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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Silly Rhymes for Boys and Girls

    by B. Craig Jones
    A book of original 'Nonsense Rhymes'
that children will love to hear and read.
Edward Lear and Lewis Carroll popularized this
style in the 19th century, and others have 
continued it up to the present day. 
Silly Rhymes for Boys & Girls is sure to get a giggle out 
of the young ones and those that are young at heart.
  • The Longest, Darkest Night!

    by Peter B Lewis
    On the rarest of all nights – a total eclipse of the moon occurs on Winter Solstice. Mrs. Owl, Madam Opossum, Young Weasel, Mr. Raccoon and Brother Fox are scared. The wise old storyteller, Grampa Cedar, who has seen it all, guides his nocturnal neighbors through a night they’ll never forget. The Longest, Darkest Night! is an illustrated children’s story about the wonders of nature, celestial cycles and the “humanness” of animals. Fear of the dark and the unknown, collaboration, generosity an... more
  • Caroline and the Not-Mamma

    by Barbara Leary

    A toddler alternates between terror and fury when her parents leave her in the care of her Grandmother for the day. To Caroline, “Grandmother” is “Not-Mamma. She screams at the woman’s every attempt to make her happy and imagines the worst about the kindly woman: Terrifying teeth that could eat her! Hair like wild worms! A lunch of red snakes! But as the day goes on, Caroline’s fears fail to materialize and she finds it harder and harder to remain grumpy.... more

  • Elle of Portuana

    by Samuel Narh

    Elle of Portuana is about environmental stewardship. Assist Elle to plant more trees across the world.

    Elle is from a small town by the beach named Portuana. She loves trees, nature, and saving money. This picture book takes a child into Elle's world. The child then sees how Elle ties all her passions together.

     

  • A Tuesday Kind of Love

    by Lyndsi Richards
    A Tuesday Kind of Love is about a beautiful gorilla named Lani which means "heavenly" in Hawaiian, and a handsome monkey named Kanoa which means "the free one". They live in a tropical jungle and fall in love very quickly. They have twins together but end up realizing when the twins are very young they don't want the same life. So they decided splitting up would be the best decision for the family. They continue to show gratitude towards each other knowing it is important for the children to see... more
  • The Storm 1776

    by Tom Schneider
    Christmas night, 1776. General Washington is losing the Revolutionary War. In a desperate attempt to turn the corner, he plans to cross the Delaware River and lead a surprise attack on Hessian forces in Trenton, New Jersey in the midst of a winter storm. Amongst Washington's troops is 14-year-old Nathan Smith, whose mother has just been murdered by a group of Hessian soldiers. While trying to care for his younger sister and track down his father, Nathan's manhood will be tested and transformed d... more
  • A Tough Nut To CRACK

    by Eric VanTuyl
    Mac is a macadamia nut that has some unique ways about him that his friends just can't grasp. within this wonderful story of friendship, they come to an understanding that it's not how different he is, but how special he is inside.
  • JoJo Learns About Credibility

    by Sivonnia DeBarros
    JoJo learns about a legal principle - Credibility - in a very practical way after lying to his counsin, Javi, about taking his cereal. JoJo quickly learns that lying does not create a great reputation or trust. So, JoJo makes the right decision to be truthful when confronted by his Grandmother. Once this decision is made, JoJo feels better about telling the truth and know that he can be trusted in the future.
  • The Haunted Hanging Tree

    by David and Michael Krumboltz
    Ten-year-old Scooter Kane, and his sister, Mary, learn their great-great-grandfather was hanged for murdering the sheriff of Dry Gulch, California in 1873. The two kids visit the area to seek the truth.
  • A Garden Locked

    by Naomi Ruppin

    “Recall yourself, Abigail,” the king said. “And be thankful you’re a woman and do not suffer the consequences a man would, for speaking as you just have.”

    “I’ve never been less thankful to be a woman!”

    Abigail flings these words at her brilliant but remote father King Solomon. He’s just casually informed her she’s to marry the sinister Prophet Nathan, a lizard-eyed palace schemer four times her age. Determined to prevent ... more

  • The Happy Bubble

    by FUDGEWILLI
  • Cousins

    by Marnie Reynolds-Bourque
    Many of our first memories are made with cousins, and if we are lucky, we continue making memories our whole lives with them. This book emphasizes the meaning of family and also exposes kids to geography. Included in this book is a map of the USA for children to see where family lives, and there is also a blank family tree at back of book for family to fill out together. This book can be a heirloom for your children to enjoy many years!
  • The Watering Can

    by Marnie Bourque
    No Mother realizes how fast time flies, until she has an empty nest. This book serves a dual purpose.... Comforting empty nesters and exposing kids to nature.
  • Black Boy, Black Boy

    by Crown Shepherd
    A MELODIC MANTRA WITH A POWERFUL MESSAGE: BLACK BOYS CAN BE A DOCTOR, A JUDGE, THE PRESIDENT . . . ANYTHING THEY WANT TO BE!
  • The Bad Lie

    by Peter Dudley
    Jay had hoped to spend the summer after fifth grade at his dad’s in New York, but instead he’s stuck in boring day care while his mom works and his friends bike around and have fun. Jay’s weekly bright spot is the day care’s golf outings at Fair Elm Country Club on Monday and Wednesday afternoons. Although his cool friends make fun of him for being in day care, he likes golfing with Becca, a smart girl on the fringe of the popular group who’s really helping him improve his putting. When his f... more
  • Milton the Christmas Moose

    by Steve and Jean Goodwin
    Milton is a moose who loves Christmas. Unfortunately, due to his disability, the other moose will not play with him. See how the kindness he shows to all the animals in the forest eventually teach the other moose the true meaning of Christmas. This comes after Santa visits him and gives him a very special gift.

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