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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • When I Grow Up

    by Casey Bowers
    When I Grow Up is the fun children's book of cool careers that kids can really picture themselves in (literally)! What will they be when they grow up? Play with the possibilities and let them see for themselves with When I Grow Up. Through simple rhyme, playful illustration, and the picture window wheel, this children’s picture book gives kids a fun way to see themselves in lots of different careers using their own photos.
  • Hello, My Name is Bunny! London

    by Matt Bloom

    Foxes in peril! No problem. Bunny Simmons-Bloom to the rescue! Inspired by a real-life shelter cat, Hello, My Name is Bunny! London is the tale of a small kitty with a big heart who’s finally found her fur-ever home and is on a mission to pay forward her good fortune.

    In this second story in the Hello, My Name is Bunny! series, Bunny teams up with 10-year-old Lily Hayward, Rocky, the lazy tabby cat, and Goldy, the adorable and mischievous golden labrador puppy, on a daring adventure tha... more

  • Wonder Walk

    by ILHAM ALAM
    Join the curious little Johnny and his ever-patient Mommy as they go on a wonder walk of discovery in their neighborhood, in this funny and rhyming verse story.
  • The Adventures of Vince the Cat: Vince Discovers the Golden Triangle

    by Heidi Bryant
    This story takes you on a journey to one of the most incredible places in the world; India. A vast, beautiful, culturally diverse and ancient land. In this adventure Vince, Heidi and Jon visit some of the most famous and beautiful sites. They sample the local cuisine, meet endangered animals, experience an amazing and colourful Hindu festival and eventually they discover the Golden Triangle.
  • Grumbler

    by Arielle Haughee
    Grumbler lives alone in the dump and that's just the way he likes it. But when a stray tuna can accidentally brings Grumbler a new friend and this strange thing 'love,' he must get rid of the tingly, terrible, thing. As he travels through the forest trying to give love away, more and more seems to come back to him. How will he ever get rid of it? This book was inspired by Warren Buffett's quote, "Love is a strange thing. You try to give it away and you get more back." Grumbler is a story of h... more
  • Naughty in Pink

    by David Ian Groves
    From the day of her birth, Daisy Dikdocks has ‘Pinkitis’—a condition which spells out a life as Naughty in Pink. With her clever mind and expressive face, she is a challenge to all those in authority, including her mum, never quite disobeying but finding ways to create mayhem wherever she goes. Her special friends love her naughty attitude and her ability to think up funny pranks and clever tricks that she performs on their teachers. Her mischief at school and outside makes life exciting and fun... more
  • Pride, Prejudice, and Personal Statements

    by Mary Pagones

    "A fresh, (not-so) Clueless teen's-eye view of college admissions!" Rosewood South high school senior and Jane Austen superfan Elisa "Liss" Tennant just wants to study literature at a small liberal arts college. But as difficult as securing a marriage to a man with a large fortune may have been during the Regency, the college admissions marketplace of the twenty-first century may prove to be even more perilous to navigate... Warning: Some mild sexual references and sal... more

  • Sassie's New Home

    by Erin Albright

    Sassie's New Home helps children cope with the death of a dog. Lanie's beloved dog Sassie dies. Lanie's mom explains what Heaven is like for dogs and Lanie learns about holding onto the memories of all of the good times that she spent with Sassie. She also learns about Sassie's important new job in Heaven.  

  • The Creepy-Crawly Thought

    by Alison Hughes

    When creepy thoughts slither in and refuse to leave, what can an anxious child do? THE CREEPY-CRAWLY THOUGHT answers with a wild, rollicking list of strategies to help chase bad thoughts away. Humor and rhyme tag-team with bold, fun illustration, empowering children to take charge and tackle their fears. This timely story provides a gentle, humorous opening for talking with children about fears, anxiety, wellness and resilience.

  • Furry - The Story of the Abominable Snow Girl

    by Alexis Lorraine
    In a time when Kings and Queens ruled the world, there lived a family deep within the caves of Matterhorn Mountain. This was no ordinary family; they were a family of Abominable Snow Creatures. Furry tells the tale of Princess Rosabell and Franco, the true heirs to the throne of the Kingdom of Zermatt. Their daughter Nora befriends a cowardly prince and must unite all the animal kingdoms to save her parents from the evil Wizard Loborio and restore harmony to the Kingdom of... more
  • An Inner City Christmas Tale/ Dropkicked by Love. The continuing saga of Desmond, Ron, and That Kid Harry.

    by Paul Madison
    Five young teens from the city of Philadelphia go through life having fun and embracing that forgotten practice of total innocence. Education and respect is what fuels their outlook. Any peer pressure comes from within the group. They demand the best from each other. They fill the day with laughter and the ability to stay ahead of the things that blur the lines between right and wrong. Desmond, Ron, Marsha, Stephanie, and Harry are you and I at our best and you will find yourself embracing them ... more
  • Snapped

    by Jacci Turner
    Ari Wren has a great life: Two best friends and a family she loves. Cade Waters is by far the most popular guy at Sierra High School. Why then has he suddenly noticed Ari, a freshman nobody? Her friends are surprised by his attention and more than a little jealous. As Ari finds herself falling for Cade, his requests become more intimate and personal. Ari feels confused and unsure about what to do. Follow Ari as she navigates budding romance, tough decisions, betrayal, and a trip to an island in ... more
  • A Vulture Came to Town

    by Bdice
    When Vulture arrives in town, the feathers start flying... and not just because he's molting. The other animals think he's weird. He thinks they're even weirder. Claws are unfurled. Teeth are bared. Then their anger at Vulture turns toward each other. Suddenly everyone is mad that Wolf eats meat, Donkey is loud, and that Duck makes a muck. If only a brave voice in the crowd could turn this zoo back into a village and help them to see the beauty in being different.
  • The Summer Between

    by Amanda Linton

    Naïve, seventeen year old CLEO PORTER lives in a small town in Mississippi in 2004. She attends a private Baptist high school and is a member of a mega-church, even though she’s not entirely sure she believes what’s being preached. She takes a Polaroid camera with her everywhere she goes. Cleo’s mother FAYNE is emotionally abusive toward her daughter, and even slaps her once in the heat of an argument. Cleo can never seem to please Fayne, a point that shapes Cleo’... more

  • Leah is Seen

    by Claudette Esmerelda

    "Leah Is Seen" is about a little girl who is unsure of herself. Did someone tell Leah that she is not smart or talented or did she imagine this all on her own? No matter how Leah came to this conclusion, it is real to her now, and that's why this book was written; to dispel all untruths that not only Leah but all children are smart, talented and purely unique. Each child born is a gift to the world because their contribution to humanity is priceless. Every child needs to know th... more

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