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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • They Call Me Africa

    by Nadine A. Luke
    Amiri loves school and can't wait for the first day of third grade. However, when he arrives, he finds himself the target of racism and bullying at the hands of his classmates. The constant taunts about his dark brown skin and locked hair leave him feeling heartbroken and helpless. Amiri has a choice to make—allow the bullying to continue, or handle the situation in a different way. His decision surprises everyone in the class, including his teacher. Explore Amiri's journey as he discovers the... more
  • Show and tell is CLOSED

    by Tanja Kobasic
    A horrid germ has taken over the world and seven-year-old Beau Badeaux is not happy. People are in ISOLATION. School is closed. Even worse, show and tell is closed. Greatly disappointed over not being able to show his GIANT glow-in-the-dark ball, Beau writes his personal feelings about having to isolate on the ball and then angrily kicks it down the steep hill that leads into the valley. Taking on a life of its own, Beau's GIANT ball takes over Flowertown, causing both chaos and joy, and eventua... more
  • 978-0-9995394-4-6

    by Marlene M. Bell
    On a visit to her grandma’s farm, eight-year-old Mia discovers a newborn, orphaned lamb outside in the cold and takes her to the laundry room, naming her Nattie. As she tries to nurse the lamb back to health, Mia discovers that Nattie is different from the other lambs and struggles to fit in with them like Mia does with other kids her age. When her grandmother says she will sell Nattie to a neighbor, Mia must come up with a plan to keep her friend around—one that will show the family just how... more
  • The Magic Dolphin

    by Ileno Zona
    The Magic Dolphin is a delightful children's story about helping others. It teaches children to take the time to help others in need and the magic that can happen when they do.
  • Petra's Power to See: A Media Literacy Adventure

    by Dina Alexander
    Hi friends! My name is Petra and I want to help you learn about an incredible power. My mom calls it media literacy, but I call it the POWER TO SEE because I’ve started looking at the world in a whole new way. Join me as we learn about media literacy. We will have the POWER TO SEE hidden messages in media like advertising, social media, movies, and fake news—and we will learn how to DECONSTRUCT it too! With your new power, you’ll know how to seek out the best and avoid the worst, re... more
  • Airplane Mode

    by Ralph Bismargi
    Trish is a talented and beautiful young actress. In order to prepare for a life-changing audition, she signs up for a new acting class. The teacher of that class is a little quirky to say the least. Has Trish finally found a good teacher? Will she get the part? Or is she going to regret taking the class? A laugh-out-loud short story, especially if you enjoy comedies, sitcoms and sketches!
  • Sucker Kiss

    by Ralph Bismargi
    Jill is a talented film director. She is filming her first TV sitcom and, for the first time in her career, there is a live audience. Her entire life is riding on this particular project. However, she struggles when a quirky audience member doesn't know how to laugh normally. Will she succeed at keeping everything together? If you love comedies, sitcoms or SNL sketches, then this funny short story will make you laugh out loud!
  • RAMBEE BOO'S SNOWED IN TOO!

    by REENA KORDE PAGNONI
    While Rock has lots of fun in the snow, Rambee Boo watches from the window. Will Rambee join Rock in the snow? Turn the pages so you will know.
  • MEET RAMBEE BOO!

    by REENA KORDE PAGNONI
    Count down the week with Rambee Boo, his brother Rock and their favorite sock, as they try to find fun and exciting things to do to keep Rock entertained until Beach Day. Will they find enough places to go until Saturday?
  • The Adventurous Squirrels of Cool Waters Cove

    by Steven Whysel
    A fun loving squirrels family join an all animal forest circus and aside from the fun and adventure thry have , they learn that diversity can be awesome and practice builds confidence to try new activities. Important lessons for children ages 2-8.
  • Babzsákfotel

    by Babz Sáksziget
    Ha kényelmes ülésre vágyik tévénézés és pihenés közben, akkor a babzsákfotel a legjobb választás. Rendeljen még ma nálunk online!
  • "Why Inch Got a Foot"

    by Ron Roecker
  • "How to Save the World: Find a Smallisall"

    by Ron Roecker

    Every monkey, mouse, dog, dolphin, lioness, lizard, kitten, koala, penguin, peacock, panda, pig, bunny, bear, bee, alligator, ant, aardvark and every other creature around the globe disappeared today. Well, that's not even the most awesome part of our story! I mean, how much could you take if you're always being told you're too young or too small? The straw that broke the human's back for all of us "youngsters" was the news that the Smallisalls were coming. ("At... more

  • 9780578567129

    by Ginger Dakin

    Nose has his woes—from “Piper’s dirty diapers” to “Uncle Bart’s tart farts”. But nothing competes, not even “Pete’s stinky feet” to being “stuck on the bench along with Stench” (an ominous cloud of smog). What’s “the solution to air pollution”? A “grin and a bin of clothespins”? What does Nose suggest would be the best? This book is meant to be a treat of eco fun not only for kids but for adu... more

  • Susie Swish

    by Tim Haddock
    It is the story of two girls who join their high school boys basketball team when their girls team is cut. Susie is tall and talented, but doubts her abilities and strengths. Carla is short and feisty, never backs down from a fight and is full of confidence. Follow them on their journey through a basketball season that takes unexpected turns and presents unforeseen challenges.

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