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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Winter Melon Story

    by Naomi Lau
    Two friends Sammy and Davey spend the summer days with Sammy’s grandma, Poh Poh in Minnesota. They visit Poh Poh’s garden every day, eager to pick the winter melon and help Poh Poh make her special winter melon soup. When the melon is nearly ripe for harvest, Sammy decides to follow her own plan, where both children discover one of Poh Poh’s most important ingredients for winter melon soup.
  • Moonshadow Mae

    by Rosie Russell
    Mae is a happy girl and loves many things. One thing she adores the most is the moon. She is in awe of the glowing shine and the shadows left behind. Come along and enjoy this rhyming tale as Mae explores the wonders of the atmosphere above. Enclosed are fun facts, a special craft, and a yummy recipe in the back of this book.
  • Gnomes of the Cheese Forest and Other Poems

    by Ken Priebe
    Gnomes of the Cheese Forest and Other Poems is a collection of funny, dark, and whimsical poems and drawings by author/illustrator Ken Priebe. Open this book and embark on a journey where strange creatures lurk in every corner, and where fantasy and reality become a blur of weirdness and wonder.
  • Chaos Theory As Applied to Love, Baseball, and the Rest of the Universe

    by Mark Herder
    Chaos theory suggests that the flapping of a butterfly’s wings in China can produce a tornado on the other side of the world. If that is true, how could the effects of first love be any less devastating? Chaos Theory as Applied to Love, Baseball, and the Rest of the Universe examines life's most elemental forces: love, death, religion, and, of course, baseball. Raised in a family of eccentric losers, George Seibenmann has only one ambition: to pitch for his high school baseball team. Ruth... more
  • The Magic Fifteen

    by Udo Topka
    Orphaned as a teen when his parents are involved in a fatal accident, Eric Robertson is sent from the big city to a small Karoo town to live with his grandmother. Struggling to adapt and victimized by the school bully, Eric escapes to the sanctuary of the unused cellar under the old farmhouse, where he stumbles across a magical set of golf clubs that seemingly possess the ability to communicate with him. Under the expert guidance and tutelage of the clubs, each previously owned by a golfing le... more
  • Murphy's Miracle - One Dog's Wild Journey

    by Julie Samrick
    Murphy Braun is a five-year-old golden retriever who loves her family, and loves doing everything with them. This includes going on camping trips in the beautiful ElDorado National Forest. But one camping trip didn't go as planned. Murphy was lost in the forest; no matter how hard her family searched, they couldn't find her. She spent many months alone in the wilderness, fighting to survive. Will her family ever find her?
  • 78-8409017348

    by Hollie Anne Marsh
    A Tale of Sweetbriars Welcome to the yard! Come and meet the girls... Cate, Tabby and Violet and their beautiful horses. Leaving The City is the first book in the new Sweetbriars Equestrian book series, which is receiving wonderful reviews. It's a great book for young readers and readers that love animals and horses. About Leaving The City Will Cate ever settle into living in the countryside? Cate is uprooted from life as she has known it. Along with her family and her gorgeous palom... more
  • Tortoise finds a best friend

    by Simons Acquah
    Tortoise has two birds and a butterfly in his life. Which one will he choose to be his best friend and why? You are invited to join him in a delightful adventure to find a best friend. This is a beautiful Folktale for children to help kids understand healthy friendships.
  • The Speeding Tortoise

    by Simons Acquah

    This is the first of "The Tortoise adventure series"

    A cute story about a tortoise who hated being slow and finally got his wish granted to be the fastest animal. We all join in this amazing journey to self-love and self-appreciation.

  • Hammy's New Home

    by Melanie Lopata
    Hammy is a young pig who lives on a farm and loves to have fun and get into mischief. Find out what kind of mischief Hammy gets into in "Hammy's New Home"!
  • Cordelia and the Whale

    by Michelle Nelson-Schmidt

     

    Cordelia is an 11-year-old girl and a bit of a loner. She finds comfort in facts, knowledge, and consistency. She prefers her world not to change.

    Things do change however, when Cordelia meets a magical blue whale named Beatrice. Nothing is ever the same for Cordelia as she befriends the ancient whale and finds out secrets of the universe from Beatrice that she must learn and master.

    Cordelia and the Whale is a timeless story filled with magical realism ... more

  • Hopper's Numbers

    by Natashia Carter
    Follow a young girl who hates math as Rear Admiral Grace Hopper takes her on a time travelling journey through her past. Hopper shows the girl, Sally, how she was always curious and fascinated by numbers. She teaches Sally that the math she hates so deeply is actually the heart and soul of all the technology she loves to use everyday and that without it the world would be very different.
  • Sky-bound Misfit

    by Jane Powell

    Frankie’s life began in an Irish pub in Montreal’s French east end. As she listened to her dad’s band jam to the beats of life, the most unfortunate of coincidences happened that changed her life forever.

    Being a girl in the 80s isn’t easy. Frankie soon comes to see it as an impromptu jam session filled with unexpected beats. The beats she experiences in high school are filled with laughter, tears, love, anger and hope. Dealing with bullies becomes a daily nightm... more

  • Monsters For Tea

    by Nancy Terrell
    A bedtime party like no other... After suffering a terrible nightmare, Luna awakes frightened by the thought of monsters. What follows is a grand tea party at midnight where Luna learns her monster guests are not scary at all but offer courage, comfort and laughter to put her at ease and make sweet dreams come true. The rhythmic text is charming to read aloud and enjoyed by children and grown-ups alike.
  • You Gotta Have Heart

    by Bruce Bernstein
    Orphaned at a young age, all Alan Michaels wants is a place to belong. But the independent, street–smart kid, who lacks self-confidence, has no clue how to deal with disappointment – or a formidable bully who won’t back down. And New York City is a tough town to grow up in if you are a kid who doesn’t have much. But when he starts training at Sensei Hideki’s School of Karate, he hopes his life will change forever.\t \tDetermined to prove he’s got what it takes to become a true warrior, he pushe... more
  • Tips to Choose a School that Fits you Perfectly

    by Elanora Brown
    Thinking about enrolling in a good school to give you some leverage on the competitive world is a very enviable mindset. It’s great that you’re putting a lot of time and effort into choosing a school that would be the best avenue for you to showcase and develop your knowledge and skills. So, you’ve already have quite a few in mind. That’s great. But now, you are having a hard time deciding which one would truly be the best choice. Well, don’t fret. We’ve made a list to help you out on one of the... more

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