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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Vann the Artist Paints A Necklace

    by Becky Palmer
    An adorable children's book about a child artist who makes a necklace for her friend. An educational, rhyming story line keeps the book fun and engaging!
  • Rolling Home

    by Austin Charters

    When Tucker Frost ventures out into the wilderness on a hunting expedition with his Grandpa Angus and his older brother Jordan, the main things on his mind are socializing and graduating from high school.

    But when Grandpa Angus accidentally drops his gun, releasing a bullet into Tucker's neck, Tucker's whole world tumbles into upheaval.

    When he wakes, he receives the overwhelming news: his spinal cord has been severed. He'll never walk again. He maintains the use of hi... more

  • Capa de Colores: Spanish with English Pronunciation Guide

    by Karl Beckstrand
    (Colors, careers – Spanish) “Ésta es una capa de colores mágica.” Un libro sobre careras, culturas, y colores. Este libro para niños de 3 a 7 años contiene actividades de búsqueda, superhéroes hispanos y africanos, y vívidas imágenes para ayudar con la comprensión del vocabulario. ¡A ponerse los disfraces! 100 palabras escrito por Karl Beckstrand, ilustrado por John Collado. “Perfecto para niños de Pre-escolar y fácil lectura para primaria.…excelente para los profesores”. – Maritza Mejia, autora... more
  • Curtis: The Crab Who Wished He Were a Fish

    by Susan Chad
    Curtis is a young crab who so envies the beautiful way his fish friends could swim, he wished he could do the same. But no matter how hard he tried, his heavy crab shell just wouldn't let him. Then one day he saves one of his fish friends from danger because of his hard crab shell and it makes him very glad to be a crab!
  • One Century Friendship

    by Little Bean Seeds
    The story is about 4 children, Helen, Mark, Yasmin, and Shelly, go to a summer camp and meet a boy who lives more than one century. It seems the children join the summer camp coincidently, but what if the meeting is designated to happen. A wooden brass box is a key to answer what will happen to the 4 children.
  • To Pieces

    by Kati Rocky
    Jane (aka Plain Jane) has always known she was different inside, and not in a good way. This has driven her to her construct her life as a solid B, for average, person and to carefully follow the rules of her high school hierarchy. But, when she undergoes her first bipolar episode and becomes acutely manic, she thumbs her nose at that hierarchy and begins a campaign to revolutionize her high school and rise up against its stifling social norms – and shake up the school she does. She becomes the ... more
  • The Girl With the Journal

    by Tenika Jennings
    I Learned valuable lessons from Depression. That God is Healer and Lesson teacher in a lot of those situations. I learned that life is about learning from mistakes no matter how many times you fall and this book reflects the positivity that came from all that.
  • Lost Lake a Jippsy Russ Adventure

    by Brian Wolfe
    "We interrupt this program for a special news bulletin." Jippsy and his mom stopped what they were doing to listen to the report. " The notorious gangster Dutch Shultz, and his associate Otto Berman, escaped the custody of Federal agents in upstate New York while en route to their hearing for tax evasion." They are said to be armed and dangerous and were last seen headed toward the Canadian border in a black 1931 Lincoln K. Local authorities request that you contact them immediately should you h... more
  • The Slithering Mist

    by Suzanne Werkema
    The curlicue forest is wrecked. Can the tumblers who live there survive? Will their cubby protect them? Will Jot and Yittle ever skimper and rimble again? The Slithering Mist is a make-believe tale of disaster and recovery. In real life, children hear about fires, tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, floods. Some kids even experience them. Children ages 4 to 8 who are caught by calamities—or afraid of the possibility—will find this story and its fanciful illustrations (by... more
  • Musical Memories

    by Linda A. Gerdner
    Gabrielle loves ballet. When her grandmother presents her with tickets to Cinderella, she can hardly wait. But outside the theater after the magical performance, Gabrielle is frightened and confused by Grandmother’s strange behavior. Gabrielle’s mother explains that Grandmother has Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease sometimes makes Grandmother forgetful, anxious, and agitated, but Gabrielle soon discovers that through music, she and Grandmother can share memories and make new ones. One... more
  • The Frog's Golden Water

    by Adam Altman
    Introducing Skippy the frog & friends Skippy has enjoyed swimming in the pond’s golden water his entire life. But now the golden sparkle has disappeared, so Skippy and his friends must find out what happened and return the pond to its former splendor. Come join Skippy on his adventure of discovery in this charming story.
  • Tripi Visits France: The Amazing Adventures of Tripi The Fly

    by Lori London

    This is an ingenious tale about a fly who can't fly, but who longs for adventure! In this second edition of the series, Tripi arrives in Paris; and is ready to explore all things Parisian! He visits the sites and has quite the daydream aboard a boat on the river Seine. After seeing the Eiffel Tower, he imagines himself in the time when the tower was built. It was for the Paris World's Fair of 1889! Travel with Tripi as he meets inventor Nikola Tesla, composer Claude Debussy, frontiers... more

  • Pap Pap Goes to Paris: And so does Ricky

    by Janie Watts
    Ricky, a five-year-old boy, Ricky, wants to travel to Paris with his grandfather, Pap Pap, so they can climb the Eiffel Tower together. After convincing Ricky's parents, Ricky and Pap Pap fly to Paris and experience everything from cobblestones to croissants. Cruising down the Seine, Ricky finally sees the gigantic tower up close and wonders how he will make it up the almost 700 stairs. With encouragement from his grandfather, Ricky tackles the stairs and learns the importance of teamwork and p... more
  • The Accidentals

    by Sarina Bowen
    Never ask a question unless you're sure you want the truth. Seventeen-year-old a cappella singer Rachel meets her rock star father for the first time after tragedy strikes. Can they become a family, or is seventeen years too long to wait? And can Rachel get past long-standing issues to embrace the blue-eyed classmate who loves her?
  • Into the Redwoods: A Knookerdoodle Adventure

    by Laura Henderson
    Into the Redwoods - A Knookerdoodle Adventure is set deep in the redwood forests of California, where small creatures live among the tall trees jumping to and fro and falling into adventure. Knookerdoodles are sure to inspire the imagination of the young and old alike. Laura Henderson's first book is a beautiful tale of friendship and courage, sure to become a classic.
  • Tippy Toes Hot

    by Ginger Dakin

    Time is on the run, and an ominous cloud of smog is tormenting the inhabitants in the state of Calamity. Global Warming is stealing the laughs of the hyenas, frying the tongues of the anteaters, and forcing the bears to shed their winter coats and walk around in undies. Will Joe Publik and his Eco Watch Dogs be able to arrest him? Can Mother Earth and her inhabitants recover from the misery he’s created? Find out as Mac the Rac reports in Tippy Toes Hot.

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