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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Bones: Funny Early Reader about Patience and Perseverance

    by Jolie Canoli
    Perseverance is demonstrated in this early reader about a lovable dog. Buddy Bones is a dog with a key to a treasure box. The inevitable strikes- he loses his key. Determined, Buddy must spy for his key until he finds it. He digs and finds... a bone. He continues digging, swimming, visiting islands, sailing a pirate ship, climbing every mountain, and searching the farthest reaches of the earth, finding many more bones. Buddy never gives up, and finally finds his key. Buddy ends his treasure hunt... more
  • Chasing Eveline

    by Leslie Hauser
    Ivy Higgins embarks on a quest to reunite 80s band Chasing Eveline in order to save the only remaining connection to her mother, but it may lead to an encore Ivy's not expecting.
  • The Brilliance of Fireflies

    by Leslie Hauser
    In order to make sense of the devastating loss of her mom, dad and brother to a terror attack, Emma Loukas sets out to achieve each of their dreams, and in the process she just may learn how to be the survivor that everyone says she is.
  • Once Upon a Unicorn: An illustrated children's book

    by Isla Wynter
    Blaze the unicorn is born without a horn - will he be able to get it back? Or is he maybe not a unicorn at all? A children's book with thirteen whimsical drawings.
  • The Little Llama Meets a Unicorn: An illustrated children's book (The Little Llama's Adventures 1)

    by Isla Wynter
    Lila the litle llama has always wanted to meet a unicorn. But where to find one? She follows the rainbow until she meets a very strange unicorn... not at all like what she imagined. An illustrated children's book.
  • Burlap Boy and the Birthday Gift

    by Steve Stylisnou
    Set in a world where nature and objects come to life in the strangest ways, the story of Burlap Boy is one that will capture the hearts of children and teach them the importance and value of friendship. Journey with Burlap Boy as he overcomes many obstacles on his path to what he thinks is the perfect gift. The ability of Burlap Boy to pick himself up and keep going when the odds are against him will teach children that perseverance is key and not to give up easily.
  • The Miss Adventures of Zeezee: Volume 1-To Judge a Dragon

    by Chris Cadle
    ZeeZee and her brother Juice go on a dream adventure to face a dragon, but not all is as it seems. The book is in ryhme and is perfect for family reading time! There is a lesson to be learned for not just ZeeZee, but the reader as well!
  • The Dragon Wagon

    by A.B. Writings
    The Dragon Wagon is a humorous, fully illustrated book that promotes children’s social skills through its endearing male and female characters’ attempts to play with an over-sized dragon sitting in an under-sized broken wagon. Using their individual strengths, each character tries to solve the problem of how to best pull the wagon. In the end, they all agree on a great solution as they learn to accept dragons as they are and not to judge them based on appearances! Both boys and girls can identif... more
  • Mercy

    by Mary Dalton
    Mercy a homely dog longs to go to her forever home. While living in a shelter she stays to herself. The owner tries to encourage Mercy to no avail. Today is Aidan's eighth birthday. The only thing he wants for his birthday is a dog to love. Being born blind his father would prefer he have a certified guide dog. Aidan pats each dog but none feel right until he meets trimbling Mercy. "I have found my dog," he exclaims! Follow Mercy and Aidan on their adventure that proves love truly is blind!... more
  • I'm Not Tired, No Not Me

    by donna black
    Little Emma loves her stuffies but when they are tired and ready for bed, Emma doesn't think she wants to join them.
  • DIY High

    by Amanda L. Webster
    When Gabby’s single mother loses her job because of her addiction to prescription pain medication. Gabby must step up to pay the bills and look after her younger siblings. Her mom won’t let her drop out of school to work at the truckstop full-time, but she does finally allow her to become a homeschool student. Before Gabby knows it, she is running her own Do-It-Yourself high school, DIY High.
  • Finding Tate

    by Ann Anthony
    In this heartwarming middle grade novel, summer is here, and Taylor and her best friend, Carey, have planned “makeover” missions. Each girl has chosen one thing in her life she wants, no needs, to change before seventh grade begins in their new junior high. Taylor wants to change her name, a relic from an ancient relative revered by her father. But when Taylor’s long-lost Aunt Julie appears out of the blue with her 15-year-old daughter, Tate, everything changes. Taylor suddenly has more m... more
  • Goldilocks Private Eye

    by Greg Trine
    When her father dies, Goldilocks is left with nothing but her loyal cat Charlotte and a fledgling detective agency, which hasn’t turned a profit in years. Then again, her father wasn’t much of a detective…and even less of a businessman. Behind in the rent, with the landlady breathing down her neck and an over zealous orphanage director out to get her, Goldilocks knows that the only way to keep herself off the mean streets of Lick Skillet (and out of the orphanage) is to do what her father co... more
  • Little Jack Thomson's Magnificent Brain

    by Kelley Donner
    Jack Thomson, a gifted little boy who dreams of flying rockets to Neptune and building trains between planets, is unaware that he has a magnificent brain. He thinks he is stupid and slow because he can’t read and write like everyone else. After one awful day at school, Jack’s mother comforts him by telling him some inspiring stories of history’s greatest minds and how many of them overcame learning disabilities. As Jack listens, his spirits lift as he recognizes that someday he, too, can do som... more
  • Ball! Ball! Ball!

    by Kelley Donner
    Tom, a young autistic boy, is fascinated with all things round and enthusiastically points out any object he can find that looks like a ball. From peas to balloons, Tom learns that “balls” can be smooth, squishy, pop, and even have different temperatures. A delightfully uplifting sensory story, Ball! Ball! ball! shows that even love can come in the shape of a ball.
  • The Ballad of Uncle Morgan

    by Debra S Carlisle Smith
    Fasten your life jacket! Looking for adventure, Jesse, Annie, and their dogs, Zena & Joey take their boat up the beautiful Muskegon river. Suddenly, the boat bumps an underwater log. The dogs are launched from the boat into deep water. Frightened, they swim to shore, where they spook sleeping deer. Frantically, Zena and Joey chase after the deer, deep into the forest. Jesse and Annie are distraught. Lots of wild animals live in the forest. How will they find Zena and Joey before something... more