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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Yara's Tawari Tree (Yara's Rainforest Book 1)

    by Yossi Lapid
    Yara lives with her Mama in the lush Amazon jungle. She wants to rescue her beloved but increasingly besieged rainforest home. When Yara falls gravely ill, the forest returns the love and saves Yara's life.
  • Anne

    by Zarina Macha

    Anne Mason has a storybook childhood.

    A wealthy father, loving mother, and a beautiful home in Richmond.

    But behind the polished windows, Anne’s father brutally terrorizes her mother.

    Sent to live with her aunt and uncle, Anne enrolls in boarding school. Though she thrives, the traumas of her past gnaw at her insides.

    Will hope and inner strength prevail?


  • Abigail Waits

    by Bunny Lee
    Bullying-the word itself brings negative connotations. It doesn't differentiate race, gender or creed. Boundless with its grip and cruelty, the assistance of the internet leads it slithering through homes, schools, cities and countries. Meet Abigail, a victim of bullying that has hurt her mentally and physically. Hiding in the woods, away from words and hands that can hurt her is her only solace. Hannah, daughter to Cherokee Indian Chief Daniel Littlejohn, is continuing his work , after her fath... more
  • The Dance Centre Presents Giselle

    by Chi Varnado
    When the prima ballerina at The Dance Centre mysteriously vanishes, Randi unexpectedly lands the lead and learns that the world of ballet is not always as glamorous as it appears onstage. She harbors severe self-doubts about her abilities to rise to the honor of her new role. And when she begins her pas de deux training with a boy, new and conflicting feelings and emotions surface which send her spiraling into panic mode. All the while, Deanne seizes opportunities to undermine her at every pirou... more
  • We, but Me

    by Kenny Lee
    Whether fraternal, identical, or just two peas in a pod, twins share an unmistakable bond for life. We, but Me recognizes what a certain set of twins have in common, but also the traits that make each sibling unique.
  • I Am Awesome!

    by Ryan K. Maule
    Do your children know how awesome they are? As kids grow up, they face many decisions and challenges that can have different outcomes based upon how they view their own self worth. In this book, follow along as two robots named Grace and Zeal learn that self-confidence is not only a good thing, it’s what God intended! God believes in all of us and He planted awesome inside of each and every person at birth! So no matter how old you are or whether you realize it or not, you have everything you ... more
  • This Cat Is Mine!

    by Daniel Georges

    Johnny and Elvis are brothers who don’t like to share ANYTHING. Absolutely NOTHING! One day they will get a mysterious box and in it an unusual cat. One cat for two brothers? A sharing puzzle to solve. But this is not ANY cat...

    A magical story with Edward Gorey-inspired illustrations addressing selfishness between siblings and encouraging the shift into sharing and teamwork.

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  • What You Gonna Do With All That Belly?

    by Daniel Georges

    Ronnie loves being lazy and eating candy. When a hungry giant jelly bear threatens to devour all his town, his bad habits will need to change. Ronnie has to jump, run and outsmart the giant bear. Will he save his town?

    With candylicious illustrations, this picture book will surely become a favorite bedtime story. It will encourage kids to join their friends in active social playtime, quit bad eating habits and help others do that too!

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  • Maya Knows a Secret

    by Daniel Georges

    Maya wants someone to tell her a secret so badly. She went out all day looking for someone to tell her one. When she finally learns a hush hush information, she will not keep quiet about it. What a mistake not to know that a secret is only a secret if kept a secret!

    This awarded story is a wonderful conversation starter between parents and kids about a delicate and highly important topic: secret keeping.

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  • I'm Selling My Dad's Shoes!

    by Daniel Georges

    Kyle has no money to buy his dad a birthday gift. His crazy solution is to sell his dad’s old shoes! Simple right? But when many people on the street stop him asking for help, Kyle will soon find himself empty-handed with nothing to buy a gift. Will he find the reward for his kindness?

    With fun storytelling and lovable characters this book is set to encourage kindness, generosity and developing children’s sense of empathy and doing good. 

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  • I Won't Cut My Hair!

    by Daniel Georges

    Sally is the prettiest girl in town with her gorgeous purple hair. To become even prettier, she decides not to cut it ever again. She is really stubborn but her long hair will soon put here bratty nerves to the test.

    Kids will giggle reading this cheeky story and learn that being flexible does not undermine your confidence, instead it will equip you to face negative situations and become the ultimate tool to succeed in life.

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  • How I Made a Friend

    by Daniel Georges

    Will is perfectly happy in his own creative world. When a new kid enters his life uninvited, his bubble is about to burst. But wait... Doesn’t friendship come when you least expect it?

    This hilarious book teaches kids how to make meaningful friendships with a genuinely funny story and adorable oddball characters kids will love. Let’s make awesome friends!

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  • Towers: A Rapunzel Retelling

    by Chelli Larsen
    A Rapunzel Retelling, Towers explores the fairy tale that you thought you knew, only from a much different perspective. The first part of the story is told by Romy, a young disabled girl that has to hide the magic she has inside of her. The second part of the story is told by Rapunzel when Romy turns up missing. There is adventure, romance, and friendship.
  • Potty Professional: A highly effective and motivational tale for boys and girls ready to potty train. (The Secret Skills of Marg

    by Melissa Sue Walker
    The perfect potty book for parents struggling to motivate a reluctant child. When Margo Pargo hears her mother insist that she is too little to use the potty, she aims to set the record straight. Now, with a belly full of fishy crackers and a sippy full of water, she will show her family just how big she really is. Follow this feisty youngster on her potty adventure and then watch your little one show you their secret skills.
  • The Bones of Who We Are

    by CL Walters
    Gabe Daniels always figured his DNA is flawed. One only has to look to his past to see it, and it's why he’s tried to hide it in new layers of his life: his new home, his adoptive parents, Seth, Abby. But darkness is always at his heels. With the impending death of his former best friend - a death for which he feels responsible - the depression, the broken relationships, the day-to-day struggle, and the monster trying to break out of him have left a debris field in his wake. Gabe decides the br... more