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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Hayden's Halloween

    by Brenda Spalding
    It's time for the annual Halloween Party on the farm. The guest come in costume and enjoy a bon fire and haunted house. Some special creatures of the night arrive and a Halloween treat for everyone.
  • Hayden's Garden

    by Brenda Spalding
    Hayden want's to grow a vegetable garden to help the family. things don't go quite as planned but with help from his family and the local farm stand he learns a valuable lesson in commerce.
  • A Word to Rhyme with Orange

    by Matthew Wilson
    Suppose you live in a world where the only way to court a girl is to write her a rhyming poem, but the girl you're in love with has a name that doesn't rhyme with anything. What would you do if you had to find a new word? This is the plot of "A Word to Rhyme with Orange", a story told in rhyme with hand painted illustrations. A treat for fairy tale lovers of all ages.
  • Just Batty

    by Brenda Spalding
    Hayden learns about bats in school and how they are struggling to survive. His family helps him build a bats box on the family farm to help the bats survive.
  • The Hoppernots

    by Deborah Blake Dempsey

    The Hoppernots deliver an unforgettable adventure about friendship, strange alliances, and community.
     
    When frightened Elders announce a Hoppernot sighting, Max, Cristobel, and Spyder think they know exactly what to do. With a nose for adventure­­­­­--and because the Elders are all talk and no hop--they sneak off to find out if the legendary creatures are real and discover Hoppernots not only exist, but they are destroying their home. 
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  • The Dragon's Daughter

    by Sharon Honeycutt
    Mariah Baxter only has to make it through two more years in Fountain Park and then she can get away—away from her small town, from the kids at school who hate her, but most of all from her dad who just happens to be a grand dragon in the Ku Klux Klan. For more than ten years, Mariah’s worn the robe and hood. She’s gone to the rallies, carried the torches. For more than ten years, she’s toed the line. She’s been the good Klan daughter her father expected her to be—there were no other option... more
  • Devon: The Wild Adventures of Devon and Friends

    by Elena N. Marcus

    Ages: 4 to 10 years old. Devon's friends, Picco and the panda bear get in trouble at the zoo and are rescued by the boy's first grader friend, Shirley, and her schoolmates. A  74-page illustrated story written in rhymes and in play format, to be read aloud, interactively.

  • Untethered

    by Katie Hayoz
    Sixteen-year-old Sylvie isn’t comfortable in her own skin. In fact, there are times she can’t even manage to stay inside it. She accidentally astral projects in all the worst places -- from the cafeteria to the car -- slipping out of her body and fainting to the floor. After years of trying to ignore her ability to astral project, Sylvie finally decides to embrace it. But she also decides to embrace the shadows that accompany her on her out-of-body experiences. Opening herself up to the shad... more
  • The UnStealer

    by Joshua Wilson
    The UnStealer is an interactive story about a thief who sneaks into situations and steals the "un" from the front of descriptive words ultimately turning negative events and feelings into positive ones. It is recommended for ages 4+.
  • 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!

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