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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Quest Through the Stars

    by Donna Brooks
    The Quest Through the Stars is a children's novella based on a little dragon named Flame, who is search of his mother. This educational children's book takes readers through the trials and tribulations the young dragon faces while on his journey through the constellations. There are creative references to the creation of Earth and the formation of the constellations and their relationship to one another.
  • Snowy Lodin

    by Joan Dee Wilson

    Snowy Lodin stays all alone at the top of the world to find Father North. On his quest, this brave young snowy owl narrowly escapes harm, and nearly starves. When fear sets in, and adventure is lost, a very special bird conservationist comes to the rescue. With 28 full color illustrations, this book offers clues to support the vocabulary of early readers. 

  • You're A Thinking Thing!

    by Magic Mike
    It is what makes us special, among ourselves, and between others. Thinking is one of the greatest pleasures we as mankind share. You’re A Thinking Thing!, penned and illustrated by the marvelous Magic Mike, is a story full of whimsy and charm that takes us through the wonders and perils of being a thinking thing. Within a captivating 62 pages full of vibrant pictures and melodious rhymes, Magic Mike reminds us about how special we are to have the power of thought and encourages us to use our pow... more
  • 978-0-9907512-2-9

    by J.E. Rogers
    Fitzroy, a young kangaroo, loves living in the outback of Australia with his kangaroo family. This season the outback is greener than usual, and the beautiful plants growing against the red earth delight him. Then he notices the nasty pile of trash that sits alongside the railroad tracks. Every day it grows bigger and bigger, and gets smellier and smellier. Fitzroy is determined to find a way to clean up the mess and ensure that it never collects in his outback home again. It's a big job. He... more
  • The Gift of Sunderland: An Australian Fantasy Adventure

    by J.E. Rogers
    A rift has been created in the Ayers' lineage. Roland Ayers, Guardian of the Forest, knows that he must obey the voices of past Guardians and declare the next in line. When the announcement is made, two estranged brothers will be torn further apart, causing the Forest to rise from its long sleep. If you love animals stories, and fast-paced adventures in the tradition of Brian Jacques' Redwall series, you'll love The Gift of Sunderland.
  • Come Along and Dream

    by Britt Sekulic
    Follow a little boy and his hedgehog sidekick as they venture into dreamland. During their nightly journeys, Max and Hedgie discover all sorts of dreams - some funny, some strange, and some a little scary. Together they learn that no matter what you dream, you will always remain safe and snug in your bed.
  • The Daily Rounds of a Hound Colors the Town

    by Britt Sekulic
    All the pages of "The Daily Rounds of a Hound" children's book series in a fun coloring book. The little ones in your life will spend hours "coloring the hound" as they follow Molly Malone from the animal shelter to a new home, where she surprises her family with nine puppies. "The Daily Rounds of a Hound Colors the Town is more than 100 pages of coloring fun!
  • Molly and the Doggy Dentist

    by Britt Sekulic
    Molly Malone needs a makeover. At least she thinks she does. Her unsightly teeth go this way and that. Molly's underbite isn't very becoming for a young mom of nine frisky pups. She dreams of a sparkly Hollywood smile, of being a hound about town. Are braces the answer. Or does beauty come from within? In the end, "Molly and the Doggy Dentist" is a tale about crooked teeth, inner beauty and accepting yourself.
  • Peepi Leepi

    by Britt Sekulic
    Meet Peepi Leepi, a snoring, sneezing, silly pug with a preference for polka-dotted boots. One minute he's by your side; the next he's mysteriously gone. Where does he go? Find out Peepi’s secret and have a few laughs along the way.
  • Dark Against the Sky: A Climbing Boy's Story and its sequel, Dark Against the Sky: Sweeping the Shadows

    by Stephen B. Hauge

    Dark Against the Sky is the story of a band of climbing boys, or young chimney sweeps, in London in 1834. The arc of their adventures follows the main character, Tommy, as he struggles to find and be re-united with his father, faces the daily challenge of life as a climbing boy ruled by callous master sweeps, and interacts enjoyably with friends and street folk. Though his story is often darkened by his work and the period, it is brightened and ultimately redeemed by his growth in hi... more

  • Math and Magic in Wonderland

    by Lilac Mohr
    Galileo, Newton, Descartes, and Pascal too, All followed rabbit trails that led to something new. Lulu and Elizabeth are two girls who love to play with numbers, words, and (on occasion) toy swords. Join them on a grand adventure, where classic math and logic riddles lead the way through a world inspired by Lewis Carroll's poetry. Filled with engaging puzzles, tidbits about famous mathematicians, and a dash of humor, this interactive book is sure to inspire adults and children, alike, to... more
  • Daniel and His Starry Night Blanket

    by Sally Loughridge

    This is the story of a young boy whose older sister gets cancer and, from his perspective, far too much of their parents' attention. When a sibling is seriously ill, a child may become confused, angry, scared, lonely, and even jealous. This book can help them safely express and explore their feelings and model strategies for parents juggling the needs of all their children during a pediatric health journey.

  • Oh So Quiet!

    by Lindsey Craig
    It s not always easy to get kids outside, but OH SO QUIET! may just tempt the wee ones on an adventure. The nighttime forest comes alive with Daniel Dunkley's indigo lit illustrations. And Lindsey Craig's chant-like text will have children turning the pages to find out what's waiting outside the brave camper's tent. "The forest is so quiet, oh so quiet in the night...UNTIL!" Is it flapping bats? Squeaking mice? Or even a BEAR!? OH SO QUIET! will make for a giggly read and a favorite camping book... more
  • Ayumi's Violin

    by Mariko Tatsumoto
    In 1959, when her mother dies, grieving twelve-year-old Ayumi must leave her home in Japan and cross the Pacific Ocean alone to find her American father. Biracial, she is confronted with a resentful half-sister and a racist stepmother. She wants to be accepted by her new family, but how much of her true self must she give up? A violin prodigy, Ayumi’s only solace is her music. When she is deprived of her violin, she feels like her mother has died all over again. Desperate for a violin, she shoc... more
  • Adventures of Squeaky Doo: A Teddy Bear's Adventures

    by Brenda Mohammed

    Children love Squeaky Doo. You will too.

    This short story collection teaches children Geography, Cultures, and love for pets. 

    Adventures of Squeaky Doo : A Teddy Bear's Adventures is the Travel Memoirs of Squeaky Doo, a child's short story collection.. 
    1. Squeaky Doo on the Beach -  Squeaky Doo has a scary adventure on the beach. You will want to keep on readi... more

  • Ayumi's Violin

    by Mariko Tatsumoto
    In 1959, after her mother dies, twelve-year-old Ayumi, a violin prodigy, must leave her home in Japan. She crosses the Pacific Ocean alone to come live with a Caucasian father she’s never met, a resentful half-sister, and a racist stepmother. Ayumi wants to be accepted by her new family, but how much of her true self must she give up? Her only solace is her music, but when she is deprived of her violin, she feels like her mother has died all over again and shocks even herself by doing the unthi... more

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