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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Ordinary

    by Hariram Suthakaran

    Aaron is 10-Years old and is about to start his very first day at school since he has autism. He has always been autism. What do you think will happen when he starts he first day

  • Two Close: a story of survival

    by Roberta Roy
    The sequel to the Jenkins Living Now Award winner in Inspirational fiction, Jolt: a rural noir, Two Close: A Story of Survival follows the paths of the Matters family, Mary, Lou, and their sons, Jason and Marty. Separated by circumstances following terrorism and a nuclear meltdown, Mary, at home, recuperates from radiation sickness while, Lou, brain injured in a dirty bomb explosion, recovers from amnesia and right side brain damage. Their sons, wishing to miss the effects of radiation fallout, ... more
  • Hunker in My Bunker: When It's Time to Stay Inside

    by R. E. Lane
    Sometimes we have to stay at home, a month or maybe two… Whether a pandemic or a blizzard or personal medical condition has your family cooped up at home, it doesn’t have to be all bad or boring. Challenges can be met with compassion and courage. Adventures can be created anywhere. Everyone has a part to play. There are seven (7) different versions of the main character- choose the child and family most like your own. Or switch it up!
  • Steampunk A to Z

    by R. E. Lane
    Play hide and seek with Horatio the Hedgehog as he frolics through the exciting world of Steampunk A to Z. Learn about gears and pocket watches, engineers and rockets in this sensory-rich picture book that introduces both young and old to all things steampunk.
  • Perfection and Other Illusive Things

    by J Mercer
    What if you woke up one morning looking as perfect as you'd always hoped you'd be? What if you then went after all the things you were too afraid to chase after before? And what if that made everything go wrong, instead of right? Drawn to Hawk and intrigued by his colorful best friend Ivy, Eden thinks maybe she could choose something more than the safe, vanilla life she's always had. Juggling the old and new is more difficult than she imagines though, and one night changes everything. Now she... more
  • The Day the Storm Came: A Ms. Carmen's Classroom Story

    by Carmen Miller
    A storm is coming! Ahmad and his family need to prepare for the storm!! In preparation for the storm, Ahmad and his family write a list. A list is a good way to get organized! A list will help everyone remember what jobs must be finished before the storm comes. They need to hurry because once the storm hits, no one can go outside until the storm has passed and it is safe again! Ahmad is not scared. He knows he will be safe at home with his Mummy and Daddy – even if the rain is POURING, th... more
  • The Shoe Box

    by Robert M. Moores

    Eight year old Violet Cooper is still dealing with the trauma of the death of her dad four years earlier, stuck in the denial stage of grieving and having trouble moving forward with her life. One day, a shoebox discovered in her attic changes everything. Follow Violet as she embarks on the journey of a lifetime.

  • Small White and her Friends

    by Antonina Novarese
    Courage and persistence are vital to rescuing friends in trouble. Little bugs are in danger. Taken away by the river, they only have feeble straw to keep them afloat. Will a frog and a small white butterfly be able to save them? Or will they all be caught by a hungry heron? Read about the animal characters' adventures, and find out.
  • I Saved the World and I'm Only in 4th Grade! Backpack of Doom (Book 2)

    by Hiroshi Sosa-Nakata
    Book 2 Warning: This book contains an epic adventure that places three fourth graders in extreme danger. Hiro, Bryan, and Zahra are officially Senshi Warriors hiding in plain sight as fourth graders. It's up to them and their friends to save the world using their wits, creativity, and an alien-enhanced backpack. But why is Bryan acting so strangely, and why are pickles so important to the human race? Our heroes may not have all the answers, but they do have each other.
  • I Saved the World and I'm Only in 4th Grade! Earth's Greatest Pickle (Book 1)

    by Hiroshi Sosa-Nakata
    This book contains an epic adventure that places three fourth-graders in extreme danger. Hiro, Bryan, and Zahra are best friends who happen to save the world. But what did they discover on the nature trail and why are pickles so important to the future of the human race? Throughout this series you’ll read about epic stories related to friendship, teamwork, empathy, diversity, and self confidence. What more could any kid ask for?
  • Bad Dream

    by Julie Kolb
    Now that Julie's arm has healed from her tree root jumping attempt, she is re-illustrating this picture book about a little boy's bad dream. His Grumpa helps him discover being brave, and that everything is not what it seems.
  • Snowball

    by Julie Kolb
    Aimee heads to her grandparents during summer break, to find they have a new puppy, Snowball. Snowball keeps getting out of the fence. Aimee sets out to help her grandparents find out how that little puppy keeps escaping. Focusing on compassion, curiosity and problem solving, Aimee seeks help from supportive adults to find the answer.
  • The Tortoise and the Fair

    by J.R. LaMar
    Come WOLF and come SLOTH, come SNAIL and BEAR, Come TURTLE and TORTOISE, come RABBIT and HARE, Come creature with glamour, come creature with flair, Shout LOUDLY and PROUDLY Hooray, for the fair!
  • Reckoner

    by Douglas Rappaport

    Miles Rockefeller is a troubled young man-raised in multiple foster homes-with no patience for the folly of other people, surviving from one moment to the next by numbing himself to oblivion. But when he meets another broken in-patient named Sawyer, his life is permanently altered by a senseless crime that shatters not just their own lives, and their unknowing victim, but everyone else in their path.

  • App Development Canada

    by julia johnson
    I’m KrunalVyas, IT consultant at iQlance Solutions Pvt. Ltd, is one of the leading Website and Mobile Apps Development Company Based in Toronto & Australia, I have helped more than 200+ clients to bring idea in to reality. I have attended many tech conferences as a company representative and frequently blogs about the search engine updates, technology roll-outs, sales & marketing tactics, etc. for more details visit our website : https://www.iqlance.com/ and Email us on : info@iqlance.com
  • Frugal Fred

    by Rachel McCann
    Cover Blurb: This is the story of a man named Fred who lives his life being frugal. He enjoys reading books, walks in parks and being environmental. With any money Fred saves up he plants more flowers and trees. So his grandchildren will have a world to inherit full of birds and bees.

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