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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Dust Fairy Tales: Absolutely Aggie

    by Michelle R. Eastman
    Fairies, music, and dust! Oh my! Aggie is a little Dust Fairy with a big problem. She wants to join the fairy band, but they do not approve of her offbeat style. Aggie is determined to impress them, but that turns out to be harder than she imagined. Just when she thinks she will never find a way to fit in, Aggie discovers it might be more fun to stand out. Lively, rhyming stanzas and vibrant illustrations come together in this magical tale. It is sure to delight boys and girls alike while impart... more
  • QUACK Goes the Corgi

    by Nancy Kondos
    Corgis are darling dogs with short legs that can spin them around on a dime. And why would they need to do that? To catch up with big, jumpy bunnies, grazing sheep, and whizzing soccer balls, of course! In this book, the Corgi gets to be tall, win a blue ribbon for catching soccer balls, and practice good manners. Corgis and bunnies celebrate friendship, but occasionally a Corgi will race away with a bunny’s carrot. Now that’s not so nice.
  • The Rabbit Ate My Flip-Flops

    by Rachel Elizabeth Cole
    You can't bring a rabbit camping. He could get hurt, or lost, or worse! That’s what eleven-year-old Drew Montgomery’s grandparents say when his annoying little sister wants to bring their pet rabbit, Tiny, along on the trip. But that doesn't stop Libby from sneaking the rabbit along anyway. Now Drew has to keep the rabbit out of trouble, before disaster really strikes!
  • The Secret No-Girls Club

    by Rachel Elizabeth Cole
    Best friends Logan and Caleb decide to form a club. A secret no-girls club. They write up the rules, create a secret handshake, and compose a pledge. But who will be president? They can't have a deciding vote with only two people. They're going to need some help from Caleb's little brother--and maybe even Logan's twin sister! The Kids in the Tree House is a series of illustrated early chapter books for young readers ages 6-8.
  • Owl's Dream

    by Valentina Atton
    Once, a great horned owl had a magical dream... In this dream various animals, big and small, tell their stories to a human child who understands them all. "Owl's dream" reveals that we all speak the same language - the language of love.
  • The Rabbit Ate My Homework

    by Rachel Elizabeth Cole
    Blackmailed by his annoying little sister into hiding a rabbit in his bedroom closet from his "No Pets!" parents, eleven-year-old Drew Montgomery must find a way to wiggle out of the deal before the rabbit destroys his bedroom and his life.
  • The Diwali Gift

    by Shweta Chopra & Shuchi Mehta
    When a mysterious package arrives just in time for Diwali, the three friends can hardly contain their excitement! Join the 3 Curious Monkeys Suno, Dekho and Jaano in their adventure as they discover the most wonderful Diwali Gift! Experience traditions of Diwali with sparklers, diyas and rangoli . The beautiful artwork and amusing storyline keeps everyone engaged. Winner of Mom's Choice Award.
  • Max and Snuggle The Cat

    by A. J. Smith
  • Bringing Boomer Home

    by Terence O'Leary

    Cody’s worst day, was the day his brother – his best friend, left to join the Army. Boomer’s worst day was yet to come.

    In high school, Cody followed his big brother’s blocks on the football field. Now, it is his time to lead. Cody and his girlfriend, Kim, embark on a journey to reveal the hero beneath the scars and bring Boomer home.

     

  • Tilly & the Tooth Fairy

    by Brian G Chambers
    Tilly looses her first tooth on the eve of her seventh birthday. Her mother tells her to put it under her pillow and the tooth fairy will leave her a silver coin for it. So that night Tilly puts the tooth under her pillow before she goes to sleep. She has a restless night and wakens to find the tooth fairy by her bedside. Does this mean there will be no silver coin, or is there a bigger surprise from the tooth fairy?
  • Indian Summer

    by Douglas Graney
    Capturing the spirit of the Native American plight, Indian Summer chronicles a modern Apache trek from Seminole reservations in Florida to an Apache reservation in New Mexico. Inspired by an ancestral calling, Ben Henry, the protagonist leads over one hundred fellow Apaches halfway across modern America on horseback to the land of their grandfathers. Along the way they encounter political hostility, racism and violence, which parallels what their ancestors experienced over a century before.**Gle... more
  • Surprising Mrs. Rhubarbson (Marble Mangosteen's Good Deed Collection Book 1)

    by Hadeel Hmoud
    Mrs. Rhubarbson is a busy raccoon. She's Marble and Shooz's landlady and she manages the Old Folks Home all by herself! She spends all her time taking care of others. Roxy, her daughter, works with Marble and Shooz to plan a surprise for her and show her she's special too.
  • The Fallen: Chains of Fire (Book One)

    by Monica R. Fowler
    Since she was a kid, Marie Mitchell has been plagued with dreams of foreign lands, visions of another period in time and floating handwriting that appears from nowhere, but none of it made sense. Not until she bumped into the new guy at school, Brenton Kane, which started a chain of events that was prophesied before they were born. Once Brenton enters her life, she feels she can't live without him, and he makes it clear that he can't live without her. Marie quickly finds out they are connected m... more
  • The Bumpy, Lumpy Horseshoe Crab

    by Janice S. C. Petrie

    The Bumpy, Lumpy Horseshoe Crab is a horseshoe crab adventure with a happy ending. This picture book has a whimsical, rhyming style, and portrays horseshoe crabs exhibiting behaviors that they commonly use in real life. It's the perfect choice for a family read-aloud for children 4-10 years old. It also is a great tool for teachers who are studying marine life, tidepools, or coastal sea animals. The fun, colorful, simply drawn illustrations are expressive, and brin... more

  • un libro per sognare

    by Teresa Averta

    In un “Un libro per sognare”, guida utile e significativa per affrontare il tema dell’educazione all’affettività nelle scuole e nella famiglia, l’autrice Teresa Averta presenta un percorso di sperimentazioni svolte "sul campo"  e fornisce a genitori, insegnanti ed  educatori una miniera di consigli utili non solo a livello didattico-educativo ma anche pratico con  istruzioni chiare ... more

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