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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Legendary

    by Lisa Kastner
    In the time of Queen Elizabeth II's inauguration, a young gay couple has to hide their relationship from the world around them or be jailed, or worse. At the same time, a dear friend dies and they resign to find out the truth of his mysterious death.
  • Christine, Released

    by Lisa Kastner
    This engaging, heart wrenching story of a young woman lost in a society that's not built for her family nor her life, Christine's story will keep you at the edge of your seat and leave you with feelings of hope, relief, and awe.
  • Habitan-The Parallel Place

    by Cheryl Skory Suma
    Habitan grew out of the author's bedtime stories for her children, and draws on her multicultural background that includes one-quarter Canadian Cree Aboriginal/Inuit mix. Her grandmother's spirit and grace were inspirational to the creation of this story, and the use of Cree as the basis for the magical language of Habitan. The scenery and animals behind in the story were drawn from the naturally varied and beautiful landscape of Canada. Habitan is a YA fantasy novel, and follows three preteens... more
  • Milly and the Tale from Across the Street

    by Martha Klopp
    Milly is an imaginative 10 year old girl. She is excited when a new girl, Cora, moves into the beautiful, old, and mysterious house across the street. They become fast friends and they discover a secret room. In that room, there is a dramatic journal and magical potion recipes. They waste no time trying out “Canine Communication” and have a ball with Milly’s dog, Angus. It’s not all fun and games when they come across journal entries and old letters hinting at an evil son who is plotting aga... more
  • Saint Agnes’ Garden

    by Diana Lynn Klueh
    Jodie Sealy is an outsider at Saint Agnes School, a privileged southern girl in a rough part of town. She learns what life is like in an underprivileged community. She also discovers she is not cut out to be a nun, but is a unique flower in God’s garden.
  • You Can't Invite a Fish to a Dance Party

    by Jessica Williams
    The pets all agreed, they couldn't invite Fish to the Dance Party. It was too dangerous for him, and besides, he wouldn't have any fun. But Fish has other plans. A delightful story about a group of well-meaning pets who's lack of understanding leads them to exclude a friend from their plans. You Can't Invite a Fish to a Dance Party shows that everyone can be part of the fun, no matter their circumstances
  • LONG NOSE LEGACY: A Dog's Story of Royalty and Loyalty

    by J. G. Eastman

    Winner 2020 Parents' Choice Silver Award for audiobook and 2019 BRAG Medallion.

    Gracie, a haughty royal Russian Wolfhound (Borzoi) show dog, expects her noble puppies to follow in her pawprints of being a pampered princess.

    Daughter Carnegie has inherited Gracie’s aristocratic attitude and assumes she’ll be pick of the litter. But when the coveted title goes to her humble but perfect sister, Madison, she’s resentful and scoffs at being a sill... more

  • Maggie's Secret Garden

    by Thurston Pope
    An true story and outdoor adventure unlike any other! Maggie takes finding buried treasure to a different level when a new world is uncovered in her backyard.
  • Fabric of a Generation

    by Tasha Madison
    Miranda dreams of disappearing. That and torturing her younger brainiac of a brother. To sidestep the risk of personal vulnerability (and her much-hated history class), she plays soccer or skips school by escaping to her favorite magic shop whenever she gets the chance. As her truancy creates a rift between her ambitious TV producer mother and misunderstood stay-at-home dad, Miranda begins to covet the unknown destiny of strangers and questions whether she will ever have one of her own worth ... more
  • CROSS OF SWORDS

    by GINA DETWILER
    Will, a young knight, joins Godfrey of Boullion and four other noblemen on a quest known to history as the First Crusade.
  • I'd Like A Cat Like That

    by John Allen
    A lyrical, whimsical story of a cat that can do all that including shooting baskets, driving a power boat and helping out with math. Yes, I'd like a cat like that.
  • Tanglefoot: Book one of the 'Suncookers series (Print)

    by B.W. Edwards
    Set in the Northwoods of Maine in an isolated logging community, Tanglefoot follows young Charlie King as he learns the ropes of making, transporting and selling moonshine during the summer of 1920 right after prohibition began. Conflict between brewers causes serious problems. Charlie works for his controlling father, Caleb, his kind Uncle Amos, and learns that he has unexpected abilities as a Native American shaman from his mentor, Hiram Francis. \tAuthentic details about working in the woods... more
  • Come As You Are: Finding Peace in a Church Youth Group Godspell Production

    by Anne Marie Bennett

    This relevant, adventurous young adult Christian novel explores faith, community, and family relationships within the setting of a church youth group's theatre production of the musical Godspell as seen through the eyes of troubled sixteen-year-old Casey. From rehearsals to building sets to creating costumes, Casey's journey inspires us to take a look at our own lives as we strive towards determining which friendships are most important and which can be safely turned away from. Christ... more

  • I Love You More Than Christmas

    by Deborah McGinnis
    One night a little boy asked his mom if she loved him more than Christmas...and so it began. This is a beautiful children's Christmas book filled with colorful holiday images done in original watercolor. It is sure to please the child in all of us.
  • Year of the Amphibian

    by Christopher Pickert
    What is paradise for a fourteen-year-old boy? For Conrad it's definitely not dusty Los Angeles, where he's stuck living with his mother and his cheeky little sisters. Paradise is the forest where his dad still lives, by the water where everything is beautiful, where he belongs.
  • Go to School, Kanunu

    by Chris Esper
    Based on a Syrian folk tale, "Go to School, Kanunu," tells the humorous story of a mother going through outrageous lengths of getting her son, Kanunu, to go to school. She receives help from the anthropomorphic objects and creatures including a timeout chair, a blaze of fire, a camel, and a few others.

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