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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • I Can't Find My Fun

    by Heather Earley
    Nicholas (whose mama calls him Snuggle Bug, which is okay with him) has a problem -- he has lost his fun. Maybe he misplaced it, maybe it ran away. Either way, it's gone and Nicholas is very sad. He enlists his mama's help to track down his fun, and in the process makes a discovery about the very nature of fun itself.
  • Birdwild

    by Bobbi Simmons
    Birdwild is set in a small rural town in Shellsville, SC, beginning in the early 1950s when the South was struggling with racial segregation. Bree’s story travels through her childhood with an unscrupulous abusive father who is a ruthless drug dealer and womanizer, and her mama who holds her at arm’s length denying her the love Bree so desperately needs. Bree senses that this family withholds big secrets from her. It isn’t until Bree’s mama frees herself from her husband, and Bree learns who her... more
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    by BestVpn Analysis
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  • All Families Invited

    by Kathleen Goodman
    When eight-year-old Annabel dreams of making her school’s father-daughter dance more inclusive of all family types, she thinks changing the name of the dance will be an easy task. But Annabel quickly realizes that it’s harder than she thought to change the way things have always been done. Nevertheless, she carries on and feels empowered by the wise words of her mother. In the end, Annabel learns what it takes to succeed in creating a fun and welcoming experience for all students, no matter thei... more
  • Ronaldo: The Reindeer Flying Academy: Colour Illustrated Edition (Ronaldo the Flying Reindeer)

    by Maxine Sylvester

    "Move over Rudolph - RONALDO IS HERE TO STAY!"

     Ronaldo is a young flying reindeer cadet who someday dreams of becoming one of Santa's reindeer, just like his hero, Vixen. With the love and support of his friends and family and the great advice of his grandpa he can face his greatest challenge yet, the Endurance Challenge. Ronaldo doesn't have a "traditional" reindeer name (like Dasher) so he faces some bullying from h... more

  • Joan Moans and Moans and Moans

    by Gloria Eveleigh
    Joan is a little girl who is always moaning. She moans when she has to get up in the morning, she moans about her breakfast, she doesn’t want to go to school, she doesn’t like sums, and more. As a result, Joan is disliked by other children, and adults continually get angry with her. This makes Joan unhappy. Can she stop moaning?
  • Morgan, the Very Short Pirate Braves the Storm

    by Gloria Eveleigh
    Morgan is a very short pirate. The other pirates make fun of Morgan. Morgan has a kind and tolerant nature and does not get upset. One day a very bad storm blows up, and all the other pirates get ill as the pirate ship tosses up and down on the huge waves. Morgan takes the ship's wheel and tries to prevent a shipwreck. Will Morgan save the pirates' lives?
  • Aimee, the Cheeky Parakeet

    by Gloria Eveleigh
    Aimee, the cheeky parakeet, belongs to Reeve. Aimee flicks birdseed at Reeve and his friends to get attention. Reeve's mommy and daddy say that if Aimee does not stop flicking seed at everyone, she will have to be put in a cage. Reeve thinks this is a cruel thing to do to Aimee. He and his friend Benjee make a plan to stop Aimee being put in a cage. Will their plan work?
  • Who Ate the Pie?

    by Gloria Eveleigh
    The school cook bakes a pie for the schoolteachers' lunch and leaves it on the kitchen table to cool. Later he discovers that his pie has gone. The school head, with the help of the teachers, sets out to investigate who ate the pie. Will they find the culprit?
  • Jeremy the Jolly Juggler

    by Gloria Eveleigh
    Jeremy is a juggler in Mr. Jericho's circus. Not enough people are coming to the circus, so Mr. Jericho asks Jeremy to make his juggling act more exciting to attract more people. Jeremy seeks ideas from the other circus entertainers, including the tightrope walker, the acrobats, the strong man, the human cannonball, and the knife thrower. If Jeremy can't improve his act, the circus will have to close down. What will happen?
  • Elaine Never Listens

    by Gloria Eveleigh
    Elaine never listens to anything that grown-ups tell her. Despite the fact that this gets her in to all kinds of scrapes, Elaine does not learn. It is not until her grandpa's actions save Elaine from getting hurt that she realises her mistake and learns her lesson. Elaine decides that from then on, she will alway listen to grown-ups.
  • Brian's Birthday Bash

    by Gloria Eveleigh
    Brian the Bear is nearly bursting with excitement. It is soon to be his birthday, and he is looking forward to his birthday party and lots of fun. Brian dreams of having a blue bike with a bell for his birthday, but he knows that bikes cost far too much money for his mommy and brother , Bernard, to afford. Brian loves all the presents that his bear friends give to him at his birthday party. He has no idea about the big surprise that awaits him!
  • Florence the Fire Engine Saves the Day

    by Gloria Eveleigh
    Florence is a fire engine driven by Fin and his fire crew. Florence gets called to a fire at a fig factory in Farnborough. Due to the fog created by smoke from the fire, the traffic is at a standstill. So Fin flicks a switch, and Florence sprouts wings and flies high above the traffic. When Florence arrives at the fire, Fin feels worried because there is a forest nearby that could catch alight. Will Florence, Fin, and his fire crew be able to put out the fire and save the factory and the forest?
  • Lazy Lucy Gets Left Out

    by Gloria Eveleigh
    Lazy Lucy is a lioness. She never goes hunting with the other lionesses. Instead, she sleeps all day and eats the food they bring home. The other lionesses no longer like Lucy, and as Lucy gets fatter and fatter, there is no room for her in the lair. Lucy is lonely and sad. Then she has an idea. Will her idea work? Will the other lionesses love Lucy again?
  • Ulrika and Unwin the Untidy Twins

    by Gloria Eveleigh
    Ulrika and Unwin never put their toys away when they've finished playing with them. They hide them under the bed or pile them up on the floor. Their cousin, Umber, comes to stay and ends up tripping over some toys and bumping her head. The twins are very shocked at this but learn that toys left around not only look untidy but can be dangerous as well. After that, they never leave their toys around again.
  • Oscar Goes Online

    by Gloria Eveleigh
    Ottima, the small daughter of an African farmer, finds a baby ostrich abandoned by its mother. She names him Oscar, but despite all Ottima's efforts to care for Oscar, he stubbornly refuses to eat. Eventually Ottima goes online to identify a zoo with a mother ostrich that can adopt Oscar. After a long journey to Oxford in England, Oscar is adopted by a female ostrich Olive, and he happily begins to eat again.