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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Chronicles from Chateau Moines

    by Evelyne Holingue
    September 1970: Scott’s mother has recently died and his father gets the crazy idea to move his family from California to Normandy. Now Scott has to learn to live without his mom while adjusting to France. In his seventh grade class there is only Ibrahim who comes from another country. Scott doesn’t even want to play his guitar anymore. Why does his father think that life will be better so far from home? Scott has no idea that his arrival is also a challenge to Sylvie. While her best friend is ... more
  • Queen of Someday

    by Sherry Ficklin
    Before she can become the greatest empress in history, fifteen-year-old Sophia will have to survive her social-climbing mother's quest to put her on the throne of Russia - at any cost. Imperial Court holds dangers like nothing Sophia has ever faced before. In the heart of St. Petersburg, surviving means navigating the political, romantic, and religious demands of the bitter Empress Elizabeth and her handsome, but sadistic nephew, Peter. Determined to save her impoverished family - and herself... more
  • Little Bean's Funderwear Day

    by Roni Noone
    Little Bean isn't so little anymore. Now that he can walk and talk, it's time to start using the potty! Join Little Bean as he learns and prepares for Funderwear Day with his family.
  • Monsters In My Yard

    by Cary Robinson
    Cary Robinson debuts his beautifully illustrated children’s picture book. It is perfect for first time and young readers and focuses on using the imagination. With so many distractions and diversions for young children today, learning creative and imaginative ways to think and approach situations is of vital importance. Monsters In My Yard uses simple rhyming text that flows gently and stimulates the use of brain power at an early age – the old fashioned way. Eisner Nominated Cartoonist, Bosc... more
  • Mark Banana and the Broken Bullwhip

    by Marcus MacGregor
    The little boy with the EPIC IMAGINATION is BACK! Whether Mark is pretending to be a cowboy or an adventurer, one accessory is essential: a BULLWHIP! When his mother makes him a whip out of some old, rawhide shoelaces, Mark couldn't be happier. That is, until the day he spies a REAL bullwhip at the mall. With his birthday money he buys it, little suspecting that heartbreak is soon to follow...! This sequel to Mark Banana and the New Red Cape is infused with all the charm, humor, and ten... more
  • Mark Banana and the New Red Cape

    by Marcus MacGregor

    Mark Banana is a little boy with an EPIC IMAGINATION! Sometimes he is a prince, sometimes he is a superhero. Almost always, he needs a CAPE! At Mark's request, his loving mother sews him a new red cape. But when it does not turn out the way Mark had expected, he is torn between his disappointment, his concern for his mother's feelings, and his irrepressible need to Pretend! With hilarious illustrations and easy-to-read print, each Mark Banana book is ideal for read-aloud storytime and... more

  • Doctor Goldbunny

    by Valerie Haynes
    The Adventure Begins in Book One... Leopard Goldbunny is magically born in a community of animals now able to speak English. There he learns the ancient natural healing arts from his grandmother, but he decides to go a step further and become the first animal to go to a human medical school— Georgetown University in Washington. He successfully completes his studies, only to be denied his degree due to secretive forces threatened by his power to promote the rights of animals. Undaunte... more
  • Chores to Do

    by K.L. Hagood
    Is procrastination a problem for your kid? Well, here is a sure fire way to get the get up and go into your young reader.
  • The Owl That Didn't Say Who

    by Michael Mitchell
    This is a cute spin on owls and a clever way to let kids know to ask more than the question "who". It is short, colorful and easy read.
  • Super Bouncytrousers

    by Robert Marshall
    Children's Book with 5 short stories. The lead character is a girl who can do extraordinary bounces, so high helicopters veer out of her way when she uses a trampoline. She and her friends have fun while subtly teaching others how to do so safely. Along the way she befriends a troll, learns about the moon and goes to a new school.
  • Sojourn - The Wildlands: A Rayn Mirago Novel

    by B.D. Messick
    Rayn Mirago's seventeenth birthday is tomorrow, but there will be no party, no gifts, and no celebration. Like every other child in this world where humanity is on the brink of extinction and resources are at a premium, she must make her Sojourn across the former United States to prove her worth. The human race has nearly been wiped out due to overpopulation, global warming, and our own ignorance and conceit. The coastal cities of the U.S. have been reclaimed by the ocean and the Midwest is now ... more
  • Santa's Birthday Gift

    by Sherrill S. Cannon
    Santa’s Birthday Gift includes Santa in the Christmas story. (After reading a story of the nativity to my granddaughter, she asked “But where’s Santa?”)Winner of the 2011 Readers Favorite Silver Award and the 2011 Indie Excellence Finalist Award.
  • Peter and the Whimper-Whineys

    by Sherrill S. Cannon
    Peter and the Whimper-Whineys helps parents cope with whining, disguised as a fun story. Peter is a rabbit who whines all the time, and might have to join the Whimper-Whineys.Winner of the 2011 Readers Favorite Bronze Medal and the 2011 USA Best Books Finalist Award.
  • The Magic Word

    by Sherrill S. Cannon
    Elisabeth needs to learn The Magic Word “please”, and to use it every day. Please and Thank you are words that everyone needs to use! Winner of six awards: the 2011 Readers Favorite Gold Medal, 2011 Pinnacle Achievement Award Winner, 2011 Global Finalist Award, 2012 Reader Views Second Place, 2012 International Book Awards Finalist, and 2012 Next Generation Indie Finalist
  • Gimme-Jimmy

    by Sherrill S. Cannon
    Gimme-Jimmy is about how a bully learns to share. His “New Polite Rule” helps him learn to make friends. Winner of five awards: the 2013 Global eBook Silver Medal, Indie Excellence Finalist and Reader Views Finalist Awards as well as the 2012 Readers Favorite Silver Medal Award and the 2012 Pinnacle Achievement Award
  • Manner-Man

    by Sherrill S. Cannon
    Manner-Man is a Superhero who helps children cope with bullies, and teaches them how to look within themselves for their own superhero. It is a winner of ten awards: the 2014 CLIPP Principals’ Award K-2, the KART Kids Book List, the Reviewers Choice Award, the Los Angeles Book Festival, a Global eBook Silver Medal; as well as a 2013 Readers Favorite Silver Medal, National Indie Excellence Finalist, a Pinnacle Achievement Award, and H.M. in the London Book Fair and Rebecca’s Reads Awards.

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