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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • A Little Wicked

    by Janet R. Macreery
    In A Little Wicked, after her Scottish village is attacked, 12-year-old Dory must flee her home without her family. Once the granddaughter of the chief, now branded a fugitive, Dory begins a dangerous journey trekking through the Scottish wilderness and crossing the Atlantic in disguise in order to reach the distant and unfamiliar Massachusetts Bay Colony in the New World. There she must survive a crisis that is quite different from the one in Scotland but no less fatal. The year is 1692 and ... more
  • Christmas Truce

    by Aaron Shepard
    The Christmas Truce of 1914 is one of the most extraordinary incidents not only of World War I but of all military history. Providing inspiration for songs, books, plays, and movies, it has endured as an archetypal image of peace. Yet much about the historic event remains shrouded in myth and legend. In this fictional letter -- illustrated in authentic detail by Wendy Edelson -- award-winning author Aaron Shepard draws from firsthand accounts of soldiers at the front to portray the truce in its ... more
  • The President's Caddy

    by Tony Rosa
    Thanks to his uncle, sixteen-year-old Sam Parma lands the job of caddying for the President at a celebrity golf tournament. His younger brother, Matthew, will be caddying alongside him. Well, sort of; Matthew gets to drive around in a cart, plays the “cute” card, and gets away with everything. Meanwhile, Sam slaves away hauling clubs next to egotistical caddy Chip Swanson, a popular high school senior who makes it known that he’s just as good as any of the pros. Sam wants to prove he is cut out ... more
  • Bubba the Bulldog Tries to Smile

    by Bree Clausen
    Smiling is contagious in this adorably funny picture book. When his best friend breaks his leg, Bubba does the impossible -lifting his heavy lips into a smile.
  • Calling an Angel (New)

    by Richard de Montebello
    Calling An Angel is an award winning family-oriented, religious based comedy, especially written for young adults.
  • Aurora's Ashes

    by Hia Chakraborty
    Following Alexander "Ace" Burnell's relocation into New York City after his father's suicide, he encounters Aurora Garland and a new set of friends who lead him through his junior year at his new high school. What he discovers from his interactions with Aurora, however, is that nobody knows much about her. Ace learns that she has a highly destructive personality and bits of that personality begin to influence him as well. Caught in a violent storm of reinventing himself from the loner that he on... more

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