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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Pepper Parrot's Problem with Patience

    by Carole P. Roman
    The crew of the Flying Dragon are sailing again. This time, new crew member, Pepper Parrot is having a hard time keeping up with the drills. Captain No Beard and his mates join together to help Pepper achieve her goals with patience and tolerance.
  • Captain No Beard An Imaginary Tale of a Pirate's Life

    by Carole P. Roman
    Captain No Beard and his pirate ship The Flying Dragon set sail for a voyage of the imagination with his fearless crew of four: First Mate Hallie, Mongo the Monkey, Linus the loudmouthed lion, and Fribbit the floppy frog. Normally a young boy named Alexander, his cousin Hallie, and three stuffed animals, once they board his bed their world is transformed into a magical vessel, sailing the seven seas on dangerous and exciting adventures! Captain No Beard - An Imaginary Tale of a Pirate's Life nam... more
  • The Secret Drawer Club

    by Barbe Turner
    This is the story of Zim, a fifth grade boy, new to William E. Zane Elementary School, who finds himself embraced by the popular kids in Miss Prudence Poppycock’s class. He was never looking to be popular, but once he is, he finds he likes it. Zim’s life is happy-go-lucky until suddenly, he is confronted with Maralissa Lou, an odd boy with unfortunate physical traits, who is accustomed to being judged by his looks. This does not, however, diminish Maralissa’s resolve to try to make friend... more
  • Kung Fu Kitty: Laying Down the Law

    by Lauri Bortz
    In this sequel to her previous book, the critically acclaimed Kung Fu Kitty, Ms. Bortz completes a poignant yet playful retelling of the Biblical story of Exodus, set in ancient China and featuring animal characters. Kung Fu Kitty: Laying Down the Law begins in Henan Province, the birthplace of Kung Fu and the cradle of Chinese civilization, and continues with madcap adventures in outer space. Like its predecessor, this book is family friendly, suitable for readers of all ages. It is charmingly... more
  • The Samurai Bear And The Ninja Squirrel

    by Ray Khan
    For centuries Samurai and Ninja have been mortal enemies, but when a frozen Ninja Squirrel shows up at the cabin of one retired Samurai Bear in the middle of winter for refuge, what will the Samurai Bear do? Will he help his arch enemy the Ninja Squirrel who though frozen and desperate still carries her deadly swords or will he turn her away? Will the Samurai Bear be able to put aside their differences and help his arch enemy?
  • Spunky The Rabbit

    by Ray Khan
    This is a fictitious account of a true story that happened one summer in Denver Colorado. It illustrates that being kind to injured wildlife is such an important lesson to teach our children as we encroach upon their habitat. In Denver as more of the few natural habitats are destroyed to make the make way for housing, it is important that we exercise consideration for the displaced wildlife that we inadvertently encounter in our daily life.
  • Perky Girl: The Amazing Life of Bienna Molo

    by Vera I. Roberts
    Announcing Perky Girl: bringing you a new children's chapter book by a youth for youth! Written by a 9-year old girl, the book captures an innocence and wholesomeness that would be difficult for an adult to emulate. The novel follows Bienna Molo from preschool through to old age, and is filled with schoolyear fun. Kids know what kids want-- let child author Vera I. Roberts bring the joy of Perky Girl into your life.
  • The Lost Castle Treasure

    by Don M. Winn
    The treasure house of Knox castle is empty! Now conspiracy and war threaten the kingdom while mysterious noises and unexplained events fill the castle. As best friends Kaye, Reggie, and Beau search for the missing treasure, jealous knights plot to get rid of Kaye for good. Can Kaye find the treasure in time to save the kingdom? Or will he risk losing his knighthood forever? Join Kaye, Reggie, and Beau as they search for hidden clues, secret passages, a lost castle treasure, and their place in th... more
  • Samantha and the Legend of the Whispering Trees

    by Judy Kundert
    Twelve year-old Tressi and her friend Ralph Rabbit, a large white rabbit dressed as a medieval prince, open their world to Samantha, a cloistered young violin virtuoso. Tressi’s world consists of trees of all kinds, mythical and real. Forest gnomes help Tressi by transporting a magical chest containing three special volumes of books through the forest. Each book, which she opens for Samantha, contains a story that will inspire and awaken children to enjoy nature and learn to look insid... more
  • No More Red

    by Bonnie Ferrante
    Amy is having a very bad day because of red. When Amy wishes she would never see red again, she learns that life is not as enjoyable without it. Readers will enjoy discovering the 98 red things featured in the book.
  • House of Girls

    by Joyce Shor Johnson
    Sharon knows, being fifteen, falling in love, and getting pregnant is a real problem. Especially, if you are Jewish, your boyfriend isn’t, and you are determined to keep your baby. Just because Sharon agrees to go away to home for unwed girls to wait out her pregnancy in secret, doesn’t mean she is willing to give up her baby. Will Jimmy come through for her? Will she do the hardest thing she believes she will ever have to do, say goodbye. Based on the true story of her birth mother, Johns... more
  • Christa's Luck the story of a girl, her horse, and the last wild mustangs

    by Jennifer Grais and Michael Grais
    Inspired by a real horse rescue, Christa’s Luck is a teen fiction novel about Christa’s love for an endangered herd of wild horses and how her special connection with them inspires her to look beyond her own unforgivable mistakes and try again. She rises up to become a horse advocate at fourteen, whose passion and heart move an entire town to take action. In the vein of The Horse Whisperer and the Black Stallion, Christa’s Luck is an epic adventure story of courage, friendship and freedom. ... more
  • Gladly Giraffe

    by George Masi
    This is the story of a sensitive and kindly giraffe who is always eager to help his friends with their problems in an effort to make them happy
  • STILL A FAMILY: A YOUNG CHILD'S BOOK ABOUT DIVORCE

    by SANDY LANTON
    Emily got scared when her parents fought--then angry when they separated. she soon discovered that it was OK to have two homes--even fun, and they were STILL A FAMILY.
  • Imagine!

    by Emma Mactaggart
    The gloriously creative indulgence of simply sitting and day-dreaming has given rise to the greatest creations in human history. We have to give ourselves permission to do so, and to IMAGINE what will be. Of course, sometimes, what will be may be very silly indeed. IMAGINE is a playful romp for the imagination!

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