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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Munching on the Sun

    by Mark Paul Oleksiw
    The shadow of Lukas Wunand’s darkened soul haunts the Faculty of Business at prestigious St. Peter’s University. Lukas is both an icon and enigma to his fellow students. One morning, Lukas sees a girl from his early teens, Kara. Or does he? Long buried emotions begin to rise. On a campus unnerved by a string of unsolved assaults against women, Lukas’ behavior grows more anarchic and worrisome to friends as graduation approaches. What hold does the mere memory of Kara have on Lukas? The story ... more
  • Shinobi

    by Aneli Defanif
    This story is set in historical Japan. It happened long ago, in the mysterious past of the beautiful country when Ninja still walked the earth in greater numbers than they do today...
  • Buzz

    by EA Carrington
    Buzz Flyswell doesn’t fit in at school. Despite his best efforts to act like everyone else, he’s an outsider – and everyone knows it. All except for his best friend Skeeter, who accepts Buzz just for who he is: A fly living in a hive full of honeybees. When the Queen grants the dreaded neighboring hornet colony sanctuary within the kingdom, tension mounts between the two species. And as the very future of the hive is thrown into question, Buzz is forced to embark on the greatest – and most dange... more
  • Steven & Stella's Downtown Adventure

    by Jeff Magnuson
    After Charley’s cats accidentally get out of his house through an open door, Steven and Stella quickly find themselves on a journey that takes them from the backyard to the city streets where they manage to get themselves stuck in bizarre situations. Charley enlists the help of his neighbor, two police officers, and even some school children to help him get his cats safely back home. An early reader, chapter book that both parents and children will love reading.
  • Charley Meets His Neighbors

    by Jeff Magnuson
    Charley recently moved to the nice town of Mapleton. After fixing up his new home, he is now ready to meet the people in his neighborhood. Getting to know new people is never easy and in Charley’s case, it’s downright awkward. When one of his cats goes missing, the people in his neighborhood jump into action to help. Another story that all animal lovers will enjoy.
  • Charley's Cat Family

    by Jeff Magnuson
    Join Charley as he makes a big change in his life and then decides to expand his family by adopting not one, but two cats. Introducing two cats to a new home requires a lot of patience. Will Charley be able to manage these two little rascals or will it all be too much for him to handle? A story that all animal lovers will enjoy.
  • Herbie's Happy Birthday!

    by Donte' Jackson

     

    "There's a new kid in town, he's changing the world. Teaching love and respect to young boys and girls. He's Herbie Vore the Dinosaur! Read his book and learn even more!"

    A whimsically illustrated rhyming picture book about the signficance of birthdays, good friends, and a grandmother's love.

    Most kids wish they could enjoy their birthdays more than once. "Herbie's Happy Birthday!" highlights the reason we celebrate our birthday... more

  • Check Out 4 Common Furniture Problems which People Encounter

    by Jashon Langer
    One of the most common equipment used to create furniture is wood. It is a material that stays remarkable for a long duration and also looks astounding. This is the reason most people prefer having wooden furniture or sofa rather than any other commodity. However, having a wooden chair means it would require some fixing or maintenance after a particular period of time. Hence, sofa repair Dubai seems like a better option than buying everything new. <... more
  • Study materials: Better way to outshine in exam

    by Subhajit Khara
    The academic world is now becoming harder day-by-day and aspirants have examinations, assignment, homework, project and a wide range of other co-curricular and additional activities to concern about. However a student might be well-prepared for an examination, he/she might not achieve good marks and this is maybe due to wrong planning.

    Here are a few vital tips to assist students to prepare for examinations better and excel at them.

    You cannot give out with planning... more
  • Sun Pacific Holding Corp

    by Jeremy Hans
    Sun Pacific Power has become a diversified publicly traded holding company, “Sun Pacific Holding Corp” (OTCQB:SNPW) to encompass all of its subsidiaries Sun Pacific Power Corp, Street Smart Outdoor Corp, Bella Electrical LLC,
  • Oink and Gobble and the 'No One Can Ever Know Secret'

    by Norman Whaler

    Oink and Gobble were best friends and, with all the other animals on the farm, had a BIG secret they could never, ever let any humans know!

    But did Oink let the cat out of the bag?

    (Adventure, Humor, Imagination, Animals)

  • 978-0692937259

    by Brandon Stevenson
    After moving to a new town days before Christmas, an adventurous boy named Eddie becomes suspicious when he learns that no one seems to be aware of the fact that Christmas is just days away. Always the curious adventurer and young spy, Eddie decides that he must get to the bottom of this strange situation.  It doesn't take him long to stumble upon a mysterious character and accidentally take a whirlwind ride through a hidden portal that lands him in, of all places, the North Pole. There he le... more
  • No One Told: a novel

    by Beverley Hopwood
    Adventures with Effie and new friends don't stop eleven-year-old Olive deGroote from asking what has happened to her mother and new sibling. Family remains close-lipped, but Grandma tries to keep Olive busy with everyday chores, Canadian Girls in Training, and the Second WW efforts. Though money is tight and her grandparents frugal, Olive never wants for much, except answers to questions. After a discovery in the attic, Olive develops a passion which leads her, in her early twenties, to Toronto ... more
  • Viking Myths: Stories of the Norse Gods and Goddesses

    by John Thor Ewing
    From its first beginnings in a world of primordial ice floes, the story of the Viking gods is one of continual struggle against etins and monsters, but it is a tale of humour and triumph as well as of grit and tragedy. The Norse myths are justly famous for a host of vivid characters including the wise and enigmatic Odin, the bluff strongman Thor, and the incorrigible trickster Loki. In the first major retelling for a generation, storyteller and historian Thor Ewing rediscovers the brisk vitality... more
  • The Jungle Family

    by Terelle Coley & Demetria Nickens

    Four very different jungle characters (a monkey, an elephant, a duck, and a tiger) find themselves rescuing each other, and growing together to become a blended family.  The story teaches children aged 3 to 8 years old about diversity, inclusiveness, and helping one another through life's ups and downs. 

  • Maylee and The Brown Paper Bag

    by Linda P. Young
    This is a children's picture book and takes the child through a life of a small kitten who is trying to find a new home. It takes them through her life living in a junk yard and having a slight affliction to finding a new home with a small boy.

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