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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • 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.
  • The Packing House

    by G. Donald Cribbs
    When sixteen-year-old Joel Scrivener has a raging nightmare in study hall and someone records it on their phone, he awakens to a living nightmare where everyone knows the secret he's avoided for ten years. Reeling from a series of bullying incidents posted on YouTube and an ill-timed mid-year move, Joel takes to the woods, leaving the bullies and his broken home behind. However, life as a runaway isn’t easy. Joel finds it difficult to navigate break-ins, wrestle hallucinations, and elude capture... more
  • Kudzu For Christmas

    by Emilie Eklin Khair
    "Mom!" They shouted. "Did you hear that NOISE? Do you see that THING outside our window?" Fantastic leafy creatures hide in the trees, and it’s your job to spot them! The Kudzu game was created during a long drive to school, but now everyone wants to play. Join Sam and Andy and the rest of the gang as they search for cool creatures, friendly beasts, and even their favorite pets in the twisted Kudzu vines. And when winter weather takes the green away, maybe the crazy creatures YOU find ... more
  • Ella's Tummy: A Story of Understanding for All Ages

    by Rebecca Jane Weinstein
    Ella visits the park and meets a new boy. He yells. “You’re so fat!” Full of anger, no joy. His anger hurts Ella and makes her feel sad. She questions herself, “Is my fat tummy bad?” Ella's Tummy addresses teasing and bullying about weight during a time when the disdain for overweight seems ever-present, and eating disorders in children are rampant. It touches on parental support for building self-esteem and how others may project their bad feelings. Finally, it's about self-examination an... more
  • The Ghost That Stop By

    by Teresa Gethers
  • Bess's Magical Garden

    by MARJORIE HEMBROFF
    Bess's mother moves them to Pineview, away from her best friend Megan, and she terribly misses her. Six months earlier, Bess's father died in a car crash, and she's also in the midst of recovering from the final stages of polio. She's in a sad and lonely place. From the moment she and her mother settle into their new home, Bess hears whispering voices and encounters a ghostly figure in the well-kept garden and in her dreams. She can't make sense of everything and so shares her observations with... more
  • Walter Brown and the Magician's Hat

    by Karen Inglis
    When Walter Brown is woken on his 10th birthday by his cat Sixpence he has no idea that his life is about to change forever. A large present wrapped in silver paper reveals an old top hat, a tiny pair of white gloves, and a magician’s wand -- together with a mysterious note from his late Great-grandpa Horace. But Walter gets the biggest surprise when he puts the top hat on and discovers that his cat has special powers and they’ve been chosen for a secret mission. What better place to st... more
  • Pre-Bot Learns Not to Hurt

    by Rod Lowe
    Pre-Bot is Timmy’s first robot! Pre-Bot is VERY curious, and learns by imitating his teacher’s actions. When Timmy gets aggravated by his little brother, he decides to pick on him. Problems arise when Pre-Bot copies his actions. Timmy soon discovers that setting a good example isn’t as easy as he thought. With a great toy, comes great responsibility! Will Timmy be a good example, or will Pre-Bot prove to be more than he can handle? "Pre-Bot Learns Not to Hurt" is the first release in... more
  • The Nest

    by Beatrix S. Tambunan

    A story of Papa and Mama Bird who lived in a small nest. Papa Bird said they were going to move to a new nest after Baby Bird hatches. Mama Bird was very patient waiting for the new move. Sometimes plans don't happen when it's too late.

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