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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Under Old Glory: A Novella of War, Love and Faith

    by Chris McClelland
    Mormon brothers Hyrum and Bill from Provo, Utah, join the US Army in 1918 looking for glory and adventure. Bill is an observer in a fighter plane, while Hyrum serves in the infantry. While wounded, Hyrum makes friends with a British war widow, and later, after being severely wounded, is nursed by his friend's sister, a recent covert to the LDS faith who heals him spiritually as well. The battles rage dangerous and deadly. Will the brothers make it back to Provo? Only time will tell.
  • The Not So Bad Piranha: (Preschool, ages 6-8, early reader, bullying, emotions)

    by Carole St-Laurent
    Will a brave, sweet goldfish become a nasty piranha’s dinner? In a very unique pet-shop, all the animals are cheerful and happy, except for that gloomy piranha who’s only pleasure in life is to terrorize his neighbouring goldfish. An important lesson of kindness, thoughtlessness, and positivism. Theme; bullying, kindness, change. Ages 3 to 5
  • Runaway Blues

    by Pete Fanning
    Twelve-year old Caleb Wallace has spent his summer at Autumn Springs, coaxing his papa out of his room when he’s grumpy, attempting to gain the affections of a certain nurse, and pulling himself together when his grandpa looks right into him with nothing but a dull stare. Seems the only thing that puts a light in Papa Clem’s eyes is a family heirloom—an old folktale involving Robert Johnson’s harmonica down in Arkansas. Caleb is happy to listen; two things Papa Clem can still do well are tell... more
  • The World of Letters: A Tale of Jealousy

    by C.C. Strachan

    The virtual world of AbbaLand is the home of all English letters and English words. It is watched over by the all-powerful creator, Abba, although many letters don’t believe He exists. They think He is just a fairy tale.

    Because he thinks that no one sees his actions, A comes up with a bad plan that has the potential to throw the entire land into chaos. A is jealous of I. A wants to be the most popular letter, but the invention of words like iPod and iPad have made I one of the mo... more

  • Chased

    by M. Liz Boyle
    Marlee and her sisters are glad to be hiking again with the Miles boys. Their group of five is strong and cohesive as they explore the rugged mountains of Montana. When they first meet Thad, a dehydrated hiker on the trail, they offer first aid to help him recover. Thad seems harmless until he tells them to hike a few extra miles at sunset. When Lydie finds a hand-drawn map that Thad dropped, the group realizes that he is a modern day treasure hunter – and he decides that they're after his trea... more
  • Grey The Dog, A Tail of a Dream

    by SD Hall
    Grey is a dog who is having a wonderful dream. First he finds himself running through the forest close to a stream. There are flowers in bloom and rabbits to chase and play with. But when a giant rabbit begins to chase him back, what will Grey do? Can he make it home safely?
  • Mama's Bees

    by Anat Tour
    Help save the honeybees. Told in a thoughtful and humorous way Mama's Bees brings awareness and understanding to children of the importance of saving the bees. Delightful and educational.
  • The Cuckoos

    by Anne Carter Aitken
    Plot summary of THE CUCKOOS The story is set in England, where cuckoos spend the summer living a carefree life before they migrate to South Africa for the winter. They don’t build nests, and they lay their eggs in other birds’ nests. Henny Cuckoo believes that the way thing ARE is not the way they HAVE TO BE. She is ready to find new paths, regardless of what others might think. She starts by persuading her mate that instead of laying their eggs in other birds’ nests, they should build ... more
  • The Unexpected Adventures of Remi

    by Shweta Roy
    Pet life doesn't meet Remi's expectations. The little canine finds out that humans are more technology-obsessed with barely any time for their pets. She teams up with a few friends from the Creature-World and leads a movement called ‘The Petinists’ to conquer back human affection. A number of unexpected twists derail Remi's plans but in the end, she manages to win it all.
  • Enlightened

    by Judie Nance
    The story is about a young Egyptian girl named Neriyah who lived on the Nile River with her family. Her love for her father took her to a new and dangerous place. But her courage and bravery brought them home again. Neriyah wants every girl to know that if you stand up for what is right, you will be heard
  • Inquisitive Gwendolyn

    by Diane Dee Dee Thompson
    Inquisitive Gwendolyn is a delightful story of a precocious Phoebe and her first few days of life. The youngest of five, she has so much to learn while in her busy, full nest. She asks many questions and soon knows why her egg had spots, how bugs taste, why her mom has missing tummy feathers and so much more. Most importantly, she learns that asking questions is a good thing. ​ All illustrations are from original photography and artistically enhanced.
  • Grandman Dean Goes Big Shopping

    by Warren Martin
    Join Pop Pop and his Grandman Dean as they spend the day together and go Big Shopping
  • Sunny Days

    by Jesse Byrd
    When a Natural Disaster visits Martine’s colorful little neighborhood, she thinks of a clever way to help people get back on their feet! In this incredible story, Award-Winning Author Jesse Byrd teams up with Master Illustrator Anastasiia Ku to Create a Picture Book of Laughter, Perspective & Hope.
  • Everything We Lose: A Civil War Novel of Hope, Courage and Redemption

    by Annette Oppenlander

    Two friends--one black, one white. Torn apart by an attack gone wrong. One escapes into war, the other is sold into slavery. Told from alternating viewpoints, one black and one white, Surviving the Fatherland author Annette Oppenlander delivers another stunning historical tale set against the epic backdrop of the American Civil War--a breathtaking examination of the power of hope and friendship, and the endurance of the human spirit to find a way home.

    Tennessee, 1861. ... more

  • Jokes for Very Funny Kids (Ages 3 to 7): Funny Jokes, Riddles and More

    by Team Golfwell
    If you want the greatest children's jokes, you'll love this book. JOKES FOR VERY FUNNY KIDS (3-7) is a children's joke book containing funny kids' jokes with over 140 funny illustrations and funny pictures. The funny illustrations and pictures are visual aids to children who may become tired of reading line after line. In creating this book we tested jokes on kids and included the ones they laughed at and deleted the jokes they didn't laugh at. Besides learning to enjoy books, kids will be lau... more
  • Jokes For Very Funny Kids (Big & Little): A Treasury of Funny Jokes and Riddles Ages 9 - 12 and Up

    by Team Golfwell
    If you like children's jokes, you'll love this book. JOKES FOR VERY FUNNY KIDS (BIG & LITTLE) is a children's joke book containing funny kid’s jokes, one-liners, LEGO jokes, Q & A jokes, short jokes, long jokes, puns, tongue twisters, corny jokes, silly jokes, easy & hard riddles (for the whole family to solve), knock-knocks, brainteasers, and more! This book makes a wonderful and happy gift for any child - big or little! This book has been tested out on kids, and they have lots of laughs and ... more

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