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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Pete Goes to School

    by Diana Duncan
    Pete Goes to School is a rhyming tale about a young boy, Tom and his Labrador dog Pete. When Tom goes off to boarding school Pete runs away from home and arrives at Tom?s school late at night. The next day the headmaster says that Pete ?must go? but Tom?s formidable Mum turns up and persuades him, through a mixture of hard talk and flattery, that if Pete were allowed to stay at the school, not only would he make an excellent ?In House? dog but his appointment would also enhance the school?s (and... more
  • Milly's Magical View "Hoppin through the Zoo!"

    by Caroline Winfield
    Milly and her family celebrate a summer day by visiting the Zoo. Milly thrills at seeing the Monkeys, the Hyenas and the Pandas. But once she finds she is unable to play with the animals in their habitats, she hates the zoo. With a little coaching from her family and reflection through her Magical Binoculars, Milly imagines a fun idea and a new way of behaving, and ends up loving the Zoo!
  • Porque El Cielo Está En Todas Partes: Because the Sky is Everywhere

    by Nancy Sharp
    Liam's father dies but the truth is that Liam doesn't fully understand what this means. He wonders if his dad is hiding. Liam searches in all the obvious places until his dreams lead him to the sky where he feels his dad's presence all around him. In this sensitive and tender book, Liam learns that just as the sky is everywhere, so, too, is his father's love. Porque El Cielo Está En Todas Partes: Because the Sky is Everywhere helps children accept that even though someone close to them dies, t... more
  • Because the Sky is Everywhere

    by Nancy Sharp
    Liam's father dies but the truth is that Liam doesn't fully understand what this means. He wonders if his dad is hiding. Liam searches in all the obvious places until his dreams lead him to the sky where he feels his dad's presence all around him. In this sensitive and tender book, Liam learns that just as the sky is everywhere, so, too, is his father's love. Because the Sky is Everywhere helps children accept that even though someone close to them dies, the love they feel can be everlasting.
  • Hilda "Ma" Tilda - Where's Ed?

    by Arlene Weiner
    A lonely granny, Hilda "Ma" Tilda, wants a puppy to keep her company. Events take twists and turns on a trip to the pet store. Will Hilda "Ma" Tilda find her best friend?
  • THE UBER-GROOVER, TAKE THE RIDE OF YOUR LIFE TIME

    by Michael J Manley (M J Manley)
    The Uber Groover is a novel with the perspective of a driver whom drove for The UBER Corporation. While driving for people from all types of backgrounds, ethnicity and morals; the main character (Mitchell Martinez) learns, not only about the people for whom he drives, he learns a great deal about himself. Gang Bangers from South Central L A., to prostitutes in the Hollywood Hills area; The UBER GROOVER, states that driving for UBER: A Jerry Springer Episode On WHeels! With the low pay and the l... more
  • Topaz and the Evil Wizard

    by Pat Frayne
    What has happened to the missing Fairy and Elf children of Knownotten Kingdom? This is the worrisome question Topaz, the Yellow Conjure Cat asks himself over and over again in his search for clues to solve this mystery. If his suspicions are correct, his life will soon be in grave danger. Caught between the legacy he was born to full fill and the terrible danger he's sure to face, Topaz struggles to overcome his fears while he strives to protect his king and the inhabitants of the kingdom. Arm... more
  • Topaz and the Green Fairies

    by Pat Frayne

    Topaz and the Green Fairies is an award-winning new classic for middle-grade kids who love fantasy and magic. This humorous and heroic tale about the adventures of a young Green Fairy's lone journey upriver in a gourd boat will thrill parents and children alike. Chosen to find help to save his folk from certain disaster, Bozel struggles with self-doubt and a future filled with danger and uncertainty as he faces one unnerving challenge after another. He is advised to sail south and find the La... more

  • Anna and the Tree Fort

    by Stephanie Hrehirchuk

    "It doesn't look safe, Jeremy," replied Anna, "for you or the coulee."

    Anna loves her peaceful walks to school through the coulee. But one day she stumbles upon a kid-constructed tree fort that threatens to harm more than the trees. Anna has to act fast in order to protect her coulee and help her friends.

    Anna and the Tree Fort is the second in the Anna series, following Anna and the Earth Angel. Children ages 6-9 will l... more

  • Anna and the Earth Angel

    by Stephanie Hrehirchuk

    Pria and Alexander laughed at Anna. The whole class laughed at Anna. “You’ll see,” said Anna. “She’s real. And real big too.” When Anna’s family moves to a new neighborhood where she doesn’t have any friends, Anna sets off to explore the local pond and discovers there’s far more magic in nature than she could have ever imagined. Every print copy sold of Anna and the Earth Angel plants a tree!

  • What a Mess! A Pop-Up Misadventure

    by Keith Allen
    What a Mess! follows two siblings on a misadventure of epic proportions after the mess in their room becomes completely out-of-control! The cluttered chaos begins to explode from their doorway, sends them to the top of a toy mountain, spins them around in a dust-nado, and much more! Every page turn has dazzling and complex paper pop-ups -that will surely delight and amaze.
  • Gogi & Mogi Go to the Garden

    by Golareh Safarian
    It's Mogi's birthday and he's having a costume party. What is Gogi going to wear? Go on a journey of discovery with Gogi and Mogi as they search for inspiration in a colorful garden.
  • Fragile

    by Jandra Sutton
    What does it mean to be normal? It's such a loaded word, with about a billion different meanings, and every one of them makes Ava Collins sick. At 17, Ava has been deaf for as long as she can remember. She grew up constantly reminded that she wasn't - and couldn't - be normal, that she needed to be 'fixed', but it wasn't until she met Theo De Vries that she learned the truth. Deaf doesn't mean broken, it means different. And different isn't a bad thing.
  • The Immigrant Magician: An International Student's Triumph Over the Great Recession 2008

    by Joel Mendonca
    It’s 2008, the post 9/11 internet era. Millennial Ralph arrives in America seeking to obtain a degree and a shot at the American dream. Contrary to expectations he encounters the travails of a country steeped in recession; the economy anemic and opportunity sparse. Deeply committed to a culture of hard work and lofty achievements, Ralph refuses to surrender to the circumstances of fate. His unmitigated quest for success and achievement takes him down a long, dreary path of back-breaking toil, st... more
  • Missing Gems of the Taj Mahal: A Time Travel Historical Fiction Mystery Book for Children Ages 5-10

    by Lyndon C
    Sid Cooper, a fifth grade history buff, gets the chance of a lifetime to visit the Taj Mahal in the enchanted land of India. After a setback and a change in plans, Sid and his friend Raj are magically transported… 350 years into the past, to when the monument was still being built. Things get crazier when they encounter Emperor Shah Jahan, who is furious because precious gems crucial to the completion of the Taj Mahal are missing. The excitement of actually becoming a part of history fuels th... more

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