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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Theodore Teedo Smooching Man-Teedo Comes Home

    by Audrey Sherman, Ph.D.
    Theodore Teedo Smooching Man loves to smooch and make people happy. He is a loveable huggable friend who really cares and who really smells good (well, pretty good). Follow him on his adventures for a feel good, do good, happy slurping day!!
  • Kiki the Kitty

    by Maria Rusu
    An entertaining and captivating children's book Kiky the Kitty, a very playful calico kitten, gets adopted. She becomes, thus, the youngest member of a cat loving family. Surprise! The family has another cat, Merlot, who is older and grumpy, and sad, and not funny. Kiky the Kitty has no idea that her adoption implies also a difficult challenge: help the grumpy cat become again the funny cat he was before. Will she succeed?
  • The Grumpface

    by B.C.R. Fegan
    Dan is a young inventor in love. He ventures into a forest looking for a rose but instead finds the mysterious Grumpface who threatens to hold him captive unless he passes some difficult challenges. What follows is a humorous adventure that neither Dan nor the Grumpface could have anticipated. Every parent will be acquainted with their own little ‘grumpface’ now and then. This story stands as a small piece of hope – that no matter how ingrained the grump, there will always remain in every one... more
  • Bear of Trees

    by Ketevan Alexander
    Betrees is born of two worlds—the distant Northern Woods, land of her polar bear father, and the warm Eastern Woods where her mother raised her. Betrees’ glossy raven-black fur carries one northern memory—a striking heart-shaped patch of pure white on her forehead. Betrees longs to find true love, and when she meets handsome Ben, her dream seems to come true. But Ben disappears after crossing the dangerous, human-made Metallic River. Only Betrees can save him. But will she have the courage and... more
  • Color Struck

    by Pamela Tuck

    "A deathbed shouldn't be the peacemaker in this family." Fifteen-year-old Renee Steele never understood what PaPa's words meant, until she's caught in the middle of a growing battle between her two older cousins. Their clashing attitudes regarding skin tone, trigger a sensitive nerve in their Grandma Bell.

    As tension mounts between the three girls, Grandma Bell detects trouble returning from the grave. She’s determined to stop it, and takes the girls... more

  • Rosco the Rascal at the St. Patrick's Day Parade (Volume 4)

    by Shana Gorian

    This time it's not Rosco who's been making mischief - it's the leprechauns! Rosco and Sparks are marching in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, accompanied by Rosco's owners, brother and sister, James and Mandy. But Mandy thinks the leprechauns have jinxed her with bad luck, so when Sparks goes missing, what will it take for Rosco and the kids to find him? And will Mandy be able to restore her good luck, or will the leprechauns ruin her St. Patrick's Day? Find out in this... more

  • Lost in Time

    by L.G. McFerren
    Ben is a popular jock in his high school but he wants adventure outside of his small hometown. His life takes a sharp turn when he is whisked back in time to the American Revolution. He must now work to solve the clues in the scavenger hunt that brought him there, if he ever wants to escape the revolution and get back home alive.
  • Thirst

    by Michael Carson
    In the year 2045, climate change is killing people. Fifteen-year old Lily Star must use her power over water to save her family and thousands of refugees from dying of thirst in the parched American West. Even though Lily’s a powerful Diviner, and can call water from Everspring, the family’s only source, they must ration every drop to stay alive. The U.S. has split into two unfriendly factions, the United Western Republic and the Eastern Alliance. When the Republic’s Minister of Water, Tanne... more
  • We are Alphabet ! We like to do amazing work

    by Jasmine Thapa

    We are Alphabet is a 312- word picture book. This is a picture book for children in early grades that emphasize on teaching them about a hobby and occupation in different stages of their life. Children also learn a language, differentiate upper and lower case, visualize the setting, identify elements of story structure and character development. Animal is the protagonist of this picture book. 

  • When I Grow Up

    by Jessica McEachern

    When I Grow Up by Jessica McEachern, MA, MSW, provides examples of various careers by utilizing the alphabet as a guide. The book captures a Mother and daughter having a conversation during bed time. Zoey cannot settle down for bed because she is excited about all of the amazing careers she can choose from when she grows up. Throughout this colorful book, Zoey imagines herself as many of her career options, from A through Z. The U, in Zoey’s world for example, reflects her vision of bec... more

  • Children's Book: Shoo: A Bedtime Picture Book About Cats for Early Learning & Beginner Readers (Ages 1-8)

    by Hana Goldberg
    Teach your children that love is the most important thing in life! Award-winning author! Shoo was a homeless little cat. She lived on a sidewalk, and ate things people threw away. When she could not find food she was howling and people told her to go away – but she had no place to go. Then, one day, she met a little girl named Maya…
  • Children's Book: Pink Tears: A Bedtime Picture Book for Early Learning & Beginner Readers (Ages 3-9)

    by Hana Goldberg
    Teach your children to talk about their feelings! Best children’s book award! One day, when everyone was playing with everyone else, nobody played with Lolly. She stood apart, tears filling her throat. At home, Lolly refused to tell her parents why she was sad. The next day, a strange thing happened…
  • Once In A Blue Moon. The Return Of The Gargoyles

    by January May
    Tired of the Gargoyles destroying their homes, the Fairies of Fairy Glen ask the bumbling Wizard McShoogle for help. Armed with a potion and a few jumbled words, they banish the Gargoyles until the moon turns blue. And what’s the chance of that happening? Present day - Ben age 7 and Megan age 9 think the moon looks blue! When their grandmother unexpectedly arrives in Aberdeen, they discover she’s a Witch. Can they stop Russel and his ghastly Gargoyles taking over Aberdeen - before... more
  • Books for Kids: A Tale About a Tail: Bedtime, anytime story about self-esteem, friendship, loyalty and what really matters in li

    by Elena Staniv
    Moon Glow is a vain little fish who dreams about a bigger and more beautiful tail. Evading sharp tooth hunter fish and a fierce fire-breathing dragon, Moon Glow finds her way to the Great Sea Witch, who can make her dream come true. Come join Moon Glow on her brave adventure as she makes new friends, confronts enemies, overcomes obstacles and finally loves herself the way she is.
  • Giovanni (the Great)

    by Pauline Furmanczyk-Winogron
    On a warm and lazy summer evening in a little Italian district on Empress Street, two very important things occur: ten-year-old Antonio D’Angelo receives the birthday gift he always wanted: A new violin. And down the hall, the Ciccione parents receive the gift of a new baby boy who they name Giovanni. Determined to become a great violinist, Antonio overcomes a physical handicap and quickly reaches a skill level far beyond his years, despite his jealous violin instructor’s efforts to prevent Anto... more

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