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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Without Notice

    by GG Collins
    Blended families are okay until it affects Courtney’s family. It’s bad enough her father moves the family to a new city after her mother is killed, but then they meet his girlfriend Silky. Courtney resists in the only way a thirteen-year-old can; being unkind even when she doesn’t want to be. But a new friendship with a troubled but adventurous girl allows Courtney to try new experiences, until one of these lands them in trouble. Courtney will have to depend on Silky for help.
  • Cheese? Yes, Please!

    by D.A. Jennings

    Kip, the mischievous mouse is back still causing chaos. Friends are not always easy to find. if you're lucky, you may come upon someone special and different. Kip learns what it means to be a friend in my new illustrated book. While searching for something to eat, he meets a lonely girl and together their imaginations soar, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

  • The Groston Rules

    by Mark Binder
    Seven friends trying to graduate high school get caught up with bullying, climate change, and other dysfunctions… THE GROSTON RULES is an edgy book for high school readers. With suspenseful twists and turns, it is a captivating and lighthearted high school tale about teens in trouble, surviving through their strong friendships.
  • segways

    by clifton mora
    Segway is an original device that is used for fast and safe movement on city streets. This is the best choice for those who value comfort and do not like to get stuck in traffic jams. The Segway is equipped with an ergonomic footrest, monochrome screen and a heavy duty battery. The device is capable of supporting a pilot weighing up to 110 kg, so children, teenagers and adults can ride it without any problems.In our online store you can order Segways at an affordable price with home delivery. 
  • Marvelous Masks

    by Nicole Billick
    Do you know any little ones who are wary of wearing masks because of COVID-19? Or know any who are wondering why everyone suddenly seems to be wearing masks? Have you been trying to find a way to make your young children comfortable wearing a mask without feeling strange or anxious? Have an upcoming event or travel where your child will have to wear a mask? Then Marvelous Masks is for you! A fun and beautifully hand-drawn story that explains how masks have been part of our world for a LON... more
  • The Last Meal

    by Yuno Imai
    The Last Meal compassionately tackles a difficult and controversial subject to educate readers about the death penalty. The story follows four fictional death row inmates on their final days before their executions. All of the characters are adorable birds who must face the consequence of their actions. Chase, Peter, Fred and James are each given the same opportunity to have one last special meal of their choosing to reflect on the past and find closure as they come to the end of their life.
  • Trevor and Me

    by Yuno Imai
    Trevor and Me defies the boundaries of age, gender and race. It is a heartwarming story about reincarnation based on the real-life friendship between an elderly Caucasian man and a young Asian girl. As Trevor’s health starts to decline and he prepares to die, he promises to always be with the girl even after he’s gone. Trevor dies and the girl is filled with grief until one day she begins to receive signs to let her know Trevor is and always will be with her.
  • July in August

    by Maryjo Paradis-Smith
    Long Description: Twelve-year-old July Krativitiz lives in Maplewood, New Hampshire with her adorable two-year-old brother, Abe, and her drug-addicted mother. July's life is complicated. Her mother is often too stoned to care for her little brother. So July must either stay home to protect him or pray for his safety when she is at school. Mary White, an elderly neighbor, offers help. But when Mrs. White discovers what's going on with July's mother, she takes some very drastic actions. Fo... more
  • Whale of Wonder

    by Marie-Paule Mahoney
  • My Big Curly Fro

    by Alyssa Mcclelland
    A little girl has a number of big questions about fitting in at school. She loves going to school and meeting her friends but isn't a very big fan of her hair which is so different from the others. How does she get to fit in with her friends who do not have her kind of hair, and why is hers not as lovely as her friend's? Then one day she meets a new classmate who has all the answers to her questions.
  • Earth to Larry

    by sandra lee caouette
    My inspiration for writing this book is when my Dad passed away. He and my Mom taught me that love, humor, kindness, and perseverance will prevail if I just believed. And so, I did. We will all face many challenges in life, it is how we react that will shape our future. Lobsters were once everywhere UNTIL someone decided that they were delicious. Up until then they were considered low class and used for cat food. INSULTING! In this series, Larry loses his Dad to a trap. He remembers all that ... more
  • Don't Stop Yourself From Being You

    by Arrabella Gochuico
    Arrabella Gochuico is a 7-year old author and illustrator. Originally from the Philippines, she and her family migrated to the US when she was 10 months old. Dancing is always her favorite pastime. Every summer, she goes to dance and ballet classes. She loves to perform and wishes to be part of the performing arts someday.
  • GROW: How We Get Food from Our Garden

    by Karl Beckstrand
    (Gardening) A black child and grandfather till, plant, water, and harvest produce in a colorful picture book garden. Includes online tips for starting your own garden. Tongue twister for ages 4 – 7; 325 dyslexic-friendly words; 28 pages (hard/soft/ebook)
  • The Kingdom of Socks

    by Karlo Repar
    Little John is trying to solve the mystery of his lost socks. Day by day, the number of socks decreased rapidly. Was it his old grandma's fault, loud wash machine or something above that, that takes place in his wardrobe ? Relationship of life and common sense suddenly became brittle in his head while marching through the time. Only what remained in his warm heart were the unchangeable moral values, eternal love for his siblings and the mysterious stories.
  • A Going Home Surprise

    by Ann Marie Hannon

    I decided to writeI "A Going Home Surprise" to help parents speak with their child about the benefits as well as the problems which may occur with owning a pet.  My book shows how owning a pet can be immensely rewarding and soothing, especially  for a child whose sense of caring may result in "worries" or feeling anxious."  Readers will find  "A Going Home Surprise" guarantees a “happy read” with an important message and inter... more

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