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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Is There Enough?

    by Faye Hartzell

    Noah is curious and watches everything. He asks questions when he doesn't undertand things and searches for answers. Something exciting is happening at his house. He has checked the dining room, the living room, and the bedrooms but he still wonders, is there enough?

  • Go to Liberty

    by Patricia Hilliard
    GO TO LIBERTY is a novel about a community’s effort to preserve a public park.
  • Grandparents' Day

    by Tina Marie Kaht
    In this heartwarming story, a loving grandchild cares for her elderly grandparents as she fondly recalls how they did the same for her when she was younger. Simple drawings and elegant use of color combine with gentle rhyme to touch the hearts of parents and children alike. Learn to cherish the memories we make with our family members, young and old.
  • Dress Up Day

    by Tina Marie Kaht

    Come with us as we dress up. Be a princess, pilot, or chef. Maybe you think a policeman is best. Farm the land, sing in a band, or fight fires like a fireman. See a teacher, a doctor, an artist, too, and learn about the jobs they do. Bright, colorful illustrations combine with fun rhyme to fill children’s dreams with beautiful possibilities. Bring your sashes, glasses, and fake mustaches!

  • The First is the Worst: The Adventures of Emily Funderbunk #2 (Volume 2)

    by K.S. Fish
    First times are scary for Emily Funderbunk. In fact, they're the worst! Join Emily and Grandpa Fred as they embark on a day filled with first times. What will Emily do?
  • Turtle Soup: The Adventures of Emily Funderbunk

    by K.S. Fish
    Emily Funderbunk is six years old and has been given the responsibility of making her grandfather his favorite soup. The only problem is the main ingredient has other ideas!
  • Bing & Nero: Boy+Robot=Fun

    by I.L. Williams
    Share a day with an inventive young boy in a story that celebrates creativity, friendship and fun. Bing wants a dog. But his mother says a dog is out of the question. What´s a young boy in need of a friend to play with on a boring Saturday morning to do? Why, make his own friend! And what a friend his new creation is! The product of Bing´s rich imagination and household junk from the basement, Nero is a metallic wonder. From the moment he is switched on, the house is filled with fun! And whe... more
  • Chicano

    by Sheila O'Malley
    The journey of a lifetime takes a young boy from his home in Naco, Mexico, up the San Pedro River, through the Arizona desert, all the way to Aspen, Colorado and then back to his hometown. It is also his journey of becoming "Chicano"
  • Molly and Babou

    by James Mahoney

     As she trots through the forest in autumn, Molly meets Babou, a bear. She wants no one, including her adopted sisters, Rags and Pupsie, to find out about the friendship they develop. Babou takes Molly for rides on his back through the woods. They meet an arrogant fox, a heart broken raccoon. Molly is devastated when Babou leaves her to return north to hibernate.                      

    A harsh winter passes. Babou comes back to ... more

  • Ryan's Imaginary House: The Power of Imagination

    by Judith Z. Brutus

    Ryan lives in a small house and needs more space indoors and outdoors to play with his classmates. His mom and dad cannot afford it and he is too young to buy a house himself. What will Ryan do?

     

    • Ryan is a popular little boy, 5 years old and a kindergartener, who lives in a small house with his mom, dad, and younger brother on the outskirts of his town. However, he is not happy with his life because his house is too small to invite his classmates over t... more
  • The Secret Lake

    by Karen Inglis
    A time travel mystery in which Stella (11) and Tom (8), when trying to find their elderly neighbor's missing dog, discover a tunnel and lake that take them to their home and the children living there 100 years in the past. Here they make both friends and enemies, and uncover startling connections between the past and present.
  • Toto's Adventures with Dorothy

    by Dennis Sanchez
    With dogged determination and bravery, Toto guided Dorothy and the others through one perilous adventure after another. At least that is how Toto tells it in his humorous interpretation of the Wizard of Oz, filled with offbeat conversations and peppered with puns. Now read Toto's side of the story in his own words that, strangely, seemed lost to his companions although he enunciates his barks clearly. If you have ever owned and loved a dog, you will enjoy this parody of that follows the origin... more
  • Fighting for Freedom and General Washington

    by Michael Justin Lee

    Thirteen year old twins from Virginia, Amanda and Alexander Lee, have yearned for adventure off the family farm all their young lives. Their opportunity arises when fellow Virginian, George Washington, is commissioned as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army in 1775.

    Three years too young to enlist, Alexander devises an audacious deception to serve under General Washington. Meanwhile, Amanda devises an even greater deception and fights with many of the Revolutionary War’s gre... more

  • What Is Your Cat Doing?

    by Renee Williams
    A cute and adorable cat taps into the imagination of every boy and girl. He shows them many different occupations and inspire their dreams.
  • Witch Goes to Hollywood: The Zany Hazbean Story

    by K.L. Kelly
    When Zany Hazbean commandeers the stage, her critics roar, "Outrageous!" "Zany!" "A circus!" This witch hogs the stage and tumbles just about everyone on it. Laugh out loud to Zany's shenanigans on her cilmb to the teetering top in 46 vibrant, illustrated pages. First of the Zany Hazbean Series and prequel to "The Comeback Witch."
  • The Pinocchios: Long Lost Logs of a Family Tree

    by Dennis Sanchez
    The Pinocchios, a family tree cut apart into five logs by Tin Woodman, find themselves whisked from the Land of Oz by a cyclone and into the possession of the master craftsman, Geppetto, in Italy. Discovering that these five logs are alive, Geppetto learns the three smaller logs are children and the two larger ones their parents. He carves the children into live puppets and the parents he fashions into Greek god candlesticks who can light and extinguish their own candles. After the kidnap of ... more

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