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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Do You See the Giant?

    by Srividhya Lakshmanan

    A colorful picture book that can teach your toddler to compare sizes through animals. And, learn thirteen animal names and their favorite foods.
    What’s included in this book:
    1) FUN and EYE-POPPING illustrations.
    2) LARGE BOOK for an easy flip through.
    3) BIGGER Fonts.
    4) LIMITED text keeping in mind toddlers attention span.
    The book can help subtly communicate that no one is big or small, and everyone has got a unique place in our world.

  • Too Cute to Spook

    by Diana Aleksandrova

    Lorry wants to be the scariest monster of all, but unlike the other monsters, he doesn’t look scary at all. Lorry is cute and kids aren’t afraid of cute little monsters.

  • The Kneelees and The Standees

    by Roy Adorjan
    Separately, the Kneelees and the Standees have come to a crossroad... But, where will the road chosen take them? Will the road taken be of equal ground? And which way will the whispering wind blow? In a story for the ages, in a tale for the next generation, The Kneelees and the Standees face a change in the world; gasping for the breath of a nation. This is a story rooted in the basic, fundamental message of freedom and equality. It is an age old tale told about being different, yet still the sa... more
  • The Brass Starling

    by Isaac Peterson
    The Brass Starling focuses on a Jewish family in 1910 who have had to flee Eastern Europe to New York City. The main character, 16-year-old Talia, uncovers proof of an ancient evil (only named in Jewish mythology) asserting its influence over corporate bosses: the Amalek. The book is filled with turn-of-the-century technology and magic set against the historical backdrop of the labor movement.
  • One Little Wish

    by Kelly Kas
    After a wish gone awry, 8-year-old Simon receives a magical ball that won't stop growing larger. He realizes what his new ball is capable of and that wishes really do come true.
  • Flying Change

    by GG Collins
    Molly dreams of becoming an Olympic equestrian. When she lands a job at a local stable against her father’s wishes, she is excited and hopes dad will acquiesce. The owner of Reintree Stables exchanges her work for riding lessons and she believes she is on her way. But life has a habit of throwing challenges in front of us. Molly is no exception. Two frightening incidents occur and Molly comes to believe she is a coward. If she can’t overcome this notion, her riding career is over. What she doesn... more
  • 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