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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Bones of Who We Are

    by CL Walters
    Gabe Daniels always figured his DNA is flawed. One only has to look to his past to see it, and it's why he’s tried to hide it in new layers of his life: his new home, his adoptive parents, Seth, Abby. But darkness is always at his heels. With the impending death of his former best friend - a death for which he feels responsible - the depression, the broken relationships, the day-to-day struggle, and the monster trying to break out of him have left a debris field in his wake. Gabe decides the br... more
  • The Ugly Truth

    by CL Walters
    If faced with perpetuating the perfect lie or confessing the ugly truth, which would you choose? Seth Peters has been angry for a long time. Living with an abusive, alcoholic father has that effect. When he wakes up in a hospital - outside of his body - due to an accident that he doesn’t remember, Seth is no longer angry; he’s terrified. As his memories begin to return, he is confronted with a legacy of lies he’s constructed to survive the pain of his own life. Realizing he’s no different ... more
  • Swimming Sideways

    by CL Walters
    What do you do when your world has fallen apart, and there doesn’t seem to be a way to put it back together? Abby Kaiāulu (Kaw ee aw oo loo) gets the chance to start over when her family relocates from Hawaii to a small town on the Oregon coast. But she’s hiding a secret. Leaving the past and the cultural lessons of her Hawaiian grandfather behind, Abby redefines who she is to hide it. There’s Good Abby - she makes and follows the rules - and there’s Bad Abby - she always questions ... more
  • Mama's Bag

    by Anat Tour
    Mama's bag captures the essence of a little girl's playful curiosity as she imagines and describes the contents of her Mama's Bag.
  • The Underground Toy Society

    by Jessica D. Adams
    What happens to toys when children don't play with them? Where do toys go when their children grow up? What happens when there are too many toys in one house? Find out when Samantha goes on an exciting underground adventure as she tries to find her best friend after they were separated.
  • Death by Midnight: The Secret Life of Anna Goode series

    by Nicole Nadeau
    Anna Goode is a teenaged-genius with a secret—her homemade inventions that she only shares with her best friend, Jake. But when a shadowy figure kidnaps Anna’s parents, she is forced to help him carry out his mysterious plan. With her inventions and Jake by her side, Anna must use her gifted mind to save not only her parents but countless others. And she better hurry. Because the clock is ticking.
  • The Liking Tree: An Antisocial Media Fable

    by John Allen Wooden
    When two children befriend a strange tree, they quickly become enchanted by its flattery & dazzling distractions. But time goes by, and as the tree’s true nature is revealed, the children must decide whether to live by its lonely rules, or walk away to rediscover the joys of real life and true friendship.
  • Life Skillz: with a Z for Zealous

    by Nikel Dixon
    My book is a Book for Teens that focus on Self Help. The information in my self help book help guide the teens when faced with situations during their developmental stage in Life. My book is also a workbook so the teen can answer questions related to each chapter also there is a journal added in the last pages . The focus for “Life Skillz with a Z for Zealous” is to write a series because we all know that teenagers lives can be like a series of situations.
  • Scoot to Bed

    by andreja irving
    Avoiding bedtime is Tiana’s specialty. How many excuses can she come up with to delay her going to bed? 25 colourful illustrations accompany this beautifully written children’s book about bedtime routines. You will love the surprising and unexpected twist at the end of the book, that every parent will relate to. Suitable for ages 3 - 8 years old. Colourful illustrations engage your child to follow along with the story and give a parent a chance to review and talk about set routines in their ow... more
  • Scoot to Bed (Shadow Skyland)

    by Andreja Irving

    Avoiding bedtime is Tiana’s specialty. How many excuses can she come up with to delay her going to

     bed? 25 colourful illustrations accompany this beautifully written children’s book about bedtime routines. You will love the surprising and unexpected twist at the end of the book, that every parent will relate to. Suitable for ages 3 - 8 years old. Colourful illustrations engage your child to follow along with the story and give a parent a chance to review and talk about... more

  • Blowback '94

    by Brian Meehl

    Iris Jongler-Jinks is about to make her greatest discovery yet. If you want to rescue someone who’s lost in the past—DIY—do it yourself.

    In Blowback ’07, Iris discovered her family’s ancient cor anglais—the Horn of Angels—that sends time voyagers to the past to heal their destinies. She’s certain it’s where her mother is—marooned in the past.

    In Blowback ’63, Iris discovered that her twin... more

  • The Cockatoo From Timbuktu

    by William AE Ford
    Join Kian the cockatoo on his adventures around the world! Can a childhood song about a shining star help him find his way home? From the Great Barrier Reef to the Great Wall of China to New York City, wonders of the world are explored delightfully in this epic journey!
  • Algernon the Alligator

    by Danielle (Kellett) Gonzalez
    Algernon is a reading and speaking alligator that lives in a library in Louisiana. His friends, Sylvia the librarian and Herman the cleaning man, are the only ones who can understand him… At least so far. When Algernon is “rescued” from the library, he has to use all his smarts and instincts to find his way home. He makes a new friend and escape strangers in the swamp plans.
  • Never Mind (Duke the Deaf Dog ASL Series)

    by Kelly Brakenhoff

    Duke the deaf dog does not like it when he's told "never mind."

    Whether it happens at preschool or the park, both parents and children will relate to feeling left out when you aren't part of the action.

    A great way to teach children that everyone deserves to be included in conversations.

    Bonus American Sign Language material inside:

    • Learn 10 ASL signs within the story.
    • Learn 5 ASL concepts for the English... more
  • Scoot To Bed

    by Andreja Irving
    Avoiding bedtime is Tiana’s specialty. How many excuses can she come up with to delay her going to bed? 25 colourful illustrations accompany this beautifully written children’s book about bedtime routines. You will love the surprising and unexpected twist at the end of the book, that every parent will relate to. Suitable for ages 3 - 8 years old. Colourful illustrations engage your child to follow along with the story and give a parent a chance to review and talk about set routines in their own ... more
  • I BITE THE BAD GUYS: A TALE OF THE KOREAN TIGER

    by MaryJo P. Glover, Debbi Kent, and Joan Suwalsky, and Lee, Woong Ki

    Does Horangi, the Korean tiger and proud protector of the village, dare take an afternoon off? He lets his friend Kkachi, the magpie, talk him into it, but he just can’t shake the feeling that something isn’t right. Could there be bad guys around? If there are, Horangi will bite them...‘cause that’s what tigers do! Horangi and Kkachi are the stars in this engaging story that takes 4 - 8-year-old children, their parents, and their teachers along on a fun-filled escapade... more

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