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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Jackson's Story: One Dogs's Journey to his Forever Home

    by Elizabeth Baker
    This is the story, told from the dog's perspective, of his abandonment in the South, rescue, transport to the North, and eventual adoption. The purpose is to let the young reader see and feel the pain and angst of the dog, and to understand that dogs suffer all of the same emotions that humans do. The dog in the story is abandoned, tied to a tree. At the end of his ordeal, he finds his "forever" family, but the scars remain. The book includes ways the young reader can help with this all-too... more
  • Chase Does It All

    by Cousin John
    Join Chase on his day filled with fun and adventure. The beautifully illustrated book exemplifies the importance of the extended family and allowing children the opportunity to be active. This is the perfect book for parents to read to children that will remain one of their favorites as they begin to explore literature on their own.
  • Donald Dump Truck

    by Hugh Wright (Author) & Conor Kavanagh (Illustrator)
    Meet Donald Dump Truck! He’s bright orange, has an ego the size of a skyscraper and he’ll take any shortcut to get the job done. Come along with Donald on his exciting first adventure as he joins a band of hardworking trucks who are busy building a bridge. After cutting one too many corners, Donald finds himself stuck in a swamp and sinking fast! Time is running out as all the trucks race to the rescue. Can they save Donald?
  • Daddy, I Want to Know God

    by Vanessa Fortenberry
    Does God love me all the time? Will He ever leave me? In this rhyming verse story, children's probing questions of their dads shows a burning desire to connect with God personally and to learn more about him. This story depicts the spiritual leadership of fathers as they teach their children about a caring, unfailing, and capable God. This captivating story articulates to young people of all ages and nationalities that through our belief in Jesus Christ we indeed become children of God.
  • The Lollie Tree

    by Whitney Williams McDuff
    A story of love and the magic that happens when we have the courage to conquer our fears, The Lollie Tree is a heartwarming tale for every child who looks to their parent for strength, and for every parent who looks to their child for wonder. When a little boy is given a magic stone passed down through generations, he discovers an incredible world living in the tree that will ultimately help him overcome his greatest fear. A perfect bedtime story for children and adults alike, The Lollie Tree... more
  • Kitty Kat Wants Stripes

    by Elka Peterson
    When a new cat with stripes comes to town, Kitty Kat is sent on a personal journey where she learns the valuable lesson that differences are what make us special.
  • Larry and Friends

    by Carla Torres
    Larry and Friends is a captivating story about immigration and integration that celebrates diversity and supports tolerance. The protagonist is Larry the dog who is a juggler from Brooklyn, the friends are a diverse set of animals from different places of the world. The story tells why the characters end up relocating in New York and how they became friends with Larry. Through their stories the characters bring forward the most luminous light of the human spirit.
  • Sochu - When I Grow Up

    by Chetan Vohra
    While everyone knows exactly what they want to be when they grow up, Sochu is clueless. He imagines all the things he could be and ends up with a very interesting choice. When I Grow Up - teaches kids the one most important thing they need to remember while they grow up.
  • Sochu - Think Outside The Box

    by Chetan Vohra
    When Mr. Williams tells the kids to think outside the box, Sochu and his friends go on an adventure to find this box that they can think out of. Soon they realize that humanity has surrounded itself with boxes. "But how can we think outside the box, if we are surrounded with boxes?" Think Outside the Box aims at helping children realise the importance of being in the outdoors, amidst nature.
  • The Well

    by Tara Knight
    As a teenager, Autumn wasn’t expecting her strict and religious parents to call her bluff when she threatened to move out, but they did and now she’s on her own, trying to survive in a tough world. Five years later, after enduring hardship and hunger, Autumn reconnects with her godparents, who make her a tempting offer. The feisty high school dropout can live with them, but she must meet two expectations: she needs to get her GED, and she needs to get a job. That’s how Autumn, who has seri... more
  • Some People Wonder

    by Marisa Recker
    Ellie Clark is a high school sophomore who believes her biggest struggles in life are her next homework assignment and what she and her best friend, Shelbie, are going to do after school. She, like every other teenager she knows, wants to fall in love. Unfortunately, the only way she seems to find love is in her daydreams of Daniel Branaur, the tall, blue-eyed quarterback of the football team, star basketball player, and every girls dream. When Shelbie finds love, Ellie is left aloneuntil she... more
  • Riley the Brave

    by Jess Sinarski
    Riley Bear is on the adventure of a lifetime as he learns to be brave like a cub. He has always been courageous and clever, but his journey with some safe big critters might just unlock his guarded heart in new ways. This super-cool cub is ready to rise to the challenge! Includes informative afterword for adults.
  • Cinderskella

    by Amie Borst
    Middle school is scary. So are skeleton girls. To win at both, you’ve got to put some skin in the game. Cindy might appear to be your average twelve year old, but since her mother’s death she has a secret. Every night she turns into a boney, white skeleton. As if that wasn’t bad enough, Cindy’s dad is afraid of her. She has an evil stepmother who makes her do crazy chores, some of them with a toothbrush. And then there’s the werewolf who intends to make Cindy his midnight snack. The... more
  • Lost Clown

    by J. S. Pan
    Genk, an orphan and a nobody, longed to be accepted by his fellow villagers but all he received were ridicule and accusations. An expedition to the mystic hill in search of the Teacher to learn magic might make his desire come true. Though plagued with obstacles, the journey turned into an unexpected meeting of a new friend, Tim. His first friend ever. New bonds were forged as Genk meets Tim's group.
  • The Three Secrets

    by Gretchen Bainum
    This is the story of the life cycle of a sunflower, starting with a seed landing on the ground and ending with a new seed landing on the ground. But it is also the story of a the universal quest for happiness, a journey of joy and hardship guided by the Three Secrets found in every life.
  • The Boys Who Danced with the Moon

    by Mark Paul Oleksiw
    Can you ever escape the past? Kiran Wells, a mid-30’s professional living on the West Coast, thought he was safe until an anonymous letter arrives from his hometown. Its only contents- an old newspaper clipping about a drowning twenty years earlier. Leaving career and friends behind, Kiran returns to the place of his youth to find the conjurer of his past. Kiran is a quiet and shy teenager with a taste for alternative music growing up in a suburban northern town during the mid-80's. The arri... more

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