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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Miss Someday: A Young Adult Novel

    by R.J. Ryker
    It's funny how one stupid little mistake can change your life forever. Okay, maybe what I did was slightly more serious than your average slip-up. But still... As far back as I can remember I've had one goal in life: get into the vocal performance program at the Vanderbilt Conservatory of Music in New York City. It's the crème de la crème of music schools. Guess what. They accepted me, a practically anonymous girl from the other side of the continent. And they even offered me a p... more
  • A Nest for the Savior: An Interactive Christmas Tradition

    by Didi Zayas
    A Nest for the Savior is more than a children’s book – it’s an interactive Christmas tradition that teaches children about the best adventure of all – following Jesus. The story follows Sadie, a sparrow who builds a nest for Jesus after finding the manger empty, while the Advent Activity Guide (on the opposite side of the book) provides instructions for kids to make their own nest for the Savior using 12 symbolic elements. A Nest for the Savior is really two books in one – with a picture b... more
  • Emma & Friends - Izzy the Bully

    by Nipa Shah
    One day a bear cub named Izzy, moves in to the forest where Emma and her friends live. Izzy is not a very nice cub. When the fed up neighborhood cubs ask Emma's help in handling Izzy the Bully, Emma comes up with a compassionate solution.
  • The Great Pillow Sham: An allegory of the Donald Trump presidency

    by Travis Dunn
    The Great Pillow Sham is a read-aloud children's picture book that portrays an allegory of the current U.S. presidency. A pompous pillow is elected to resolve a family's bed head problems. His glorious promises enamor the family. Unfortunately, they ignore an ominous warning tag attached to his back. Is this pillow all he's stuffed up to be? Or, is he just a sham?
  • The Art of Being Remmy

    by Mary Zisk
    It’s 1965. In this funny, illustrated, coming-of-age novel, when mid-sixties attitudes kept girls in their place, 12-year-old Remmy questions what is fair and challenges rules that restrict her. She fights to be an artist in spite of Dad’s objections, a goofball boy rival, and the danger of losing her best friend to a rat fink.
  • The Handy Helpers

    by Rosemary Morgan Heddens
    The Handy Helpers are excited about going to summer camp?that is, everyone except Beth Anne. Her parents want her to go to a free camp for children with disabilities. Beth Anne begs them to let her go to camp with her friends. Finally, her parents admit they don?t have enough money to pay the camp fees. With help from some of the seniors, the Handy Helpers are able to raise the money Beth Anne needs. So why has Beth Anne suddenly changed her mind and wants to go to the special camp after all? ?I... more
  • Lil' Sass and The Adventure of Anger: Lil' Sass Explores her Emotions and Learns that it's OK to Express Anger (The Adventures o

    by Christie Mann
    Lil' Sass helps children explore, understand and learn to express their emotions in a healthy way. This emotional wellness children's book series and accessories (plus FREE resources online) are on a mission for kids and adults to have a healthier, more responsible and resilient relationship with their emotions. Lil' Sass and the Adventure of Anger, part of The Adventures of Lil' Sass children's emotional wellness book series and accessories, allows readers to join Lil' Sass as she discove... more
  • Lil' Sass and the Adventure of Sadness: Lil' Sass Explores Her Emotions and Learns That It's Ok to Express Sadness

    by Christie Mann
    Lil' Sass and the Adventure of Sadness, part of The Adventures of Lil' Sass children's emotional wellness book series and accessories, allows readers to join Lil' Sass as she discovers that it's OK to express sadness. In this book, Lil' Sass, a spunky and independent 10-year-old, is sad when her dad moves away. She struggles with understanding how to express what she's feeling. Mrs. Moo, a family friend, gives her advice on how to deal with her sadness, and Sass feels much better.
  • Willow Oak

    by K.M. del Mara
    The willow knows what the oak does not. The story of Willow Oak begins on the eve of the American Revolution and concerns two young girls, sisters in a New York city family who are loyal to the British crown. As war threatens, their father decides the family must flee to Montreal. This does not sit well with his daughters, who have no experience with the dangers of war. They depart for Canada anyway, sailing up the Hudson River and befriending along the way a free-born black boy who is an ... more
  • Barnabas the Bad-Mannered Bulldog

    by Chris Gray
    Barnabas loves helping his family. His "help" comes in the form of barking, tooting, and drooling. Barnabas' family; however, has had enough of his bad manners. Will obedience school change Barnabas' bad-mannered ways or will his family be forced to live with their bad-mannered bulldog?
  • It's Music Time

    by T. C. Bartlett
    While on his way to his music lesson a little boy becomes enchanted by all the animals that are singing in the woods.
  • The Bubble Kids

    by N. Chowdhry
    With the inclusion of so many finely wrought details about daily life, the novel acts as a window into another part of the world, adding much-needed context to lives that could very well parallel those featured in blood-soaked headlines. The novel excels at highlighting everyday moments of resistance to terrorism, violence, and extremism, practiced one brave act at a time, that mainstream journalism ignores but that fiction persists in exposing. The Bubble Kids is a completely engrossing and ref... more
  • The Bubble Kids

    by N. Chowdhry
    With the inclusion of so many finely wrought details about daily life, the novel acts as a window into another part of the world, adding much-needed context to lives that could very well parallel those featured in blood-soaked headlines. The novel excels at highlighting everyday moments of resistance to terrorism, violence, and extremism, practiced one brave act at a time, that mainstream journalism ignores but that fiction persists in exposing. The Bubble Kids is a completely engrossing and ref... more
  • Santa's Sleigh-Train

    by E. Dorinda Shelley
    When Rudolph got sick with reindeer pox on Christmas Eve, he couldn't guide the sleigh to deliver presents, so Santa had to find another means of transportation... A toy train and magic dust save the trip.
  • Hitchin' Post

    by Julie Barker
    Hitchin' Post the cowboy jackrabbit, lives on the 6B's Ranch. He loves his ranch and all of his cowboy friends, and though ranch life can sometimes be hard, he wouldn't trade a day on the 6B's for nothing! When the 6B's is faced with a devastating drought, Hitch learns that it's his home, friends and family that make him feel rich.
  • The Sex Decision

    by Ellen Piano
    What happens after Janine, 17, says "no" to Hal, a popular high school athlete? Why did Hal suddenly turn from a fun, respectful guy into a sexually-demanding male? Janine's decision about Hal's demands haunt her while as editor of her high school online newspaper she interviews pregnant teens. What the girls tell her leads to the shocking truth about Hal and his new demand of her. She finally learns why she cared so much for him and why he demanded sex from her. Can she dare risk romance ... more

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