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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Mama's Cloud

    by Jessica Williams
    Mama is the most wonderful person in the world, but when a dark cloud settles over her, her inner magic seems to disappear. There must be something that can make the cloud vanish...but what?
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    by Subhajit Khara
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  • Frank Vaughn Killed by His Mom

    by D. Krauss
    It’s summer, 1965. School's out and Butch's birthday is in a few weeks. Perfect; three months of freeze tag, hide and seek and riding his bike way past dark. Well, maybe not completely perfect — Frank Vaughn, a classmate, is beaten to death by his crazy mother for leaving a report card at school. On top of that, Dad is touchier than ever and Mom sadder, so best to hide out next door with his best friend Tommy reading X-Men and hoping for that birthday GI Joe. But in one night, Butch's summer e... more
  • The Sleeping King

    by Laurel Colless
    Legend holds that in centuries past,a great king was laid to rest, leaving a promise to wake again when the world would need him most. Could eleven year-old Peter Blue be that sleeping king? “He sleeps more than we do!” complain the old people at the Gum Tree Rest Home in the Australian bush, where Peter’s lived since his parents were killed by wildfire.When a pesky wizard-type pulls Peter out of a nap, telling him to wake up and save the world, Peter’s naturally not interested. It’s only when ... more
  • Carol and Santa

    by Karen Cotton
    I’m Carol Bell, just a Wyoming cowgirl that keeps getting blamed for trouble because stupid John Hoboken, the school bully, keeps making me mad. Mom and Dad say I’m on Santa’s naughty list, and I‘m going to get coal for Christmas, but it’s not my fault! I didn’t believe Santa really delivered coal to naughty kids, and I was right! It’s not Santa, but I know who DOES! Join our intrepid 8-year-old as she learns about herself and the world of Christmas... literally... in one night! Naughty kids ... more
  • The Adventures of Lily Huckleberry in Scandinavia

    by Audrey Smit
    In a village where the flowers grow as big as trees, lives a brave little girl named Lily Huckleberry. As a member of the Worldwide Adventure Society, Lily has a magic globe that takes her on whimsical adventures around the world. In this first book of the series, Lily goes to Scandinavia for a Midsummer party, where she finds herself ker-splat in the middle of a strawberry mystery. As Lily travels around Scandinavia to save Midsummer, she meets a menagerie of friends, explores Nordic culture, a... more
  • Danny's Fantasticani Christmas Adventure

    by Paul Dixon
    7-year-old boy goes on an unexpected magical journey to try and save Christmas for the world, in the process uncovering secrets about his dead father and attempting to put the happiness and joy back into his own life
  • Aria's Crown

    by Bettinita Harris
    Aria has long been excited for Grandparents’ Day, thinking about it constantly throughout the school year. But now that it is a day away, she is feeling down. Her classmates laughed at her when she told stories about how she calls her grandmother Queen. They joked about her not wearing a crown. Now that she thinks about it, Aria never has seen her grandmother wear a crown. What Aria doesn’t realize is her grandmother is preparing her for a valuable life lesson: Every girl ha... more
  • Sacred Hearts

    by Harriet A. Dickey
    Safe and back home in Chicago, Hannah Jordan is thrilled about the new house her parents have bought which will allow her and her older sister to have their own room separate from their six-year-old brother. But she is not happy that she will be the only Negro student in her sixth grade Sacred Hearts classroom. She had enough of the pursuit of civil rights the summer before. And if this isn't bad enough, she has two bullies to deal with: a seventh grader and a full-grown nun. There's also a ... more
  • I Can Be Kind

    by Heather Lester
    "Changing the world isn't easy, but it's easy to start with you." In I Can Be Kind, Alice learns she can make this BIG world a BETTER world through small acts of kindness and helping others.
  • Everyday Imagination - The Green Scarf

    by Heather Lester
    A superhero. An actor. A jungle explorer. A pirate. What would you imagine if you had a green scarf? A little boy discovers that he can have a lot of fun with his imagination and an everyday object.
  • Growing Up Jazzy

    by Sonja McGiboney
    A soft cover children's book about a dog's first year. The story starts with puppy Jazzy and ends on her first birthday. She has explored, played, learned, moved and found friends along the way. The book goes through all twelve months starting in March and shows seasons as well.
  • 'Evan and the Bottom Rockets'

    by Chris Mercer
    Evan has a secret: something is causing his bottom to blow big-time. Will Doctor Bottom and Evan’s hapless father Willy find out why, or perhaps his fearsome but vain Head Teacher Mrs. Gertrude Booby and her obsequious deputy Paddy Pantsdown? If your child laughs at bodily functions and silly names, they will love Evan and the Bottom Rockets!
  • The Wild Waves Whist: An Ageless Story from Shakespeare's The Tempest

    by Erin Nelsen Parekh
    Quotable Shakespeare becomes a story for the very young in this delightful seaside adventure, where two friends explore beaches, streams, wetlands and woods brimming with natural beauty. While the setting evokes the magic of The Tempest for those who love it already, babies and toddlers will enjoy a rollicking story, animals peeking through trees and vines, and fun, lilting rhyme that just happens to be written by the most celebrated author in the history of the English language.
  • The Adventures of Katarina Rose

    by SG Johnson
    Katarina Rose is a siamese kitty cat that is not like normal cats. She would rather go on adventures than sleep all day. She wants to take you with her on these travels. She meets all kinds of animals along the way and you get to meet them too. She loves telling the stories of the animals and how they live out in the country. She is a lucky kitty cat with a very loving family that takes great care of her. Katarina Rose cant wait to see which animals become her friends.
  • Waiting for the Sunrise

    by Trinity Suh
    Eve was in pain, but she was good at hiding it...that is, until he came and changed everything. He saw through the crumbling facade right down to her dying soul, her tired heart - and the worst part was that he wanted to help her. Elijah was just a waiter at the Sunrise Eatery who enjoyed little things like playing music with his band and lighting up the occasional cigarette. Then his path collides with that of a beautiful, broken girl...is there hope yet in their sunrise together?

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