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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Words

    by Lora Rozler
    In this emotional and highly visual picture book, a lonely letter sets off on a journey to find meaning. As it encounters various letter combinations, it is confronted by two distinct paths and must make an important choice. Readers of all ages will be captivated by this simple, yet high concept, rich story that explores universal themes of discovery, relationships and the need to belong, with an underlying message about bullying. Both timeless and original, Words is an evocative tale about how ... more
  • The Alphabet takes a Journey: Destination Ethiopia!

    by Bethlehem Abera Gronneberg
    Come along with the letters of the English alphabet as they journey to a beautiful and mysterious land called Ethiopia. In this adventure, the letters of the Ethiopian language - the Amharic Feedel - become the cultural ambassadors, as an insightful story tellers. The guest letters will be delighted with a magical tour of Ethiopia’s culture, including great landscapes from majestic mountains to lush green forests. Erupting volcanic lava lakes and a boat ride on the headwaters of the Blue N... more
  • I Love My Amazing Book

    by Jocelyn Scofield
    I Love My Amazing Body is a children's book encouraging confidence and body appreciation. The book is about a spunky little girl named Jackie. Jackie takes the reader through each body part describing all the things she loves to do with her amazing body. With her fingers she loves to play piano. With her hips she loves to hula hoop. With her arms she loves to hug her dog. With her legs she loves to run. From her toes to her head, each body part is given love.
  • Friends: Here...There...Everywhere!!!

    by Rosella Calauti
    Friends Here... There... Everywhere... was written to enhance social and literacy development in young children, ages two to five. Growth occurs at different rates for each child in this very important period of development that occurs rapidly, as they learn to become independent. The book encourages young children to feel secure as they develop, and experience their first encounters of making friends, while they explore the world and continue to become individuals. It is ideal for teachers, par... more
  • ABC's Trip To Africa

    by Ozi Okaro
    This educational reader combines fascinating facts and colorful pictures as it follows a happy green snake who travels across the sprawling continent of Africa. Discover animals, plants, the places people live, and the musical instruments they play while you learn the alphabet one letter at a time.
  • The Celebrated Jumping Frog: a children's picture book

    by BC Dee
    Dylan has a great frog. It must be great because Dylan told everyone he knows that his frog is the fastest, highest-jumping, best frog ever. Trouble starts when a frog race comes to town and puts Dylan's bragging to the test. Will Dylan risk his reputation and race his frog? Will his classmate's store-bought frog leave Dylan's pond frog in the dust? Dylan will have to decide if it is better to race his frog and maybe lose, or to not race and not lose...but not win. Luckily, Dylan has a few t... more
  • The Hiccupopotamus: A Rhyming Picture Book with Authentic African Animals

    by BC Dee
    Baby hippo wakes up with a problem. She has the hiccups, and they won't let her sleep. Under the dawning African sun, she walks around her lakebed home and asks for help from an assortment of animal neighbors. Monkeys, a zebra, an elephant, a lion, and an aardvark are just some of the animals that share their own special cures for the hiccups.
  • The Girl Who Drank the Moon: A Rhyming Picture Book

    by BC Dee
    When Callie and her teddy bear invited the moon in for a tea party, they had no idea how much fun they would have...and what a catastrophe they would cause. What on Earth can you do after you've drunk the moon all up?
  • Beautiful is Black

    by Serenity Anderson
    This book is a powerful tool for parents, caregivers, and teachers as a means of communicating with any child—especially girls—who are dealing with acceptance issues. It teaches that differences are what make us unique, as defined by a young girl’s conversation with her mother. If we all looked exactly the same, the world would not be so colorful or exciting. Each of us contributes something special to the world, even if we do not always feel that way. As parents, caregivers, teachers, and socie... more
  • Canoe Trip

    by David R Beasley
    "In the hard-to-put-down category" Joe Slater Canoe Trip: Author: David R. Beasley ISBN:0-915317-21-4 PRICE: $15.00 Cdn & US Tim persuades his big brother Chuck to go on a canoe trip down the Saugeen River in Ontario. They have to paddle through rapids and overcome the dangers of the river. In the forest and in the towns along the way they have many great adventures. Whether they are chased by moose, trapped by bears, harried by steers, mistakenly jailed, frustrated by big yach... more
  • Alexander Pig Goes Camping (Volume 1)

    by Eva B. Kids
    Eva B. Kids’ enchanting and humorous storybook is full of adventure and mystery. Our hero Alexander Pig thinks that adventure is all about eating lobsters in smart restaurants in Lonby. His friend Pim Hedgehog thinks an adventure is sitting in his little home, eating porridge and apples. But thoughtful Mycroft Zebra explains what an adventure is. Beware! There still are two things Alexander doesn’t know… 1.)\tLobsters can pinch! 2.)\tFrantic monsters lurk in the dark night .... more
  • Kindness Finds Her Voice

    by Cristina Kim
    'Kindness Finds Her Voice' follows Kindness’s day at the Minniverse Playground - one of her most favourite places in the Inniverse. She is delighted to be meeting her great friends Love and Generosity for an afternoon of laughs and fun — but not so delighted to find her frenemy, Selfish there as well. Not one to speak out, and a believer in keeping everyone happy and having a good time, Kindness ignores her feelings as Selfish pushes by her to take her turn — not once, not twice, but many tim... more
  • Ichigo's New School

    by Alani Gamble
    Ichigo Redfur's got fear on the brain because of the dread she feels towards her first day of school. But our adorable, kitten protagonist manages to brace the day despite her fear and comes out of it with a lot of good. Ichigo's many adventures from this day forth, suddenly begin!
  • Guitar Hero

    by Day's Lee

    Sometimes you have to lose it all to discover what you really have. Life can’t get any worse for sixteen-year-old David Chang. He lost his job, is on the verge of being kicked out of his best friend’s band, and Christine thinks he lied to avoid going to the prom with her. How can one little mistake totally ruin a guy’s life? One is all it takes to make David face the music and learn what it really means to be a Guitar Hero. 

  • Adam Undercover, the Presidium Files

    by Aaron Foster

    Adam Locke's latest stunt got him expelled from high school, or so he thought. When the stuffy boys academy his parents send him to turns out to be a clandestine organization in need of new members, he and his classmate Emma begin to learn the shady skills of undercover operatives. During their country-hopping education, they uncover a grave threat to their new way of life and the organization itself. Can a pair of teenagers contend with an international criminal intent on revenge?

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  • A Thousand Cherry Trees

    by Shandy Lawson
    When a prank goes wrong, James finds himself on the verge of losing everything and everyone he loves. As the days unfold his life unravels, until finally reality itself fails him. What will it take to bring James' life back from the brink of catastrophe?

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