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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Bumpy, Lumpy Horseshoe Crab

    by Janice S. C. Petrie

    The Bumpy, Lumpy Horseshoe Crab is a horseshoe crab adventure with a happy ending. This picture book has a whimsical, rhyming style, and portrays horseshoe crabs exhibiting behaviors that they commonly use in real life. It's the perfect choice for a family read-aloud for children 4-10 years old. It also is a great tool for teachers who are studying marine life, tidepools, or coastal sea animals. The fun, colorful, simply drawn illustrations are expressive, and brin... more

  • un libro per sognare

    by Teresa Averta

    In un “Un libro per sognare”, guida utile e significativa per affrontare il tema dell’educazione all’affettività nelle scuole e nella famiglia, l’autrice Teresa Averta presenta un percorso di sperimentazioni svolte "sul campo"  e fornisce a genitori, insegnanti ed  educatori una miniera di consigli utili non solo a livello didattico-educativo ma anche pratico con  istruzioni chiare ... more

  • Before Life Happened

    by Isabel Curtis
    When sixteen year old Hayden Wilson recovers from the hospital, her world is upside-down. Her parents are dead, and her three older brothers are all she's got left. But times are difficult, and staying strong is even harder. Wrong friendships and wrong choices will lead her to a path of self-destruction, a one way ticket to downfall. But at some point, Hayden has to learn how to deal with life. Putting the pieces back together and growing up. Because it's ok to want to go back to befor... more
  • Best Friends

    by Jeanne Conway
    A story for children of a life-long and courageous friendship between a white plantation owner and his slave in Missouri in the days before the Civil War.
  • The Lying, Lying Lion

    by Kerry Morris
    A lazy, lying lion joins Hoss on his safari after being banished for bad behavior. As they explore the Serengeti, Hoss helps the lion discover more than the marvelous plants and animals: the value of hard work and honesty.
  • Are We There, Yeti?

    by Kerry Morris
    Tibetan Mastiff Hoss encounters a lost yeti in his village and embarks on an adventure to return the baby to the top of Mount Everest. Join Hoss and the yeti while they meet exotic animals, overcome obstacles, and explore the Himalayan landscape!
  • Caterpillarland

    by Roxanne Beck
    Monique, a beautiful monarch butterfly who loves nectar more than ANYthing, narrowly escapes two human butterfly catchers while migrating to Mexico with her flock. She hides in a crack in the ground, but moments later finds herself falling into an enormous cave that is home to caterpillars of all ages—caterpillars who don’t turn into butterflies because they’ve been brainwashed to think that they’re worms! Desperate to find her way out, she teams up with a rebellious “changing” caterpillar named... more
  • My Super-Special, Kinda-Human Dog Named Louie

    by Jeanne Andersen
    Get ready for the dog that thinks he's a boy. Or is he a boy that just has too much hair? Whatever way you see him, he is a pretty incredible being. He's My Super-Special, Kinda-Human Dog Named Louie.**Louie does amazing things. He likes to travel, sing, play the piano, and talk on the telephone. He's always on an adventure, whether at home or on the road. There is not a lazy bone in his furry body. Come along with Louie and read about his good times. He is full of surprises, like winning his bl... more
  • The Other Side of Quiet

    by Tara C. Allred
    Mrs. Childs's creative writing students are expected to keep personal journals for self-expression. But when clues from a murder investigation cause police authorities to confiscate the students' journals, writing intended to be private is no longer. Words meant to liberate now condemn. And an innocent writing project, meant to empower students, as well as rescue Mrs. Childs from her own personal tragedy, now open deep conflicts within the class. 2015 KINDLE BOOK AWARD FINALIST "A unique a... more
  • The Sleepy Bear Club iBook

    by Jennifer Grantham

    From a secret cabin deep within a wondrous forest comes a meeting of imaginative proportions. Here you will find stories of a dreamworld inspired by adventures of the day. You will run across the mountains, chase the rivers, and experience the joy of freedom as you drift into a playful slumber.

  • Luminary (Luminary Saga) (Volume 1)

    by P.S. Meraux
    Emily Wren had two soul mates. Before she could meet either they were both killed. Is she doomed to be alone? A race of super immortals, the Paragons and their Luminary companions, who live in the domain between reality and the tangible, must intervene. They have one duty, matching up soul mates to release magic into the world. But is there more at stake than the happiness of one girl?
  • Capitol Kid

    by Bill Gourgey

    A homeless teen with nothing to lose… A corrupt politician with everything to lose… What could possibly go wrong?

    On the run from local drug dealers, a young hacker hides out in the U.S. Capitol and soon finds himself entangled in a dastardly political conspiracy. 

    From the shadows of the U.S. Capitol, can a runaway change his country?

    When thirteen-year-old Boot doesn’t have the money to pay his mom’s... more

  • Peter the Slug and the Great Forest Race

    by Jennifer Klath
    Peter the Slug has a dream. An impossible dream. He wants to run in the Great Forest Race. But slugs always finish last. Everyone says so.
  • Counting with Common Cents: Penny's Journey

    by Deirdre McCarthy
    Counting with Common Cents: Penny's Journey is the recipient of the 2015 Excellence In Financial Literacy Education (EIFLE) Award. It won in the category of Children's Book of the Year, Saving and Investing. The book is a clever children's picture book that takes the reader on a magical counting journey. It's memorable rhymes and page turning text encourage the reader to be an active participant throughout the story. The main character, Penny, inspires children to count by ones using pennies... more
  • Claire and I

    by Kailey Haynes
    Keira Gregor, a 17-year-old cancer patient, always knew the hospital as her home. Due to becoming ill at a young age, Keira never knew what life was like outside her cancer. Everything begins to change when Keira meets Claire, a mysterious girl who is up to no good. When they come to a deal, the two are thrust into a trip together as part of Keira’s final wish (courtesy of the Wishes for Dying Kids Association). As Keira and Claire travel around the world, they begin to open up to each other, bu... more
  • 9781940640006

    by Michael Selden
    The Boy Who Ran, Middle Grade novel, and winner of the 2014 Independent Publisher’s Book Awards Gold Medal for Juvenile fiction, is a parable set 6000 years ago in North America. It’s the story of a young boy whose village was massacred and who escaped by running into the forest. He was taken in by another village, but has never been able to cope with what happened and this affected his relationship with others in the village. The story is about how he tries to overcome his own disabilities to f... more

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