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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Introduction

    by Charlotte Wiggins
  • Everybody Just Be Quiet

    by Jennie Wiley
    No matter how hard she tries, Miss Liza Mabel can't fall asleep. There is too much noise, and she needs everybody to just be quiet. Can Liza get everyone to stop whining and crying ad bleating and tweeting? Will she ever get some peace and quiet on the farm?
  • The Richest Kid in Babylon: The Secret Letter

    by Chris Drennen
    On a field trip to the Museum of Natural History, Sophie and Max encounter a strange artifact from the past that sends them on a wild, time-traveling adventure to the Long-Lost City of Babylon! Join them on this expedition in meeting the Richest Kid in Babylon, Targus, and learn the secrets of his success! What's in the Secret Letter from Targus and how will they ever get back home? Age Level 7 and Up, The Richest Kid in Babylon is an entertaining adventure book in entrepreneurship, his... more
  • The Monster Dog: A Small Dog with a Big Heart Learns About Alzheimer's Disease

    by CARMEN TRIBBETT

    The second in a series of books for children, The Monster Dog is narrated by 'Tasse' the Shih Tzu. Tasse's story teaches children about Alzheimer's Disease and the changes it can cause in their loved ones. Suitable for young readers, ages 3 to 7 years.

  • The Land of Far Far Fart* Away

    by A.L. Milstein

    Poor Prince Lucas has a big and smelly problem. He farts when he talks. We have all had that very uncomfortable situation where we fart at a very inconvenient time. Just imagine it happening every time you talk. Will the unhappy Prince ever find happiness and true love? Read on to find out and be sure to have fun using your own sound effects.

  • What People Do: The Jobs to Be Done (The Adventures of Taylor and Ryan)

    by Alex Lee
    Join siblings, Taylor and Ryan, as they play a magical game that leads them on an adventure exploring what people do, and the tools to help complete the job that needs to be done.
  • Trevor's Trucks

    by Indigo Love
    For his sixth birthday, Trevor's mother surprises him with a new set of toy trucks. Once Trevor opens the box, he immediately selects the little yellow dump truck as his favorite!
  • WHY BALL WOULDN'T BOUNCE (Six of One, Half a Dozen of the Other)

    by Ron Roecker
    This is a story about Ball who desperately wants to fit in with the popular balls but feels totally alone because he doesn’t bounce like the rest of them. It doesn’t matter how hard he tries to change; he still gets laughed at or ignored. Deflated, Ball rolls far away to hide his bounce and his tears. Eventually he meets the unlikeliest of new best friends who gives him a birds-eye view of what it really means to be unique. Because of their differences, the two friends learn valuable lessons ab... more
  • The Adventures of LadyCakes

    by Bess 'LadyCakes' Charles
    The main character, Rosie, is a young girl who develops her passion for baking all while showing her compassion for others. Through failures, she overcomes and succeeds in sharing her creation with others. The Adventures of LadyCakes teaches children positive social skills and creates social awareness of the everyday problems that the 21st Century child faces. The Adventures of LadyCakes is sure to teach and motivate young readers how to think of situations and obstacles differently and find so... more
  • Celestina the Astronaut Ballerina

    by Donald Jacobsen
    Celestina is a brilliant little girl with a big dream - to be the first girl to walk on the moon. But, she bullied by classmates and teased by adults, and starts to lose hope. Miss Stella - a new teacher - arrives in the story and inspires Celestina to be anything she wants to be. In the end, Celestina surpasses her goal of walking on the moon and ends up being the first person to walk on Mars. The story closes with an image of Celestina dancing on the red planet. This story teaches children (a... more
  • A World So Bright and Dark

    by Sara Ellie MacKenzie
    Lizzie Colleen MacDougal seems to be a normal teenager. She hangs out with her friends, tolerates school and thinks about love, annoying her siblings and being free from supervision. But her dreams and life clash constantly in a thoughtless rage around her. It makes her question who she is in trying to remember what truly happened, the concept of forgiveness and to cope with the aftermath of heinous abuse and self-harm.
  • Sharing Hunter

    by Julie Glover

    Some girlfriends share everything. Why not a boyfriend?

    Rachel and Chloe are the best of friends, sharing everything since childhood. When the senior class’s dream guy suddenly becomes a free man, it’s open season on Hunter Mills, and they both want to take their shot.

    Rachel and Chloe concoct a win-win plan—sharing a boyfriend. Getting Mr. Good Guy to agree is the first step, but once they overcome that hurdle, surely they can make it ... more

  • Plantimals

    by Robert Stevenson
    A "darker Seuss" kind of picture book, which was made possible from a successful Kickstarter campaign. Plants & animals become one to explore the dark depths of Earth & imagination. Sometimes cute, sometimes gross (just like my experience raising my kids:) each page is a unique & curious journey filled with strange creatures & humorous poems.
  • Tips for Dog Lovers

    by Natural Dog Treats
    The Natural Dog Treats provide the tips for dog lovers for maintaining their health and well being. To gather more advice, visit our website today!
  • I Can

    by Jennifer Miller-Joseph
    The book tells the story of a little girl and the challenges/fears she faces and how with the influence of her grandmother she conquers them.

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