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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Scarlet Winters: The Berona Chronicles

    by J. Kwong
    Welcome to the city of Berona - a city governed by four Superheroes with great superpowers. Thanks to the Superheroes, Berona is mostly crime-free, and is touted as one of the best cities in the world. However, there are some people who aren't so sure about Berona's greatness... Meet Terry Landers - a genius inventor who can create anything out of nothing. But Terry knows that she's unpleasant and rude. which is why she's surprised when she's asked to become a Superhero's sidekick. Terry is ... more
  • What If?- Talking with Trees Book 3

    by Colleen Doyle Bryant

    When he climbed a massive mulberry tree, this young boy didn’t know he was in for a big surprise. The wise, old mulberry has seen too many twisted ankles and broken arms to let the boy leap from a high branch without thinking. Instead, she helps the boy and his sister learn to think before they act.

    With real life examples all children can relate to, the tree shows the siblings how to ask “What if I do this, what could happen?”. The tree’s memorable stories help ... more

  • Be Bigger- Talking with Trees Book 2

    by Colleen Doyle Bryant

    A story about treating friends with respect and kindness, even when your feelings are hurt.

    When a girl feels hurt by her friend, all she can think to do is hurt her friend right back. Girls can be pretty mean to each other, and the wise old tree at this playground has seen this cycle of nastiness before. As a frustrated, upset young girl thinks about how she’ll get even with her friend, the wise tree speaks up to help the girl find a more kind, respectful way to work out her frie... more

  • Be Proud: Talking with Trees Book 1

    by Colleen Doyle Bryant

    A story about honesty, being proud of your choices, and growing from your mistakes.

    A wise, old tree has been watching over this yard for a long, long time. So when she finds a young boy hiding behind her to secretly use his game player, the tree surprises him by striking up a conversation. Through a suprising story, the boy figures out, "Oh no! I have a conscience!" 

    With the help of the tree's ages old wisdom, the boy learns how to listen to his hear... more

  • The Trials of Job

    by Douglas Lafountain
    Loosely based on the book from the Old Testament. Job, is a wealthy, white, widow stuck in Mississippi during hurricane Katrina. Much like the biblical Job, she loses everything-except for her faith. Like the biblical Job's unshakeable faith in God, she too has an unshakeable faith-in the government. But the government it seems(Not unlike Job's God), is not coming to her rescue.
  • The Secret of the Hanged Man

    by Douglas Lafountain
    A short story set in another time and place, about a hanging man, a beggar, and an undertaker.
  • Snippy the Square Backed Snail: The Playground Hero

    by David Paul
    Snippy’s having a bad day at the playground. He is bullied, teased and almost eaten by a huge beetle! In this adventure he gains self confidence and courage by facing his fears. Includes hidden characters on each colorful page. Educational snail facts included.
  • Elephant Summer

    by Douglas Channell
    Only three weeks had passed since I had arrived in Africa with my two best friends, Jackie Cooper and Smiley O'Dell. We had left our small town of GeorgeAnn, Texas, to spend the summer with my Uncle Keeno in the jungles of Kenya. As an archeologist, it was his job to explore the region for clues of pre-historic man. For Jackie, Smiley, and me, it was just supposed to be a lot of fun. Now, we were running for our very lives! With others from the camp, we hung to the trail as it wound along the ri... more
  • The Crypto-Capers in: The Circus for Hire

    by Renee Hand
    THE ASSIGNMENT: The Circus for Hire is a whirlwind of an adventure where the Crypto-Capers travel to Russia to save Max and Mia's parents, Mitchem and Martha Holmes, from going to prison for a crime they didn't commit. Finding themselves caught up in a scandal that is beyond their control, they use their skills and talents to try to outsmart the most notorious criminal of all time, but can they do that without sacrificing one of their own? Lies become intermixed with truth, yet, with the help of... more
  • The Secret Life of Tumkit

    by Billy Garrett
    Amazon best selling children's book, ages 6-12. Left behind in a cold and dark burrow, a baby rabbit named Tumkit was destined to die of starvation until Vella, a shrewd and fearless mockingbird, discovered Tumkit and brought him a magic berry. The berry came from a solitary bush that grows in a cave near the top of Laurel Mountain. Vella warns Tumkit the bush is struggling to survive and unless they act quickly the supernatural powers of its berries will be lost forever. Tumkit, Vella and S... more
  • The Black Pony (The Black Pony Adventures) (Volume 1)

    by Connie Peck
    A lonely pony, left out because he's too small. An outcast girl who has moved so many times she's tired of being 'the new kid'. But when they finally meet, magic happens. Can 12 year old Annie actually Midnight's voice in her mind. With a bond no one can explain, she is able to save the pony from colic, and travel into the exciting world of barrel racing and trail rides. But can they stay out of trouble?
  • Legend of the Tickle Bugs

    by Tom Blubaugh
    Laughter is a wonderful gift. So wonderful that The Great Creator created special places on our bodies that make us laugh when touched. These spots are discovered shortly after birth. Long before a baby learns how to crawl or walk, she knows how to smile and laugh. It isn't something that is taught—rather it is something that is discovered deep within. Somehow parents instinctively know how to reach these spots with strange faces, sounds, touch and words. This is a story about the creation of th... more
  • Night of the Cossack

    by Tom Blubaugh
    Night of the Cossack is a compelling adventure about a teenager who is forced to grow up quickly. The main character, Nathan Hertzfield faces many life or death situations during his saga. Join Nathan on his suspenseful journey through parts of Russia and Europe during the early 1900's.
  • The Last Generation

    by Ben Robertson
    Bridget Thorsdottir is a seventeen-year-old girl living during the waning days of the Norse colony in Greenland in the year 1501. At the brink of a new age of discovery, her colony has been taken over by a new bishop who turned the people’s farms into a more lucrative fishing village. The lone voice of opposition in this sea of change is Bridget’s own father, Thor. When Thor refuses to give up his ways and leave the family home, Bridget realizes that it is up to her to make the dangerou... more
  • Blue Like You (Mushymix Stories)

    by Carolyn Davies

    Blue Like You is a picture book for toddlers and preschoolers, featuring the playclay (play dough) characters Monkey and Bunny. Playclay Monkey is a lonely, teardrop blue and Playclay Bunny is a fiery, angry red. But Monkey has a plan and soon they're lost in a game of mushing, squishing and cutting playclay shapes. They discover that together their world can be fun and colourful, and they get an even better surprise when they mix the blue and red clay together...

    This... more

  • What the Sleepy Animals Do at the Audubon Zoo

    by Ryan Murphy and Grace Millsaps
    Ever wonder why the animals at the zoo are always so sleepy? Renee did, and her father had an answer. At night, monkeys steal the zookeeper's keys, sloths play jazz, flamingos flamenco, pelicans cater, and snakes wonder how to join the hokey pokey. By the time the visitors arrive in the morning, the animals are all tuckered out. Renee doesn't believe her father's wild tale, but dads have a way of being right about these things… This award-winning book captures the culture and charm of N... more

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