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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Whack, Whack, Whack, Goes The Tail!

    by Mark Rouillard
    This is a story about a dog named Jack that has no idea his tail is constantly whacking anything and everything that is behind him. Jack loves his human family unconditionally, and they love him.
  • Graysons Home

    by Genna Green
    After a fun day at school, Grayson Rice returns home and hears his parents arguing. In this carefully written storybook, Grayson talks about the different range of emotions he feels when he hears or sees shouting and hitting at home. Children will find their voice in the pages of Grayson's Home and will be comforted by the relatable childhood experiences , common feelings and kid- appropriate solutions. Never has there been a book so thoughtfully written that helps young children and care provid... more
  • Danny Trample for School President?

    by Mayma Raphael and Reagan Raphael

    Danny Trample for School President? Mayma and Reagan Raphael. 

    An illustrated children's hardcover book that takes inspiration from the recent American presidential election to address bullying among children in schools. It is based on circumstances surrounding a boy, Danny Trample, who always wants to come out on top, and who constantly says unkind things to put down other students at school especially those who are in any way different to him. He decided to r... more

  • Annie Aardvark, Mathematician

    by Suize Olsen
    The story follows Annie, an Aardvark who loves math, on her daily foraging. As Annie sets out on her forage, she decides to count everything she encounters. She zigs and zags through the landscape, stopping to use her nose and tongue to count objects. The effect is amusing sounds as she counts and forages. Join Annie on her math adventure!
  • Snappy, the Curious Woodland Gnome

    by Shannon Bass
    This delightfully heartwarming children's story featuring Snappy, a curious, woodland gnome, is enchantingly brought to life through whimsical rhyme and sumptuous, felted wool illustrations.
  • Ava's First Day of Kindergarten

    by Kristen Weber
    Ava’s First Day of Kindergarten is an enchanting story where the school experience is expressed with poetry and energetic illustrations that brighten every page. Ava shares her adventures to sing, dance, and play showing readers how school is really fun through her busy, happy day. Follow her journey as she makes new friends and develops love for learning.
  • Granny’s Cobbler

    by Rhonda K. Gatlin
    Granny’s Cobbler is a delightful story for children and adults. The author will pull at your heart strings and take you back to your childhood memories as you read about Granny and Aggie. Granny and Aggie have a deep affection for one another and love spending time together picking fruits and vegetables from Granny’s garden. When the blackberries are in season, Aggie and Granny go blackberry picking. They wash, dry and put the blackberries in a container until they have enough for a cobbler. Agg... more
  • We Are Joined at the Heart

    by Yonette Belinda
    Children need that reassurance that they are loved even when parents have to go away. When parents are gone for work or separated because of a divorce or sadly even death, their love continue unendingly. This book delivers a message of that unconditional and unfailing love. Not only is it a story of the love between a parent and a child, but It also sets the foundation for an open conversation about the depth of love. No matter what the circumstance, that child will always be found by love. The... more
  • Waddle's Big Adventure

    by R W Thompson
    Waddle the Penguin was not your usual penguin. He was born at a different time of the year than the other penguins, he did not like the cold, and he really enjoyed exploring by himself. He liked to surf on ice floes, dive deep in the water to fish, and go for long swims. He always wondered what was going on outside of his world. \tThen, one day, his life changed. A sudden summer storm hits Waddle’s home as he and a friend are riding an ice floe. They are separated and when the storm clea... more
  • Escape from the Past: At Witches' End

    by Annette Oppenlander
    In the conclusion of the ESCAPE FROM THE PAST trilogy, Max 'Nerds' Anderson returns to medieval Germany. It is the year 1473 and two years have passed since his last visit. But two years in the Middle Ages are a long time. When at last Max finagles a way into Castle Hanstein, his old friend, Bero, is less than pleased to see him, Lady Clara is near death and Juliana, his old flame, is not meeting his eyes. Can Max sway his friends, help rescue another gamer and stay out of Schwarzburg's clutch... more
  • Swim Season

    by Marianne Sciucco
    Sometimes winning is everything. Champion swimmer Aerin Keane is ready to give up her dreams of college swimming and a shot at the Olympics. As she starts senior year in her third high school, Aerin's determined to leave her family troubles behind and be like all the other girls at Two Rivers. She's got a new image and a new attitude. She doesn’t want to win anymore. She's swimming for fun, no longer the freak who wins every race, every title, only to find herself alone. But when her desire to ... more
  • Echoes in the Canyon

    by Marco Behrens
    Myra Louise, a desert tortoise, and her close friend Minnie Squawking Bird, a cactus wren, live in the Arizona desert with their friends Stinky and Smelly—javelina brothers who have a propensity to seek out adventure…and trouble. The javelinas are schemers and dreamers, and Myra Louise and Minnie Squawking Bird have a full-time job keeping the boys grounded and heading in an appropriate direction. Luckily there is also wise Joe Fox—the law in this part of the desert—and his pals Reynard Fox and ... more
  • Letters to the Queen of Sheba

    by Candace Shepherd
    As adults, we know that how we think influences what we do. But is this the case for people who haven't lived as long as we have? Letters to the Queen of Sheba describes life through the eyes of a young African American woman named Mary, whose thoughts and decisions spark conversation about relationships and life.
  • Sammy's Broken Leg (Oh, No!) and the Amazing Cast That Fixed It

    by Judith Wolf Mandell

    Sammy's Broken Leg (Oh, No!) and the Amazing Cast That Fixed It is a whimsical book to cheer glum, grumpy kids in clunky casts for a broken leg or arm, or hip dysplasia.

    A troupe of kisses whoosh into Sammy's life; how and when will amuse. The Kisses cheer Sammy and inspire patience  as days slog by and even after her huge cast is removed. Lavished with bright art, the book appeals also to children curious about cast life, and to children deal... more

  • Joachim: The Heretic

    by M. L. Stainer

    In this sequel to Joachim's Magic, Joachim Gans and his apprentice, Reis Courtney, return to England after the failed 1585 exploration. The Jewish metallurgist, Queen Elizabeth I's favorite, is sent to Bristol to work on ways to make saltpeter for gunpowder. Prejudice follows them everywhere. At a local inn, Joachim is asked if he believes Christ is divine. He's tried for blasphemy by replying, "What need hath God for a son, is he not Almighty?" The Bristol court can't reach a decision and se... more

  • Ralphy the Rabbit

    by David L Wallace
    Ralphy goes on a journey where he discovers what he thought was a flaw in himself is actually something unique that makes him special. Poor Ralphy the Rabbit always felt he was different. He hated his ears and couldn’t hop as fast as the other baby rabbits in the pet store. None of the kids ever selected him. One day, a curly-haired girl named Marta locked gazes with him and they knew they were meant for each other. Fun times lay ahead for Ralphy in his new home, hopping on the family furn... more

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