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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • 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?
  • In the Dead of Night

    by Trinity Suh
    ABSYNTHE wondered if she would ever wake up from the nightmare she was living. Life used to be good--daresay perfect--but suddenly the tired girl found herself struggling to heal bleeding wounds and cope with abrupt loss. Over and over again she questioned why she bothered to live in a world devoid of hope and love, and she began to fade away into her depression. Her nightmare. She knew that some said falling sensations could bring a sleeping person to jolt awake. So alone in the dead of nig... more
  • Babies Have All the Fun

    by Jen E. Lis
    When Griffin sees how good life is for his baby brother Elwood, he wants to be a baby again. But Griffin soon learns there may be something even more exciting to be than a baby.
  • Antietam: Waking the Fury

    by Tecla Emerson
    Emily at 15 is bored and annoyed with just about everything and everybody. Tired of her chores and irritated by the endless care of three younger sisters, she would like to have a life of her own. Her parents are absent; her Father is off fighting a war she doesn't understand and her Mother has left for Pennsylvania. As the eldest of the four sisters, she must take responsibility for her home and family. When the bloodiest battle of the Civil War is fought almost on her doorstep she is unwilling... more
  • Shadows in the Fog

    by Tecla Emerson
    Molly lived on an island far away from the mainland. She was an orphan and there was no one to care for her. Sent to live in a house filled with boys she was pressed into the role of cook and caretaker. Her life became that of a servant. When an unfortunate incident took place that threatened to scar her forever, she was sent to live with an angered and bitter veteran of the Civil War. Living the life of a recluse and with battle scars of his own, he keeps his past hidden from all. Hidden until ... more
  • Hidden in the Early Light

    by Tecla Emerson
    Katy was 16 when the hard times came. Her father disappeared in the night and her mother left her with a tiny baby sister. She was suddenly thrust into the role of caretaker. It was a responsibility she didn’t want. The farming life was not for her and now she had to find a way to survive and to keep her younger brothers from starving. How could she ever be free of a life she hadn’t chosen? It was the 1850s and thousands were dying from the great potato famine, one of history’s most dreadful... more
  • Mists of the Blue Ridge

    by Tecla Emerson
    Olivia lived a quiet and protected life tucked away on a farm in the Blue Ridge Mountains. It was far from the great war that had been raging between the North and the South. She had little interest in the who and the why of it all, and wasn’t even sure where her sympathies lay. Then, without warning, the conflict surrounded her. At 16, she was ill prepared for the responsibilities that were thrust on her. This is her story. It’s a tale that tells of courage, determination and survival during ... more

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