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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Nelson Telson: The Story of a True Blue Blood

    by Heidi Mayo
    Painfully shy and lonely, eleven-year-old Mariah Miller hates being a human; she’d rather be an animal so she wouldn’t have to go to school and deal with mean old Mrs. Tarbox and her nasty cousin Travis who has invaded her life. Enchantment abounds when she finds a magic spearhead on the beach that allows her to talk to a wise old horseshoe crab and a host of other animals. Her father becomes seriously ill, and throughout her trials in the real world, she is often surprised by the unpredictabl... more
  • The terrible neck pain of Sunny the Sunflower

    by Victoria Novillo Saravia
    This is the hilarious story of how Sunny the Sunflower got healed from his terrible neck pain. It is also a tender tale that highlights the importance of friendship, team-working and perseverance, as well as community values.
  • Status The Game

    by Vincent Robert Annunziato

    The Internet Game Too Dangerous To Stop Playing! (Young Adult/New Adult)

    If you enjoy suspense, thrilling action and high stakes drama, then you will enjoy reading "Status The Game!" Author Vincent Robert Annunziato seamlessly guides readers through a landscape where virtual reality trumps real life and popularity is the only thing worth living for. 

    Everyone is suspect in this thrilling adventure of social battles that ... more

  • No Mistake: Journey to Self-Acceptance

    by Chandra Washington

    Abena feels hopeless and alone when her classmates begin to ridicule her for the way she looks.  Despite positive reinforcements from her parents, Abena chooses to believe what her peers tell her; that she is “ugly.” No Mistake: Journey to Self-Acceptance is a story of a little girl’s journey from low self-esteem to learning self-love, even when her peers continue to reject her.  At the end of the story, the author provides a self-he... more

  • Mr. Scraps

    by Taylor Holden
    Inspired by the true story of a dog named Rip who was the first search-and-rescue dog during the Second World War, Mr. Scraps is a heartwarming story of courage, love and devotion that will appeal to parents and children alike.
  • The Bully Buster

    by Andrew J. Aulner
    In this young adult tale, a high school freshman named Billy Brians stands up to Freddy "Cougar" Brown, a notorious bully, by becoming a would-be superhero (the eponymous Bully Buster) but also learns the importance of faith.
  • The Great Quilboar Race: The Lonely Quilboar: The Great Quilboar Race

    by samantha griggs
    The quilboar are going to the great quilboar race this year. the question on every quilboars mind is who will win?
  • the lonely quilboar

    by samantha M. Griggs

    The lonely Quilboar needs a friend. so he sets out on an amazing journey to find one. he'll face many obstacles on his way through the forest. will he find the friend he's been searching for?

  • Starlet's Web: The Starlet Series, #1

    by Carla Hanna
    Starlet's Web, book one of The Starlet Series by Carla Hanna is a memoir of fictitious Hollywood teenage starlet Liana Marie. Seventeen-year-old Liana is on top of her game and has an Oscar to prove it. However, her success, like several in Hollywood, has a big price tag. It is not easy balancing the life of being a teenager and being a big star. She is trying to live her life the best way she can, hooking up with some cute boys along the way, and fighting off unwanted advances. Then she realize... more
  • Turkey and Mr. Bear: Unlikely Friends Discover the Meaning of Holiday Spirit, Together.

    by Jessika Daly
    When Turkey shares his enthusiasm for Thanksgiving with Mr. Bear, he learns that he has no idea what that holiday really means. With wild ideas about birthday cake, fireworks and stockings hung by Santa, he soon finds out what Thanksgiving is all about. What does that mean for Turkey?
  • Your Special Star

    by Jessica M. Collette
    Are you missing a loved one who has passed? Follow Bobby’s example and find Your Special Star. His mom’s words on the scroll encourage and comfort him when he feels sad and misses her. Embrace her words and let them guide you through your loss of a loved one, too. Like Bobby, take comfort in knowing, love from above, is always sent from Your Special Star.
  • The Legend of Stratus Janice

    by Jamel Paul
    Meet Stratus Janice, air racer extraordinaire! Often known as "Sassy 70" for scoring first place in her first ICC (International Cloud Crowd) Arial Competition, Janice competes against the world's best pilots as they demonstrate their speed, precision, and skill in a fierce acrobatic race to glory. However, the villainous Felony Fox doesn't play by the rules and is out to sabotage all who stand in her way. Can Stratus escape the mischievous machinations of the villainous Fox? Find out as St... more
  • Isabella Babysits Baxter

    by Melissa Perry Moraja
    Six year old Isabella usually is the one who has a babysitter. But when her enormous puppy named Baxter creates a mess and prevents her mom from working, Isabella's mom asks her to babysit him. And Isabella knows exactly what to do! Or does she? First, Isabella gets Baxter dressed...TWICE! Next they have a snack, but not without a CRASH and a BANG. And that’s just the beginning. Join Isabella in her very first picture book filled with lots of humor and adventure as she tries to keep Baxter from ... more
  • 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.

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