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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Nana Gets Her Dragon

    by Helen Furlong
    This book was written as a fun description of the life of young dragons, how they live during their first year, and whether it is possible for young children to adopt them if they have enough imagination. It brings the fun-loving type of dragon back into children’s storybooks.
  • The Heart's Journey Home

    by Nikki Jackson
    It’s summer vacation, and all seventeen-year-old Tori Logan wants to do is hang out with her two best friends, practice her mixed martial arts and go to FBI spy camp. Summer means freedom (mostly from adults) and Tori plans to fill every spare moment of her last summer before graduating from High School with all the fun things she and her best pals can come up with. Tori knows exactly who she is and what she wants to do with her life, or so she believes. While Tori is determined to be indepen... more
  • The Worldly Adventures of Nicholaas in Arizona: Lost Cities

    by Betty Davis
    Nicholaas a teen at the age of fourteen and his friend embark on a trip to the Dragoon Mountains in a 4 wheel vehicle. Without warning powerful sandstorm forced Nicholaas and his family to change directions . They find themselves in the mountains without a trace of life anywhere. The young explorer decides to investigate finds ancient drawings in the inner walls of the cave that seem to be floating in the air. One of them was of Cochise using an arrow to show they way. Nicholaas continued go... more
  • The Central Park Tales

    by Marcus Meesters
    The Central Park Tales is a delightful children's book about the adventures of the animals that live in Central Park. It contains 10 short stories with 60 beautiful color illustrations. The main characters are Squirrel, Duck, Frog, Mousekin and the brothers Doctor Beggar (Dog) and Mister Pup (Dog). Because many of the illustrations depict real places in Central Park, the book is especially appealing to children who live in New York City. The Central Park Tales is also available as an eBook.
  • Zenji & the Muzzy Bug: The Mindful & Magical Sleep Solution (Buddabugzz Sleepwell Book 1)

    by Aisli Madden
    “Zenji & the Muzzy Bug” is the ultimate ‘feel-good’ bedtime story, for kids of all ages. Enriched with mindfulness, “Zenji & the Muzzy Bug” helps children become relaxed and sleepy at bedtime. Characters Zenji and Karma teach us how to feel better physically and mentally, by being mindful and focusing our thoughts. They encourage readers to listen to their inner voice, believe in their inner strength, and be mindful of their hero within. The Story: Zenji the Buddabug is feeling rather unwell. He... more
  • Zenji & the Muzzy Bug: The Mindful & Magical Sleep Solution (Buddabugzz Sleepwell) (Volume 1)

    by Aisli Madden
    “Zenji & the Muzzy Bug” is the ultimate ‘feel-good’ bedtime story, for kids of all ages. Enriched with mindfulness, “Zenji & the Muzzy Bug” helps children become relaxed and sleepy at bedtime. Characters Zenji and Karma teach us how to feel better physically and mentally, by being mindful and focusing our thoughts. They encourage readers to listen to their inner voice, believe in their inner strength, and be mindful of their hero within. The Story: Zenji the Buddabug is feeling rather unwe... more
  • Marty's Mind

    by Jenner Kosmis
    Marty learns to control his mind—and in the process, he learns that he and his ever-active mind can live together peacefully. Author Jenner Kosmis makes a memorable debut with a warm, rhyming text that includes a subtle mindfulness message even the youngest reader will understand. The book includes 24 original illustrations in Jenner’s modern and colorful style.
  • Teaching Christ's Children About Feeling Angry

    by Corine Hyman
    Does your child have trouble expressing their anger? Do they call names when angry or hit when mad? Teaching Christ’s Children about Feeling Angry helps children understand and manage the difficult emotion of anger from a biblical perspective. Once again, Corine Hyman breaks down what the Bible says in a way that children can understand. Like all of Corine’s books, Teaching Christ’s Children About Feeling Angry is designed to speak directly to the child, and acts as a discussion starter for chil... more
  • The Sound in the Basement

    by John Micklos, Jr.

    Share young David's adventures as he attempts to overcome his fear of going into the basement and discover the source of the

  • Sunset In April

    by Louisa Brown
    * COMING IN OCTOBER* Sunset In April is a time where one loses her nana that practically raised her as a child and the u just watch the life fizzle out of her just like that. You feel alone. You start to think, why ? And when ones question isnt answered. One turns insane and hurts everyone around them. A psychopath. No one believes that she can see her nana in her outer body experiences and everywhere she turns. She is alone. She self harms. Until she dies of the infection but mainly the ... more
  • The Rad Misfits

    by Marlina Williams
    Storms have destroyed the world. Radiation wreaked havoc with survivors causing everyone except pregnant women and animals to perish. Now a group of mutant teens, horses, and a neurotic dog must go on a journey to save their people. They live life in a protected valley, but will not live long if they cannot find a cure for the sickness that is killing them. Along the way they will meet animals they’ve only seen in books, make new friends, and learn the truth about a secret one of them has been k... more
  • The FunGkins

    by C. Raymond Gray

    Nine-year-old Clara Gooday sits under a starry sky on the back porch of her family's bed & breakfast. Her eyes widen with excitement as she listens to her Aunt Tilly's tall tale of the foggy morning when Tilly first saw these magical little people. But when Clara meets the Jacks, she is awed by the fact that Fun-G- kins really do exist. Clara and Tilly aide the Jacks in getting back their magic mushroom? So the Jacks reward them by shrinking them down to size. Then they are whisk... more

  • We Met on a Tuesday Morning

    by Amina
    We Met on a Tuesday Morning is based on the true story of the successful adoption of my younger son, Vincent. I begin the story by sharing the reason why Vincent’s birth mother placed him for adoption and explain that they both miss each other very much. I also explain that Vincent’s life is much like other children’s – his adoption doesn’t change his life too much.
  • The Spirit Post

    by Amelia Cardenas
    Children team up with Santa and his army of snowy owls to spread kindness and Christmas Spirit.
  • Sudden Hope

    by Daniele Lanzarotta
    Alec is a seventeen-year-old who has endured more in life than anyone should have to. Seeing his neighbor and ex-bestfriend, Skylar, struggle after a tragic loss, Alec makes it his mission to show her that life is worth living. Little does he know that he will learn that same lesson.
  • Because That's What Gentlemen Do!

    by Teresa "Mama T" Schimandle
    Over the past few years, I, "Mama T" realized that people noticed when a child used manners rather than in the past where people noticed when they didn't. I started telling my grandson the polite things to do, like open a door for a lady. One day he opened the door for me and I said, "Thank You Curtis," and he said, "Of Course, Grandma, that's what gentlemen do!" So began the spinning of this story, and now I am sharing it with you. It's a story about manners for young boys.

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