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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Simple Things

    by JD Holiday
    In Simple Things the Cameron children worried they will not get the toys they asked for this Christmas because their mother is a last minute shopper. The uncle Trisha Frankel lived with most of her life has died. The only option she has is to find the father she does not know. Trisha takes her dog, Mitch to search out her father. Along the way, her dog is stolen. The most likely suspect in the dog’s disappearance is a man connected to the Cameron children Phoebe, Tucker, and Kirby. Phoebe, Kirby... more
  • Nana Doesn't Know Me

    by Donna M. Dube
    What is a girl to do when all her plans for a perfect summer are changed overnight? Why does everyone around her exhibit such confusing behavior? My Name is Cally is a story about a girl, her parents, and her grandmother who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. It’s about a child’s upheaval, fear and confusion, and ultimately how the family comes together to care for their loved one with kindness, love, and dignity. Tenderly told from the first-person perspective of a child, by an experienced Alzhe... more
  • accounting consultancy dubai

    by Andrew Andrews
    Accounting consultancies are the specialists for doing the bookkeeping undertakings. The bookkeeping consultancies have many experience bookkeepers. They will play out every one of the errands identified with representing their customers. The bookkeeping consultancy dubai will give their administrations to people and business associations. The bookkeeping consultancies will give diverse mechanical help to their customers. They bookkeepers will examine the info information for their customers. Th... more
  • Levels

    by T. L. Scott
    When you board an elevator you do so as an act of faith. You have faith that when the doors open you will be when you intended to be. For Jake that is not always the case. He is with his dad in Wentley's department store. They, as well as their fellow passengers, find themselves in a place that is not the same when the elevator doors open. Jake has to find control of his new power and team up with his fellow travelers. He has to stay alive long enough to find his way back to his mother. In this... more
  • Home on the Rocking R Ranch

    by Connie Perez
    Join Rusty, Rosie and Raspberry on their ranch adventures! Grab your boots and spurs and don t forget your cowboy hat, as Connie Perez gives young readers a glimpse of ranch life through colorful illustrations and western adventures. This children s picture book introduces the day-to-day activities of life over the course of a year on a working cattle ranch in northeastern New Mexico, from the birth of calves to their transport to market.
  • i am Elephant, i am Butterfly

    by Leslie Tall Manning
    When sixteen-year-old Simone Wheeler is accepted into the elite Camp Kamama--a place of self-discovery for the morbidly obese--she instantly despises the food rations, obstacle course, and powwows, where each girl must stand in front of her peers to expose her darkest secrets. But the Appalachian Mountains are shrouded in mystery, and Camp Kamama's rules will soon be the least of Simone's worries. While meditating beneath an old tree in the woods, Simone unearths a secret diary belonging to a be... more
  • The Great Wall Bernard Sees

    by Connie Du
    “The Great Wall is like an ancient dragon, winding gracefully across the high mountain ridges. The beautiful dragon is so powerful and so long that the little boy can’t see the beginning or the end of it. He stands so tall and high above the world, feeling the amazing dragon flying beneath his feet. The wind blows and gently touches his face, sending him warm greetings from the ancient time…” As a symbol of China, the Great Wall has stood for more than two thousand years to protect the ancien... more
  • My Heart Song

    by Sister Solana D’cunha

    Life on Windy Mountain is predictable and ordinary, until an unusual squirrel

     dazzles his way through  and surprises it’s many furry creatures along the way. 
     

  • Lake Isle

    by Tobi Little Deer
    Lake Isle offers a refreshing look at ordinary people in common life situations, as told from the viewpoint of a dog. Lake Isle is Tobi Little Deer’s stand-alone sequel to his New York City adventure, Little Tramp. The author’s pen name is taken from his little dog, but in life as in those stories his name is Ted, a translator of books from French to English while teaching both languages in Paris and New York, and the former owner of a celebrated designer women’s clothing company for a decad... more
  • Africa Meets India

    by Anita Sax
    When Africa and India meet for the first time, something different about their appearance puzzles the two elephants. A wise giraffe they soon encounter just might know the reason why.
  • The Magical Balloons

    by Anita Sax
    One fine day at the park, a little boy meets an old man with magical white balloons. Are they really magical? the boy asks. The colorful answer will surprise you! In a fun and imaginative style, The Magical Balloons takes the reader on an unforgettable journey through the rainbow, and teaches children to appreciate the magic to be found when sun and rain meet.
  • The Little Unicorn

    by Sheri Fink
    The Little Unicorn lives in an enchanted forest powered by the magic of her inner sparkle. When she begins to doubt herself, the magic within her and her surroundings begins to disappear. She sets off on a journey to save the forest by rediscovering her sparkle, only to find it in the place she least expects. This heartwarming story helps kids realize that we all have an inner sparkle, and we all can create magic when we believe in ourselves.
  • Doggy Claus/Perro Noel

    by Derek Taylor Kent
    A classic Christmas story about Santa Claus's adopted puppy named Jingle, who is not happy to learn that Santa only delivers presents to boys and girls, but not dogs, on Christmas. So, he takes off on Santa's sleigh in hopes of delivering a present to every dog, only to learn there's something that dogs want on Christmas even more than presents.
  • Chain Links: We're Better Together

    by John W. Nassivera
    Eleven-year-old Tom has been dreaming of taking first place in the bike contest on Sandy Hill Day for months. Winning the grand prize would be the answer to his problem. With the help of his friends and several unexpected allies, Tom’s bike is ready to go. But when Tom’s friends make a split-second decision that could nullify their qualifications for entering the contest, his dream begins to grow into a nightmare. His mother’s voice pops into his head, “It’s not what you have that makes you r... more
  • The Bling Bling Bird

    by LINDA M. GENTRY

    "The Bling Bling Bird" is a children's rhyming picture book that tells the story of a little bird who desires to be uniquely decorated, differently from the other birds. She finds a shiny necklace and proceeds to adorn her entire body with the jewels until she's "blinged" out from her beak to her feet. She eventually learns a valuable lesson about going overboard with the bling and realizes that just a little will do just fine.

  • The Adventures of Kameron

    by Sabrina Nixon
    Kameron is very special because he is Autistic. While Kameron's autism makes him different sometimes, he is also just like you. Kameron runs, plays, and even has a dog! He gets excited sometimes, and loves playing with his dog after school. Would you like to be Kameron's friend? We do!

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