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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Kingdom Without Rhyme

    by Maurice M Hebert
    As an overreaction to a strange curse, King Vyrnan places the language of his kingdom in exile. A whimsical text with delightful illustrations involves the reader in an attempt to rescue the language of the kingdom. Find the hidden words that complete the verse and take a look through the newly invented ''Rhymeoccular.'' Be sure to read this one out loud to your children they will truly enjoy it!
  • Avi and Jackson Best Friends

    by Rosie Russell
    Avi and Jackson are best friends! Join in all the fun on what they like to do. Can you find the special item that they love to play with the most?
  • Sherman the Shopping Cart: A Search and Find

    by Rosie Russell
    Meet Sherman the Shopping Cart! Join him as he guides you on this journey of his life as a shopping cart. Have fun searching for over a hundred items. He has picture finds for non-readers and word finds for readers. Enjoy the fun activities in the back of this book.
  • A Search and Find of Every Kind with Jake and His Dog Named Cain

    by Rosie Russell
    Enjoy looking for over a hundred items in this search and find about Jake and his dog named Cain. Picture finds for non-readers, word finds for readers. Continue the fun at home with extra search and find ideas that are included at the end of this book. A portion of the profits from this book, will be donated to animals in need.
  • Maggie, Millie, and Merrie's Magical Coins

    by Rosie Russell
    This is book two from "Maggie, Millie, and Merrie's Magical Adventure." The triplets enjoy a fun visit with Grandmother when she returns from Florida. As they are helping her go through the attic, they find a wooden box. Inside, there are three bright shiny coins. Grandmother tells them they are magical. What do the magical coins hold? Readers will enjoy many fun activities as this story unfolds .A dollar of each book sold will go to students in need of art supplies.
  • Maggie, Millie, and Merrie's Magical Coins

    by Rosie Russell
    The triplets were more than excited to move in the very same home that their mother had grown up in on Whimsical Avenue. Come along and join Maggie, Millie, and Merrie's Magical Adventure! Enjoy the fun project included at the end of the book! A portion of the profits from this book will be donated to students in need of art supplies.
  • Beasley and Friends to the Rescue

    by Rosie Russell
    Beasley loves living in the country! He spends his days chasing butterflies, digging for treasures, and playing hide and seek with his bunny friend. Just as he settles in for his afternoon nap, his friend Lola Duck comes squawking from down the road. She says there's a terrible racket going on over at Farmer Bill's Barn. Beasley and Lola Duck gather their friends and off they go to solve the problem. What will Beasley, Lola Duck and their friends find when they get there? Come along and follow t... more
  • Beasley's Journey

    by Rosie Russell
    Beasley goes on an unexpected journey. He meets many friends along the way. Will he make it to his destination? Come along to find out!! (One dollar of each book sold, goes to animals in need.)
  • I've Got This!

    by Melisa Torres
    Trista Thompson has just moved to Snowcap Canyon, Utah, where she enrolls in gymnastics for the first time. As an accomplished tumbler, Trista believes learning the other three events and becoming a competitive gymnast will be easy. Trista quickly learns that gymnastics requires hard work and believing in herself. Despite that, she decides she wants to make the Level 3 team. On her determined journey Trista meets friends who help her learn about the sport and share her passion for gymnastics. Wi... more
  • The Boy Who Rode the Tiger: Adventures in India

    by Ginger Heller
    Thirteen-year-old Marco witnesses a robbery and then the robber’s fall onto the train tracks. He comes to the rescue only to learn, from his wise Auntie M., of the proverb: If you save a life, you are responsible for that life. “How can that be?” he asks himself. “I’m only a kid.” Thus the adventure unfolds as Marco, an American boy, becomes involved with his Internet pen pals in India. Along with his Indian friend, Sanjay, they solve a series of crimes, including a kidnapping and jewel thie... more
  • Lara's Story

    by Diane Merrill Wigginton
    Shattered by heartbreak... “When a heart breaks, it does not break evenly, cleaving in half exactly down the middle.” Surrounded by her large, boisterous family in 1840s Ireland, Lara Flannigan has never known anything but love and belonging—until the day tragedy strikes, leaving her abandoned and forced into indentured servitude. Remade in a new world. Just when all hope seems lost, Lara is discovered by a childless American couple, visiting Ireland to aid in the famine-relief effo... more
  • The Gingerbread Man 2: What Happened Later?

    by Stephen Dixon
    The Gingerbread Man 2 is a fun, rhyming sequel to the traditional folk tale, in a wonderfully illustrated and kind-hearted follow-up to the dramatic ending of the original story. This story follows the fox on his journey back to the bakery with his newfound desire to bake. Find out what happens when he makes an oven full of little Gingerbread Men, and whether a happier ending is in store! The sequel to the Gingerbread Man started when the Author’s 3-year-old son simply asked what happened ... more
  • A Christmas Friend

    by William Turner
    Mikea lived in the desolate North Lands. She had no friends so she wrote a letter to Santa Claus in which she asked him not to bring her any gifts but to bring her a little girl to play with for one evening. Sydney Hayes had befriended Santa the year before. so he asked her to accompany him to visit Mikea. Sitting beside Santa in his sleigh, while they drifted through the star lit sky was a "magical journey." When they arrived at Mikea's house, her family were shocked to see their visitors. The ... more
  • The Adventures of Bob and Babe

    by William Turner
    Bob is a fun-loving little goat. He was smaller and a different color than the other goats, so he was bullied and shunned. Bob escapes from the farm. However, he is clueless about the outside world, and his curiosity leads him to constant trouble. His life changes when he meets Babe, a wise, old wolf dog. Bob wants to find a family who will love and respect him, while Babe is searching for her lost owner. The story shifts to the Lopez family who want to escape from discrimination in rural Sout... more
  • Amazing Annabelle Martin Luther King Jr Day

    by Linda Taylor
    As the month of January begins, Mrs. Mitchell introduces her class to the great civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through discussions and media. Mrs. Phillips, the drama teacher created a short skit about a historic event during the Civil Rights Movement that involved Dr. King and Rosa Parks. As the students recreate the skit, it sparks a deeper conversation about the Civil Rights Movement, segregation and the different mindsets that existed during that period. This book provides yo... more
  • Amazing Annabelle December Holidays

    by Linda Taylor
    It's the month of December and Annabelle Copeland, along with her fellow Melville Elementary students, discover the importance of three major holiday celebrations: Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Christmas. During their individual class celebrations of each holiday, they highlight important points for discussion. This book teaches kids that it's important to appreciate the cultural significance of all holidays and have respect for them.

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