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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Shy Ways

    by Susan Griner
    A Japanese-American girl named Sarah Templeton faces racism in a small southern town while also trying to accept her Asian heritage. Her view of her Japanese mother as the reason for all of her problems is challenged when her mother is overcome with memories of the war she lived through. Sarah finally understands the strength her mother had to survive and realizes she must find a way to help her mother wake from the past. Shy Ways is the story of a Japanese-American girl facing racism when her ... more
  • SAM: The Cat Without a Tail

    by Gloria Lintermans

    Sam: The Cat Without A Tail follows the trials of Sam, a young Manx cat with a soft, white puff of a tail. As he discovers that he is indeed different from everyone around him, he learns and helps to teach the importance and beauty of diversity and self-worth.

    Sam: The Cat Without a Tail is a children’s picture book. Sam, the central character, is a Manx cat, and so, sports a soft puff of white fur instead of a tail. This is Sam’s story, his discovery that he is, indeed, dif... more

  • CHESTER MIDSHIPMOUSE

    by Susan Weisberg
    Meet Chester, an earnest young mouse who decides he has what it takes to follow in his grandfather's pawsteps and become a midshipmouse at the prestigious Naval Mouse Academy. The story follows Chester and his band of rodents- as well as their unsuspecting human counterparts in the Rooms Below the rafters- as they endure the rigors of the legendary Plebe Summer. Hilarious and suspenseful conflict ensues as the mice carry out what they believe to be a renowned boot camp of their own, marching wi... more
  • The Water President

    by Mary Bleckwehl
    A sassy and rich twelve-year old American girl exchanges pen pal letters with a shy African girl who longs to be in school but spends most days fetching water instead. The exchange of life’s challenges and the bond of friendship between them form the crosshairs of big dreams and strong wills. Parallel transformations of two girls from opposite worlds climax in a riveting story of danger, loss, and finding one’s voice to triumph over adversity.
  • Mini Horses, Mighty Hearts

    by Rene Townsend
    The story of two courageous miniature horses, Rootbeer and Edward, who face loss, change, and new adventures...all leading them to a purposeful life of service, love and joy.
  • Noodles' & Albie's Mermaid Parade (Picture Book)

    by Eric Bennett
    When Noodles (a penguin) and his best friend Albie (a fish) overhear world famous penguin scientists Jon & Ken talking on the Antarctic ice about Coney Island and making it back to Brooklyn in time for the Mermaid Parade, they want to join in the fun. After Jon & Ken agree to bring them along their journey north is filled with meeting new fun penguins, making friends, having adventures and learning about the world, culminating in their participating in the actual Mermaid Parade.
  • Lizzy Kuroo: Saturday's Adventure

    by Jamie R. Gandy
    In a desperate attempt to avoid a day full of yard work, Lizzy takes to the suburban woodlands in her neighborhood in search of adventure. Featuring Belle her eccentric best friend, and Ralph her not so courageous other best friend. Packed with action, hair raising close calls, ankle deep mud and one serious splinter!
  • Dobby Is So Polite What a Delight

    by Kimberley Kleczka
    Dobby Is So Polite, What A Delight is the latest children’s book from the friendship series. It is a rhyming children’s book about how a caring brother brings home a special friend called Dobby for his sister. Dobby, is a blue heeler Australian Cattle Dog puppy, who is loving, energetic and was placed where there was no love. He is very sad as he is all alone and is stuck in a smelly cage. One day he is hoping that he will meet a new buddy and be able to run free and play Frisbee. So he is so ex... more
  • Alook's Dance in France

    by Kimberley Kleczka
    Alook’s Dance in France is about a magical and colorful journey around the world, which ends in Paris, France where Alook learns how to do the Koolamundo street dance with his new International friends. Alook also has an enchanted magic bead magic that he carries with him wherever he goes. His home, personal belongings and travel journal are kept safe inside of the magic bead until he needs them. Alook is eager to learn more about the world we live in and his enthusiasm for nature and other cult... more
  • Luna & Alook's Magical Music Book

    by Kimberley Kleczka
    Luna & Alook’s Magical Music book is about how Luna and Alook get sucked into the magical adventure travel book and then come to discover a magical picturesque town, where they get to meet lots of interesting characters. One of them being an old tree called Wispy. Magical notes bump into Alook and Luna gets to play a drum on stage with a goat band. “Come and rock with us dude,” said the happy hippy goat, he wore big crazy glasses and a long colorful coat. All the way through this book are unusua... more
  • Luna & Alook's Funny Food Book

    by Kimberley Kleczka
    Luna & Alook’s Funny food book is about some of the different cuisines that you can try around the world. Alook wants to eat everything, whether it is naughty, sensible, spicy or culturally different as in garden weeds. But his new sophisticated South American friend Luna tries to educate and show Alook about the importance of eating nutritious fruits, vegetables and packing healthy lunches. This book is about the culinary adventures of these two fun loving birds.
  • Chook Named Chuck Has Amazing Luck

    by Kimberley Kleczka
    The Chook Named Chuck Has Amazing Luck book is about a chicken that has an unusual talent. Unfortunately, he is not accepted for his uniqueness, because he is very different and not like his family and friends. Then he gets to meet Klara who introduces him to her friends on the farm. In the end Chuck does something remarkable and helps out Klara’s local farm community. Because of Chuck’s gallantry efforts, he is honoured with a friendship and bravery plaque from the local Mayor.
  • Visit Alook's Cool Place in Outer Space

    by Kimberley Kleczka
    Alooks Cool Place in Outer Space is a rhyming children’s book about his special home in the universe. And his wonderful family and pet dragon called Zagon. They live on the Koolamundo star which is the tiniest in the Universe. He has a very cool stylish sister called Lala and a baby brother named Kaia. His father is a scientist who studies the stars and surrounding planets and his mother is a magical Koolamundo queen, that brings life to nature. You will get to meet them all in this rhyming chil... more
  • Klara the Cow Who Knows How to Bow

    by Kimberley Kleczka
    Klara the cow is a little different from the other cows, because she has a very special talent. She is so special that a Prince offered to buy her from the farmer, but the Prince soon learned that Klara is more precious than any money he could ever offer. It’s okay to be different, and it feels good to be loved and special, learn more about Klara and her friends in this fun rhyming picture book!
  • Coco

    by Marie-Paule Mahoney
    Coco, an orphaned bear cub born in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State, is heartbroken to leave her three canine friends. But as Babou, the adult male bear who cares for her explains, it's time to find a mama bear to adopt Coco and teach her how to live as a free, wild bear.
  • The Shadow of the Unscratchable

    by Jerilyn McIntyre
    This novella for middle grade readers (ages 8-12) features Harley, an adventurous and charismatic black cat, and Angela, his beloved feline companion.. On vacation with their human families in Rome, they unwittingly discover and then must end a centuries-old global war between cats and dogs. They join forces with Friskie, an affable mutt they encounter in the Roman Forum, and also enlist the support of a feisty band of feral cats. Above all the action looms Prudens Poorchie, a ghostly Pomeran... more

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