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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Pillow Fairy

    by Marcia Gale Riley
    Three-year-old Matt doesn’t want to sleep alone in his own bed. One night he is visited by a magical fairy and everything changes. After her frequent visits, he realizes that sleeping in his own bed—all by himself can be a fun and rewarding experience. This is the creative way that the author used to entice her two boys to sleep and wake up in their own beds-all by themselves. This has worked for thousands of families, and it will work for you too. The Pillow Fairy has become a beloved cla... more
  • Lilly & Lila

    by Danielle Creighan
    Lilly & Lila tells the story of two best friends, Lilly and Lila, who attend a school for the deaf. One day they and the other children are outside playing as the sun sets; Lila starts to feel nervous because she also has trouble seeing in low light. Lilly creates a new game to play with Lila that also engages their classmates.
  • The Perfectly Purple Sneakers

    by Kathy Goosev Howell
    Juliette LOVES purple, especially her NEW perfectly purple sneakers. She eagerly wears her sneakers to school. As the day goes by, her sneakers become not so new and not so purple. They get dirty, painted, torn, and even jellied. It's not easy to look on the bright side of unexpected and unhappy events. But Juliette's upbeat attitude, along with the encouragement of the people around her, give her the confidence she needs to see that those not so new and not so purple sneakers are, in every othe... more
  • Capture the Moon

    by Jaye Alison Moscariello
    Written in gender free, race free language and images, Capture the Moon is a simple tale about a monkey named Chase, finding its way in the world. Through discoveries, ups and downs, Chase finds its way out of confusion through learning to listen within.
  • Tyrabbisaurus Rex

    by A.J. Culey
    Tyrabbisaurus Rex doesn't appreciate being locked in a cage. Sure it has three levels and is full of scrumptious veggies, but that doesn't mean he's willing to accept his fate as a classroom pet. Ginger's not happy about the always escaping, poopy rabbit. First, he chewed the dress her mom gave her. Now he keeps staring at her favorite hat. The demon bunny has got to go!
  • Alycat and the Thursday Dessert Day!

    by Alysson Foti Bourque
    When Alycat's daydreaming causes her to miss out on Dessert Day at school, she will need to rely on her imagination to satisfy her sweet tooth! With the help of her best friend Spotty, she discovers that trying new things can lead to fun adventures and tasty inventions!
  • It's Just So

    by Peter Trimarco
    It’s Lizzy’s first day in a brand new school! At first things feel “just so” scary and “just so” hard, but in the end, they’re “just so”.... not what she thought they would be! From waking up early and boarding the bus for the very first time to meeting new friends and painting outside the lines, it’s a day of discovery and perspective for a little girl named Lizzy. "Perfect for children in transitional stages, Lizzy’s story of adapting to a new school is charming and hopeful. Vibrant illustrat... more
  • The Afterlife Chronicles

    by James Paradie
    Luke Hawkins is not a popular teenager. His parents think he's an odd one; he has no friends and has seen many shrinks. When his parents go on vacation, they leave him with his estranged sister, Samantha. What looks to be a terrible week turns out quite differently than expected. Luke never knew that he and his sister share a passionate interest in the paranormal, specifically in spirits. Luke finds an old book that gives instructions on how to get to the other side--the Afterlife ... and Luke a... more
  • Two Boys, Two Planets

    by Stuart J. Whitmore
    This is a short and easy-to-read story for beginning readers, accompanied by richly colored illustrations. In this star-gazing tale, a boy on Earth finds out he's not the only one in the solar system with a desire to visit other planets. Earth and Mars are presented in a way that highlights how different they are without presenting either planet in a negative manner. The vocabulary and sentence structure were designed to enhance reading confidence while still making the story fun to read. Resour... more
  • Josef, the Indy Car Driver

    by Chris Workman
    Apex Legends author / illustrator Chris Workman and Verizon IndyCar Series star Josef Newgarden have teamed up to create a unique racing-themed children's picture book unlike any other. "Josef, The Indy Car Driver" mixes Indy car racing education with entertaining on-track action that is sure to please kids who are interested in cars or racing fans and their parents! Set at iconic Road America, the content is designed to provide an authentic glimpse into the world of Indy car through Josef's ... more
  • For Her Courage

    by Andria M. Redlin
    A teenage girl growing up in Edwardian America sacrifices her most prized possessions to restore her grandfather's greatest treasure, and ultimately save his life.
  • When Hen Was on Her Way to Market

    by Irena Stanic Rasin
    Will imperious Hen get the help she demands to clean her muddy foot? Not unless she learns courtesy and respect. Irena Stanic Rasin’s Croatian-based cumulative folktale in which the local flora, fauna and villagers respond “No way!” to Hen’s commands, will ring true to young children on their way to understanding cooperation and perhaps a bit of humility. Color illustrations by Ivana Rasin.
  • Ghosts in Trouble

    by Joan Slowey
    Ghosts, Cormac and Lizzie, were burglars all their lives and now they can't get into heaven until the stolen goods have all been given back. But a silver tea-set is buried in the garden and no one else knows it's there. Cormac's cousin inherits the house so they ask his children, twins David and Dora, to do the digging. They don't realise that they were seen stealing the silver by John the Pots, a man of the roads, who wants the tea-set himself so he can claim a reward . . .
  • Perfect Petals: The House of Ivy

    by Rebecca Ann Ivy
    For days when you are not able to go outside and need a short lovely journey in the park and enjoy beautiful flowers...The author loves to walk and photograph flowers and nature...come along my favorite path for a few minutes..... there is something unique about this park my troubles always seem to fade away.
  • Felix Finds Out!

    by Joan Slowey
    Felix lives with his uncle, Eddie, who works in a pub where someone is stealing whiskey and cigarettes.. Eddie and his friend, Mrs Boyd, suspect Hennessy who works there at weekends but is also the school caretaker. Eddie asks Felix to try and find out if Hennessy has hidden anything suspicious in the school. Felix chooses the new girl, Samantha, to help him. They find the stolen goods in a shed behind the school and Felix is anxious to tell his uncle but Samantha has other ideas, including bla... more
  • Winter Is...Ebbing, Ebbing, Ebbing Into Spring: The House of Ivy

    by Rebecca Ann Ivy
    This is a beautiful walk through the seasons with a poem that is simple and colorful. The illustrations were taken from photos by the author on her daily walks in nature. The children will love the beauty and vibrant colors of each season. From the author, "I hope you enjoy the colorful display of each season recounted in this wonderful poem...Spring is always welcome...I hope you enjoy this lovely book with your children and grand-children."

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