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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • My side of the scarf: A children's book about friendship

    by CARMEN PARETS LUQUE

    "My side of the scarf" is a children's book about the meaning of true friendship, to teach the youngest children their value with the story of the scarf that united Oliver and Violet. The two friends spend good times together and bad, which put their scarf to the test. Sometimes it seems that it breaks or disappears. Other times, it drowns them, and more often, they feel the warmth and love it transmits.

  • Dandy Daddy Long Legs

    by Anat Tour
    Meet Dandy! He's not a spider! Follow him as he meets new friends and learns how to tie his shoes. Beautifully illustrated hardcover book with a jacket sleeve.
  • Naughty Week

    by Matt Donnelly
    Naughty Week… That time between Christmas and New Year’s when Santa goes on vacation and kids are allowed to be as naughty as they want to be. Or is it? For Harrison and his brother Max, it most certainly is because they found the travel itinerary that proves it. When one of Santa’s misfit elves arrives to collect the evidence, she further fuels the boys’ naughty adventures. But when Harrison takes Naughty Week too far with a literal cat burglar and hatches a plot to “fake rob” a bank, things... more
  • Stuck at Thirteen

    by Rosemary Feld
    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to simply stop aging? The idea of youthful immortality can be appealing. But what if you suddenly discovered that you were stuck at a certain age… mentally, emotionally, and physically? And what if that age was that of a young adolescent? You’d never be able to become a legal adult, get a full-time job, marry, or raise a family. How would others react to you? And what if the government was very interested in this unique ability that you ha... more
  • The Story of Baby 'L'

    by Mary Jane Springer
    It is a delightful, loving, and amusing picture book story about a baby's life before he is born. He has the ability to hear, touch, feel, and taste. It is unique...because the baby is telling the tale of what it is like to live inside his mother's womb. He imagines life and live in the outside world around him.
  • Matter of the May Mouse

    by Kirsten Brewer Gant
    The Matter of the May Mouse tells the story of the great big things that are inside all of us, no matter what size we are.
  • Monsters Are Afraid of Babies

    by Nicholas Tana
    A boy learns to face his fear of monsters after discovering that monsters are afraid of his baby sister. Inspired by a child’s imagination, this children’s picture book features a timeless, rhythmical tale by Nicholas Tana with beautiful illustrations by Jessica Abbott and Elise Leutwyler. Simple enough for kids but profound enough for parents, children will learn how the fears they have of others are often the same fears others have of them. This New Classics Books publication is a must for eve... more
  • 978-1-64184-079-8

    by Lisa Fontanella
    Crystal’s Quest: An Adventure into the World of Gemstones is an award-winning finalist in the Children’s Mind/Body/Spirit category of the 2019 International Book Awards. This children’s book was written for young readers ages 7-11 and invites readers into the world of geology through Crystal’s entertaining adventures. Crystal’s Quest is a story about friendship, emotions and the amazing properties of gemstones. Each story revolves around Crystal and her beagle buddy, Noodle, and all the c... more
  • Gratia Park Zoo

    by Hayley Matthews
    Gratia Park Zoo is a collection of 5 fast-paced, rhyming and educational children’s stories about animal friends who live in a zoo. Embark on exciting adventures in this beautifully illustrated book the whole family will enjoy.
  • 1947228951

    by Łukasz Przybylski
    Count Artis of the Kingdom of Draxban discovers the ancient mechanism that allows him to move freely between lands. Along with the boon, there is a threat. Worlds have been contaminated by impure forces, which reveal themselves, wreaking havoc.The areas remaining in isolation will soon be on the brink of war, which will determine their fate. In order to face the demons, witches and vampires from the dark of Lanar, people are forced not only to unite, but also to ask for the help of Angels.Nobody... more
  • The Hidden Treasure of HVAC Services

    by jimmy Malik
    Generally, it's strongly advised that you decide on a seasoned contractor to install that replacement unit. An air-conditioning contractor is going to do a load calculation to fix the suitable central air-conditioning unit for your house. Also, you need a seasoned ac contractor to work out which capacity of the unit size your home requires. Also, you should address repairs whenever possible, a minor problem could become a significant issue that's a lot more costly than necessary. Standard air... more
  • Metal Like Me

    by D. W. Saur
    As a child, Vinny was unaware of his and his family’s difference but, as he got older, Vinny noticed that he was, in fact, not like other children. Because he was a metalhead, Vinny had a hard time making friends in elementary school. This changed as he entered middle school, where Vinny finally found friends who were metal like him. The group did not have an easy time as they were bullied or picked on for much of their first year. Tired of being viewed as different, Vinny came up with a plan to... more
  • The Curse of Purgatory Cove

    by Pete A O'Donnell
    There are ghosts waiting in the water. and Tom, a paperboy has met an old man who claims to be a 300-year-old pirate cursed to live on the land. Tom is trying to escape going to bordering school and he want's to sail to his dad in Florida. The old man says he'll help the paperboy by fixing his father's boat, but he wants Tom to do one thing for him. He must sail out on the night of the summer solstice and recover the pirate's treasure from the magical island of Tir-na_Nog.
  • ALYCAT AND THE TOURNAMENT TUESDAY

    by Alysson Foti Bourque
    Can Alycat's brother, Bugsy, win his golf tournament without his lucky ball? Find out how Alycat's mistake turns into a valuable lesson for all in this fourth book of the award-winning Alycat series.
  • I Found Some Ancient Hieroglyphs

    by J.R. LaMar
    Come learn about the jolly world we live in. From Lost Angeles to Sydney and Cape Town to Split; a whole new world will unfold before your very eyes. A world where locks lose their power and yo-yo's can swing, where cities can walk, and cave walls can sing. Where countries have heart and heroes can fly, come open this world and give it a try.
  • Handy Howie's Day Off

    by Lizz Howe
    Join Handy Howie, the loveable mechanic, for an all-new adventure! Howie is always working hard and decides even he needs to take a break! So what happens when he tries to plan a fun day off with his boys?

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