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General Fiction (including literary and historical)


    by Santwana Chatterjee
    It is about a sister talking in retrospect about her brother and grandfather, the two people who meant most in her life and other adventures in general. The novel has been written in the backdrop of Indian Independence. It is also about family ties and values , of love and admiration, about greed and treachery. I am sure people of all ages would like to share the memories of the narrator.Gold Dust is Santwana Chatterjee's third publication at Pothi and her first full length novel. In this book S... more
  • Escape from Killarney

    by Angela Graham

    At the height of summer, Toby and his family hike into the Northern Ontario backcountry for a family camping vacation, hoping to disconnect from their busy city life and seeking adventure. In this exhilarating adventure, Toby, Graham, and Evelyn wander away from their campsite and get lost. They learn that many things lurk within the woods, as they face adventure after treacherous adventure.

    In this exciting tale, Toby and the children must work together to survive each frightening... more

  • Anthony

    by Harold J. Fischel

    Life has never been easy for Anthony, the secret love child of a well-known US general and his beautiful mistress. After his father perishes in a plane crash, his cancer-stricken mother, Yuni, is forced to move with him to a tiny New York City apartment. And to make matters worse, he’s flagged as an easy target for neighborhood bullies, who constantly pester him inside and outside of school.


    But after a brutal attack prompts him to fight back in a fit of rage, things star... more

  • Wild Ones

    by Leigh Goodison
    Sixteen-year-old Breeze Jordan has been a live-in baby-sitter, housekeeper and servant to the foster families that have taken her in. So, when Breeze is finally temporarily placed at Stark School in Portland, she vows to stay put and isn’t scared to fight. But Stark School has different plans and as Breeze is thrust into yet another foster family, she must decide whether or not to help save her new home, the Double-T Ranch, or escape back to her friends, civilization and the life she thought she... more
  • Boggle the Gymboot Bird

    by Inge Meldgaard
    Boggle, a young kookaburra who cannot fly, takes his first walk to try out his new shoes and soon finds himself in trouble. Before long, other creatures in the forest come to his aid and become Boggle's friends.
  • The Curious Disappearance of Justin Bieber

    by J.T. Holden
    For three days in the spring of 2012, the world's most famous teenager went missing without a trace and no one in the pop star's trusted inner circle breathed a word about it . . . until now. Meet Kid Swaggy—JB's supercilious id—the only one who knows exactly what happened during those three days the Bieb hit the road on his soul-searching journey and didn't come back until he'd found what he was looking for.
  • When Lucky Met Unlucky

    by Miriam Dor
    It seems that Duck always has bad luck, while his friend, Bunny, is always lucky. One day, their lucks meet. The same events happen to both of them at the exact same time. Will Duck's luck change? Can Duck ever be lucky? This fun story shows kids that they have the power to be happy by finding the positive aspects of every situation.
  • My Kiss Won't Miss

    by Lesley Dahlseng

    A bedtime or anytime story! "My Kiss Won't Miss" demonstrates the constant and pursuing love of a mother when her son sneaks out of bed and hides. Her commitment is this: "If I can't catch you for a kiss, I'll blow a kiss and it won't miss." There is no hiding place to which her kiss cannot be blown. Yet in the end, a love even greater than a mother's is revealed!

    This story is inspired by Romans 8:38-39 which states that nothing can separate us f... more

  • Eight Candles and a Tree

    by Simone Bloom Nathan
    Eight Candles and a Tree is for all children and families who celebrate both Christmas and Hanukkah. Sophie introduces her blend of Hanukkah and Christmas traditions to her friend Tommy, in vibrant illustrations and fun-to-read text. Ultimately, what matters most to both children is that their holidays are celebrated in the presence of loved ones.
  • Oli Explores Rome

    by Iris Alon
  • Oli Explores London

    by Sundee Alon
    This is a delightful story of a five-year-old boy named Oli, his magical hats, and his unforgettable travel adventures. His first trip takes him to London, England where he meets a handful of colorful characters from a jubilant Yeoman Guard to a fearless “bobby” while exploring and learning about the stunning sights of the city. Oli Explores London is the first in a series of illustrated children’s books designed to foster a child’s imagination so that he or she would be inspired to travel a... more
  • Ollie and Taavi Celebrate the Holidays

    by Ellen Press
    Ollie and Taavi are two Jewish dogs that like to celebrate the holidays. Whether they are lighting the candles for Shabbat, saying "I'm sorry" on Yom Kippur, or eating matzo during Passover, these two furry friends do things their own way. Follow along throughout the Jewish year of holidays.
  • The Chatman's Corner Gang

    by Richard Parise
    In the fall of nineteen sixty-eight, due to the death of his stepfather, Andrew and his mother are forced to move from their lavish estate in London to the housing projects at Chatman's Corner. On his first night out, Andrew is befriended by Napper Holloway, the leader of the Chatman's Corner Gang. Together the two boys, along with the rest of the gang, begin an adventure which would soon change their lives. Danger lurks around every corner as the gang gets involved in the search for a missing g... more
  • 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.