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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Transmit Joy!

    by Mark Binder
    Cavemen! Wolves! Bad Manners! A troll, a candy store and bunny rabbits? Plus lots and lots of chocolate! Your whole family will enjoy listening to Mark Binder’s “Transmit Joy! an awesome (audio) storybook.”
  • Try! Try! Try!

    by Lindsey Craig
    ”You can roar you can hop, even slippity-slide! All you have to do is Try! Try! Try!" Oh, it's fun to learn new things! In Lindsey Craig's new get-up-and move book TRY! TRY! TRY! your children will hop with bunnies, roar with a bear, then smile to watch as animals overcome their shyness to do some very silly dancing, indeed! Lindsey Craig's musical text and Ying Hui Tan’s endearing illustrations will make this book a childhood favorite.
  • The Angels on My Tree

    by Lu Ann Kaldor
    The Angels on My Tree is the story of a family's first Christmas without their father. It is a story of healing and triumphant new beginnings. Inspired by a trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the mother changed the focus of the season from getting to giving. By thinking of ways to make the miracle of Christmas visible to all, they started a tradition that has passed on to the next generation. This is our story; we hope it becomes your family's tradition.
  • Little Jessie's Beach Fun

    by Gowri Nat
    Jessie loves going to the beach with her Dad. She is very good at making new friends at the beach. In this story, Jessie meets a new friend at the beach. She wants to surprise her friend by making something really special. Do you want to know who her new friend is? What is the special surprise that she has got for her new friend? Flip open the book and let’s dive into Jessie’s world.
  • The Daddy Monster : Take Your Little Monster to Work Day

    by Charles Harper
    THE MONSTER YOUR KIDS WILL LOVE! This is a unique children's book, different from all the rest. First, this story tells about the importance of caring for the environment but not in a preachy way. Second, the intent of this book is to bring parent and child closer together. So, in that sense, it is the perfect book to read to your child. Third, it has a tutorial in the back to explain things discussed in the book. For instance, it explains how the earth's magnetism makes a compass work. ... more
  • A Day with Teddy

    by Bruni Johnson
  • Let's Vote! A Fruitful Election Tale

    by Anita Iaco
    It's Election Day, and Miss Jenn's students have to vote for the official class fruit. Three students are chosen to speak for the banana, the orange and the apple. They present some nice and some not-so-nice reasons why their fruit should receive the most votes. While only one fruit wins, everyone learns how important it is to make promises you can keep, tell the truth and be nice.
  • Ornaments of Love

    by Sharlin Craig
    A touching Christmas story with glowing illustrations, Ornaments of Love is a story to cherish for years to come. A beautiful tale of Ayana, an endearing ten-year-old who excitedly anticipates that special time of year when the entire family joins together to decorate and admire the Christmas tree. But sadly this year is different. Ayana realizes that her mom and dad are far too busy with everything else to enjoy the tree with Ayana. Then, something unexpected happens and the family is broug... more
  • Nesthaekchen and her Dolls

    by Steven Lehrer
    KIRKUS REVIEW A new translation of the first novel in a children's series from a century ago introduces a sunny German heroine. Lehrer continues his important and approachable annotated translation of the series of beloved German children's classics with this English-language rendition of 1913's Nesthäkchen und ihre Puppen. This is the first installment in Ury's 10-book series starring blonde, blue-eyed Annemarie Braun, the "Nesthäkchen," or little pet daughter, in the family of a successful Ber... more
  • My Africa Vacation

    by ozi okaro
    Five-year-old Arinze and his older sister Cheta wait impatiently for school to end. Mommy and Daddy have told them this year they’re going to visit Africa. Arinze and Cheta have never visited Africa, but they’ve grown up listening to their parents talk about the wonders of the great continent. Starting in Kenya, Arinze’s family travels to ten African countries, demonstrating how vibrant and multifaceted the African landscape and cultures really are. They get to go on safari, gaze with wonder ... more
  • Nesthäkchen and Her Dolls: First English edition of the German Children's Classic Translated and annotated by Steven Lehrer (Vo

    by Steven Lehrer
    KIRKUS REVIEW A new translation of the first novel in a children's series from a century ago introduces a sunny German heroine. Lehrer continues his important and approachable annotated translation of the series of beloved German children's classics with this English-language rendition of 1913's Nesthäkchen und ihre Puppen. This is the first installment in Ury's 10-book series starring blonde, blue-eyed Annemarie Braun, the "Nesthäkchen," or little pet daughter, in the family of a successful Be... more
  • Red: The Untold Story

    by Angela M Hudson
    Once every twenty years, pack alpha Luther takes a new wife. On the day of Selection, Red is chosen. Just as her family always planned. Just as she always planned. Until she met Alex Plain. Alex took Red to worlds she never imagined, where the ordinary is seen as magical, and the upright is abstract. With the help of this new friendship, Red begins to see a future for herself outside of the pack. But, unfortunately, Alex Plain came along too late. Red is obligated to marry Luther now, an... more
  • Maddie's Monsters

    by Jonathan Gould
    Strange things are happening in Maddie’s house. Objects keep disappearing, and Maddie’s family can’t imagine where they’ve gone. Only Maddie knows that her monsters have taken them. Can she get her family to believe her? And can she get her monsters to give everything back?
  • When Mommy Is in Heaven

    by Wendy Hackey
    Micah's school is having a Mother's Day Tea Party. Though he knows that his mommy is in Heaven, he believes that if he asks God to allow her to come to the party, since it is for mother's and grandmothers, God will allow her to come. It is a sweet and touching story that offers an important message about family, love, loss and healing.
  • Chuckaboo: an Appalachian Trail novel

    by Christopher Fitzgerald

        Nobody expects a runaway to hide on the Appalachian Trail.
        Don Gallagher, 16, joins a springtime migration of backpackers. They trek northbound in Georgia.
        Hikers nickname him Chuckaboo.
        Pent up frustration has led him to the mountains. He’s boycotting home. He will not return unless that skin-headed couch potato—also known as Mom’s boyfriend—moves out.
       &nb... more

  • BuzzyLuvz: Practice Kindness: Lesson 6: Be Thankful (Volume 6)

    by Marnie Howard
    Kindness is essential in our world today and must be reinforced during the early stages of childhood.  As a former elementary school substitute teacher, I have launched a Children’s Kindness Campaign starting with my six book series BuzzyLuvz®: Practice Kindness.  This series includes Be Helpful, Be Generous, Be Polite, Be Loving, Be Positive, and Be Thankful; all brought to life by whimsical, colorful bees.

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