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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Buddy the War Dog: From the Blitz to the Battlefields of World War II

    by Joan Tidd
    Buddy the War Dog is about a black Labrador's experiences during World War II. The book combines fact with fiction and focuses on the heroic tales of Buddy when he finds himself amidst the London Blitz and then, as a 'paradog' being parachuted behind enemy lines into France. Written in the first "doggie person", Buddy's dangerous yet exciting predicaments move the reader to a deeper understanding, historically, of the unique dog/man relationship in times of extreme trauma. These are highlighted... more
  • ''The Kids Book Club of Power'' - We Are One and Together We Are Strong

    by Simon Fawaz
    A positive story about a boy and a girl (twins) that receive a magnificent book from their father on their birthday. This wonderful book then helped the twins to obtain great powers. Unlike other superheros, the twin’s power enabled them to move mountains with their mind and to speak in many languages. Their power also aided all kids to make better choices for their lives, which helped to bring harmony to our Earth. The twins didn’t know that a naughty little wizard named Meroo, did not w... more
  • The Circle: Taken

    by Sage Sask

    From USA Today, Washington Post and Amazon Charts Bestselling author and Goodreads Best Fiction Finalist comes an exhilarating new YA series.

    Abandoned at eleven with no memory of her family, Alexia seeks her true identity. Under the new government's regime, sixteen year-olds are evaluated for their desire to harm others. Throughout the test, Alexia struggles to conceal her psychic ability to read the past a... more

  • The Voyage of Gethsarade

    by Matthew Claybrook
    Gethsarade grew up feeling all alone and out of place. Don't we all. But you know, the trouble with being truly different, is there often simply isn't a way, and one must make it before they can walk it. Gethsarade finally gets into more trouble than his false bravado can handle, and sends him tumbling headwise into a journey that would test everything he is, and everything he isn't. Along the way, he encounters the vile Barrogan Black, a nutria pirat (that's a pirate rat, which is far worse tha... more
  • Happy Jack

    by Jacqueline J. Edgington
    When life becomes too difficult to understand, nine-year-old Jack awakens one night to see a most extraordinary creature called Petucan who has come to his rescue. He is swept into the magical realm of Dhyāna Land where he sets out on a quest to find the mysterious and immortal Satya. With the help of exotic and memorable characters, his adventure begins. As the real and imagined begin to merge, Jack boards the Mindless Express where his journey brings him face-to-face with his worst nightmar... more
  • Happy Jack

    by Jacqueline J. Edgington
    When life becomes too difficult to understand, nine-year-old Jack awakens one night to see a most extraordinary creature called Petucan who has come to his rescue. He is swept into the magical realm of Dhyāna Land where he sets out on a quest to find the mysterious and immortal Satya. With the help of exotic and memorable characters, his adventure begins. “Happy Jack, Happy Jack, run far away. Happy Jack, Happy Jack, don’t you come back.” Happy Jack, the unhappiest boy in the world, earned ... more
  • The Way to the Shining City: A Story of the Early Mormons in Missouri and Nauvoo, Illinois

    by Elaine Stienon
    Love and violence on the American frontier characterize this exciting novel about the early Mormons and their search for a place of peace and religious freedom. Thwarted in their attempt to settle together in northern Missouri, they flee to Illinois where they establish a city called Nauvoo on the Mississippi. The novel describes their search for a place of refuge, the heart-rending story of their persecutions, and the ultimate destruction of their city. The novel's main character is Gabriel Rom... more
  • The Adventures of Vince the Cat - Vince Goes to Paris

    by Heidi Bryant
    This first story takes you on the journey of a little kitten called Vince, how he met a little girl who would become his lifelong friend. In their first adventure they make some wonderful new friends, visit some famous and beautiful sites and start to learn one of the most beautiful languages in the world.
  • Fluffy's Tale

    by Megan Newell
    Fluffy leaves home because Zac and Zoe have brought home a new kitten. She goes looking for a friend, but no-one she meets seems right - until she meets a butterfly who teaches her a few things about friendship.
  • Rosco the Rascal and the Holiday Lights

    by Shana Gorian
    James’ and Mandy's neighborhood has taken first place in the holiday lights Best Block contest. But will Rosco’s attempts to help, wreak havoc and wreck Opening Night? And will Mandy’s insistence on working independently be her downfall at the school train parade? Find out in this heartwarming Christmas adventure, the fifth installment in the Rosco the Rascal series.
  • Climb

    by Melissa McGovern Taylor
    Mutt. Half-breed. Twelve-year-old Tizzy Barnes hates the names kids call her and how everyone has something to say about her mama being black and her daddy being white, especially the mean folks in the Ku Klux Klan. But when Tizzy meets Skip Spencer in the summer of 1964, all he cares about is setting a world tree-climbing record with Tizzy’s help. The only problem is, Skip’s daddy is a no-good, two-bit member of the Klan. As Tizzy and Skip try to keep their friendship quiet, Daddy gets arrest... more
  • My Little Pine New Life

    by Ryan Morgan
    Struggling to make his way in the world the little pine tree has to decide if he will let a tiny little beetle into his life. This decision could alter his life forever. When he decides to let the beetle in against the advice of the wise tree next to him he is slowly eaten away. But that is not the end for this little pine tree. With the help of a caring carpenter will the pine tree recover? Will he feel whole again?
  • I Can Be A Superhero During A Lockdown

    by Rachel Tepfer Copeland

    (Pre K and Up) Listen to your teacher, Be quiet as a mouse and Stay still as a statue. These are the important Superhero jobs children will learn inside the gentle and engaging book I Can Be A Superhero During A Lockdown.  Everyone has a Superhero inside waiting to be discovered... learn how to discover yours!

     

     

  • Because I Wanted To Play With You

    by Tamiko Pettee
    Based on a true story, award-winning writer Tamiko Pettee crafts this charming tale of true friendship that inspires both parents and children to consider how our use of digital devices can affect our relationships. Jake Hedgehog is a boy who loves to play with his friends. He becomes sad and lonely when he discovers that his best friend, Sam is more interested in his phone than in playing with him. Jake takes desperate measures to remedy the situation and ends up jeopardizing their friendshi... more
  • You Weren't With Me

    by Chandra Ghosh Ippen
  • The Black Fox of Beckham

    by David L Heaney

    A black fox, a Roma gypsy widow, and a fourteen-year-old girl on the autism spectrum discover and befriend one another in the village of Beckham where fox hunting has been a way of life for centuries. The three improbable friends learn that being different doesn’t leave you powerless as they prepare to challenge a sport they believe is senseless and cruel. TTHE BLACK FOX OF BECKHAM is a tale for young adult readers about reckless superstitions fueled by prejudice, a desire to win a... more

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