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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • 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
  • Hello, My Name is Koby

    by Gary Peurifoy
    We follow Koby from an animal shelter to his forever home with his family including a dad, two daughters and a cat named Lily. Told from the perspective of the rescued Koby who speaks to the value of a home and love. He also shares his favorite things in the world such as going for walks, eating tasty treats and sleeping next to his dad.
  • More Than Friends: A Novel

    by Linda Wallace-Kurtz
    A story of challenge and change... Eighth graders Larry and Michael have been best friends since kindergarten. Larry has worn leg braces since age two but now an operation might forever change his life. Tyler is a natural athlete, handsome, intelligent, and filled with an over-sized ego. He has no time for kids like Larry. But when his older brother Tom comes home for Christmas break and is wounded while bravely defending a stranger, an operation might be Tom's only hope as well. After their ... more
  • The Blackfish Prophecy

    by Rachel Clark
    Best friends Terra and Tiluk live alongside the wild orcas of Washington State. On the other side of the continent, Miles wallows in anger and self-pity fueled by his parents' divorce. In a moment of harrowing fate, their lives converge when Miles witnesses a captive orca brutally kill his trainer at a marine amusement park. When Miles contacts Terra and her family of whale biologists to better understand the "killer" whale, the three teens soon realize they are more linked to each other - an... more
  • The Blackfish Prophecy (Terra Incognita and the Great Transition Book 1)

    by Rachel Clark
    Driven by a primal urge to connect with the highly-evolved consciousness of the orca, three teens take extraordinary risks to challenge big business and renew lost traditions. The journey to restore an ancient bond reveals The Blackfish Prophecy- and it is about to change everything.
  • Jimmy Boelson and Other Stories

    by Len Silver
    Jimmy Boelson and Other Stories is comprised of a novella and two short stories.
  • Molly Mouse And The Bear Cub

    by Melinda Kinsman

    A brightly-illustrated, rhyming picture book, for ages 3-6.

    A young bear cub wakes up in the middle of winter. He's afraid of the dark and of the howling wind, and he's VERY hungry. Searching for help, he arrives at the home of tiny Molly Mouse. Molly is both kind-hearted and resourceful. With the help of her woodland friends, she soon has the bear cub sleeping soundly through the rest of the winter. 

    This is a warm, comfor... more

  • Secrets Amongst Friends

    by LaQueisha Malone

    Once so sure of herself, but now broken by bitterness and rage, Naomi has to overcome the world wind of temptations she has so eagerly given in to. Yet, hold on to her traditional religious values.


    Naomi Marshall was a sheltered teenager. Her mother did everything in her power to raise her daughter with the same religious upbringing she experienced. All of her hard work seemed to have paid off until Senior year, when Naomi’s father was asked to lead his father-in-law&... more

  • Murphy Bear's Tennis Lesson

    by Maura Moynihan
    Murphy discovers that the sport of tennis takes perseverance but it's a great way to meet new friends, get fit and have fun. Throughout the story are true tennis skills. Tennis tips are in the back of the book.
  • Jesse

    by Glen Alan Burke
    Jesse Savorié stood out at the all-white 1960’s Alabama school known as Jesse Rulam Elementary—not because he was dirt poor, or big, and not even because he was gifted in natural and supernatural ways. Jesse stood out because he was black in an all-white school, in a time when slavery was still believed and whites only mattered.
  • Paladin (Firebrand, book 2)

    by Sarah MacTavish

    When Lincoln calls for volunteers to put down the rebellion, four friends become soldiers for different reasons. Freedom. Justice. Love. Revenge. But they’re united by a secret… one of them is a girl in disguise.

    “This is my country, and I aim to fight for it. You can help me, or get out of my way. Your choice.”

    Hidden under an over-sized uniform and a false name, Saoirse Callahan strives to prove herself as strong and brave as any ... more

  • Life Sliding

    by S.L. Mauldin
    As his junior year in high school comes to an end, Gavin Bailey realizes his privileged world as the most popular kid in school is a lie. To make matters worse his father, feeling his overly-indulged son needs redirection, sends him off for the summer to assist at a camp for children with special needs. Suddenly forced to dabble in a world less familiar, Gavin’s past catches up with him at Camp Lift Me Up. An event from his sophomore year comes to the forefront at the same time he encounters... more
  • Intrusion

    by Rosalind Minett

    Book 1 of a WWII cross-over trilogy, A Relative Invasion. 

    1937, South London.  The Wilsons's worry about the threat of war blinds them to war developing in their own home. Their lonely son Billy is excited when his cousin, aunt and uncle move to live nearby. His excitement soon turns to dismay, for Uncle Frank is a bully who resents Billy’s sturdiness, while the frail and artistic Kenneth is hideously devious. The adults only see is his porcelain looks, not his... more