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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Claude: A Dog of the Sixties

    by Katherine L. Holmes
    Perry has his own misadventures when the standard poodle Claude comes to his house. Because of a defect, Claude can’t be a show dog. But he fetches beyond his training, opens doors, and attempts to roam the neighborhood. The spring before the moonwalk, Perry plans a group project about UFO’s, space travel, and the Dog Star. During this, Claude makes escapes like a canine Houdini. Perry’s father has enough to worry about with the anti-war protesters in his history classes. Can Perry turn Claude’s... more
  • Being Davante: FROM THE 'CHILDREN OF LIGHT' SERIES (Children of Light Book Series (R) 1)

    by Michelle St. Claire
    Davante William's family life is about to change forever. Can he reunite with an elusive father whom he has never known? Will he be able to continue on without his loving mother by his side? Is the promise of a future career in art enough to push him through high school? Journey with Davante through his struggles and triumphs into young adulthood. Laugh with his hilarious friends. Grieve over his family trials. Witness Davante's growth and development in this gripping debut novel from the Ch... more
  • The Last Princess of Saint-Domingue (Book 2 of the Children of Light Book Series (Registered Trademark))

    by Michelle St. Claire

    The Last Princess of Saint-Domingue:

    The queen prays to the gods for her first and only girl child.  The gods readily grant her wish conditioned upon the queen's payment of a great sacrificial price.  Sadly, the queen pays this price after her daughter is captured by slave merchants.  The queen's girl child, Bibi, continues on a journey of struggle and pain in the strange land of Saint-Domingue.  She develops courageous tenacity and strength along the way.&nb... more

  • Cilla's Dilemma, A cautionary tale about fitting In

    by Donalie T. Sheldan

    Coming back to school after a long absence Cilla finds her friends all behaving and dressing very much alike. Cilla feels pressured to conform and she must decide what to do.

    The story is written in verse; it has 50 full color illustrations with an index and a glossary.

     

  • Gena Trusts God

    by Karen Sherrill
    Follow Gena's adventure as she trusts what she's learned about God when some kids don't seem nice. Little children can have big faith!
  • Niki Owl: Leap of Faith

    by Karin Pinter
    In the first book of the Niki Owl series, our faithful explorer takes a major leap of faith by journeying from his home forest in Spain to find adventure in Canada. Niki finds far more than he ever imagined as he explores a new culture and environment, and encounters many of the typical situations we often find ourselves in as the result of change. He approaches them with as much positive thinking as he can, sharing what he already knows and learning much more from the new friends he makes along... more
  • STONY LONESOME ROAD

    by Bonnie Shimko
    Thirteen-year-old Jenny Barker is not a regular girl. She's a kid who has seen and heard every hateful, gross thing a human being is capable of doing or saying. When her meth-head parents are taken away, she gradually finds hope: an amazing musical talent she didn't know she had, Gracie Disher, a kindred spirit who lives right down the road, and Bo, a shopworn roadie from the Janis Joplin era who shows Jenny what a loving parent is like.
  • A Wish of One Good Deed

    by Adrienne Noel
    A Children's Book about doing a Good Deed and "Paying it Forward." This book was hand illustrated by me using strong colors and animals to tell a story of how we all can help make this a better world to live in. This book is well written with a great rhyming cadence.
  • The Grumpy Bull

    by Adrienne Noel
    A Children's Book about Bullying and Judgment. This book was hand illustrated by me using bright colors and animals to portray the very important message about bullying. The book is 302 words with a great rhyming cadence.
  • Cody, The Teeny Tiny Alpaca

    by Amber Isaac
    Cody, the alpaca, was born teeny, tiny. She worked very hard to grow big & strong. Proud of her progress, she is now ready to meet the other kids in the pasture. Once there, she discovers she’s still much smaller than everyone else. How will Cody handle feeling different from other babies in the herd? Will the other alpacas accept such a tiny girl? Cody, The Teeny, Tiny Alpaca, a picture book for children, helps young readers learn about feeling different and the value of being unique.
  • Words

    by Lora Rozler
    In this emotional and highly visual picture book, a lonely letter sets off on a journey to find meaning. As it encounters various letter combinations, it is confronted by two distinct paths and must make an important choice. Readers of all ages will be captivated by this simple, yet high concept, rich story that explores universal themes of discovery, relationships and the need to belong, with an underlying message about bullying. Both timeless and original, Words is an evocative tale about how ... more
  • The Alphabet takes a Journey: Destination Ethiopia!

    by Bethlehem Abera Gronneberg
    Come along with the letters of the English alphabet as they journey to a beautiful and mysterious land called Ethiopia. In this adventure, the letters of the Ethiopian language - the Amharic Feedel - become the cultural ambassadors, as an insightful story tellers. The guest letters will be delighted with a magical tour of Ethiopia’s culture, including great landscapes from majestic mountains to lush green forests. Erupting volcanic lava lakes and a boat ride on the headwaters of the Blue N... more
  • I Love My Amazing Book

    by Jocelyn Scofield
    I Love My Amazing Body is a children's book encouraging confidence and body appreciation. The book is about a spunky little girl named Jackie. Jackie takes the reader through each body part describing all the things she loves to do with her amazing body. With her fingers she loves to play piano. With her hips she loves to hula hoop. With her arms she loves to hug her dog. With her legs she loves to run. From her toes to her head, each body part is given love.
  • Friends: Here...There...Everywhere!!!

    by Rosella Calauti
    Friends Here... There... Everywhere... was written to enhance social and literacy development in young children, ages two to five. Growth occurs at different rates for each child in this very important period of development that occurs rapidly, as they learn to become independent. The book encourages young children to feel secure as they develop, and experience their first encounters of making friends, while they explore the world and continue to become individuals. It is ideal for teachers, par... more
  • ABC's Trip To Africa

    by Ozi Okaro
    This educational reader combines fascinating facts and colorful pictures as it follows a happy green snake who travels across the sprawling continent of Africa. Discover animals, plants, the places people live, and the musical instruments they play while you learn the alphabet one letter at a time.
  • The Celebrated Jumping Frog: a children's picture book

    by BC Dee
    Dylan has a great frog. It must be great because Dylan told everyone he knows that his frog is the fastest, highest-jumping, best frog ever. Trouble starts when a frog race comes to town and puts Dylan's bragging to the test. Will Dylan risk his reputation and race his frog? Will his classmate's store-bought frog leave Dylan's pond frog in the dust? Dylan will have to decide if it is better to race his frog and maybe lose, or to not race and not lose...but not win. Luckily, Dylan has a few t... more

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