, had everything a gentleman could want--good looks, a fortune, and plenty of charm. When a duel with a jealous duke leaves him disfigured, Trev is ostracized by those who once celebrated him. His life is forever changed, but Trev is still loyal to his friends. When one is accused of murder and another's diamond necklace is stolen, he does what he must to help them. As the two cases merge, Trev finds an ally who isn’t put off by his scar and the sc... more
  • The Adventures of Smelly the Garbage Truck: From "PU" to "Woo-hoo!"

    by Tamara M. Lucas

    Smelly is a funny-looking garbage truck! He is old, dented and very stinky. Despite the stink, Smelly is friends with almost everyone in Sun Valley Springs, the cleanest city in the country. Smelly is the one who has always made sure that Sun Valley Springs is sparkling on the day of the annual clean-city contest. He loves doing his job but the Mayor's mean assistant, Doo Little Morris, wants to stop him this year. Doo Little thinks that Smelly is too old and gross to take care of the city. H... more

  • The Fly with One Eye

    by R.M. Halterman
    “The Fly with One Eye” follows an imperfect toy’s quest to belong as she grows from an outcast among the sale rack of toys to a hero. After the store closes for the night, one of the toys finds himself in trouble. It is the fly with one eye who brings everyone together and shows that we can’t be defined by our differences.
  • The Animal Parade

    by M. A. Florence
    Follow the animals as they dance to a Samba beat and form a parade on a city street. An illustrated animal alphabet book for preschool-aged children.
  • The Ogurt Shop...a Tale of Two Villages

    by Kristin Greene
    Join Calvin, the most curious of bunnies, as he ventures beyond his home of Beautopia, to Mudapolis where the icky, yucky ogres reside. With his best pal Benny the bluebird, they experience a journey of a lifetime as they uncover a surprising secret. But just how icky and yucky are these ogres? Adventure will be had and friendships made in this timeless life lesson of never judging a book by its cover.
  • The Big Melt

    by Ned Tillman
    The Big Melt is a Coming of Age story about two high school seniors who face a series of climate catastrophes on the week following graduation. They each struggle to find their voice and their purpose for living as they fight to save their families, their friends, and their town. Highly relatable characters and a touch of fantasy and hope keeps the reader engaged and upbeat as they follow the protagonists on a journey that might prove to be all-too-real for their generation.
  • The Moon and Stars: A Tale of Dakota Rising

    by R. Calhoun Sargent
    Fifteen year old Dakota Dagger is on the fast track to self discovery. Living on the Greek island of Santorini soon becomes a vague memory when his parent's plane crashes, leaving Dak an orphan. That is, until his maternal grandparents introduce him to his Sioux heritage. Financial hardships, falling in love for the first time and depression lead Dak to discover his inherited ability to capture photographic images through his unique perspective. The Moon and Stars - A Tale of Dakota Rising ente... more
  • The Ogurt Shop...a Tale of Two Villages

    by Kristin Greene
    Join Calvin, the most curious of bunnies, as he ventures beyond his home of Beautopia to the forbidden land of Mudapolis, where is it said that the icky, sticky, and mean ogres reside. With his best pal, Benny, the bluebird, they experience the journey of a lifetime as they uncover a surprising secret. But just how icky and yucky are the ogres? Adventure will be had and friendships made in this timeless life lesson of never judging a book by its cover.
  • Escape from Sjór Borg

    by Michael Eidam
    A thrilling tale about five good-hearted kids thrust into an incredible adventure in a lost world haunted by dangerous creatures from Norse mythology. With mystery, suspense, and a whole lot of laughs, this action-packed page-turner will have readers 8 and up racing toward the end. Cade wants to be a professional baseball player. Garrett prefers football. Raegan loves to read and draw. And Ryan . . . well Ryan loves to eat. Taylor Ann is the one who wants to be an explorer. Taylor Ann is the... more
  • Norman

    by Michelle Olson
    Norman the Button loves his job keeping his person’s coat closed, but lately, he’s only been hanging on by a thread. After falling off, Norman is convinced he must find a new job to feel needed again. But after being burned as a firefighter and nearly drowned as a plumber, Norman almost decides to give up and let himself be recycled. Once Norman realizes his greatest strength is in being a button, he finally sees the perfect job is right in front of him.
  • Mi Árbol Doblado (Bilingual - Spanish/English)

    by kathy brodsky
    Mi Arbol Doblado/My Bent Tree is the 10th Anniversary edition of My Bent Tree - but this time it's bilingual Spanish/English. It's a delightful picture book told in rhyme of a little girl who discovers a tree that's different from the rest. It's a book about living with a disability, friendship, loyalty, social action, diversity and conservation. The book includes life-skills interactive questions that further conversation about the above topics.
  • Tongue Twisting ABCs

    by Joshua Savage
    Try your best not to get tongue twisted while the animals for each letter of the alphabet come to life. Silly fun for the whole family, no matter what age!