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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Ingus and Pingus in the Wild Wild Amazon Jungle

    by Rad Komissar
    Ingus and Pingus in the Wild Wild Amazon Jungle is about Dr. Ingus and his apprentice Mr. Pingus. They open a hospital in the jungle and help save any animal that gets sick or needs their help. But can they save everybody?
  • Stumbling On A Tale

    by Suzanne Roche
    It turns out that trips back in time haven’t ended for Peri, Henry, and Max. In the second book in the TIME TO TIME Series, the children find themselves right in the middle—the Middle Ages, that is. And this time they’re lost in a forest, where they stumble upon a group of travelers who seem to be long on medieval tales but short on helpful information. Peri and her stepbrothers are sure they know what they have to do to get home, though, so there won’t be any problems this time. End of stor... more
  • Iris

    by Toni Owen-Blue
    'I flinch. I know she's not going to hit me, we've got in arguments a hundred times before and she's raised her hand - she's never hit me in the face. But I flinch anyway.' I put that because whenever you pick up a book at the shop there's always a quote on the back, and because I'm trying to put off writing the blurb. I don't know what to put. This is just a book about me, Iris, and the things that I do, the friends I make, well, try to make, and everything else that happens to me - goo... more
  • The Palace Buzz

    by Linda Schell
    Gracie, a dwarf kangaroo from the thirty-sixth universe, is skipping across the cosmos to her dream destination: St. Petersburg, Russia. She's traveling with Gibson, a Maine Coon cat whose life she saved when she was unceremoniously dumped in front of a Pennsylvania corn field.
  • Come Along With Me

    by Linda SchellL
    Come Along With Me will transport eight-to twelve-year old children, their parents, and their grandparents to another world when they read Come Along With Me, an adventure about friendship and caring, the unfortunate consequences of jealousy, and the power of hope.
  • The Adventures of the Precious Knights

    by Valerie Crowe
    The first book is an introduction to the Knights of Castle Precious, and the discovery of an an abandoned baby stripy dragon. The knights, Sir Gold, Sir Silver and Sir Rusty save the dragon and decide to raise him back at the castle. The naming of the baby, and the potential uses of such a pet are made clear in this first book. Further adventures are described in book 2, due out very shortly, published by Archway.
  • Artinia: The Journey of Three Island Princesses

    by Sheilane Nadia
    Two Teen aged Princesses must leave their majestic and envied island of Artinia, to find their little sister- who may or may not have been kidnapped.
  • The Everything Man

    by Van Dipply
    What happens when an eccentric traveling salesman and his loyal steed set up shop in a very small town? Well, pretty much everything! Sporting a giant cart chock full of everything and anything the townspeople might want, our mischievous salesman announces that he's open for business. Until now, he's never heard a wish he couldn't grant. But there's one small boy with one giant request who might just leave our hero scratching his head.
  • Emma's Funny Birds

    by Christy Jordan Wrenn
    Emma is a typical young lady of almost eight. She loves to ride her bike, practice her flips on the trampoline and boss her siblings around. One day the ordinary birds Emma saw began to take on character all their own. What does a three-toed-walker, a blue chiefton, a dotted long-leged chicken and more look like to Emma. Come on along on her bird adventure and see it you can name the birds with Emma.
  • Rylan and Henry

    by Christy Jordan Wrenn
    Rylan has two sisters that are always taking his toys and his blanket. They make him angry enough to hit his oldest sister. Mom sends him to bed as punishment. But he is awakened by a crunching sound from under his bed. There in a bag of chips is a mouse that Rylan names Henry. Henry and Mom find each other days later in the garage. Rylan is not sure who will win the broom battle—Mom or Henry? Henry gets locked out of the house. He wants to find his friend Rylan who has more ... more
  • Rylan and Burt

    by Christy Jordan Wrenn
    Rylan is a typical three year old boy who lives in Alaska. He loves to play cars ride his scooter, and jump on the trampoline--without his two sisters. A baby and a six-year-old, both girls are not much fun for Rylan. Rylan wishes he had a friend. One day, someone came into Rylan's backyard. Who might it be? Do you think he will become Rylan's friend.
  • Resist

    by Emily Ann Putzke
    Munich, Germany 1942—Hans Scholl never intended to get his younger sister involved in an underground resistance. When Sophie Scholl finds out, she insists on joining Hans and his close friends in writing and distributing anti-Nazi leaflets entitled, The White Rose. The young university students call out to the German people, begging them to not allow their consciences to become dormant, but to resist their tyrannical leader and corrupt government. Hans knows the consequences for their actions—ex... more
  • Hellie the Hovercraft Elephant

    by Carrie Mortleman
    “I’m Hellie the Hovercraft Elephant and I’m ever so tall, I’m Hellie the Hovercraft Elephant and I never fall. I have fur that is fairy floss pink, and it’s wonderfully fluffy and light. For although I am an elephant, I’m an elephant in flight!” Hellie the elephant has a very special skill - she can fly! But when she meets Queek the mouse, she learns that the power of friendship is the strongest superpower of all. Children will love flying with Hellie on this magical journey that ... more
  • Lump Lump and the Blanket of Dreams

    by Gwen Jackson
    A little black bear and his forest friends gather materials for Spider Woman, a holy woman in Navajo/Dine culture and folklore, to weave a blanket of dreams for his winter's hibernation.
  • Misha Alexandrov

    by Jan Karol Tanaka
    In the spring of 1827, Misha Alexandrov arrives at Fort Ross as a ten-year-old orphan of a Russian father and an Aleut mother. Hated by the foreman for his half-breed heritage, he must prove his worth as a working member of the Russian American Company and overcome the perception that he brings with him "a bag of bad luck". On the remote coast of Alta California, a passion for the land takes root in his young heart, and he vows to do anything it takes to make the fortress colony his home. Misha ... more
  • Her Highness Builds Robots

    by Laura Winters
    Meet Priya, Jae, Holly, Taylor, Juanita, Rafa and Diamond - seven princesses who teach us that being a princess isn’t about chasing princes and looking pretty, it’s about making the world a better place. Her Highness Builds Robots is a coloring book created by twin sisters Laura Winters and Beth Winters. The princesses who star in this 45-page coloring book have different ethnicities, abilities, and talents. Princess Holly designs not only fashion but redesigns castles to be accessible for her... more

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