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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Cowlicks & Freckles

    by Robin S. Garland

    Jelly Douglas is a self-starter who likes to help others; but, she has an awkward way of showing it when self-awareness always seems to get her into new predicaments.

    Asking questions, no one appears to be able to answer, when Jelly starts a new business to earn money; her jealous friends and nagging sisters try to block her progress every time.

    Meeting Madison Winterbaum who is smarter and more intuitive than her, Jelly learns Sign Language to communicate with Madison, and Madiso... more

  • Jack and the Case of the Missing Sandwich

    by D J Romeo
    Jack is a furry detective on a mission. After being falsely accused of stealing, Jack solves the mystery and makes a new friend in the process.
  • Animal Homes ZXA: an Out of Order Alphabet Book

    by Barbara Gibbon
    Children often depend on ABC order to name letters. If the letters were mixed up, would your child still recognize them? Filled with rich illustrations of animals and their habitats, this book teaches letters by shape and beginning letter sound, rather than alphabetical order.
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    This book is great for teaching early literacy skills such as letter knowledge, beginning letter sounds, and vocabulary. The ABCs are mixed up to encourage teaching letters by shape and beginning letter sound rather than rote memorization. The animals are arranged according to their habitat.
  • "Maxwell, the Raindrop: Am I Still Me?"

    by Joseph Moore
    Yesterday Maxwell fell to save a thirsty flower. Now he experiences the water cycle as he turns into vapor, then a snowflake and eventually back into water. At each change he asks himself “how can I change and still be me?” At the end of the story, he becomes friends with a dandelion who goes through changes of her own and asks the same question. “Am I Still Me?” is a story that celebrates growth and change.
  • Maxwell, the Raindrop Who Wouldn't Fall

    by Joseph Moore
    Maxwell does not want to simply fall like the other raindrops. He feels that, as a raindrop, he has little importance. He wants to be a bird, a rainbow or a flower. Throughout the story, the grandfatherly cloud tries to gently assure Maxwell that rain is a part of everything that he wants to be, so it is important for him to simply be himself. At the end of the story, all of the other raindrops have fallen and Maxwell sees a thirsty flower that was missed by the other raindrops. The flower w... more
  • Rhama: The elephant from the Taste of Paradise Island

    by Ulla Ringle
    a baby elephant falls into a well, he gets rescued and ends up in an orphanage; the book tells his trials and tribulations and how he becomes famous
  • It's Okay, I'm Watching

    by Dr. Chenee' Gilbert
    Growing up in Scott Park, Florida, ten-year-old LaTrell Wiggins lives a normal life. She has it all—two loving parents Luis and Paulina, her humorous younger brother Daryl, and ride-or-die childhood friends, Chandler and Shajuan. But this all changes when cancer takes LaTrell's mother. The Wiggins are left to pick up the pieces and figure things out emotionally. If this isn't enough, puberty introduces itself to LaTrell, causing her to reluctantly accept that her body is changing. During this ... more
  • Englisha and David's Adventurous Vacation

    by Michellene Barrett
    Englisha Regents thinks David Henriquez is the hottest guy in school. He is cute, has shiny black hair, and speaks fluent Spanish: all qualities that make a perfect boyfriend in her eyes. When she finally captures his attention and invites him to her sweet sixteen birthday party, Englisha has no idea that a grand adventure waits for both of them. Englisha and David’s Adventurous Vacation is the story of two teens as they embark on a journey of independence and self-discovery and learn valuable l... more
  • Englisha and Laurenthina: Best Friends Forever?

    by Michellene Barrett

    It had been one interesting summer vacation with several near death experiences. Englisha was just excited to be alive and to start senior year at Jackson High. A new school year meant a fresh start. Englisha and her best friend Laurenthina had an argument over the summer but Englisha never thought it would be the end of their friendship. When Englisha decides to apologize to Laurenthina, it seems as if Laurenthina is not quite ready to mend their friendship. In fact, it seems like her plan i... more

  • Chesca and the Spirit of Grace

    by Lara O'Brien

    11 year-old Chesca O'Brien, Howth's greatest (and only) Trick Rider plans to ride Malley, the farm's wild stallion, and put on a show no one will forget -especially show jumping champion, Mary Murphy. But then her mother gets sick and her Da stops talking which leaves the farmyard gate wide open to all kinds of problems. Inspired by Ireland's most famous Pirate Queen, Grace O'Malley, Chesca must take on the might of a developer, rally a town, and fight the fight of he... more

  • Pepe and Paco

    by Katharine Laura
    "In Old-fashioned Story Series Book II, young readers with become familiar with more advanced vocabulary and savor the power of the descriptive word. This tale relates how the captivating kitten Pepito of yesteryear (Book I) metamorphoses into a formidable tomcat and takes it upon himself to teach a young newcomer tomcat, Paco, some savvy from his bag of tricks… and he uses his imagination until it runs wild! Pepe is a Tiger, his markings are decidedly and conveniently striped. He has a slink... more
  • The Exploits of Sam Towery

    by Warren Walter

       Sam Towery, an orphan living with his grandmother in the small town of St. Dismas, feels trapped. Not the biggest fan of school and other people’s rules, Sam makes the best of things by hanging out with his friends, practicing with the swim team, and trying to get to know the intriguing new girl in town. One day, Sam gets in big trouble at school and decides to join his friend Carlos on a Halloween night adventure.  When the adventure turns tragic, Sam sudden... more

  • 978-1-63338-006-6

    by Anna Arrigo
    Ever wonder why the moon is up there so high? If you can talk to the him, what would you say? Would you ask him to come down and play? Where do you think he goes when the night is gone? A child's musing with the stellar entity we call the moon is a great way to open up discussions about some many other questions children have asked you.
  • Sami the Magic Bear: A Trip to the Hospital!

    by Murielle Bourdon
    SAMI, the magical teddy bear comes to the aid of children who feel alone and who are facing troubling events that occur in the course of their lives. Today, SAMI intervenes in the life of Laurie facing illness and offers his support and helps her to get through these difficult times.
  • Sami the Magic Bear - No to Bullying!

    by Murielle Bourdon
    Thomas is a very smart student at his school. He excels in Math and French, but because of this he is called "teacher's pet" and "Genius" by the basketball team captain, Victor, and his friends. After school one day, coincidentally on his birthday, he runs into Victor and his friends and gets bullied verbally and physically. He does not tell his parents or grandparents when he gets home, but instead chooses to enjoy the birthday celebration they all planned for him. After all, he could use all t... more

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