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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • 7:30. Bath Time!

    by Peter Adesso
    The whole bath time experience in this book is based on real-life experiences. As a kid myself, I can remember that bath time was a fun experience. As an adult now, I just wish they would get it over with. As a kid, I loved the idea of playing in a tub full of water and then you add toys to the mix. Yeah, fun times.
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    by Johan Rock
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  • Don't Step on the Spider

    by Kirk Raeber
    This is a delightful Children’s Book that follows Tim and his Grandfather Don on an adventure. Tim quickly learns that all life is important. Grandfather Don introduces Tim to all his friends in the fields and forest surrounding his house. The creatures tell Tim how important they are to the earth and without them life would be very different. The reader has several questions at the end of the book and space for hand written answers. The questions give the reader a chance to express the... more
  • The Round Box

    by Lois Wickstrom
    When Carrie's Grandma moved across town, she left 4 boxes in a closet marked KEEP. Fascinator, Wandas, Feathers and Dowse. The Fascinator box is round. Inside is a boat. The boat is a hat. Carrie puts it on and her world rocks. This is the second book in the Grandma's Closet series.
  • Neon Nights

    by Katey Taylor
    Liquor and lust and troubled boys who are hard to trust... After a harrowing summer riddled with tragedies, seventeen-year-old Cait is forced to deal with the aftermath of poor choices and failed relationships. Will Cait be able to continue her journey despite the heavy chains from her past, or will she be dragged down by the same mistakes?
  • Journey to Park Joy

    by Gauri Paydenkar
    This story is about a walk to the park of a boy with his dog and the people he meets along the way.
  • The summer we turned thirteen

    by Kayla Maria
    Harlee Ramirez and James Whitmire have been best friends since they were nine years old. Harlee is bold and brazen, while James is shy and reserved. In some cases, such opposite personalities may repel, but not in theirs. Their differences make the dynamic of their friendship special. So special, Harlee always believed they were untouchable, unbreakable, and that no one could come between them. But the month before Harlee and James' thirteenth birthdays, James proves otherwise. When he ends thei... more
  • Finding Friendship: the Adventures of Wee Maddie & Katie

    by Aunt Beast

     

         Meet Wee Maddie as she searches for a friend to share adventure with and encounters interesting critters that are not quite just right. Meet Katie's littermates and their new, 'DogMa Approved' adoptive families.
        Finally, after a lifetime of waiting, Wee Maddie and Katie team up to begin adventures of their own! Along the journey to Katie, Wee Maddie explores the characteristics of a great friend.
         Spark cu... more

  • The Wonders of the Peculiar Parasol

    by Mark Even
    Three young cousins discover they descend from a powerful wizard, and activate an enchanted parasol that transports them to a fantasy world where they discover their magical abilities. When one of the cousins inadvertently releases an evil sorceress from a magical prison, the cousins must band together and battle the sorceress to save the parasol, their wizard ancestor, and their own families.
  • The Academy Saga

    by CJ Daly
    Kate Connelly should be careful what she wishes for. Just seventeen, she already feels like she’s suffocating. Since her mother’s death, her father’s basically checked out, so she’s stuck raising her brothers by herself out in the New Mexico scrub. All Kate wants is a little distraction from the same-ole, same-ole that is her life. When two mysterious guys show up at the diner where she works, she thinks her wish has come true, until they start giving her a hard time. Like her life isn’t h... more
  • My Fatima

    by Lydia Lin

    "My Fatima" is a historical novel for young adults and older readers. It describes the friendship between two teenage girls, one from Germany, and the other from the Middle East. Both girls attend a girls school in Beirut, Lebanon in the 1960s. The German girl, Trudy is the daughter of the ambassador to Jordan, while the schoolmate she admires and befriends is a Palestinian named Fatima. It turns out Fatima's boyfriend, Ali, is a PLO militant. Just before graduating from middle ... more

  • Pling's Party

    by Arielle Haughee
    What happens when an exuberant exclamation point keeps taking over a story? Things get pretty interesting... Pling is an exclamation point--he adds excitement to stories. He has one rule to follow: he can only appear twice in the story. As the tale of three goats unfolds, Pling has trouble staying out of the story until he's needed. Things get a bit out of hand and hilarity ensues. In this book, children will learn to identify exclamation points in text as well as observe how an exclamatio... more
  • The Siren and The Swordfish

    by Andrea Reznik
    The Siren and the Swordfish happily swim the ocean aiding the needy and assisting the wounded. Marine Pirates move to the bottom of the sea to claim all of its riches. Will the Pirates break the bonds of love between the Siren and the Swordfish to claim the ocean as their own?
  • The Monster Dog - A Small Dog with a Big Attitude

    by CARMEN TRIBBETT
    THE MONSTER DOG is a happy and funny book with delightful pictures. It is written for young children and early readers. The "Monster Dog" is a small Shih Tzu with a big attitude. Demitasse considers herself a high-classed Shih Tzu and carries her treats to the dining room to eat them there. She even has her own sidewalk as she prances down the curb. The book is written in "first dog" and deals with love and forgiveness. Carmen is introduced in the book as being like a mother. Carmen and Tasse la... more
  • Just Because...: A Story Book About Self-Acceptance

    by C.M. Harris
    Ms. Freckle has a secret she's worried that her students will laugh at, but the students try to show her there's nothing to fear -- or is there? What could her secret be? We all have differences, but once you step into the class of Ms. Freckle -- the nicest teacher of them all, there's no need to worry! Just Because... is a feel-good story about accepting who we are and finding the courage to be who we are despite what others may think. Viewed from the teacher's perspective giving children... more

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