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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Journey Into Darkness, a story in four parts, 3rd edition

    by J. Arthur Moore
    Unlike the broad Civil War epics written by many, JOURNEY INTO DARKNESS is a four-part fiction about one young soldier's experience in the conflict itself, from raids on small farms in northwestern Arkansas to the battlefields of Shiloh, Perryville, Murfreesboro, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, and the Wilderness Campaign. Told through a researched blend of fact and fiction, it is a small story -- but a single thread in the grand fabric of the war. Yet, in a war in which more than 200,000 boys a... more
  • Wilderness Therapy

    by Paul Cumbo
    Five teenage boys face their demons at an isolated mountain lodge under the guidance of tough-love mentors. Just two weeks in, however, a suspicious accident leaves them stranded and unsupervised. They soon discover a menace within their group, and what began as a struggle for redemption becomes a fight for survival deep in the Montana wilderness.
  • How the Deer Moon Hungers

    by Susan Wingate
    For readers who enjoy books like Where the Crawdads Sing and My Sister's Keeper. MACKENZIE FRASER witnesses a drunk driver mow down her seven-year-old sister and her mother blames her. Then she ends up in juvie on a trumped-up drug charge. Now she's in the fight of her life...on the inside! And she's losing.
  • Our Baby to Love

    by Angela Rehak
    Mommy and Daddy are having their first child a brand new baby boy! The whole big loud extended family including Nonna, Pop, the aunts, uncles and cousins bring gifts and food. They are so excited to meet the new baby, even Tula the puppy leaps in the air with joy!. A sweet rhyming book that shares the happiness of a new baby to love!
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    by Dr. Qooz
    Child fear is addressed in a positive way acknowledging the child's fear without reinforcing imaginary creatures. Zora the Zebra hears a story while shopping with her mom. She allows the imaginary monster to come to her bedroom that night. Mother Zebra dispels the notion of monsters and ghosts of the night and helps Zora with an everyday solution to overcome her fears.
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    by Dr. Qooz
    The first day of school is second only to birth in trauma for a child. Gerri feels awkward as a new student to the area. He finds out everyone is different and he can fit in. Thanks to his parents who prepared him for his very first time alone without mom and dad.
  • Harry and the Pelican Coloring Book

    by Amy Leaf

    Harry visits his grandpa. Harry's cousins decide to walk to the lighthouse. Harry decides he can make it to the lighthouse, too. Along the way, Harry meets a new friend and has fun! Harry has a great day!

    Enjoy the coloring book companion to HARRY AND THE PELICAN. Color the illustrations, while following the story of HARRY AND THE PELICAN.

  • The Bunny on the Moon

    by Isla Wynter
    Up on the moon lives a small little bunny, His name, so they say, is Maribus Honey. Maribus is lonely and doesn’t want to be all alone on the moon anymore. He builds a ladder and climbs down to Earth, but who is making those weird noises?And why is the bunny girl he meets so familiar? A picture book about new experiences, making friends and letting go of your fears. With a strong message of learning to talk about your worries, this rhyming tale is sure to be a bedtime favourite.
  • BRODY CODY AND THE STEPMOTHER FROM OUTER SPACE

    by Toni Pike
    Brody Cody is almost eight years old and definitely, absolutely, positively does NOT want a mother. His mother died when he was a baby but life with his dad is just perfect. Brody is horrified when his father goes away to a publishing conference and returns with a wife, Pandora Smith, who is a children’s author. His life spirals out of control as he is forced to eat healthy food, do his homework and help with some chores. Even worse, he and his friends suspect that his new stepmother might... more
  • Shore Leave

    by Syd Gilmore

    On the day that school let out for summer vacation, 14-year-old Billy McBride thought life couldn’t get much better. He’d just finished his freshman year of high school, he was dating the girl of his dreams, and right after his big brother’s graduation party, they were leaving for the Jersey Shore to spend the entire summer at the beach. What could possibly go wrong? In the summer of 1975 Gerald Ford was President, Elton John was the biggest rock star in the world, and peopl... more

  • Origami Orchestra

    by Ammie Elliott
    Let your imagination unfold as an orchestra of origami debuts its soulful tune just for you. In this 286-word story, readers are introduced to a whimsical land where the art of origami is anything but stiff. Origami Orchestra is part of a new book series titled The Dreamscape Series. The collection is a celebration of inclusiveness. No matter our gender, race, or cultural differences, everyone dreams. This book, and the others in the series (coming soon), incorporate new words and informatio... more
  • The King's Broad Arrow

    by Kathryn Goodwin Tone

    Despite the revolutionary fervor sweeping across the American colonies in 1775, Sam Nevens, a 13-year-old from New England, is reluctant to fight. Sam is outwardly skeptical of the war and inwardly doubtful of his own courage. He is tested and transformed by a remarkable journey which includes: being trapped on a British prison ship; hiding out in occupied Boston; joining Paul Revere in a search for gunpowder for the Continental Army; helping Thomas Paine print and deliver copies of Ameri... more

  • Polly Goes to the Fair

    by Marcia Miles
    For everyone who loves adventure, Polly is always offering new ones. Polly is busy learning more, and more about her world. In the second book in this series, Polly visited the fair, what will Polly learn. Continue reading to find out.
  • Jam Sessions: Sometimes in Middle School, the best you can do is survive.

    by Jerry Harwood
    Meet Phillip. His mom relocates him to a new school in the middle of the school year. Things do not go well. Phillip lands himself a trip to the dean of student’s office when he tries to forge his mother’s signature. Maybe if he spelled her name correctly it would have gone better. Phillip also finds himself having more and more anxiety. And the song some bullies are singing is certainly not helping: Phillip Willip, Puddin and Pie. Got a bad grade and made him cry. There i... more
  • To the Ends of the Earth

    by Sharon Thayer
    A lyrical “love story” that goes beyond all borders. "To the Ends of the Earth" is a journey of love from the moment it comes into your world, through the challenges it brings, as you travel through wild storms, over steep mountains, across mighty oceans, and through the deepest jungles, ever pushing forward, fueled by love’s unlimited power. Through our lives we all lose our smile once in a while. We get bored, sick, upset, lost, or afraid. When that happens, our burdens are greatly li... more
  • Annalynn the Canadian Spy: Terrible Tissues

    by Shawn P. B. Robinson
    Ten-year-old Annalynn has just been hired as a spy. Two men and two women break into Annalynn's home and steal a box of tissues, literally from under their noses. No one can imagine why someone would do such a thing, but Annalynn has been put on the case. Her country needs her, but does she have what it takes? Laugh your way through the adventure of a lifetime as Annalynn embarks on her new life as a Canadian Spy in this exciting series starter!

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