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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Wish (Indigo Dreams Series Book 1)

    by Grier Cooper
    For Indigo Stevens, ballet classes at Miss Roberta’s ballet studio offer the stability and structure that are missing from her crazy home life. At almost 16, she hopes this is the year she will be accepted into the New York School of Ballet. First she must prove she’s ready, and that means ignoring Jesse Sanders – the cute boy with dimples who is definitely at the top of Miss Roberta’s List of Forbidden Things for Dancers. But Jesse is the least of Indigo’s concerns. When she discovers her mo... more
  • Rosco the Rascal In the Land of Snow

    by Shana Gorian

    Brother and sister James and Mandy are spending a winter weekend at a cabin with their lively German shepherd, Rosco. Rosco has never experienced snow before and now he will get the chance to romp around in it, high in the mountains. The kids will build snowmen and brave a steep sledding hill. But will a mysterious visitor bring trouble? And will Rosco’s curious nature spoil the weekend for the kids, or will it save the day? Find out in this heartwarming, wintry, family adventure. *For ... more

  • Mr. Gobble Chops and Lady in No More Bullies

    by Robert Burns
    Lady is a little kitty struggling to adjust to her new surroundings in the suburbs. To make matters worse, Lady must now face the bully of Maple Street, Oscar the tomcat. Her new best friend, Mr. Gobble Chops, helps her stand up for herself and turn the tables on Oscar and his gang.
  • The Keys of the Watchmen

    by Kathleen C. Perrin
    During a tourist trip to Mont Saint Michel in Normandy, France, 17-year-old Katelyn Michaels is confronted by two unusual young men, one who insists she is there to save the mount, and the other who will stop at nothing, even murder, to prevent her from fulfilling her destiny.
  • Rungle In The Jungle

    by Robert Logan Rogers
    A children's story about the three main characters who have decided to have a race with all the jungle animals as participants. The three of them invite all their friends and the excitement builds. Just when they think they have found all the runners, across the lake, is the snake. In his adversarial role, he plays with their minds creating fear in each of their thoughts. Except for Tim the tiger, and Josh the Jaguar, who ignore the snake, the animals let fear dominate. The two go on to win the ... more
  • Could You Ever Love a Witch?

    by Danielle Elison Webb
    Based on the award-winning children’s song, “Could You Ever Love a Witch?” is a charming tale about finding love in unexpected places. Filled with humorous illustrations and a surprise ending, this picture book will delight children ages 4-8 (and grown-up kids, too!). The book comes with a free digital download of the song.
  • Goalden Sky

    by Tracey Morait
    After her stepmother Shelley walks out, Gemma Sutherland is happy to have her dad back to herself again. Life is good: she's playing football at Naylorsfield School and Tyrone Collins, who she used to fight with all the time, is now one of her best friends. Then Portia, Shelley's daughter, comes back to live with the Sutherlands because her mother feels too depressed to look after her. Even though she gets on better with Portia than she used to, Gemma isn't happy that she's back, but Portia look... more
  • The Staircase on Pine Street

    by Mariana Llanos
    10 year old Lilly is learning to live with her grandfather's diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease. Lilly feels there's nothing she can do to help... Until one day, Grandpa Leo gives Lilly an important assignment: to find a long forgotten treasure.
  • No Birthday for Mara

    by Mariana Llanos
  • Street of Dreams

    by Norma Hansburg
    For middle grade readers, youth, and adults alike, Street of Dreams is an emotional, imaginative, and powerful escape into the life of twelve-year-old growing up in Brooklyn in the mid-1970s, who experiences the many facets of city life, including crime, police, various and cultures, as she walks the tightrope between youth and early adulthood. In 1988 Riley Travis is a young graduate student at Cornell University. A letter from her past takes her back to Brooklyn in 1976, the year of the Ame... more
  • Among the Blossoms

    by Batya Ansell
    The year is 1987. Rachel Martin is a bright, sensitive thirteen year old middle school student who feels that nothing will ever turn out right for her. Self-conscious about her looks, Rachel feels doomed to forever live in her beautiful seventeen year old sister's shadow. The one anchor in Rachel's life is her supportive father, but even he won't be able to protect her from the events that lie ahead. School continues to be a bad joke, with a succession of pathetic substitutes...until an olde... more
  • Jay's Coach Learns a Lesson: What can a boy do to stop corruption? (Jay's World Book 3)

    by Kamon
    Jay is late for his swimming practice, which does not help to put his mother in a good mood. Arriving in the locker room at the pool, Jay overhears his coach and a friend plotting to cheat and take some of the athletes’ sponsorship money. What can Jay do against corruption?
  • Playtoon and Colonel Lex (KIDS and APPS Book 3)

    by Kamon
    Getting rid of the Queen, produce a new generation of microchips implanted ants; this is what Colonel Lex has in mind. Playtoon, a funny and honest worker ant, finds himself drawn into the Colonel's plot. Playtoon has to snatch a Queen's hair for the Colonel Lex DNA experiment.
  • Weewee (eFables Book 3)

    by Kamon
    Weewee is a cute little dog who has the bad habit of peeing everywhere. Can he really do it on student's bags? On people's trousers?
  • Yeah! I Am Happy Now! (Mindfulness for a Better World Book 3)

    by Kamon
    Cam is positive that he will be on the school soccer team. When Mr. Johnson tells him that he must wait to be nine-year-old to be part of the team, Cam explodes. He is so disappointed. He loses control of his heart, starts to cry and runs to hide behind the school building. The rest of this story is wonderful. Discover with Cam what to do when your emotions take over.
  • Van Diemen at 17

    by Jeania Kimbrough
    A troubled teenage exchange student falls in love with the counselor who's meant to set her back on track. American seventeen-year-old Kara Jagger had the best intentions for a year-long high school exchange in the land of "Aus." She didn’t think she’d be as unhappy and lonely as she finds herself a couple of months into the experience. She’s battling culture shock and the onset of a secret eating disorder, and is upset mostly with herself for not trying harder to fit in. Kara’s exchange progr... more

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