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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Ghost That Stop By

    by Teresa Gethers
  • Bess's Magical Garden

    by MARJORIE HEMBROFF
    Bess's mother moves them to Pineview, away from her best friend Megan, and she terribly misses her. Six months earlier, Bess's father died in a car crash, and she's also in the midst of recovering from the final stages of polio. She's in a sad and lonely place. From the moment she and her mother settle into their new home, Bess hears whispering voices and encounters a ghostly figure in the well-kept garden and in her dreams. She can't make sense of everything and so shares her observations with... more
  • Walter Brown and the Magician's Hat

    by Karen Inglis
    When Walter Brown is woken on his 10th birthday by his cat Sixpence he has no idea that his life is about to change forever. A large present wrapped in silver paper reveals an old top hat, a tiny pair of white gloves, and a magician’s wand -- together with a mysterious note from his late Great-grandpa Horace. But Walter gets the biggest surprise when he puts the top hat on and discovers that his cat has special powers and they’ve been chosen for a secret mission. What better place to st... more
  • Pre-Bot Learns Not to Hurt

    by Rod Lowe
    Pre-Bot is Timmy’s first robot! Pre-Bot is VERY curious, and learns by imitating his teacher’s actions. When Timmy gets aggravated by his little brother, he decides to pick on him. Problems arise when Pre-Bot copies his actions. Timmy soon discovers that setting a good example isn’t as easy as he thought. With a great toy, comes great responsibility! Will Timmy be a good example, or will Pre-Bot prove to be more than he can handle? "Pre-Bot Learns Not to Hurt" is the first release in... more
  • The Nest

    by Beatrix S. Tambunan

    A story of Papa and Mama Bird who lived in a small nest. Papa Bird said they were going to move to a new nest after Baby Bird hatches. Mama Bird was very patient waiting for the new move. Sometimes plans don't happen when it's too late.

  • Planting My Values

    by Lynn Powell
    Values are important, but figuring out what values to plant and how to make them grow can be difficult. In Planting My Values, a young boy shares his journey of self-discovery as he learns how to develop values in his life.   It's never too early to inspire your children to work toward discovering themselves. Set in a simple rhyming scheme, Planting My Values offers children a set of questions to help them get started on their own journeys of self-discovery.   Give your little ones a head st... more
  • Escape From Smoothie Island: A Fruity Adventure

    by Charles and La-Toya Renthrope
    A zany bunch of fruit head out on the vacation of a lifetime, but somehow, find themselves making a daring escape from The Big Hungry Blender and his army of Not Nice Ice. The characters learn that when you work together, you can conquer anything - even a big hungry blender.
  • Suddenly (So It Began...) (Volume 1)

    by Rachel Diane Ramey
    SO IT BEGINS... As the world is thrown into chaos, a teen girl's life moves forward learning about family, friends, love and the discovery of a changing life all around her. How does Ginger stay centered when everything around her is spinning? Part One of an ongoing series.
  • The Coconut Crab

    by Peter W. Fong
    Like people, coconut crabs are long-lived, agile, and inquisitive. They are sometimes brave, sometimes fearful. They cherish friendship, enjoy a good feed, and appreciate a nap in the heat of the day. Youngsters are vulnerable to attack, and soon develop a protective shell. There are differences of course—most notably in the appendages, and in the lidless, jutting eyes—but this story emphasizes similarities and convergences. Crab meets bird meets goat meets gecko: that’s the plot in a nutshel... more
  • Biona, Monarch, and The Coral Reef

    by Todrich W. Estelle
  • Benny the Biplane (Volume 1)

    by Fritz Carmichael
    Benny the Biplane loved to fly! He flew pilots everywhere during the war. But then Benny lost his job. Now he sits in a field with other jobless planes. Benny hopes he can find a new job and get to fly once again.
  • The Legend of Hobbomock: The Sleeping Giant

    by Jason J. Marchi

    In this compelling story of a young Quinnipiac brave named Blackbird, award-winning author Jason J. Marchi and painter Jesse J. Bonelli teamed up to capture the magic and history of a time before our own. Through young Blackbird's eyes we learn the Quinnipiac tribal legend of how the Sleeping Giant land form in Hamden, Connecticut came to look like a giant man sleeping on his back. The story, brought to life with 14 fine art oil paintings, gives us a renewed appreciation of the natural wo... more

  • I am sooo Lucky!!! III ISBN-978-0-9964633-2-4

    by Sharon Insul

    This sensitive, and often amusing love bond between two young sisters, learning to find, and express their individuality. The day to day learning process of kindness, patience, understanding, and responsibility falls mainly on Emily, but not without often funny and heart warming rambunctious incidents. Emily as the older sister, carries this learning process with grace, love, and at times even moments of understanding for her little sister. 
     

  • I am sooo Lucky!!! ISBN -978-0-9964633-1-7

    by Sharon Insul
    Take one part fascination, add a pinch of curiosity, a dash of learning, a heaping cup of kindness, and mix in a whole lot of joy! *** Come join Emily & Abby to see what fun, and mischief they are up to in book 2 of... I am sooo Lucky!!! II
  • "Christmas and Carol"

    by Steven Saylor
    A children's book for all ages. True animal stories based on the adventures at the Triple S Ranch, were hundreds of rescued animals live happily together. Written and illustrated by Johnye and Steven Saylor who own the ranch in Northern Nevada. Cats, dogs, rabbits, wild horses, burros, peacocks, chickens, turkeys, bunnies and more enjoy shelter, food, medical, dental and the promise of love and care for their entire lives. "Christmas and Carol", a tale of a mother hen who hatches her ... more
  • Ghostboy, Chameleon & the Duke of Graffiti

    by Olivia Wildenstein

    Cora Matthews, the principal’s gloomy goth daughter, is not exactly popular Duke Meyer’s type. Still, Duke finds himself inexplicably drawn to her dark eyes and mysterious manner. She makes it clear she doesn’t return his admiration, but when a burst appendix lands Duke in the hospital, he and Cora will be forced to come together by the most unlikely intermediary: her eight-year-old brother, Jaime.

    Duke learns Jaime has brain cancer and little chance of long-term survi... more

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