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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Animiximals

    by Crystal Wenger
    Animiximals is a children's book that has amazing and imaginative illustrations which brings to life a mix of never before discovered animals. This books rhymes are creative, humorous and fun to read and entertaining for all ages! These amusing characters are silly and quite unique. Take a peek to find out what normal animals turn out to be when a little imagination finds them.  
  • The Funny Farm

    by Gordon Perry
    Very Popular K - 8 Short Rhyming story that teaches the Value of Obeying your Parents. Beautifully Illustrated, Easy Read. Earned NABE "Children's Interest" category "Best Book" Award for Fall of 2013.
  • Growing Up Tobey

    by Caroline Barthen
    Join Tobey as he goes through his first year of life. He talks about his many adventures and lessons learned along the way. So come join Tobey as he shares his adventures!
  • Dare to Dream Ambrosia

    by Ingrid M. Ellis
    Have you ever had a dream that you thought was too big to dream and it scared you from ever dreaming again? DARE TO DREAM AMBROSIA is a colorful expression of possibility and hope for anyone who truly dares to defy the odds. With her awkward hair and uncommon attire, Ambrosia Nittie challenges her readers to think outside the box. She gives the child and the child at heart permission to dream the impossible. In DARE TO DREAM AMBROSIA, readers are invited to take the journey of dream exploration.... more
  • Miracle

    by Chanavia Haddock
    One simple question leads Piper Rose on an epic journey of discovery filled with adventure and playful curiosity as she learns that sometimes in our quest to find something spectacular we miss the many special things along the way.
  • The Bad Birthday Surprise

    by H.M Arvind
    Imagine if the cruellest snob in your town didn't invite you to a party because they think you're "tacky" and miles below them. Now imagine you are so angry about it, that you want to get your own back - what would you do? Well, Flick the doll thinks she has an ingenious idea. It involves making a fake cake, a stink rocket and going in disguise as the perfect gentleman. With the help of her housemates Mitch (who hates being called a ladybird, but strangely doesn't like being called a G... more
  • Alice Henderson On Debut (The Alice Henderson Book 1)

    by S R Silcox
    All-rounder Alice Henderson finds herself in the spotlight when she attracts the attention of an elite scout for an all-girls cricket camp. Hungry for a chance to shine and realise her dreams of playing on a competitive cricket team, Alice relishes the opportunity to attend camp and make a name for herself. However, not all is fair in war and cricket, and Alice struggles to find her footing amongst many other talented players, who all share the same hope of being selected. Alice finds herself ... more
  • Molly Bell and the Wishing Well

    by Bridget Geraghty

    Molly Bell is an eleven-year old girl who used to be a whimsical, sporty type of a child with a zest for living. All that has been turned upside down by the untimely death of her cherished mother two years ago. To make matters worse, her father is getting remarried to a high-maintenance beauty that Molly seemingly has nothing in common with, and she comes with an annoying six-year old son, Henry, who finds a way to wreck everything in his path.

    Molly can't find anything about her ne... more

  • The Land of Reverse

    by Dave Manousos
    The Land of Reverse The Land of Reverse A story about nine-year-old Sam who can't get to sleep. He tries everything he can think of from counting sheep to standing on his head. When pretending to sleep plunges him into a world where everything is reverse, bizarre and creatively confusing, he learns pretending is real and sleep is just a matter of letting yourself go...
  • The Rock that Rolled Across the Ocean

    by N.D. Byma
    The story of a little seaweed and barnacle covered rock that ventures across the ocean to find its purpose. With adventure, laughs and a subtle lesson of perseverance and hope; this story will surely warm the hearts and stoke the imaginations of readers young and old.
  • Deep Six: A Colt Wilder Adventure

    by NATHAN KARSTULOVICH
    A former agent of MI6. A secret document quickly jettisoned. The promise of a new life. In 1951, a secret agent named Heather Wood is sent to Canada with a special delivery for the Prime Minister. Miss Wood, aka Ersilia, is living in Ajax, Ontario and meets the Prime Minister at a special event welcoming new immigrants to the country. The shocking delivery is too much to handle and is quickly jettisoned. The Prime Minister orders a military sergeant, at the former spy training centre of Camp X,... more
  • Scarab: A Colt Wilder Adventure

    by NATHAN KARSTULOVICH
    A woman who doesn't exist. A daring prison escape. And a chase through the desert. In 1941 a young spy's mission to deliver a powerful package to the Allied Forces during World War II is derailed when an explosion rocks her train. Heather Wood receives a package that she is to deliver to a young messenger for the Allied Forces. A spy for the British, she boards a train heading for Germany that promptly explodes. Scarab follows her story, backward in four parts, to explain how she came to be a ... more
  • Kitty Kat Kitty Goes to the Circus

    by Jay Reeves
    Unless Kitty Kat Kitty steps in to help, they will be forced to cancel the tightrope act, and Diamond and her mistress will lose their jobs as the stars of the circus. Diamond is to watch over her kittens along with Mr. Squeaks, while a reluctant Kitty Kat Kitty performs in her place, but Mr. Squeaks goes on a fried food feeding frenzy that leads to disaster, and he nearly destroys the circus over a cheeseburger.
  • Missing Tyler

    by Tamara Palmer
    Summer break has just begun and Kit Carlin is on her way to a funeral: to bury her twin brother. Kit has to find a way to put the broken puzzle of her life back together following Tyler’s death. She navigates through grief and family trauma by finding support in unexpected places and a growing understanding of what comes after life. There are laughter and tears, summer beach time on the Jersey shore, and the complicated “rollercoaster” of young love, jealousy, and sex. The joys and pains of Kit’... more
  • Dancing on Daddy's Shoes

    by Gabriel Dietsch
    Follow a father's journey of love for his daughter Ella. See as he sets up a beautiful dance that has it's drawbacks when dad couldn't find a way to bring Ella to the dance. He later goes into a whimsical world to find out that sometimes one must wait for the perfect time and not give up hope! Knowing how to talk to your children about In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) may be awkward, but this book allows you to share a beautiful story of how Ella came to be and hopefully open dialogue among your... more
  • Laboratory (Lab) Lizards

    by Bob Richardson
    This exciting make-believe story takes the reader from a failed attempt at a new and unusual kind of food source, to a funny and unique family friendship. This tale is both edgy and heartwarming and has characters that are lots of fun.

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