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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Hitchin' Post

    by Julie Barker
    Hitchin' Post the cowboy jackrabbit, lives on the 6B's Ranch. He loves his ranch and all of his cowboy friends, and though ranch life can sometimes be hard, he wouldn't trade a day on the 6B's for nothing! When the 6B's is faced with a devastating drought, Hitch learns that it's his home, friends and family that make him feel rich.
  • The Sex Decision

    by Ellen Piano
    What happens after Janine, 17, says "no" to Hal, a popular high school athlete? Why did Hal suddenly turn from a fun, respectful guy into a sexually-demanding male? Janine's decision about Hal's demands haunt her while as editor of her high school online newspaper she interviews pregnant teens. What the girls tell her leads to the shocking truth about Hal and his new demand of her. She finally learns why she cared so much for him and why he demanded sex from her. Can she dare risk romance ... more
  • Triplicity

    by J Mercer
    One week on an Alaskan cruise, three teens, and an endless trail of lies. Enter a series of thefts on board and they all fall under scrutiny. Though Navy acts a proper preacher’s daughter, she did end up with someone else’s purse in her hands, and Jesse knows way more than he should about what’s gone missing. Isaiah, however, is the one with motive—enough money and he could get back to his ranch. Each holds a piece of the truth, but exposing the thief could damn them all. They must navigate t... more
  • BABY BEE LOOK AND SEE

    by The Sparkler Princess
    Baby Bee is excited to take pictures at the zoo with his new camera. While on his adventure, he quickly discovers he's quite different than all the animals living there. Zebras have big stripes. He has little stripes. Lions have a big roar. He has a little buzz. Is there any animal at the zoo that is like Baby Bee? In the end Baby Bee discovers who he likes most of all.
  • BABY BEE PLAYS

    by The Sparkler Princess
    Baby Bee wants a friend to to play with. He travels all over the farm looking for someone to play with, but all the farm animals are way too busy! Sometimes finding a friend to play with takes a lot of heart and determination. Never give up on finding a friend. Baby Bee finally finds a friend to play with in the end, but he might have to wait to play another day.
  • Reindolphins - A Christmas Tale

    by Kevin J. Brougher
    The reindeer have fallen ill. An elf suggests trying other animals. Santa sends out a letter to the animals of the nations and gets a great response. Testing is not going too well until the elf says to try the dolphins. The dolphins save the day...uh...night!
  • Anything's Possible. Anything Goes! (Imagination)

    by The Sparkler Princess
    March along with these curious ant characters as they learn the magical power of their thoughts, words and actions. Every page turn brings a playful surprise that will spark the imagination of every child's mind and heart. Join Sparky, the read ant as he looks for clues to what friendly animal is on the next p[age: a flying pig, a tricky monkey, a smelly skunk and more!
  • Bffs (Best Friends Forever): The First in the Alex's Dreams Trilogy

    by Alexander Rutherford
    A novel of a romantically dramatic nature based on sequences of "coming of age" events in the lives of a group of teenagers dealing with general, social events beckoning all young people venturing into the varied and complicated stages of adulthood.
  • The Cryptid Carnival

    by Rosalie Bardo
    The Cryptid Carnival is an enchanting Children's Picture book about an adventurous boy with a curious spirit as he journeys through a carnival of mythical creatures. He is led throughout the carnival by a friendly guide, and kindly introduced to the monsters celebrating during the International Night of Cryptids. They are thinkers, creators, a magical sort! Within this delightful tale of exploration and friendship, has the young boy found the scary monsters he so eagerly sought? Appearance... more
  • This Is the Farm

    by Perrin Hendrick

    Welcome to the farm, a place that is much more than it appears! From a sea-faring goat to a space bound sheep, delight in the whimsical story of this very special farm and the wondrous animals that live there. From the mysterious to the absurd, join this quirky cast of characters on all of their fantastic adventures.

  • Skeeter and the Weasels

    by Aaron Shepard

    "There sure are a lot of weasels."
     
    Everywhere Skeeter looks, he sees weasels -- on the street, in his office, in the park. They sneak, and they slink, and they all wear gray trench coats and purple sunglasses. The problem is, no one else sees them!
     
    All that changes when Skeeter meets Special Agent Ratilda from Rodential, the rodent mutual aid society. Together, they set off to track down the weasels and put an end to their nefarious doings. ... more

  • My Summer (with Robots)

    by Marsh Myers
    Quinton Wyatt's summer break before high school should be nothing but wall-to-wall fun. Instead, his best friend has stopped talking to him; his fiendish older sister has filled his head with tales of a sadistic high school ritual called "The Freshman Stomp"; and his divorced father has started dating the city's most notorious barfly. Maybe a robot rabbit and a boy from his past can help salvage Quinton's vacation and launch him into the difficult — but often hilarious — world of young adulthood... more
  • Changing Ways

    by Julia Tannenbaum
    Growing up sucks. Struggling to cope with the constant stress of school, her mother, and her confusing social life, sixteen-year-old Grace Edwards finds sanity in the most destructive of ways: dieting and self-harming. But just when Grace thinks she has everything under control, a classmate catches her cutting in the girls’ locker room, and Grace’s entire life is flipped upside down. Now she’s faced with the unthinkable – a stint in a psych ward with kids who seem so much worse than she is. Afte... more
  • Alycat and the Friendship Friday

    by Alysson Foti Bourque
    It’s finally Friday, and Alycat is excited to go on a field trip with her friends. But when she doesn’t have anyone to sit with on the bus, Alycat feels left out. Can she use her creativity and imagination to help everyone feel included? Alycat and the Friendship Friday will teach readers that making new friends isn’t as scary as you might think.
  • Mama's Needle

    by Jeanette W Stickel
    A young boy tells of his Mama’s needle and her spool of long white thread. She uses it to patch holes in the knees of his pants, bind scraps of cloth into quilts and stitch dreams into reality. When he has a magical dream of her needle and thread, mama stitches a quilt together for remembering, and on it, are patches of his dreams. Wearing his quilt as a cape, he flies with his imagination. The narrator of this engaging story is a young African American child. One night, he dreams of his Mam... more

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