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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Fantastic Adventures of Captain Acorn

    by Avalon Robinson
    It's not every day that a squirrel takes to the sea on her own ship, but the fearless Captain Acorn lives for adventure. Whether it's buried treasure, massive storms, or the occasional hamster with a grudge, Acorn and her faithful crew are up to the challenge. Adventures like these don't happen everyday, but then, Captain Acorn is not an everyday squirrel.
  • Ugly

    by Kelly Vincent

    Nic’s best and only friend, Sam, announces she’s moving, meaning that the two of them need to step up Operation Social Interaction for Nic, which is supposed to improve Nic’s social life. OSIN looks poised for failure with Nic still constantly fending off barbs about her unfeminine appearance. This treatment and Sam’s pending move begin to take a toll and Nic starts questioning herself. Is she a lesbian? Is she trans? When her school freaks out over a self-portrait she... more

  • Little Noelle's Christmas Wish

    by Meg McNamara
    "Little Noelle's Christmas Wish" is about a small Parisian girl in the 1950s. Noelle cherishes her Christmas traditions which include annual trips to the World's Biggest Christmas Tree - the Eiffel Tower, with her father. And each year, Noelle and Papa follow their tradition of walking to the World's Biggest Christmas Tree - the Eiffel Tower and wish on one of the lights. One year Papa doesn't come home in time for Christmas and Noelle takes brave steps to make a very special wish.
  • Are You A Good Egg?: An Uplifting Story About Feelings, Moods and Self-esteem (Good Egg World)

    by Peter Deuschle
    What Makes Someone Good? Sometimes you feel happy and thankful and glad. Other times you feel angry and lonely and sad. It can be confusing to feel so much each day. “Are You A Good Egg?” explains that different feelings are normal, and even though moods are ever-changing, people are good because they have a good heart. And that doesn’t change.
  • If you looked at me...

    by wanda remmers
    'If you looked at me you would not know' is a travel through a young girls life recognizing and celebrating diversity. We explore people and experiences and wonder what the reader's life is like. Interactive pages complete this journey. We visit friends and family that are unique and wonderful. We learn about a viewpoint that accepts people as they are and celebrates their differences. At the end we are hoping for a mutual understanding that comes without assumptions and judgements.
  • #TheyUsedTo

    by Stephanie Dimitrievski
  • Dottie, Primsy and The Skinny Frog

    by Andrea Lassiter

    One morning a little girl, DOTTIE, wakes up to find her bedroom had become a garden. She notices a path and as she walks along hears a voice.  A flower, PRIMSY, tells Dottie that it is wonderful to have her in the Forever and Ever Garden.  They play all day. Dottie returns to the garden every day until one day she couldn't find Primsy. A garden statue, THE SKINNY FROG,&n... more

  • Wicked In Rhyme: A Wicked Short (The Wicked Unearth Series Book 1)

    by J.L Smith
    Inez Finley is just like most ten-year-olds. Her life is filled with love from her family. Mainly from Grandma Esther. Her parents love her, too, but Grandma is the only one Inez can truly talk to about the dreams she has. Especially after one of them comes true on the schoolyard. She is the only one who understands what Inez can see and what the woman in the old photo in Dad's office has to do with it.
  • Jamestown Tobacco Boy Dream of Freedom

    by Beverly Harris
    Jamestown Tobacco Boy Dream of Freedom is the story of survival on a plantation outside of Colonial Jamestown Virginina and friendship between a young slave and his friend; an old man who was among the first Africans to arrive in Jamestown in the year 1619. This folk like tale of mystical adventure with a historical backdrop is a must read for fourth-seventh grade readers. “Jamestown Tobacco Boy Dream of Freedom” was inspired by the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first Africans to E... more
  • The Great Adventure of Tom to Bermuda

    by Emilie Cossette

    Whether you get the incredible chance to move to Bermuda, you are a visitor who wishes to share a piece of your beautiful journey or simply curious to discover a new country, this book is perfect for all the little and older explorers who would like to learn more about this wonderful island.

    Mostly known for its legends and mysteries, Bermuda is, in fact, a true paradise on earth. With our friendly guide, George, you can travel all around the country an... more

  • Roo, The Little Red Tuk Tuk: Picture Book about a Spunky Vehicle for Children age 2 - 6

    by Nadishka Aloysius
    Roo is a little red Tuk Tuk. He recalls the many ups and downs of his life on the roads of Colombo (the commercial capital of Sri Lanka). From road races, to Polo tournaments, to animal rescues, this little vehicle has lived life to its fullest. Experience the joys and perils of Tuk Tuks on the streets, and learn many life lessons along the way with this courageous Tuk Tuk who is always ready to lend a helping hand and spread some cheer. You are never too little to make a difference...
  • 978-0578429458

    by CASEY RISLOV
    Yeehaw! Rowdy Randy shouted to the wind. I was born to buck! Rowdy Randy is the toughest cowgirl around. Never mind that this broncobuster is a horsefly. She acts taller than any tall tale. She might be easy to overlook, but Rowdy Randy definitely can't be ignored. She spends her days buzzing and biting all the creatures in her path, all the while stirring up a whole heap of trouble. Saddle up and hold on tight for a story that'll jangle your spurs and blow your cowboy hat clean off.
  • The Night Chorus

    by Niki Knaub

    Something magical happens when a group of musical bugs unite at nightfall. 

  • Don't Drink the Pink

    by B.C.R. Fegan
    Follow the special relationship between Madeline and her Grandfather as they both grow and share in the most magical birthday experiences. Filled with secrets to uncover and brimming with imagination, Don't Drink the Pink explores a number of basic concepts including colors, numbers and the reality of growing older.
  • Caterpillar Cat

    by Louise T W Lucas
    Caterpillar Cat is a delightful and entertaining story about a stray cat and a little girl called Rose. Rose first sees Caterpillar Cat walking along the snowy rooftops outside her bedroom window. Caterpillar Cat is cold and lonely. What will Rose and her mum do to help, and how did Caterpillar Cat get her name? Based on a true story.
  • The Strongest Boy

    by Renee Irving Lee
    Max believes he is the strongest boy in the world. He can do all sorts of tough tricks, like showing off his strong muscles, jumping off the furniture, pushing people over and even breaking things. His cheeky pet bird, Bruce tells him just how strong he is too. One day, they both go to a birthday party and Max thinks he is the strongest, mightiest, coolest kid there. But why was everyone mad at him? The Strongest Boy redefines masculinity in a subtle,yet engaging way for young readers. Fol... more

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