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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • SCADDLEFRUMPF

    by Randolph Parrish
    About a boy, a mule, and a mine, and the greatest money-making scheme in the West.
  • The Lake of Gold

    by Randolph Parrish
    An orphan from New York is given 60 days to go West and find a legendary treasure, in order to pay off some debts to a criminal syndicate. If he fails, his life and the lives of others may be forfeit. But he isn't the only one interested in finding the treasure, and they may stop at nothing to get it for themselves.
  • SERGEANT TOTTENWOLD

    by Randolph Parrish
    A failed army sergeant is given a last mission to escort a wagon train of orphans across the desert. But Apaches steal their horses, leaving them stranded, and it is up to the sergeant to keep everyone alive until help can arrive.
  • Cancionero

    by Randolph Parrish
    About a boy who saved a town -- almost.Jeremy, a kid nobody wants, gets dumped in an orphanage full of other kids nobody wants. That would be the end of the story, except for an ancient spinster jilted in youth; a presumptuous and vain but cowardly mayor; a drunkard who is trying to find a second chance; a bully; a girl who can't keep her socks clean; and a forlorn Western town. You're never a reject just because somebody else says so.
  • Crusty the Orange

    by Grace Josephine
    Crusty the Orange follows the story of a dried-up, sad, very crusty orange on a beautiful tree. Surrounded by ‘perfect’ oranges who know where they are heading in life, Crusty feels useless and believes he has no purpose. The wise old Marie the Tree does not know the answer, but she does know she needs to send him on an adventure of a lifetime to find out for himself. Join Crusty as he discovers that even a difficult dilemma can lead him to his purpose and that meeting a like-minded friend ... more
  • Ruby's Christmas Gifts

    by Nancy Oswald
    It’s Christmas time in 1896 Cripple Creek, Colorado, and Ruby May Oliver and her donkey, Maude, roam the streets in search of Maude’s missing foal. Along the way, Ruby comes upon four people in need of gifts—gifts she discovers she can give. This gentle tale, with water color illustrations by Nate Jensen, is a great read-aloud or independent read for grades 2 thru 4. Readers who have enjoyed the antics of Ruby, her donkey, Maude, and cat named Trouble in the award winning Ruby and Maude Adventur... more
  • Gwendolyn finds Gumption

    by Diane Dee Dee Thompson
    Gwendolyn, the precocious Phoebe, continues to ask questions and learn. Her world has grown in size and her mother tells her to find Gumption while out of the nest and flying! Determined to make it on her own, she is fortunate to meet new friends while searching for Gumption. The world seems to have many possibilities and her adventures continue.
  • One If by Land, Two If by Submarine

    by Eileen Schnabel
    When Paul Revere is kidnapped by a time traveler determined to change the outcome of the American Revolution, thirteen-year-old Kep Westguard is sent to Boston, 1775, to take his famous midnight ride. Kep’s four-person team has twenty-four hours to light the famous lanterns at Old North Church, warn Lexington and Concord that the British are coming, and rescue John Hancock and Samuel Adams from hanging as traitors to the crown. As the clock ticks, one teammate is arrested as a runaway slave, ... more
  • Maggie, Millie, and Merrie's Mystery Mail

    by Rosie Russell
    The triplets are back, and my, have they grown. The Midwest winter strikes them with a vengeance of snow. Stuck in the house with too many snow days, they turn grumpy with nothing to do. That is, until a mysterious package is delivered. Will the trio be pulled from their boredom as mail arrives each day?
  • The Sunflower

    by Felicia Sanders
    Have you ever wondered what would a sunflower do when the sun is hiding? Its whole identity is created after the sun after all! Find out what is going on in the mind of one sunflower when the skies turn dark. This is an exciting, endearing story told by a sunflower of dealing with the ebbs and flow of its life and how it finds its way back of finding hope and courage in the midst of the night. This is a great book to help facilitate conversations with your kids and students of how they're dea... more
  • Stainless Steel Channel

    by Stainless Shapes
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  • When My Cousins Come to Town

    by Angela Shanté
    A fun, lively story of Black family and cousin culture that celebrates individuality and embraces differences. Fitting in can be hard, but standing out isn’t easy either! Every summer a young girl eagerly waits for her cousins to come visit and celebrate her birthday. All her cousins are unique in their own ways and have earned cool nicknames for themselves… except for the girl. But this year things are going to be different. This year before summer ends, she’s determined to earn her own n... more
  • The Noisy Classroom

    by Angela Shanté
    A young girl is about to enter the third grade, but this year she’s put into Ms. Johnson’s noisy class. Everything about the noisy class is odd. While all the other classes are quiet, Ms. Johnson sings and the kids chatter all day. The door is always closed, yet sounds from it can be heard in the hallway. With summer coming to an end and school starting, the girl realizes that soon she’ll be going to the noisy class. What will school be like now?
  • Angel's Diamonds: Piloting Alaska

    by Wayne Pinger
    Angel’s Diamonds: Flying bush Alaska, is a novel, a fictional story about an Alaskan Bush Pilot, his wife and their dog Angel. The time-line for this novel is the construction years of the Trans-Alaskan Pipeline, when Alaska was booming. As the story begins, Josh and Claire Browning, owners of a general store in rural interior Alaska, are swept up in a conflict regarding the franchise to transport and sell whiskey into the Prudhoe Bay pipe-line boom town of Deadhorse, a supposedly dry town. The ... more
  • El Capitan: Inspired by True Stories

    by Carlos Solari
    Opportunity. There are many kinds. It's why people cross those borders; leaving home; leaving behind what they know. Often you don't get to know what kind of opportunity until you're committed and you can't go back. Mario Senteri, "Rio", at eight and dreaming of soccer finds it when he interrupts "maestros" playing a game of futball. These "maestros" are former soccer pros that meet on Saturdays to play and everyone knows to leave them alone. Everyone, that is, except Rio. Rodrigo, "Rigo", his o... more
  • Sleep, Tiny Dreamer

    by Shanita Allen

    “Sleep, Tiny Dreamer. Where will you go tonight? Will you swim across the ocean? Or will you take a flight?”

    This bedtime story poses the question "where will your little one go in their dreams?" and encourages them to think of all the endless possibilities.

    Sleep, Tiny Dreamer is Shanita Allen's first book in the Let's Go Dreaming series. This is a sweet bedtime story full of hope and innocence…inspiring young minds to dream big!

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