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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Handy Howie's Day Off

    by Lizz Howe
    Join Handy Howie, the loveable mechanic, for an all-new adventure! Howie is always working hard and decides even he needs to take a break! So what happens when he tries to plan a fun day off with his boys?
  • Invisible Island

    by PR Media Solutions LLC

    The story is an adventure deriving from world catastrophic events that are far reaching and out of our power and capacity to control. Real or fantasy we all know that some people, places and things are simply just luckier than others are. This our possible future, story takes a person into and throughout the lives of a very magnificent and “hidden” existence. If catastrophic events occur as implied, fundamentally how well we unite, as a world is vital however, some choose to go an... more

  • Loukas and the Game of Chance

    by Anthony L. Manna
    While Loukas is playing his flute at the seawall one day, he befriends a mysterious talking, dancing snake that rewards him with fortune and favor. Some years later, tempted by greed and pride, Loukas loses all his riches and his family. He must now set off on a treacherous journey through a frightening forest filled with suspense and strange creatures to find Destiny, her son Ilion, the Sun, and her daughter Luna, the Moon. These celestial guardians will surely allow him to reverse his misfortu... more
  • One Thousand-Eyed Spies: How Gopi Saved the White Island

    by Tilly Turbet
    One Thousand-Eyed Spies is a fantastical middle-grade children's story about Gopi, a hapless soldier who is tasked by his Queen with a quest to save the White Island. Gopi must cross an ocean, battle a sea dragon and deliver the heir to the Island to the Upper World and to safety until he is ready to return and fight for his legacy. Eleven years later and Nana tells her grandson Jag the story of the White Island and how it came to sink to the bottom of the sea. Jag soon realises that there is ... more
  • Goodnight Firehouse

    by Jennifer Drez
    As the sun sets on a neighborhood firehouse at the end of the day, author Jennifer Drez guides young readers through the comforting bedtime routine of saying “goodnight” to the essential machines and equipment fire crews use to do their job – from bunker gear and ladder trucks to airtankers and even “the firedog with her wagging tail and spots.” Illustrator Kyle Clay, a real-life firefighter, brings to life all of the lights, sounds, and activities with vibrant art. Back matter features fire pre... more
  • Gnarlys of the North Woods

    by Mary Cuffe Perez
    Gnarlys of the North Woods takes readers young and old deep within the Gnarlys' world, from their "gruf" inside the hollow of Sweet Fat Mama, along their network of tunnels and runs, across Alder Creek and into the Way-Way Yonda. The Gnarlys’ archenemies, the Gnomes, are old and wise but Gnarlys have Juju, a genius for imitating any song, call or sound in the forest. It’s a talent that leads them into the biggest trouble of all – for Gnarlys, Gnomes and the forest they love.
  • Piper the Pilot

    by Kathleen Foley
    Come fly along with Piper the Pilot and Charlie the bird on a fun airplane adventure! A story about finding courage and gaining confidence. Join Piper the Pilot as she guides her friend Charlie Blue on a scenic flight to a lighthouse. This story introduces early readers to facing new challenges, pattern recognition, exploring new places, and friendship.
  • Don't Call Me Lefty

    by Kris Condi
    Gracie Carter never thought twice about the hand she colored with until classmate and nemesis Scott Collins nicknamed her Lefty. Soon, other students in Gracie's class called her Lefty. The more Gracie tried to fit into a right-handed world, the more botched her coloring became. When their teacher gives the class an assignment the students learn a valuable lesson of acceptance and being yourself.
  • A Bolt From The Blue

    by Robert James Bridge
    A Bolt From The Blue The Halifax Explosion 1917 On a cold unassuming day in Halifax Nova Scotia Canada, the day was soon to become a red letter day as the snowbound scenery became blood begrimed and the death toll mounted with each passing hour. December 6th 9am 1917 was to change the lives of the folks in Halifax when two ammunition ships collided in the harbor between Halifax and Dartmouth leaving almost 2,000 dead and thousands blinded by flying glass as they ... more
  • POP!

    by Faye Alison Gilbert
    When Ethan K. chews gum, he blows big bubbles. When he blows big bubbles, the bubbles pop. When the bubbles pop, they bang and blast. When they bang and blast, the neighbors jump. No one but Ethan K. is having any fun! If only there was a way to stop him from popping. . .
  • Zaniness At The Zoo

    by Jamil McGhee
    Full Color Children's book, with the zany activities of various animals in the zoo.
  • Let There Be Owls Everywhere: Another Book of Poems

    by Ken Priebe
    From the creator of Gnomes of the Cheese Forest and Other Poems comes a second volume of whimsical illustrated poetry to delight young readers of all ages. Here there be more monsters and bumps in the night, including a ghost train, a closet full of skeletons, a princess, a dragon, a shepherd, the wretched horrible Hickle-Snort, and owls. Owls everywhere. All of these characters and many more are to be found within this treasured collection.
  • Life as an Ashaninka, what an adventure!

    by Alexandra Goreing
    Life as an Ashaninka, what an adventure! This story is set in the Peruvian amazon jungle. The curious and enthusiastic Alex dreams of the opportunity to escape from the city and visit the Ashaninka Tribe. Her dream finally comes true; she takes a trip to the amazon jungle where she is amazed by all the different animals and food, the traditions of the Ashaninka Tribe, and their life in harmony with nature.
  • Peppa Inez's Universoul Hair

    by Candace Hagy
    Peppa Inez is a young girl who struggles to accept her naturally nappy and tightly coiled hair. She soon discovers with the help of some "new" friends that she is most beautiful when she can accept herself just as she was meant to be! See how Peppa Inez overcomes her insecurities about how she looks-on her summertime journey to understanding herself.
  • TORC the CAT saves the bunny

    by Nona
    TORC the CAT bravely saves a defenseless bunny from the claws of his arch nemesis, Greedy Tom. "TORC the CAT saves the bunny" is the first book from the "TORC the CAT short stories" book series, and is based on true events. This book, as well as the broader series, focuses on teaching values, such as kindness and friendship. These wonderful short stories can be a helpful tool for parents who are trying to instill important values and morals in their children.
  • The Maid of the Mist

    by Melissa Franckowiak
    The Maid of the Mist is a vibrant picture book created from Native American legend, oral tradition and fiction, and tells the story of Lelewala, the Native American princess who survived a fall from Niagara Falls in her canoe.

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