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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Pesky Princess

    by Miel Parkinson
    The Pesky Princess is about a girl named Rachel who insists on doing things her way. Rachel's mother patiently lets her learn that every action has a natural consequence.
  • The Divine Timeline

    by John B Lester
    Divine Timeline is the story of a young explorer determined to make his own journey to the New World just as his older cousin Christopher Columbus had done 11 years prior. Only his journey would place him on the beaches of a remote paradise belonging to a group of natives who shared with him their last remaining fruit bearing the gift of eternal life. Upon returning home he realized his discoveries earned his name Juan Ponce De Leon a reputation among the elite explorers alongside his cousin. Th... more
  • They Call Him Grumpa

    by Bonnie Apperson Jacobs
    Perfect for ages 3-7, this heart-warming read-aloud children's book describes the relationship between a young boy named Brady and his grandfather. While it seems to some of Grandpa's family members that he is a grump, Brady knows the truth. This relatable book - written by long-time educators who are experienced in early childhood development, library science, school administration and public relations - stresses family values and will make every reader smile and say, "AWWWWW."
  • The Sum of His Worth

    by Ron Argo
    A prize-winning author returns to his Alabama childhood in this “profound, engrossing … and heartbreakingly real novel” [Kirkus Reviews] of the bloody South in 1958, a coming-of-age story of love, heroism and murder in the vein of To Kill a Mockingbird. Sonny Poe worries he’ll start ninth grade without a girlfriend when in the midnight woods he witnesses the most violent of racial horrors, the gruesome lynching of a black boy. Terrified, he runs, is chased, finds safety high in an oak. But his... more
  • Clark the Mountain Beaver and His Big Adventure!

    by Karen B. Shea
    Clark the Mountain Beaver and His Big Adventure is the first children’s book to feature the shy and secretive Mountain Beaver as its primary character. Throughout Clark’s adventure, kids will meet new friends and discover fun facts about animals, and most importantly, learn about friendship, trust and believing in yourself. A wonderful children’s book that has a positive uplifting message even adults will appreciate.
  • The Little Car and the Beanstalk

    by D. S. Gill
    "The Little Car drove up the beanstalk as fast as he could, not knowing whether he should". Drive through the deep dark wood, and discover what happens when The Little Car and the fairy come face to face with Desire, Anger, Greed, Attachment, and Ego ...... This rhyming story of a little car and the giant is part of a modern classic, and will enchant children for years to come. "Where are you going to little car have a rest the journey is too far.” The little Car remembered the w... more
  • Cole's Perfect Puppy

    by Frances Crossno
    Cole's Perfect Puppy is intended as the first in a series of "Perfect Puppy" novels filled with action, moral concepts, and, of course – puppies! Cole's perfect puppy is a red, golden retriever named Scarlet. When he sees her at the pet store, it is love at first sight. Cole wants Scarlet for Christmas, but gets a pot-bellied pig instead. Disappointed, he goes to work at the pet store to earn money to buy Scarlet. At the mall, he makes a new friend, Rachel, a poor girl who is teased by... more
  • Hamsters and Alien

    by Tomoko Sagara
    The little Alien boy didn't listen to his mom's advice and stay away from home. He end up to the Earth. "Hey you guys, who is the most intelligent living thing on this planet?" The little Alien boy asked them. "Of course us!" The hamsters answered. He asked hamsters to guide the Earth. They go through entire the Earth with environmental problems. The hamsters explain what's going on in the Earth. In the end of the story, you can see Family Love through Hamsters and Aliens.
  • The Hidden Treasure of Dutch Buffalo Creek

    by Jackson Badgenoone
    Never born ghost writers record vignette chapters from ten memoirs. They help to identify hidden treasure that will enrich countless souls. More about the story at
  • Her Highness Builds Robots

    by Laura Winters and Beth 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 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 whee... more
  • Freckles

    by Lynda Corrado
    This is the story of a 20 year old calico cat named Freckles. Everyone thought she was a great cat. Freckles had lots of personality and talked all the time. She loved to run free, chase mice, and let coyotes chase her. This is her story of how she kept her freedom, managed to stay out of the natural food chain, yet learned to acquiesce to the needs of humans.
  • The A in Autism Stands for Awesome

    by Lindsay James
    Summie, a charismatic seven year old girl living in Hoboken, New Jersey, learns very quickly that true friendships are defined by the words left unspoken that can be felt with the heart. The A in Autism Stands for Awesome is an uplifting story of two friends who embrace each other's differences and individuality. Summie and Monroe's first grade friendship evolves into an uplifting spiral of lessons learned. There seems to be no stopping the duo when it comes to the effect they have on each other... more
  • Have You Seen My Frog?

    by Bernice Seward
    When Duck went to the pond with Auntie Duck, she found a frog. She set him down for one tiny second and the next thing she knew, he was gone! Everyone Duck talks to points her in a different direction. WHAT is going on? And where, oh where has Duck’s little frog gone? While Duck searches for Frog, Auntie Duck settles in by the bond to enjoy the afternoon--unaware that she is just a few hops away from a big surprise.
  • 978-0986287916

    by Bernice Seward
    Whatever you do, do NOT open this book. Seriously. You never know WHAT trouble you might find yourself in. Don’t believe me? Fine! Turn the first page and see for yourself. This funny and engaging book is printed with large text and a dyslexic-friendly font (OpenDyslexic 3). It is perfect for seven- to ten-year-olds, including reluctant readers and children who struggle with reading comprehension.
  • Brick by Brick: A Snippet of the Life of Booker T. Washington

    by Louie McClain
    A children's book snippet about the life, accomplishments, and achievements of the great Booker T. Washington - an inspirational African-American innovator, leader, scholar, and philanthropist.
  • In Her Skin: Growing Up Trans

    by Trina Sotira
    On the outside, Tirzah has everything: a best friend who adores her and the potential of a full-ride soccer scholarship at her father’s alma mater, Illinois University. But to Tirzah, none of it matters since she's stuck in the body of a girl. Struggling to hide her feelings for her best friend, Heidi, and fighting to cover up female body parts, Tirzah realizes the only way she'll ever be happy is if she transitions. But the change could mean losing Heidi, her scholarship, and possibly her paren... more