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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Three Secrets

    by Gretchen Bainum
    This is the story of the life cycle of a sunflower, starting with a seed landing on the ground and ending with a new seed landing on the ground. But it is also the story of a the universal quest for happiness, a journey of joy and hardship guided by the Three Secrets found in every life.
  • Alfred's Dragon

    by Dennis Knapp
    Dragons!!! Are they real? Join young knight-in-training Alfred, as a chance discovery leads him on a medieval adventure filled with imagination and revelations both fun and fearsome! Alfred's journey answers age old questions all young children (and some adults) have about medieval dragons: Were they real? And why did those who lived during this time believe in these wondrous creatures?
  • Alfred's Dragon

    by Dennis Knapp
    Dragons!!! Are they real? Join young knight-in-training Alfred, as a chance discovery leads him on a medieval adventure filled with imagination and revelations both fun and fearsome! Alfred's journey answers age old questions all young children (and some adults) have about Medieval dragons: Were they real? And why did those who lived during this time believe in these wondrous creatures?
  • A Tooth Fairy Named Mort

    by Sharon Thayer
    Establishing the lore and legend for generations to come, "A Tooth Fairy Named Mort" flies you to Fairyland for a peek inside the castle, where you will discover the answers to the age-old mysteries of the Tooth Fairy. “If you could fly across the water, just as the sun begins to set and slip between the top of the waves and the breeze coming out of the west, you will come to a lovely beach of sand, right on the edge of Fairyland.” As you catch a glimpse into this magical kingdom, you wi... more
  • My Twin Sister and Me

    by Emiliya Ahmadova
    Glue on the windowsill and toothpaste in the shoes. Who did the deed? Twelve-year-old Cub Scout twins Julieta and Rafaela have to deal with their older sister’s ugly tricks, which get them into trouble. At school, Julieta is being mocked for the freckles on her face and her crooked teeth. Forgetting her own plight, however, she stands up to a bully, Claudius, in order to protect her friend Montano from being persecuted. Out of kindness she agrees to go to the movie with Montano. Due to situa... more
  • Ooopps, I Know Something!!

    by Joya D. Royal

    “Ooopps…!”What am I going to do….?” “I have got something to say … but how do I say it?"  What!.....Say it? A secret?  “Oh….," moaned Ade. “But my Mommy said “No Keeping Of Secrets, Ade!”  “Ooopps…, what am I going to do now?”  “I know something,” sighed Ade! Oh dear Ade&helli... more

  • Great Cape o' Colors - Capa de colores: English & Spanish with pronunciation guide

    by Karl Beckstrand
    (Language, careers) “This is a magic cape!” A picture book for exploring colors—and daring jobs—with full text & pronunciation guide in Spanish and English (ages 3+). Count the careers/colors/cultures, try on the costumes. 28-page, 8.5"x8.5" hard cover, soft, or e-book; (English, Spanish, or bilingual) with black & Hispanic superhero characters, 100 words in dyslexic-friendly font by award-winning author Karl Beckstrand, illustrated by John Collado; PremioBooks.com (© April 2018) Baker & Taylor,... more
  • Priscilla and the Sandman

    by Anders Roseberg
    After Mom tucks Priscilla in bed, her adorable toy Rabbit and the Sandman magically wander off to the land of sweets through the mysterious field of dreams.
  • Beauty Kills the Beast

    by Astrid Hoffmann
    Beauty kills the Beast transports us to imaginary worlds through very real stories. Four short tales, told as metaphors to actual societal issues, state the struggles of young characters’ facing emotional abuse, social discrimination, transgender identity, drugs and human trafficking. Each story introduces us to the circumstances and emotional conditions lived by each character, under a close analysis of the author where she calls our attention to issues of self-esteem, respect for oneself and o... more
  • Jake, Lucid Dreamer

    by David J. Naiman

    12-year-old Jake has been suppressing his heartbreak over the loss of his mother for the past 4 years. But his emotions have a way of haunting his dreams and bubbling to the surface when he least expects it. When Jake learns how to take control in his dreams, he becomes a lucid dreamer, and that’s when the battle really heats up. Using his wits to dodge bullies by day and a nefarious kangaroo hopping ever closer by night, Jake leans about loss, bravery, the power of love, and how you ca... more

  • Mable the Maple

    by Vin Morreale, Jr
    In the charming forest of Willowwood, a young maple tree feels she has little to offer, compared with the bigger, stronger or prettier trees around her. But thanks to her friendship with Simon the Squirrel, Mabel soon learns that being special is not about size, looks or how much you are noticed by others. One’s true value is in the friends you make, and the love you choose to share along the way.
  • Do You Like My Drawings?

    by Manley Peterson

    The poor artist needs your help deciding if his drawings are good or bad. Sometimes he has trouble drawing something as simple as a circle or a pair of scissors. Do you think you can get through the whole book without laughing? And maybe give the artist a word of encouragement, while you are at it?

    This silly, funny, read-aloud from the creator of Bloated Goat and Four Scary Stories for Kids will make children of all ages laugh and giggle at the goofy d... more

  • Lottie Niffumevol

    by Michaela Smart
    Nine-year-old Lottie and her friends often get into trouble without meaning to! For example, in one chapter, Lottie and her best friend, Janonva, accidentally break a neighbour's window while playing baseball. When she isn't having misadventures, Lottie tries to outdo her competitive enemy, Bridget, who thinks she is better than Lottie at everything. My book has a unique advantage: I wrote it from when I was eleven until I was thirteen.
  • NICKI NICE'S TRICKY LETTERS

    by Dr. Fran White
    This book provides a description of the meaning of dyslexia and what it feels like and the challenges of children who are afflicted with this leaning difference ( NOT disability). All children will be knowledgable of this learning challenge and, hopefully, exhibit compassion for those classmates who struggle to learn. Motivation and encouragement are the goals in writing this book that parents and children will enjoy.
  • NICKI NICE'S BULLY

    by Dr. Fran White
    This book was written to educate all children on how to identify bullies and to understand why they choose to hurt others. Nicki Nice, the protagonist, learns how to deal with the painful experience that she sustains from her bully and how to solve this problem. As reported by the media, all of the violent behaviors and killings by angry students were once victims of bullies and are displacing their rage on innocent children. We must teach our children about bullies and how to help them.
  • The Great Bacon Escape

    by William Markham
    In a world of talking food, only one guy has what it takes to escape the dark confines of the refrigerator that has become his prison—Jeff the Bacon. Residents of the fridge are disappearing, and Jeff decides he won’t be another victim. But the path to freedom is a perilous journey. A monstrous slice of pizza wants Jeff as his newest topping. A devious pair of sisters would add him to their “trophy”collection, and the sub-zero temperatures of the freezer stand between him and the only exit. W... more

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