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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Adventures of Jumperoo Joey

    by S. Jags

    Joey the Kangaroo has a wonderful imagination. Children will love the interaction between Joey and his friends. Join Joey, Kenny Koala, Dee Dee Dingo, and Wendy Wombat on their first adventure! This beginning reader with it's colorful pictures will delight any child and demonstrate caring, sharing, and friendship.

  • Have You Thanked an Inventor Today?

    by Patrice McLaurin

    Have You Thanked an Inventor Today? chronicles the school day of a little boy, highlighting different inventions that he uses throughout his day. It is a great STEM read and has been selected by Microsoft.com as one of their Books to Inspire Girls in STEM! However, it's just as inspirational for boys!

  • Stripes for Eliana

    by Ana Camelo Jackson
    When Eliana discovers a big difference between herself and the other kids at school, she has a decision to make. Give in to her fears...or find the courage to be brave.
  • Zora's First Day

    by J.E. Smythe
    Zora Williams is starting 6th grade as the new girl at a new school. She feels everyone is against her especially her parents who are making her change school. She dreads the unknown, being in a new place, around new people, and even taking the bus. Zora has no choice but to face what could possibly be the worst day of her life. Throughout her first day she is introduced to new friends, new enemies, and BOYS. But most importantly she learns how to accept the power in change and to be confiden... more
  • The Princess of Freedom

    by Tarra Light

    Venture deep into the Mystic Forest, an enchanted land where animals speak and nature spirits dwell. Follow the adventures of Kriya as she embarks on a search for her beloved cat, the Princess of Freedom. Watch her transform as she discovers the courage of her heart and learns the lessons of surrender.

  • The Wondrous Wandering Acrobats Show

    by Anders Roseberg
    Today, The Wondrous Wandering Acrobats Show comes to town, and you're invited! Come see all types of talented acrobats doing the most mind-boggling, hilarious acts in this fun-to-read, rhythmic picture book set to nostalgic circus posters- all illustrated over 100 years ago! Anders Roseberg carefully crafts witty rhymes while cleverly adding the real names of the acrobats, performances, or phrases from rare, vintage circus advertisements.
  • Miss Marble's Backyard Critters

    by pat brooks
    The critters in the backyard are busy foraging, hunting,fighting and playing. Thank goodness for MIss Marble, who makes sure that Lindsey Jo doesn't miss anything! Entertaining yet educational, this work of 'true fiction' explores the wonders of nature through the eyes of a sassy cat and a fun-loving little girl. Grownup kids (adults) are enjoying this book as much as children.
  • My Best Friend Is a Secret Agent

    by Richard Clark
    10-year-old Nort McKrakken is a pint-sized computer genius. 14-year-old Chip Munson is his best friend - and loyal guinea pig. When their beloved town of Vortville is attacked by an army of brain-warping Freaky Fuzzy toys, Nort implants Chip with a microchip that instantly turns him into a real live secret agent! The town is saved!... as long as the microchip doesn't fritz out! If you like the Wimpy Kid, Captain Underpants or Zac Power books, you'll love My Best Friend Is a Secret Agent! Hil... more
  • A Dog of My Own

    by Richard Clark
    11-year-old Jonas Ridley loves dogs. Unfortunately, his mother won’t let him have one of his own. But one Christmas, Jonas gets the chance to RENT a dog, and not just any dog but Rascal, the famous four-legged star of Jonas’s favorite movie, Canine Commando! Jonas and Rascal have a blast and really bond together, even performing in the school talent show. But when the movie studio has to take Rascal back, Jonas hatches a movie-like plan and becomes a real-life secret agent to rescue Rascal! ... more
  • Three Best Friends

    by Robbin Miller
    Max, Sophia and Xavier are three best friends since preschool. Today, the new playground opens up as they are all excited to play in it. After the ribbon is cut, Max's wheelchair gets stuck in the woodchip flooring as Sophia and Xavier offer to help him. Max declines as he struggles to push his own wheelchair to no avail. With sweat running down his face, tears running down his face, and his arms arching badly, Max asks his father to push him out of the playground to go home. Max is determined t... more
  • Katie Mouse and the Perfect Wedding

    by Anne L Watson
    Katie Mouse's Cousin Matilda is getting married! A big wedding has been planned in Mouse Town's public park, and everyone in town is invited. Best of all, Katie will be Matilda's flower mouse, and her little brother Dylan will be the ring bearer. There's just one problem: The Games Day at Katie's school has been changed to the same day as the wedding! And Katie's the captain of her class's relay race team! Will she really have to miss it? As Katie struggles with her feelings, a mix-up wi... more
  • Reminiscence

    by Amy Marie
    Nora Hutchinson has had feelings of déjà vu throughout her life. After her recent move to Boston for college, these feelings have suddenly become an everyday occurrence, taking on a new form by invading her dreams and nightmares. After chance meetings with two familiar strangers, Nora is lured into a task she never could have imagined. As she tries to sort out her dreams from her memories, she is pulled into the middle of an ancient quest she never dreamed could be possible.
  • Through The Barricades

    by Denise Deegan

    'Make a difference in the world,' are the last words Maggie Gilligan's father ever says to her. They form a legacy that she carries in her heart, years later when, at the age of fifteen, she tries to better the lives of Dublin's largely forgotten poor. 'Don't go getting distracted, now,' is what Daniel Healy's father says to him after seeing him talking to the same Maggie Gilligan. Daniel is more than distracted. He is intrigued. Never has he met anyone as dismissive, argumentative... as down... more

  • The Girl Who Loved Pots

    by Rosilyn Seay
    “The Girl Who Loved Pots” is about a young girl, May, who likes to play with everyday pots and pans. Her parents understand, but she is afraid that the new babysitter, Miss Josephine, will not. So, she stoically accepts that she must play with the educational toys the babysitter brings with her. When she finally gets a free moment, she goes off to play with her “pots”. Of course, this doesn’t work out for her and she gets caught. The story is about May and her babysitter and the lessons they b... 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 in this animated, heart-warming tale that will delight young readers with its colourful, realistic characters. At the end of the book, there are creative activities to engage readers and get them thinking about their own experiences and how they might handle a bullying situa... more

  • Wipeout the Wave

    by William Baldwin
    Watch out... Here comes Wipeout The Wave! Wipeout wonders why he’s so different from all the other waves on the beach. Lonely and sad, Wipeout decides to travel the Seven Seas looking for waves like him. He nearly gives up hope until he makes a new friend, Surfer Steve, in the North Pacific. Together they travel for a meeting with the Wave Council of the Seven Seas where Wipeout discovers the reassuring answer he’s been searching for.

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