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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Aldar and the Leprechauns

    by Dotty Anderson
    When a family of elves from Ireland moves to Iceland, they are not welcomed by most of the elf villagers, who have only the heard false stories about leprechauns painting them as greedy, gold hoarding creatures who steal human children. Aldar, a young adult Iceland elf, befriends the strangers. The villagers become more hostile when Aldar’s sister starts dating a young leprechaun man. When a little girl mysteriously disappears, the elves blame the leprechauns. How can Aldar help the leprecha... more
  • "Aldar Visits America

    by Dotty Anderson
    Aldar Sigurdsson, a young Iceland elf, travels to the United States stowed away in the backpack of a tourist family. When he sees the unhappiness of a ten year old boy in the family, he reveals himself in an effort to help. Poor Edwin is the unfortunate victim of bullying at school, and it is ruining is life. Aldar disguises himself as a fellow 6th grader and sets about to help Edwin. In the process Aldar enjoys exploring the differences between life in America and his elf village.
  • Harold and the Legend of the Singing Turtles

    by Jeanne Conway
    Many years ago on the island of Tigo Tigo, there lived a turtle named Harold who dreamt of learning to sing like the birds. All the other turtles on the island discouraged him from trying to sing, telling him that turtles just couldn't sing. But Harold was convinced that he could learn to sing and even the strange grunts that he was able to make did not discourage this melodious turtle. One lucky day, Harold met Melanie, the meadowlark, in the forest. Did she teach him to sing? Yes, she did... more
  • Phil K Swift and the Neighborhood Street Rockers 978-0-9967425-3-5

    by Philip kochan
    A crudely-Funny, hella-crazy novel about a sometimes cocky sometimes awkward high schooler that build relationships with fellow Bboys (break dancers) and learns how to deal with bullies, gangbangers, and tough peer pressure situations. This is a 1980's flashback to an era of parachute pants, ghetto blasters, and roller rinks, and is a not to be missed young adult gem.
  • Four Seasons in the Spring House

    by Susan R. Shutt
    In Four Seasons in the Spring House, Ronan the Regal and Fizz the Fish work together to save a salamander’s life. This is a story of rescue and redemption that takes place in the marvelous Spring House of Safety, where all animals are kept safe from harm.
  • True Tails II from the Dog Park

    by Max and Luther
    True Tails II is both entertaining and educational in its collection of short stories, fun dog facts and top ten lists all told from the perspective of two dogs, Max and Luther.
  • True Tails from the Dog Park

    by Max and Luther
    True Tails from the Dog Park is a fun and charming collection of short stories, tips and advice told from the perspective of two dogs, Max and Luther. Both entertaining and educational, it is a perfect book for dog lovers of all ages.
  • The Sock Princess

    by Julie Thorpe
    Mornings can be a difficult time of day when you're a sock princess, feeling very lump and bump in your socks. Emily struggles to get her socks just right. "Her mom watched as Emily reached up inside, Turned her socks inside-out, and then she replied, 'My socks are all lumpy and bumpy in there, I don't like the feeling inside of this pair.'"
  • Uneven Odds

    by Caylen D. Smith
    The battle may be over, but the journey is yet to end. A few months have passed since Aly received news she has an estranged half-sister, Samantha. After the attempted overthrow of Aly’s homeland, Republic City, she believes danger still lurks. This realization sends her in search of Samantha to warn and prevent her from falling victim to their family’s enemies. Aly gathers her most trusted companions to take on her quest. Along the way, she faces dire situations and learns, when you gain someth... more
  • Mommy, What Is Eggcology?

    by Alice Hutchison
    In this beautiful picture book filled with flora and fauna from around the world, Emily mishears the word ecology as eggcology. Join her as she describes to her Mommy the eggs and animals she believes help to explain eggcology.
  • CJ's New Basketball

    by Ivy Valentine Pate
    CJ gets his very first basketball from Dad on Sunday, but can’t go to a real basketball court until the following Saturday. He decides to practice inside the house until he can get to the court. Can CJ stay out of trouble at home for a whole week until the big day? CJ’s New Basketball uses funny, mischievous antics to teach children the days of the week and accountability for their actions. Colorful pictures illustrated by popular children’s artist Chris Padovano bring to life CJ’s exciting w... more
  • The X Factor: Confessions of a naive fashion model

    by Ivan Sivec
    It takes three mistakes to be swallowed up and spat out by the fashion industry. You trust the wrong people. You think you know everything there is to know about life. You take drugs. The almost 18-year-old Maja is a regular high-school kid, who at the threshold of adulthood thinks she knows everything there is to know about life. As she enters the world of fashion modelling she gets completely enchanted. However, the more her career thrives she’s less able to see the danger lur... more
  • Toto's Tale and True Chronicle of Oz

    by Sylvia Patience
    The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was written in 1900 by L. Frank Baum. Many other Oz books followed, as well as the famous 1939 movie. Not until now, however, does Toto tell the story, as he remembers it. In Toto’s Tale, we read his version of the beloved adventures. Toto tells how he first found Dorothy when she arrived in Kansas on an orphan train and how they were both adopted by Aunt Em and Uncle Henry. In the end, he says, the silver shoes (not ruby slippers as in the movie) weren’t lost in the d... more
  • The Magnificent Land of the Multi-Colored Horses

    by Patti Barry

    "A long, long time ago, there was a faraway land." 

    So begins the engaging and thoughtful story of mythical and vibrant friends, who happen to be horses. 

    "The horses called this magical land their own. They played in the grass, ate the sweet, colored flowers, and drank the cool, refreshing water. 

    No one knows why, but the strangest thing began to happen in this magical land. 

    Some say it began with the pink horse... more

  • If a Very Important Person Invited you to Lunch

    by Staci Ericson
    What if a very important person invited you to lunch? How would you feel? What would you wear? Would you wash your hands and your face? What would you do with your hair? This story follows one boy’s hilarious adventures into the world of dining with VIPs. Through simple rhyme and picture, children will explore their internal motivation to use good manners. The story, while being entertaining, encourages children to draw their own conclusions and is meant to stimulate 
dialogue. The illu... more
  • A Dog for Leo

    by Kandi M Siegel
    This book is about a young boy named Leo who desperately wants a dog of his own. His parents don't think he is responsible enough to take care of one. Unfortunately he gets into some trouble at school which is going to be the turning point for him to prove to his parents that he can be responsible and hopefully be able to get a dog.

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