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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Paladin (Firebrand, book 2)

    by Sarah MacTavish

    When Lincoln calls for volunteers to put down the rebellion, four friends become soldiers for different reasons. Freedom. Justice. Love. Revenge. But they’re united by a secret… one of them is a girl in disguise.

    “This is my country, and I aim to fight for it. You can help me, or get out of my way. Your choice.”

    Hidden under an over-sized uniform and a false name, Saoirse Callahan strives to prove herself as strong and brave as any ... more

  • Life Sliding

    by S.L. Mauldin
    As his junior year in high school comes to an end, Gavin Bailey realizes his privileged world as the most popular kid in school is a lie. To make matters worse his father, feeling his overly-indulged son needs redirection, sends him off for the summer to assist at a camp for children with special needs. Suddenly forced to dabble in a world less familiar, Gavin’s past catches up with him at Camp Lift Me Up. An event from his sophomore year comes to the forefront at the same time he encounters... more
  • Intrusion

    by Rosalind Minett

    Book 1 of a WWII cross-over trilogy, A Relative Invasion. 

    1937, South London.  The Wilsons's worry about the threat of war blinds them to war developing in their own home. Their lonely son Billy is excited when his cousin, aunt and uncle move to live nearby. His excitement soon turns to dismay, for Uncle Frank is a bully who resents Billy’s sturdiness, while the frail and artistic Kenneth is hideously devious. The adults only see is his porcelain looks, not his... more

  • Lyla Lyte and the Loot Tree

    by I'deyah Ricketts

    What if money grew on trees? What would you buy with it? Would you use it to satisfy your own pleasures, or better lives with it?

    Everything is going good for 9-year-old school girl LYLA LYTE. MAYOR CRINKLE has changed his evil ways. He lifted the ban on reading books, the town has a new name, Coverfield, and the new library is going to be built. Well…everything except for the new library. While watching Crinkle News, Lyla finds out that financial troubles are to blame for... more

  • Lyla Lyte and the Li'berry Fruit

    by I'deyah Ricketts

    Nine-year-old LYLA LYTE is desperate to use her imagination, but she doesn’t know how. Several attempts end in failure before Lyla’s mother, MRS. LYTE, reveals that, before Lyla was born, there were objects called books that helped people learn how to use their imaginations. But MAYOR CRINKLE banned all books and ordered them to be buried.

    Despite promising to keep this newfound information a secret, Lyla tells all her best friends, MEGAN, SAMANTHA, and NICK. They join her i... more

  • Compass (Book #2)

    by JENNIFER GIBSON
    Being a teenager is hard enough. To be hard of hearing on top of that is like being stuck in the middle of a never ending soap opera. In Compass, the sequel to Sway, Jessie's life begins to change its course, sending her toward a new reality. When her world is suddenly ripped apart by an angry rival, the one person she trusted to stand by her side simply walks away. With her composure shattered, Jessie questions everything she believed about herself, and as her life takes her on a new path, it t... more
  • Destiny (Book #3)

    by JENNIFER GIBSON
    Jessie is determined not to let her hearing loss hold her back. She aims her sights even higher as she ventures in a new direction. With a Black Belt on the horizon, and so close to achieving it, she is unaware of the danger closing in on her. Until one day, everything suddenly changes and she finds herself standing on the precipice of life. Will she be strong enough to hold on or will she succumb to the darkness that surrounds her?
  • If You Were Me and Lived in...Ancient Greece

    by Carole P. Roman
    Join Carole P. Roman and travel through time to visit the most interesting civilizations throughout history in the first four books of her new series. Learn what kind of food you might eat in Ancient Greece, the clothes you wore in 15th century Renaissance Italy, what your name could be in Elizabethan England, and what Colonial American children did for fun. If You Were Me and Lived in...does for history what her other award-winning series did for culture. So get on-board this time-travel machin... more
  • If You Were Me and Lived in... Elizabethan England

    by Carole P. Roman
    Join Carole P. Roman and travel through time to visit the most interesting civilizations throughout history in the first four books of her new series. Learn what kind of food you might eat in Ancient Greece, the clothes you wore in 15th century Renaissance Italy, what your name could be in Elizabethan England, and what Colonial American children did for fun. If You Were Me and Lived in...does for history what her other award-winning series did for culture. So get on-board this time-travel machin... more
  • The Feast for the Beasts: a rhyming story with a twist

    by charlie parris
    A fun rhyming jungle story for 4-7 year olds. Ryan the Lion celebrates his birthday, as all the beasts bring along food that rhymes with themselves! But they are in for a BIG surprise!
  • The Reading Parrot Named Darwin

    by Mary Sage Nguyen
    This is a Children's Picture Book for children ages 2-12. Lana is a writer, and who is suffering from a case of writer’s block. She receives an African grey parrot from her elderly aunt. She later finds out this parrot is no ordinary bird, but one that can read. The parrot assists her with overcoming writer’s block. They become friends, and she learns that inspiration can come from anyone!
  • Little Miss Lotsie At The Play

    by R. Melvin McKenzie
    Coach Melvin, award-winning author of The Book on Internal STRESS Release wants children everywhere to discover the wondrous, fun, and sometimes humorous ways they can understand and enjoy the usage of the sometimes confusing words of homonyms. Homonyms can particularly befuddle immigrants who have a hard time just understanding the basic English language. 20% of the 2016 profits from his book are being donated to the Make A Wish Foundation.
  • Rahley the Silent Slug

    by N.D. Byma
    The story of a friendly slug who is afraid of the sound of his own voice. It isn't that Rahley can't speak, he just worries that he will either sound scary or silly and chooses to remain silent believing it to be the safest thing to do. One day, Rahley must face his biggest fear in order to save his friends and will learn a valuable lesson in the process.
  • Sela Blue and the First Day of School

    by Alisia Dale
    Meet Sela Blue, a charming 6-year old girl living in the town of Chateauguay. She lives in the Musical Village, where all the streets are named after classical musical composers. It is Sela Blue's first day of school and she has been dreaming about it all summer. Experience her excitement and anticipation as she counts down to the big day!
  • County Line Road

    by Marie Etzler
    With no money for college, the possibility of a track scholarship is the one hope on the horizon for 17-year old Jimmy Bodine. All he wants is to run – away from the lies at home and towards his only chance of a life. When his manipulative stepmother sets him up to take the fall for a theft he did not commit, and his unyielding father does not believe him, Jimmy begins a search to clear his name. He discovers pieces of the past that could endanger more than just his future.
  • 123 Count With Me: Fun With Numbers and Animals

    by Sybrina Durant
    Learn to count from one to ten and back again with the help of cherubic children and cuddly animals.

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