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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • How High Can You Jump?

    by C. Fulsty
    Three friends love to play a game called Jumpers. What happens when one of the friends, Blue, decides he doesn't like coming in second anymore and he wants to be first? Blue tells Sunflower that he's going to win by jumping all the way to the moon. What about Hot Air, the third friend? Well, he's too busy being scared. Does Blue make it to the moon? Does he win? Does Hot Air get over being scared?
  • Blake and the Turtles

    by C. Fulsty
    Blake and the Turtles is about a snake named Blake who is very kind. He meets some turtles who don't want to be friends with him, but that is all Blake wants. The turtles don't like Blake because he is a snake and snakes are all mean. What will Blake do? Who has a big secret they're hiding?
  • I Want To Fly

    by C. Fulsty
    I Want To Fly is about a pterodactyl named Terrie that just hatched. All she wants to do after she hatches, is fly like her whole family. Terrie doesn't know how to fly, so she tries to teach herself how to fly. Fall after fall, she just can't seem to fly. Does Terrie ever learn to fly? Wait, does she? I actually don't know. Time to read this book and find out!
  • If Roses Were Blue

    by Debbie Jenae
    Chris, a college student, believes a friend of her young sister is keeping a terrible secret—one that Chris had also kept at that age. With tenderness and insight, she takes the reader back several years to a decision that marked the beginning of a series of rescues, including her own! A lady of light, a boy named Gus, and a stolen dog add to this delightful tale of courage, trust, and friendship.
  • The Girl on Rusk Street

    by Penny Carlile
    When Lucille Harris, a beautiful young widow, moves into the vacant house on Rusk Street in Marshall, Texas, the lives of ten-year-old Bobbi Rogers and her two best friends are turned upside down. Neighbors begin to gossip when Lucille accepts a teaching position at all-black Bishop College and married neighbor Jim Tressell starts helping her with her garden. Bobbi takes piano lessons from Lucille, and they become friends. She also likes Jim because he's nice to Lucille. When Lucille is m... more
  • The Girl on Rusk Street

    by Penny Carlile
    When Lucille Harris, a beautiful young widow, moves into the vacant house on Rusk Street in Marshall, Texas, the lives of ten-year-old Bobbi Rogers and her two best friends are turned upside down. Neighbors begin to gossip when Lucille accepts a teaching position at all-black Bishop College and married neighbor Jim Tressell starts helping her with her garden. Bobbi takes piano lessons from Lucille, and they become friends. She also likes Jim because he's nice to Lucille. When Lucille is murde... more
  • LOVE, SUGAR AND COOKIE❤️

    by Susan Marie Chapman
    It is a story about twin sisters
  • Taco

    by John E DeJesus

    A heart-warming book, ‘Taco’ is about survival, about growing where you are planted, a book about realizing goals and dreams, about family and those you love.

    Excerpt:

       "Almost every adult in the neighborhood had a Title. It was either Don or Doňa, Tío or Tía, Suegra or Fulano de Tal. Never understood the last one, but I hear Fulano is well known. At least the older people had titles …
    … So we... more

  • Our Sweet Guillotine

    by Mary Gray
    Tempeste has survived much choosing to live on Paris’ streets–scavenging for food, learning survival skills from a deserter whom she paid to attack her in her sleep, and living a life her mother would approve of, one devoid of luxury. But denying oneself of food and proper bedding can stir a madness in the brain. So, when Tempeste witnesses the quick and painless death of the guillotine–the death her mother should have received–she vows to find her mother’s accuser and vivisect his spleen. Qu... more
  • Copper

    by B B Shepherd
  • Quinn's Socks

    by Melita Cyril

    Using catchy rhymes, this book tells the story of a little boy and his affection for socks. He has beautifully patterned, colourful socks for different seasons of the year and the various sports he plays. Featuring characters from different ethnic backgrounds and global sports, this is a story that transcends geographical boundaries. 'Quinn's socks' is a book ideal for beginner readers and curious toddlers.

     

  • The Blue Footies

    by Joan Dee Wilson
    Life is good as these Blue Footed Boobies, joyfully dive for clean sardines - until, Mumford, Tuey, Blue and Bea spy debris on their beach. While cautiously comforted by the sight of Blue Footed Children putting garbage in a bucket, curious Blue gets snagged by a blob. When revelation with a twist leaves hearts pounding in panic and looking to Mumford for reason, their bond with these children grows. Then, follows jubilation and a plunge diving finale and refrain: We race the nets of the fi... more
  • Bill and the Little Red Plane

    by Jonathan Walker
    Fly away with Bill and Edward as they follow a flock of swifts into the unknown and beyond. Bill returns with a sense of wonder, before realising that swifts are even more mysterious than he first thought!
  • The Trouble with Tooth Fairies

    by Becky Arnoff
    Angela the dog loses her first tooth and learns about the tooth fairy. Her brother Sam helps her at their clubhouse to see if the other dogs have any loose teeth for the tooth fairy. When they don't, they seek other ways to acquire some teeth!
  • Gregory the Spider: Romping Through the Year

    by Cynthia Dreeman Meyer
    Join Gregory, a sweet, silly, impish spider, as he journeys through the year and celebrates each Season's special days.  Parents and kids alike will relish Gregory's exploits in this lively read-aloud, sing-along book full of vivid, luminous illustrations.  Young children will love Gregory's silly antics and the book's sing-song language; rather than reading  the words, try singing them to the tune of "The Itsy-Bitsy Spider."  Older children will enjoy the I-Spy adventure, searching for hidden i... more
  • For No Reason

    by Kathleen Gauer
    Jamie Higgins has a problem. The new boy in her class, Brad Lugsley, keeps picking on her...FOR NO REASON! Can Jamie solve this problem without getting into trouble? And will she make a new friend in the process? Find out how Jamie Higgins comes up with a clever way to deal with a classroom bully, Brad Lugsley, without getting into trouble or being mean. At the end of the book, there are fun, educational and creative activities to get children thinking about their own experiences and how th... more

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