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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • 978-1548325466

    by Sharon Brandon

    Mommy: I Hurt My Rump-A-Doodle is an educational book for small children. intended to develop close and attentive reading skills that help children enjoy and understand literature better, actively seek that which builds knowledge, enlarges experience, and broadens worldviews, and increases performance in critical reading. 

  • A Self-Made Boy

    by Nathan Hughes
    A boy, Jonah, is determined to give himself all the qualities he wants when he grows up to become a self-made person. He begins with a blank canvas and one by one adds all of the traits he will need to be a strong, powerful, determined and capable person looking to take on the world.
  • A Self-Made Girl

    by Nathan Hughes
    A girl, Alice, is determined to give herself all the qualities she wants when she grows up to become a self-made person. She begins with a blank canvas and one by one adds all of the traits she will need to be a strong, powerful, determined and capable person looking to take on the world.
  • Adventures of Hannah Claire

    by William Vanderbrook, III
    An adventure story centered around the exploits of Hayden and Chuck as they experience life on an island and the creatures they encounter. Eventually, they will meet up with Hannah Claire and the adventure goes into a different direction!
  • Hannah's Journey

    by Carmen Peone
    In the mountains of northeast Washington, sixteen-year-old Hannah Gardner fights for her childhood dream––to race horses with her adopted Indian Aunt Spupaleena. Her mother fears Hannah will get hurt. Frustrated with her daughter’s rebellious spirit, she threatens to send her away to Montana to live with an aunt Hannah’s never met. To escape this perceived punishment, Hannah runs away to the Sinyekst village along the Columbia River to train with Spupaleena. After Hannah’s first race, an Indi... more
  • The Adventures of Wyatt the Riot and the Preschool Pig!

    by Linda E. Martin
    A hilarious story where readers can discover how a playground,a pink pig,,a patrolman,a principal ,pet patrol chief,preschoolers,protests , pleas, school personnel , the local press, and a local pig permit policy play a part in saving an elderly neighbor's precious ,pet, pig from being hauled away off as a pig prisoner to Pennsylvania.
  • Alice and the Queen's New Game

    by Chad Prevost
    Alice and the Queen's New Game is an interactive fiction joyride with dozens of choices, 30 endings, and 25 illustrations. Using elements from Lewis Carroll's original Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, this new adventure takes Alice in new and surprising twists and turns. Help Alice achieve all Level 4 endings to become an Ultimate Adventurer. Alice finds herself playing a game. Her fate is in your hands. No pressure. Level 1: Bad Dream: Things go terribly wrong for Alice... more
  • The Accidental Pirate

    by Denise Deegan

    Attracted by the promise of a ship's name, outcast Jess finds herself trapped amongst the most dreaded outcasts of all. As the days pass and dangers escalate aboard The Constance, Jess is forced to call upon a gift she is not even sure she has to save a boy she thought she did not like. The Accidental Pirate is the story of a girl hero in a man's world. It is the story of finding friendship and family in the most unlikely of places. And it is the story of buccaneers and buckles a... more

  • Wee LuLu - Come Inside!

    by Candace Carson
    "Wee LuLu Come Inside!" teaches about location describers: inside, under, on top of, up and down, front and back, etc. The darling puppy portraits are filled with fun and mischief as LuLu romps through her fun-filled day. Concepts of direction, position, color, size and shape awareness are demonstrated to young readers ages 4+. Wee LuLu Come Inside! is a perfect example of teaching concepts to children while reading for pleasure. In other words, reading and learning are fun! Children's Book... more
  • Wee LuLu- A Good Example

    by Candace Carson
  • Rabbit McNabbit's Floppy Ears

    by Ste Burton
    Rabbit McNabbit's Floppy Ears is a charming children's picture book about a floppy eared rabbit who tries everything to have the 'straight up' ears of his dreams, but each comical attempt ends in utter failure ..... Will Rabbit McNabbit ever learn to love his own rabbity uniqueness? What could possibly be good about having the worlds floppiest ears? Rabbit McNabbit's Floppy Ears is a story about learning to love the skin you're in. It is a children’s picture book which is great fun to read, with... more
  • The Titchfield Turnabout

    by Paula Lennon

    Five teenagers from an elite high school in Port Antonio, Jamaica, vanish while sitting in detention and find themselves in the year 1728, which is the height of the slave trade from Africa to the West Indies and the Americas. The teens are from different racial backgrounds and the experience of the black teens Grace, Vanessa and Dalton differs significantly from that of mixed-heritage Isabel and white Patrick. Inevitable tensions arise among the students, exacerbated by living in an age of v... more

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