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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Artie’s Party Featuring The Vita-Men!

    by Justin Noble
    Artie Heart loves working in the village of Body. But one day, he discovers that his friends, Larry and Rosie Lung, Steven Stomach, and Betty Bladder are feeling tired and worn out. Wanting to help, Artie asks Raymond Brain for some ideas. Raymond suggests a band called The Vita-Men! Artie's Party, the first book in the My Body Village series, will teach children about anatomy, health, and the importance of vitamins. The mission of the My Body Village series is to introduce children to the ex... more
  • Family Changes: Explaining Divorce to Children

    by Azmaira H. Maker
    “Divorce” is a big word…especially for little kids. It’s hard for young children to understand what the word means, let alone how it will impact their lives—and it’s hard for us, as grown-ups, to explain it to them in terms they can fully comprehend. Nonetheless, when a child is involved in a family divorce or separation, it is crucial that he or she understands and embraces the changes… and this book will help you explain the transitions to your child. Family Changes is a delightfully inf... more
  • Anthills and Racing Feet

    by Karlene Johnson
  • Picture of Grace

    by Josh Armstrong

    "When I grow up, I want to be just like you," said Grace

    "That's very kind of you," said Grandpa Walt, "but I can think of nothing better than you simply being yourself."


    Six-year-old Grace aspires to be an artist like her beloved grandfather Walt. Every week, she goes to his house and watches with great joy as he paints.

    Of course, not everyone appreciates Grandpa Walt's artwork. But as Walt tells Grace, "So... more

  • "Willy Worm" ISBN# 978-1-4969-3063-7

    by Connie M. Campbell
    This 50 page coloring book is filled with positive messages at the bottom of each picture. It is designed to teach caring, sharing, friendship, and striving to succeed, all while having fun creating through coloring.
  • A Pinkboat Adventure

    by Kathleen Ivan
    Two young girls, Kathlean and Crustina, set out on a day's worth of fun in their sailboat. However, something extraordinary happens. The extremely hot weather of the day causes problems that involve a seagull and, eventually, a kind stranger that magically appears out of nowhere.
  • I Wonder...What Could It Be?

    by Charlotte Babler
    Grace sits at window side looking at creatures as they go by. Each page reveals clues in the text so the child can guess what might be on the next page! The illustrations also have hidden clues that give the child added excitement as they guess. Grace discovers Butterflies, rabbits, snakes and more!
  • Surrendering the Reins

    by Les Graham
    SYNOPSIS – SURRENDERING THE REINS In the sequel to ‘Jude’s Gentle Giants,’ Jude Bonner continues his maturation in becoming a Godly man. After finishing high school, Jude starts another round of life. Pete and Joe are still his main steeds and Judy Clemons seems to be his girl. Greg Shants is not done with Jude or Pete and Joe. The county fair is where Greg punishes Pete and Joe while Jude is sleeping in a tent. Who saves Pete and Joe from Greg Shants and his evil ways? Pete ... more
  • To Get to You

    by Joanne Bischof
    To get to the girl he loves, Riley Kane must head off on a road trip with the father he never knew. Then pray for a miracle. Most teens would love to have a pro surfer for a dad. Just not Riley. Abandoned as a kid, he hates the sound of the ocean and the man who gave himself to it. When the eighteen-year-old learns that his best friend is stranded at a New Mexico hospital as her father fights for his life, Riley hits the highway to head east. But when his Jeep breaks down before he e... more
  • Everybody Wake Up!!

    by Daniel Jude Miller
    This isn’t a library book. And it’s definitely not a bed time story. No, this an out loud, everybody join in, yelling type story. Sunny is a curly haired, little girl who absolutely loves being awake. A bright and early, rise and shine, time to get up kinda girl. Unfortunately, as she heads out to enjoy the day, she comes across all sorts of snoozers, sleepyheads, dozers and nappers. There is only one thing Sunny can do to make sure they don’t miss out on all the amazingness of the... more
  • Earclaw and Eddie

    by Daniel Jude Miller
    Eddie is just a regular guy trying to get by in his boring life, when out of nowhere he finds himself underneath a very unwelcome visitor. Earclaw is the unwelcome visitor and exists as nothing more than a crushing weight on Eddie's head. Faced with this permanent guest, Eddie must learn to endure, accept and possibly trick Earclaw in leaving once and for all. This beautifully illustrated children's story is both comical as well as inspirational, reminding children and adults alike that li... more
  • Grandma Lives in Us!

    by Adelina Gotera
    Why does Grandma sleeps so much? Simone misses playing with her. Curiously, she opens Grandma's bedroom door and discovers the truth. With the help of her loving family, young Simone accepts the passing away of her dear grandmother. Young as she is, Simone observes the characteristics of each of the members of her family. Suddenly, she realizes that Grandma lives on after all-- in her family.
  • Dewey's Sunny Day

    by Harriet-Lane Ngo
    Dewey comes from a land where it always rains. One morning, the rain stops. He sees a girl riding a cloud in the sky. In order to fly, he must climb and make a friend along the way.
  • This Girl Climbs Trees

    by Ellen Plotkin Mulholland
    What is a new teen to do when her father chops down her first best friend, a motherly maple that has guarded her window since birth? Eliza Mills frets over her beloved tree where she climbed to the very top, sat and thought and wondered. Who is left to listen to her teen worries? Who can help her cope? What's up there, out there? If there is a god, why has he - or she - taken away what and who she loves? Perhaps some help lies inside a mysterious box left behind by her dying grandfather. Convinc... more
  • living on the edge-the last people on earth BY rOSILAND mILLER

    by rosiland miller
    Researcher writing on the deforestation of the Amazon forest and lost of the native people living in the villages. Its loaded with details of the exotic rituals and ceremonies followed as part of their way of daily living. The greedy loggers and rancher are pushing them out. and even resorted to shooting a 73 year old nun in the head that was trying to help the people and save their precious l land. The Amazon Rain forest have been referred to as the Lungs of the Earth...When its gone so goe... more
  • Soaring Through Stars: A Contemporary Young Adult Novel

    by Rajdeep Paulus
    “I live in the in between. Between holding on and letting go. Hurt clings to me. Hope teases me. Home. I can’t explain it, but sometimes, I just want to go home.” Talia and Jesse Vanderbilt have escaped a childhood full of abuse, and when they have a chance to put their father behind bars, setbacks arise from every direction. The siblings can't help but consider the option to walk away and move on with their lives. Then someone unexpected brings his own secrets, forcing the Vanderbilt te... more

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