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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The God of My Art: A Novel

    by Sarah Lane

    What if the muse, aka the goddess of art, was male?

    The God of My Art paints a portrait of the artist as a young woman. Years after running away from home, gifted Helene must wrestle with her childhood if she wants to discover her true calling. She finds a muse in philosophical Matthew, who makes her past feel so far away.... but is it?

    Matthew dreams of escaping the mundane by becoming a humanitarian worker in a war zone, but for now he is fond of quoti... more

  • The Legend of Dust Bunnies, a Fairy's Tale

    by Michelle R. Eastman
    This is not a typical fairy tale, and Artie is not a typical fairy. Artie is a misfit. His fellow Dust Fairies have a knack for dirtying people's houses. They fire soot from their slingshots and enter crumb-spitting contests. While we sleep, they spread dust everywhere. Artie doesn't make messes, but he has a unique habit of collecting things. The other Dust Fairies don't appreciate Artie's collection of tidbits, so he spends his nights alone. One cold night, Artie's loneliness leads to inspirat... more
  • Sopa de Verduras

    by Lauren P Bruzonic
    What kind of soup de you like to eat? Vegetable soup is quite tasty, very healthy and the perfect thing to eat on a cold day to warm yourself up. This bilingual book will teach you lots of new vocabulary related to making vegetable soup in English and Spanish.
  • La Noche Oscura

    by Lauren P Bruzonic
    A simple bilingual (English/Spanish) book that teaches about lots of noisy nocturnal creatures. A fun way to learn new vocabulary in two languages.
  • Maggie Vaults Over the Moon

    by Grant Overstake
    Maggie Steele is a gritty farm girl from tiny Grain Valley, Kansas who pours her broken heart into the daring, dangerous sport of pole-vaulting. Driven by a secret she cannot share with anyone, Maggie finds herself on a quest to soar waaay higher than critics think a "girl" should ever go. Unflinching in its exploration of teenage grief with brilliant descriptions of a breathtaking, beautiful sport, "Maggie Vaults Over the Moon" is a powerful and rewarding read for mid-grade to adults.
  • The Story of Bill and His House on the Hill

    by Yam Cooper

    The Story of Bill and His House on the Hill is a fun, poignant children's book about anti-bullying, creativity and leadership. It tells the tale of a man with grass hair who is rejected by society because of his different appearance, and his journey of attempting to find friends and overcome the obstacles thrown onto his path by prejudice. Bill reinvents a language that bypasses discrimination and connects people through the heart, and ultimately brings peace to the world through thi... more

  • I Love You to Pieces!

    by Barbara Benson Keith
    I Love You to Pieces! is a love story between animal parents and their babies. Owls, deer, pigs, rabbits, ducks and even whales express their love for each other in this happy mosaic-illustrated book. Includes a page at the end about the mosaic process.
  • Prabuddha: The Clear-sighted

    by Anu Lal
    18 Important Stories of Wit and Wisdom Read these eighteen stories, as they are eighteen steps to achieve the wisdom of Prabuddha. Eighteen stories represent eighteen steps of enlightenment. Eighteen is the number of the rudraksha or beads in a rosary. You can find the eighteen stories in this book as analogous to a rosary. The result of long nine years of investigation and journey into spirituality and human consciousness, PRABUDDHA: THE CLEAR-SIGHTED stands as one of the master works of ... more
  • Wall of Colours and Other Stories (Hope, Vengeance & History Book 1)

    by Anu Lal
    From the Amazon Bestselling author Anu Lal. "Writing is the art of voicing. Wall of Colours and Other Stories is my attempt to voice the word of hope as well as the importance to learn from Tradition. Deep down in my memory I still remember that biology teacher who taught us in the eighth standard that humans are animals; apes so to speak. The defining element between humans and animals is that humans are the only species upon the earth that can narrate events, tell stories." "Stories were... more

    He's maladjusted. He has an attitude. And once, the village priest tells him, he was a Jew. When a survivor of the First Crusade persuades Martin to explore his heritage in the Jewish community of Constantinople, Martin has no idea what he's in for and it's not easy. Through his experiences and the choices he makes, Martin comes to understand relationships and responsibility, finds his place in society, and develops a commitment to Jewish life and to his troubled mentor.
  • Sammy and the Wrecking Ball

    by Marguerite Sansone
    When a crane carrying a wrecking ball destroys Sammy's house, the whistling snake is forced to relocate. Flying debris and a whirling dust storm prevent Sammy from fleeing the construction site. Find out if Sammy can use his reptilian wits to escape the wrecking ball and discover a new home.
  • The Girl With No Shoes

    by B.J. Rand

    Meet Arielle. She loves nothing more than to spend time with her dog, Britches, and her cat, Nosey, in a secret place they call "The Hollow". 

    One day, however, they stumble across a young girl sitting all alone behind a hollowed out tree trunk in The Hollow.  She's crying pitifully...and not wearing any shoes.

    Arielle and her pets soon discover the girl's name is Francesca.  When asked why she's not wearing any shoes, Francesca sadly info... more

  • The Savvy Cyber Kids at Home: Adventures Beyond the Screen

    by Ben Halpert
    All too often we see infants, toddlers, and young children unable to pull themselves away from technology. Whether at a restaurant, a park, the beach, the pool, or at a play date, young children today are mesmerized by the glowing screen of the latest connected technological gadget. If you have growing concerns about increasingly competing with technology to gain your child's attention, have no fear. The Savvy Cyber Kids are here! In the third installment of The Savvy Cyber Kids at Home book ser... more
  • The Savvy Cyber Kids at Home: The Defeat of the Cyber Bully

    by Ben Halpert
    The adventures of CyberThunder (Tony) and CyberPrincess (Emma) continue in The Savvy Cyber Kids at Home: The Defeat of the Cyber Bully! While playing an online game, CyberPrincess and CyberThunder encounter a cyber bully. Throughout the book, Tony and Emma learn strategies on how to appropriately respond to a bully online. Like most important life lessons, teaching online safety begins in early childhood. The Savvy Cyber Kids are just the right playmates for preschool children and Emma and Tony ... more
  • The Savvy Cyber Kids at Home: The Family Gets a Computer

    by Ben Halpert
    Keeping pre-teens and teenagers safe on the internet starts before our children know what a keyboard is. Like most important life lessons, teaching online safety begins in early childhood. The Savvy Cyber Kids are just the right playmates for pre-school children and Emma and Tony speak their language. In The Savvy Cyber Kids at Home: The Family Gets A Computer, children learn to protect their personal information, like their name and physical location through their secret Savvy Cyber Kid identit... more
  • Chasing Tony

    by Patty Hevly

    A great read aloud children's picture book for ages 5-7. Helps develop social skills while being fun and entertaining. What starts as s simple walk to get ice cream, turns into a fun game of chase. Follow Bobby and Emily as they chase Tony the squirrel around the park in a game of keep away. Discuss nice and not so nice actions with your children while discovering what it takes to catch a sneaky squirrel.