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  • Stubborn Debra Sue

    by Jeffery Tracey Sr
    Inspirational story based on true story about a little girl who never gave up after being afflicted with polio. It tells about her struggles to overcome the many obstacles she faced due to her handicap. It tells how she was bullied and treated as an outcast by her grandmother. It tells of her love and affection she has for all stray animals. It tells about her friendships and the pain and agony she felt when her best friend betrayed her. She would get knocked down, but she refused to stay down. ... more
  • Britfield and the Lost Crown

    by C.R. Stewart
    Tom has spent most of his life locked behind the cruel walls of Weatherly Orphanage, but when he learns that his parents might be alive, Tom knows he must do what he can to find them. He can’t leave Weatherly without his best friend Sarah, so armed with a single clue to his past, the word BRITFIELD, the two make a daring escape by commandeering a hot air balloon. Now they’re on the run from a famous Scotland Yard detective and what looks like half the police officers in England. Tom and Sarah’s ... more
  • Across the Great Divide: The Clouds of War, Book 1

    by Michael Ross
    Lexington, Kentucky, 1859. After saving John Hunt Morgan from a puma attack, fifteen-year-old farm boy Will Crump joins Hunt’s militia, the Lexington Rifles. Morgan mentors Will and enrolls him in the local university, where he hopes to study law. As tensions rise between the North and South, Will is torn between his loyalty to Morgan and his love for his family. Will’s father, sisters, and sweetheart follow the Union, while Morgan and Will commit to the South. As part of Morgan’s band, Will par... more
  • Ernie the Eraser

    by Ashlyn Parker
    Ernie the Eraser has no friends. The pencils think he rubs in their mistakes, when he really works hard to rub them away! His quest for friendship takes a toll after he's bounced off the desk by his angry student. But this turns into one mistake he'll never erase.
  • Yara's Tawari Tree (Yara's Rainforest)

    by CHICK LIT CAFE - TARGETED AUTHOR SERVICES
    Yara lives with her Mama in the lush Amazon jungle. She wants to rescue her beloved but increasingly besieged rainforest home. When Yara falls gravely ill, the forest returns the love and saves Yara's life. "A story with a good ecological message and vibrant paintings..." - Kirkus Reviews Written in rhyme and featuring gorgeous watercolor illustrations by Joanna Pasek, this is the first volume in a new series showing children how all living things on our beautiful planet depend on one anot... more
  • Boobie's Scary Halloween

    by Kam Draper
    Join Boobie and her sisters in, Boobie’s Scary Halloween. This is the first story in our children's book series, which will not only be fun for kids but enjoyable for adults to read as well. A collaboration of colorful illustrations and descriptive writing will set the scene for the audience to ride along. Come see if Boobie is brave enough to face her Halloween fears!
  • Howdy Joey!

    by Charlene Pulsonetti
    Joey is a puppy who dreams of becoming a sheriff in his old west town. With the guidance of a friend, he learns empathy, responsibility and the importance of community service. Howdy Joey! is an exciting, full color 32 page adventure book that young readers - and adults - will love!
  • Albert's Cookie

    by Kelly Airhart
    Albert baked a cookie. Albert's cookie is a quirky cookie. Albert's cookie can fly! Find out what happens when Albert decides to play with his food, and takes it on a high flying adventure to outer space.
  • Hill of the Bear

    by James P. Barber

    Fourteen-year-old Clay Beckley comes of age in the Great American West in the 1890s. He joins an expedition to the San Francisco Peaks of Arizona beginning an adventure that battles nature, disease, and man himself.

    While this is a great read for middle and high school students, the adult audience will also enjoy the story.

  • Brandon Goes to Beijing (Bĕijīng北京)

    by Eugenia Chu
    Brandon and his cousins are on a trip to visit their grandparents in Beijing, China! While bonding with family, practicing Chinese, touring historic sites and feasting on local dishes, Brandon thinks he sees a tiny panda. However, every time he gets close, the panda disappears! Is Brandon imagining this small creature, or is it real? Will Brandon find out before he has to fly back home? This multicultural, multigenerational chapter book includes some Mandarin Chinese (Simplified) with Pinyin pro... more
  • 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

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