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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Monkey Stuff

    by Rebecca Bielawski
    A monkey thief was lurking and... some naughtiness was being planned. Learn to count the numbers 1 to 10 with a cheeky little monkey.
  • Allie and Gator: A Story About a Girl and Her Gator

    by Geneva Bowers
    Allie and Gator are best friends! Allie is inventive and bright. Gator is lively and rambunctious. They love to explore and play and collect berries around the riverside. One day, Allie plants a berry bush and Gator was curious... Allie & Gator is a story about the beauty of exploration and patience. Written and illustrated by Geneva B, an illustrator with an eye for fantasy elements and diverse characters.
  • A Time to Wean

    by marlene susan
    Follow favorite animals as they grow, discover new things, nurse less and wean. All with the comfort and reassurance that love and hugs from mama never change.
  • Desta: Roots

    by Getty Ambau
    In this sprawling epic, Desta continues his dual mission to earn a modern education and reunite King Solomon's Coin of Magic and Fortune with its twin shekel that he owns. Heeding the ancient prophecy, he journeys to a remote town to pursue his goals but soon discovers that he is there to learn of his ancestral roots and gain the knowledge and tools needed for his quest. Desta meets Tsadok, his benevolent spirit-guide, who reveals Desta's profound ties from the storied waters and soils of Eth... more
  • Once upon a Poodle

    by Chrysa Smith
    When mini-poodle Woody goes on a hunt for a new brother, all sorts of adventures are in store. Feathers fly, gardens are harvested and nuts are cracked as the tenacious fur ball attempts to find a suitable creature to become the latest member of the family.
  • Treeb and the Secret of the Sacred Forest

    by Ben E. Eld
    Treeb is a working bee who spends his days supplying the hive with nectar to make into honey. For generations, the queen bees cautioned the bees to never fly over a border called the Forbidden Forest. The bees that cross it never return and nobody knows why. Despite the warnings, Treeb decides one day to fly through the Forbidden Forest in search of the Sacred Forest, a beautiful place filled with flowers. When Treeb discovers the land outside of his home is barren, he becomes famished. But e... more
  • Longing For Dad

    by Loie Chambers
    A coming-of-age story about 13-year-old Cairo Jett Grantfield whose life turns upside down after moving to a new city; learning about his mom's terminal illness and struggling with his inability to connect with his present, but emotionally distant father.
  • Like a Prayer

    by C.J. Hendrix

    In the aftermath of a family tragedy that has shaken everything she believes in, Zee dreams of running away. But that tragedy takes on new and unexpected meaning when she’s forced to revisit the events that led to her younger brother’s death—a shooting that devastated her small town and left another family shattered, too. As Zee confronts the secrets of the past, she hides her deepening feelings for her best friend, Brenna, afraid of what will happen if she reveals a painful... more

  • The Competition

    by Cecily Wolfe
    For Mary Sofia, The Penultimate writing competition is more than a chance at a free college education; she wants to show her younger siblings that they can all rise above their violent family history. For Raiden, the pressure to succeed comes from within, although he knows that family traditions play a part in his determination. For Camara, writing fiction is almost compulsive, but her own dark secret may be the best story she can ever tell. For Michael, swimming and writing fit his introverted ... more
  • Winston and Henry Do Art: Join the cuddly duo on their spectacular adventure

    by Greta von Szabo
    Winston and Henry Do Art is a traditional illustrated adventure about a tiger called Winston and a bear called Henry. It is written in rhyme to make it easier to read to little ears. Sitting in their country house, Winston and Henry decide they are bored with the quiet life. They ask their magical friend, Mumbo, to give them a lift through time to explore different kinds of art. Winston and Henry Do Art has beautifully illustrated full colour and black and white pages.
  • Beautifully Unique

    by Renae Sewall
    My name is Sophia and I am here to tell you a story! The story is about feeling different. My family is unique, I am not like my Mommy, Daddy, or sisters, which made me confused. So one day I asked my mommy why I was different, so she took me on a little adventure to an amazing butterfly garden. There we see so many different butterflies from all over the world while she helps me understand that everyone is unique in their own way.
  • In Two Worlds

    by Ido Kedar
    Seven-year-old Anthony has autism. He flaps his hands. He makes strange noises. He can't speak or otherwise communicate his thoughts. No one, not even his loving family, his teachers and his specialists have any idea of his true intelligence. He is locked inside himself and this sharply divides his life between two worlds: His inner world, so richly sensory it is at times hallucinogenic; and his external world, dominated by therapies, specialists and endless misunderstandings. Despite years of ... more
  • Scared of the Dark

    by Caroline L Thornton

    The dark can be scary, especially when you don't know what you're afraid of. But you're not alone, most of us have felt scared at night and the dark's not actually so bad. Discover some of the reasons for our fear, meet friendly animals who play in the night and learn to think of the dark in a new way. Oh and just in case some monsters are real...you'll be reminded that you're braver than you may think! Contains mild scares.

  • If Pencils Could Talk

    by Bobbie Zitelli
    This is a book to encourage and inspire children to pick up a pencil and learn to write or draw. With added fun and blank pages at the end of the book, children can explore their imagination by drawing, coloring and writing
  • Dylan's Move

    by Ashley Pribble
    Dylan is a young girl living in the heart of the great state of Texas. She loves the beautiful wildflowers around her home and going on adventures with her friends, Reagan and Cora. When her parents tell her that the family will be moving to Canada though, she becomes saddened by the idea of no more Texas adventures. But with her move to Canada, she will have new experiences and meet new friends, which will surely lead to some of her greatest adventures yet!

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