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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Star Sisters and the Best Seller

    by Jennifer Blecher
    K.J. Dowling has big dreams of writing a book. But when no one takes her seriously, she starts to doubt herself. It's Coco and Lucy to the rescue in an urban adventure in the city where dreams come true - NYC. Join the girls as they make their way through the Metropolitan Museum of Art, around Central Park and down 5th Avenue to show one special little girl that being different is a good thing and believing in yourself is even better. An inspiring read for everyone with big dreams.
  • Star Sisters and the Great Skate

    by Jennifer Blecher
    Figure skaters Nina and Tara have dreamed of going to the Olympics since they laced up their first pair of ice skates. But when Nina falls and hurts her knee the day of the qualifying competition, it turns out that her slip was more than just an accident. Join Coco and Lucy as they take to the ice to help a little girl learn a whole lot about sportsmanship, kindness, and the importance of saying "I'm sorry." Welcome to a whole new kind of reading fun!
  • Star Sisters and the Big Show

    by Jennifer Blecher
    Trina Fast loves to be up on stage with the microphone turned up high and her guitar in her hands. But when Trina writes a song about her friend Lake for the summer camp talent show that hurts Lake's feelings, she learns an important lesson about the power of her own voice. It's summertime and Coco and Lucy are ready to dive into the swimming pool and another great adventure about the meaning of friendship.
  • Villagers

    by Brandy Schillace
    It's not easy being the only unofficial vampire at Newport News High-especially when your sister starts dating the local jock (and first-class jerk) Tony Peterson. Convinced that Tony is up to something, Jacob and his best friend Henry hatch a plan. Jake's investigative journalism doesn't break up Lizzy's romance, but it does lead him to some unexpected twists. Teaming up with co-newsie Trish Cohen, Jake and Henry take on a suspicious case of bike thefts-in between trips to the hospital for more... more
  • High Wind to Idaho: An Historical Airship Adventure

    by Rod Barclay
    Set during the nation's first UFO scare of 1896, Japanese boy steals a ride on a secret balloon and is blown over the Pacific Ocean to Idaho amid rumors of Martian Invaders and Alien abduction. Befriended by Idaho farm boy and family, who help him return pursued by zealous sheriff, a female Pinkerton detective and a vengeful Japanese army officer. Story based on actual events and technology of Japanese balloon bombs during WWII.
  • You Are Perfect Just the Way You Are

    by Sannel Larson

    'You're a snowflake unlike any other, so unique in one way or another.' 
    These lines convey the essence of what the author wants to tell young readers. The rhyme, the whimsy, the colors, the illustrations and the rhythms make it a charming story book. The pictures complement the words beautifully and add to the effect of the concept. 

  • DEX

    by sheri lynn fishbach
    Dex Rossi is a gawky twelve-year-old foodie who has been rolling out phyllo dough since his friends were rolling out Play-Doh! An entrepreneur at heart, he runs a gourmet lunch stand from his family's front lawn in hopes of earning enough money to buy the Gymbuff, a professional work-out system promising the perfect athletic body. Dex is keeping his plans on the down-low, certain his lanky frame is the one thing that stands between him and Sarah, the girl of his dreams, who only seems intere... more
  • Jojo the Dreamer: The Adventures of a Young Mind

    by Sherry Rollins
    Jojo the Dreamer shares his adventures and inspires his young readers to take on the world through their imaginations and in their own lives. Book one of an eight part series is an exhilarating look at all the adventures that are to come as well as an introduction to the character, mind, and will of Jojo the Dreamer.
  • TORMENTED

    by Kate MacHugh
    Tormented, dives deep in to the teenage psyche and exposes the gruesome underbelly of high school life. We all have something that torments us; bullies, secrets, lies. What if you have all three? Kelly Peters fights fiercely against her demons. The question is; will she win?
  • A Glimpse from Christmas Past

    by Daniel C Donahue
    It's a story of a young father who while doing some last minute shopping, one snowy Christmas Eve, has a magical experience. He carefully turns a corner to look upon a scene through as shop window of a little girl getting onto Santa's lap. He begins to reminisce of a time with his own children and when he was younger doing much of the same things. Then as the little girl hops off of Santa's lap he makes eye contact and they are both immediately taken back in time to a moment they both had sh... more
  • Puddles or Lunch?

    by Anna Makonin
    A fun story about a child dinosaur having far too much fun messing about and then expecting lunch. The story centres around how the little dinosaur figures out how to get clean. A lighthearted story containing many fun repetitions that encourage audience participation. Suitable for children 4 years and older.
  • Josh's Wall

    by Cliff Ashpaugh
    Joshua Crass wishes to teach his son the truth of his youth and prepare Michael for an upcoming disaster in the form of an autobiographical memoir. He leaves the book beside his sleeping son in bed, but Michael is awake. He reads his father's story through the night to discover that sometimes our choices make us, sometimes they break us, and sometimes, as in Joshua's case, they do both.
  • Anna and I

    by Paul Feldman
    I am about to experience my first day of kindergarten and guess I'm a little ill at ease because the only person I know is my older brother who is 3 grades ahead of me. I'll be really on my own without even a friend in my grade level because we just moved into this neighborhood and we don't know anyone yet. Making friends has always been easy for me, but I must admit it would be easier if there was a trusted friend to help me through the experience of my first day ever in school. Anna... more
  • The Adventures of Hermie the Hermit Crab: Finding a New Shell

    by Doreen D. Alfano
    When Hermie has a problem with his shell he sets off to find a new one. During this adventure he encounters more then he bargained for.
  • Prissy On The Moon

    by Dolores Andral
    In this title, Prissy is bored and unhappy, so she wants to leave home and live on the moon! As she lets her imagination run wild, she jumps on the furniture, she uses her outside voice indoors, and ultimately crashes into her momma. When she finds out about a party her family is throwing, will the excitement of friends and party favorites be enough to keep her grounded on earth?
  • The Label

    by Candace Clark
    Evan Snyderman is an Atheist who runs for Student Council in his central Illinois high school in order to get public prayers at meetings, sporting events and before school tests stopped. But, the Evangelical students at the school refuse to allow this to happen and will do whatever they can to stop Evan on his quest. Along with his five friends, Evan has to tolerate verbal, emotional and physical abuse in order to even the playing field and get the respect that they desire.

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