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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Frog with a Frown

    by Todd G. Sorrell
    In this touching tale, a sad and lonely frog is reminded by a wise dragonfly that even the most simple, intrinsic qualities we have make us special and unique. We are all reminded to shed our former negative thoughts and trade them for the treasures within
  • When Dog Pals Fly across America

    by Rob Kortus

    In this colorful picture book, three intelligent dog pals (Sophie the Border Collie, Sulley the Chocolate Lab Mix, and Wallace the Border Collie) embark on a flight in their personal helicopter across America with stopovers in every state visiting cool and sometimes unique places! Sophie, Sulley, and Wallace skillfully impart education, while conveying the love of flight and making new and interesting friends along their journey. The crew discusses American geography ... more

  • Whizzy Willow's First Day at School

    by Billie Rayatt
    Whizzy Willow’s First Day at School: Leaf the iPad Alone! New Book Gets Kids Reading, Learning & Laughing Uncontreelably! Whizzy Willow’s First Day at School’ is a charming and beautiful book for young children, teaching them about everyone’s unique qualities, tree names, their times tables and even sentence starters – all through a story inspired by trees. From Whizzy Willow himself to Mr. Oak, the book’s unique cast of characters will have young readers laughing, learning and always looking... more
  • Where the Heart Lives (A Bella the Brave Chapter Book)

    by Laura Iodice
    WHAT’S A LOST DOG TO DO? Bella, a scrawny seven-pound pup, roams the streets down south just trying to survive. She’s lost, she’s hungry and she’s scared! After wandering far from her puppy mill, she begins the journey of a lifetime. First, though, she has to pass THREE tests. Can she do it? PARKVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL, A DANGER ZONE? Jenna Mancini also faces tests. The high stakes kind! And what’s worse, her middle school is turning into a danger zone! There’s Elijah Johnson’s hacking cough... more
  • North Pole Patrol

    by J.C. Deelstra
    What would you do to take Christmas away from someone who doesn’t deserve it? Kyle Sterling has this sort of problem, because of the school bully Dirk Donovan. Kyle’s adventure begins when he tries to stop Dirk's Christmas and accidentally gets delivered to the North Pole. There he strikes a deal with Santa and the Head Elves to take away Dirk’s gifts at the price of spending two weeks helping out at the North Pole. What would you do to give Christmas to someone who deserves it, but may not ... more
  • Words That Soar

    by John Alexander
    While on a search for a fresh story to read, I never expected that the encounter with an old book from the bookshop owner would change my world. Join me on this adventure and discover how three special rules help me make sense of the powerful impact of words. Warning: This adventure may lead to a lifelong fascination with books.
  • Ellie Marches On

    by Audra Notgrass
    Ellie is a normal little kid. She goes to school, plays games, and has a very best friend. Ellie’s friend is Nafia, a new immigrant who is bullied at school because she is different. Ellie learns the importance of friendship and activism when she and her new best friend participate in a march that highlights inclusion, diversity, and love.
  • Ricardo's Extraordinary Journey: A Boy's Mystical Quest for Fame, Fortune and Adventure

    by Rich Bergman
    Join teen adventurer Ricardo Columbo as he leaves his native Spain and embarks on a life-changing quest through fourteenth century Europe, Africa, and Asia. Throughout his journey, he makes lifelong friends, encounters leaders and has a hand in influencing the future course of history. Traveling to Timbuktu, Jerusalem, Septagram, Dadu and other locales along the Silk Road, this natural born healer with a courageous spirit and a big heart finds creative ways to overcome many challenges and obstac... more
  • The Fox and the Crow: Art and Stories Inspired by Aesop

    by Sean Buvala
    Inside: Delusional Donkey Mischievous Mouse Flattering Fox Cavorting Camel Furious Frog Haughty Hare ...and a bunch more. These aren't stories for little children. Open up your big-kid mind and explore some stories you might not have heard before. Fables are reimagined by professional storyteller Sean Buvala. Each is hand illustrated with watercolor and layered-paper collage.
  • The Adventures Of Paulina The Tiny Fairy

    by Ayanna Boland
    An enchanting story for young readers that will inspire them to be happy with who they are and what they can do!
  • A VERY IMPORTANT POWER: A Portal Fantasy about Bullies, Bystanders, Upstanders, Kindness, Empathy, Inclusion, Diversity & Gender

    by Wild West Wendy Jo
    For everyone who has ever felt like they didn’t matter or belong. Nine-year-old Wild West Wendy Jo is a feisty, red-headed, cowboy-boot-wearing tomboy. She is considered a misfit by many of her classmates and becomes a target for bullying. Afraid to go to school, Wendy Jo writes a letter to VIPPI ̶ the main character of her favorite TV program ̶ The Vippi Mouse Show. When Vippi answers her, everything changes. Vippi leads Wendy Jo on an exciting quest that could help her to solve her pr... more
  • The Kilwade Tragedy

    by Terry Keys
    Seventeen-year-old Blaze Planter is a Jr. at Kilwade, High School. His parents have recently divorced. His grades are slipping. His anger is growing with each day. Relationships with his closest friends are failing. Secrets about his life are being uncovered. No one understands what he is going through. And everyone who has betrayed him needs to be taught a lesson. So now he stands with the one friend that has never betrayed him. The one friend that does what he asks every time he squeezes the... more
  • Stubborn Debra Sue

    by Jeffery Tracey Sr
    Inspirational story based on true story about a little girl who never gave up after being afflicted with polio. It tells about her struggles to overcome the many obstacles she faced due to her handicap. It tells how she was bullied and treated as an outcast by her grandmother. It tells of her love and affection she has for all stray animals. It tells about her friendships and the pain and agony she felt when her best friend betrayed her. She would get knocked down, but she refused to stay down. ... more
  • Britfield and the Lost Crown

    by C.R. Stewart
    Tom has spent most of his life locked behind the cruel walls of Weatherly Orphanage, but when he learns that his parents might be alive, Tom knows he must do what he can to find them. He can’t leave Weatherly without his best friend Sarah, so armed with a single clue to his past, the word BRITFIELD, the two make a daring escape by commandeering a hot air balloon. Now they’re on the run from a famous Scotland Yard detective and what looks like half the police officers in England. Tom and Sarah’s ... more
  • Across the Great Divide: The Clouds of War, Book 1

    by Michael Ross
    Lexington, Kentucky, 1859. After saving John Hunt Morgan from a puma attack, fifteen-year-old farm boy Will Crump joins Hunt’s militia, the Lexington Rifles. Morgan mentors Will and enrolls him in the local university, where he hopes to study law. As tensions rise between the North and South, Will is torn between his loyalty to Morgan and his love for his family. Will’s father, sisters, and sweetheart follow the Union, while Morgan and Will commit to the South. As part of Morgan’s band, Will par... more
  • Ernie the Eraser

    by Ashlyn Parker
    Ernie the Eraser has no friends. The pencils think he rubs in their mistakes, when he really works hard to rub them away! His quest for friendship takes a toll after he's bounced off the desk by his angry student. But this turns into one mistake he'll never erase.

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