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  • My Little Heart, Ruthie

    by Toni Jannotta
    My Little Heart, Ruthie is an inspirational book of heartache and healing, written in limerick and rhyme and told as a fantasy. Ruthie is a heart and a classical harpist that has been emotionally wounded from abuse. Ruthie no longer wishes to go out and play due to feelings of shame and blame. Just as she is ready to break she hears the voice of the wind, a jazz trumpeter heart known as Clyde, whose friendship lifts and inspires her, showing Ruthie her true self and that she is worth more... more
  • Monster Book of Jokes

    by Russell Dorn
    The Monster Book of Jokes is a collection of jokes with a horror theme. Enjoy more than 175 jokes about Aliens, Ghost, Skeletons, Vampires, Werewolves, and Witches. Perfect for Halloween, campfire gatherings, for telling under blankets after lights-out, or anytime you want to laugh or make your friends and family chuckle. Kids and parents can both enjoy the comedy within—puns, anti-jokes, and play on words, etc.!
  • Feast for the Beast

    by Russell Dorn
    All the monsters are gathered for a feast. Felipe Femur the skeleton, Sunny Stoker the vampire, Runny Rotten the witch, and Gummy Garou the werewolf are celebrating the winter season together. Cozy in Gummy the toothless werewolf's crescent moon home, they're ready for lots of good food. While the turkey cooks, everyone enjoys the holiday parade and a Loch Ness pop-star concert on TV. Everyone except for the beast, Gummy. He's too hungry to wait and sneaks off for a little snack. Just a little o... more
  • Felipe Femur

    by Russell Dorn
    Meet Felipe Femur. He’s a skeleton with lot of heart and a lot of love to give. Like most skeletons, Felipe Femur tends to stay hidden away. In his closet home he solves puzzles, builds forts, and has lots of fun on his own. However, there’s an awful feeling growing in his heart—a feeling of loneliness. On his quest to overcome this sadness, Felipe Femur meets up with his quirky monster friends: a toothless werewolf, a not-so-wicked witch, and a sun-loving vampire. His friends, though, have prob... more
  • Aging Out

    by L. Lee Shaw
    Myron is a member of the town’s notorious criminal family. Soosie tried to kill her sister. Adam was thrown away by his family. The only thing they have in common is they are all wards of the state currently housed in a group home, and they are all seventeen. When they no longer qualify for the state’s protection at eighteen, they will be dumped out of the system, regardless of where they might end up. To provide a small handhold when they are on their own; the trio is assigned to work at a geri... more
  • Cecil and the Big Wave

    by Adam W. Jones
    Cecil the Littlest Ant may be small, but he’s fed up with being bullied about it. The other kids at Aardvark Park tease him about his size, but they are mistaken—what they don’t see is his magnificent courage. Cecil knows that the bullies are wrong, and to prove it, he focuses on a new goal: he will become a great surfer! With the help of his Uncle Juba, Cecil learns how to master even the biggest of waves. Armed with his new skills and confidence, Cecil shows everyone that if you believe in... more
  • Just Imagine...What If There Were No Black People in the World?

    by Tamara Shiloh
    In the first of book, "Jaxon's Magical Adventure with Black Inventors and Scientists" of the series "Just Imagine...What If There Were No Black People in the World?", Jaxon, a 4th grader, discovers that the necklace his grandmother gave him before she passed away has magical powers. With the magical necklace and saying the magic words he can see and talk to Black inventors and scientists. He is also playing the role of Dr. Martin Luther King in the school play celebrating Black History Month. Ho... more
  • Croatoan

    by Jeanette Torok
  • Alycat and the Monday Blues

    by Alysson Foti Bourque
    Alycat wakes up with the dreaded Monday Blues—she’s certain that everything will go wrong. But even when mishaps seem to ruin her day, she finds out that helping a friend can lead to discovering her own hidden talent and curing the Monday Blues!
  • Rusty the Forgotten Fire Engine

    by Joseph Fisher

    When the Mayor Himself decides the town of Someport-by-the-Sea needs a new fire engine the Fire Chief picks a shiny, bright red one that has all the latest tools needed to put out fires. The new fire engine is the joy of the children in town and the pride of the firemen and townspeople alike. But after many years the fire engine becomes old and worn until everyone begins to laugh and call it Rusty. Sad and forlorn Rusty is ignored and forgotten. Then during the 4th of July parade in a summer ... more

  • The Boy Who Painted the World

    by Melody J. Bremen
    Indigo is a boy with a dream. He spends his mornings in a refrigerator box, his afternoons shoveling snow, and his nights in the basement of a homeless shelter. But during every free moment, he draws and dreams of becoming a famous artist. His best friend Jade looks after him, but she is arrested for shoplifting and he’s left all alone. With his box of pencils under his arm, he sets out on a quest to search for Jade and discovers a whole new world… full of the art he loves. His journey brings ... more
  • Hoofen Floofen Island: A Children's Imagination Story

    by Monica Sword
    Little Lena lives in the chilly and dark northland longing for sunshine when she wins a ticket to anywhere in the world.
  • Dora Goes to Chloe's Farm

    by Bill Helland
    Dora Goes to Chloe's Farm is a fictional story about two very real, live cats. One lives in Bellingham, WA, and the other lives in Columbia, SC. Dora is the main character in the story and visits Chloe's farm. It is not too likely that Dora will ever travel to Columbia, SC, and since Chloe really doesn't live on a farm, as portrayed in the book, thus a fictional book pretending they do both. The book is intended to introduce various farm animals to young readers, with the help of Dora and her to... more
  • Journey

    by Claudine Carmel
    Two friends set off for an adventure in the sky. They travel through all kinds of weather before making it home again, but will they want to stay there after having had such a big adventure?
  • It Will Set You Free

    by Caitlin Elizabeth Harper
    Seventeen-year-old Ashling has always been a small-town girl, so when her home life blows up and her mother reacts by whisking her off to Brooklyn for the summer, Ash is forced to leave her simple life on a quiet street behind. At first, Ashling refuses to leave the apartment – until her cute neighbor, Andy, coaxes her out of her solitude, taps into her creative side, and shows her everything the city has to offer. Ash has no sooner decided to give the city (and other people) a chance when sh... more
  • "Days to the Gallows:A Novel of the Hartford Witch Panic"

    by Katherine Spada Basto
    When seventeen year old Ann Cole begins accusing friends and neighbors of witchcraft, a witch panic envelopes the Puritan Town of Hartford, CT in 1662. Paranoia and hysteria run rampant. Ann's friend Hester tries to discourage Ann's hysterics, but the more she discovers, the more conflicted she becomes about her own loyalties. With the ruthless Marshal Gilbert, the Puritan Elders and the Acting Governor himself at her beck and call, Ann can prove to be a dangerous enemy. After all, anyone in H... more

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