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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Neighborhood Kids: Short Stories Reader

    by Richard McBain
    Thirty-two interesting short stories of kids today, and situations they get into. The story line shows them why having the proper morals and manners will help them through these times, and they see these benefits of the kids in the stories who possess them.
  • New Girl (Memoirs of the Third Floor #1)

    by Nia Dragin
    Lucita is starting at a new school. Silvia is keeping a secret. Rebecca is struggling with herself. Three girls and their friends have entered high school, and for each of them, it’s hard enough without having to deal with friends, betrayal, and their insecurities. High School is tough enough without having to be the new girl.
  • The Mystery of the Moondogs

    by William Kime
    Two dogs, Wibber and Orval, try to rescue Perkins, a cat stuck in a tree, The plan involves a wheelbarrow and helium balloons. The dogs ascend higher than expected and are spotted by a little boy on a plane who is not believed when he tells his mother, Eventually the dogs return, leaving Orval in the top of a walnut tree and Wibber trapped beneath the overturned wheelbarrow, giving the family a mystery to figure out upon its return. Perkins, naturally, rescues himself. The colorful, illustrat... more
  • We All Have a God Light

    by Christine Banker
    In my book I use the unexpected instance of a night light burning out and my children being afraid of the dark to introduce to them the concept of our divine light within. I explain in this simple bedtime story how we are all more alike than different and define the happy feeling we get when we do something nice for someone else as a connection to God.
  • A Night In Jail

    by Heidi Anderson-Swan
    Busted for smoking pot, suburbanite college-bound Danny is incredulous when forced to spend the night in jail. He's repulsed by his cellmate, a homeless and mentally ill drug addict who keeps him awake all night with his delusional rants. By morning, Canny's world is completely upended.
  • Shoemaker Mack

    by Barbara Avon

    Shoemaker Mack is a unique way to spark your child’s imagination. The child draws the illustrations. In a world where hi-tech devices have overtaken even the youngest mind, this children’s book offers the best of the old-school worlds: reading and drawing.

    The story itself takes place in a Kingdom of yesteryear and the moral at the end of the story stays with the child for a lifetime. The book is also an excellent addition to birthday or party loot bags, great for dentist of... more

  • Matt Is a Normal Cat

    by Paula Massadas Pereira
    Matt is a Normal Cat describes the relationship between Lola, and extroverted Cuban immigrant, and her cat. Matt likes coloring his surroundings while his owner watches his every move. This picture book aims to motivate people of all ages to find fulfillment in their lives, despite inevitable challenges. Vocabulary and study questions are available to encourage discussion about the themes of the book: immigration, aging, loneliness, hobbies, and the role of pets in our lives. Audience: Children ... more
  • Snowman vs. You (Volume 1)

    by Michael Wayne
    Snowman is a snowball-dodging expert. There's no way the reader will hit him with an imaginary snowball. Boof! Wow, the reader is better than Snowman expected. He'll have to try his best, ninja tricks. Boof! Boof! Boof! How is the reader hitting him? Snowman's frustrations flare. He's had enough. It's time for a SNOWBALL FIGHT!
  • Just a Shelter Dog

    by Sally Cronk

    Fans of W. Bruce Cameron wil love this novel. Singer is a hound dog who tells the story of his life from his own funny, heartwarming perspective. He's born in a shelter, gets adopted after a long wait, and eventually discovers he is seeing mental pictures streaming from a small autistic boy who plays near his favorite dog park. This intuitive hound becomes an unlikely service dog who helps his beloved boy learn how to speak and to break down the walls of autism. In the process, his o... more

  • Diary of a Smart Black Kid: Sixth Grade

    by David Taylor II
    Baron Winters is 11 years old. He's got a funny name. He's smart, black, and a geek. That means his life is filled with parents, bullies, and bullets. And oh yeah girls. Can he navigate the dangerous waters of sixth grade? And are his struggles our own?
  • So Much for Happy

    by Edward McGill
    IN THE YEAR 2020, twelve-year-old Christopher Michael lives with his father and grandfather in a place called UnHappy, where struggling Red and Blue people are segregated from their entitled White neighbors, who thrive on the other side of an invisible wall in a world called Happy. In spite of their different races, social class, gender and age, all yearn to relocate to a place called Hope, a state of mind with infinite possibilities. In this gripping and dystopic debut novel, author E.P. McGill... more
  • The Resolute Heart

    by Beatrice Hale
    In a small village in the Kingdom of Fife, 18 year old Mary Watson sees her new husband, Harry seized by the Press Gang into the Royal Navy. During the general tussle, a piece of parchment falls from the cloak of Setton , the Press-Gang captain. Mary grabs it, but is unable to read it later because the words are French. Mary decides to follow Harry. She takes the stagecoach to Edinburgh, hoping to help release him. Setton follows her to rescue the parchment, but fails. Mary follows the press-ga... more
  • A Time to Wean

    by marlene susan
    A Time to Wean is a picture book for babies and toddlers who are weaning from nursing. Follow favorite animals as they too grow, discover new things and nurse less, all with the comfort and reassurance that hugs and love from mama never change.
  • The Smallest Thing

    by Lisa Manterfield
    The very last thing 17-year-old Emmott Syddall wants is to turn out like her dad. She’s descended from ten generations who never left their dull English village, and there’s no way she’s going to waste a perfectly good life that way. She’s moving to London and she swears she is never coming back. But when the unexplained deaths of her neighbors force the government to quarantine the village, Em learns what it truly means to be trapped. Now, she must choose. Will she pursue her desire for fre... more
  • Ice Escape

    by Beatrice Hale
    ICE ESCAPE - adventure story for 8-12 year olds. .It’s 1932, the Age of Flight, and twelve year old American boy, John, is flying around the world in a plane piloted by his father. They want to be the first family to fly around the world. They reach Greenland, where a seabird flies into one engine and the plane is forced down onto an iceberg. Help is slow in coming. They are in danger of freezing to death. Wolves are howling in the distance. But they are rescued by a fishing vessel, the L... more
  • Born This Way

    by Tammy Ferebee
    Being yourself should never come at this price. Joseph is the son anyone would wish to have—anyone except his pastor father, that is. Joseph is gay, and where he comes from, his sexual orientation makes him a pariah. Tormented by the incorrigible denizens of his unprogressive Southern town, Joseph finds himself desperate for support from other members of the LGBT community. He turns to the internet with the hope of finding it, and, unexpectedly, Joseph finds more. Bruce. An unlikely virtua... more

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