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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • A Tall Tale About a Dachshund and a Pelican: How a Friendship Came to Be

    by Kizzie Jones
    True friendship is not just about looking past each other's differences ... it's about discovering and celebrating those differences.
  • Lyndsay and Lainey Lion in "J" is for Jaguar

    by Jennifer Brasington-Crowley
    Lyndsay and Lainey Lion are orphaned lion cub sisters who live in the Animal Hospital at the Sunnyville City Zoo and Rehabilitation Center. When Jack the Jaguar visits, the cubs think they’ve found a kindred spirit from their African home. But Jack quickly points out that he’s a jaguar, not a leopard. Join the sister cubs as they learn about habitat loss, endangered species, and just what the heck is the difference between a leopard and a jaguar.
  • Lyndsay and Lainey Lion in 'P' is for Platypus

    by Jennifer Brasington-Crowley
    Lyndsay and Lainey Lion are orphaned lion cub sisters who live in the Animal Hospital at the Sunnyville City Zoo and Rehabilitation Center. When the sisters find a strange creature in the basement of the animal hospital, they think they’ve stumbled upon a mad scientist experiment. Is Dr. Tristan really Dr. Frankenstein? Join the sister cubs as they discover one of the world’s most unique creatures - the platypus. Lyndsay and Lainey Lion Adventure Books are geared toward children and edu... more
  • My Boston and Me: To the Park

    by Amanda C Preston
    This is the first in a series of children's books that follows the real life antics of a young girl named Anya and her lovable Boston Terrier named Jemma. The book has been beautifully illustrated with full page colorful images that are sure to delight children of all ages. Come follow along as Anya and Jemma go to the park! This book series is geared towards young children ages 2+ and features a fun rhyming story line that parents will love reading aloud to their children.
  • Paisley Rabbit and the Treehouse Contest

    by Steve Richardson
    Can a lone girl rabbit with the odds stacked against her surprise Jimmy and the other animals to win the big treehouse construction contest? When the school year starts out, Jimmy Squirrel, whose dad owns the biggest construction company in the city, challenges a close group of friends to a treehouse contest. To everyone's surprise, Paisley Rabbit, who has never touched a hammer or a nail and has no one to help her, joins the contest as a long shot to win. But as things heat up, Paisley shows sh... more
  • Hey Honey: The Scary, Airy Basement (Hey, Honey! Book 4)

    by Paula I. Carr
    Mommy is working down in the basement, a dark, scary place—at least in Honey’s imagination. Honey’s never been down there, because she’s terrified of the danger that awaits at the bottom of those stairs. Her friend Herbie comes up with a plan to show Honey that sometimes what’s in your head is much worse than real life.
  • Hey Honey: My First Day of School (Hey, Honey! Book 2)

    by Paula I. Carr
    Honey sees all the neighborhood children going off to school every day and knows it must be a very fun place. Mommy surprises her by announcing Honey will be going to school, too! At first, school is a strange place filled with all kinds of other dogs. It’s so overwhelming, Honey isn’t sure she’ll ever fit in. But before the end of the day, she’ll make new friends and become a favorite of the “teacher,” Miss Heather.
  • Hey Honey: My Favorite Spot (Hey, Honey! Book 3)

    by Paula I. Carr
    It’s Game Night and Honey can hardly wait. From her favorite spot on the sofa, she watches Mommy get ready for guests. Pretty soon, all the seats are full, Honey is still in her favorite spot, and everyone is having fun. Then a new guest arrives, a girl with braces on her legs. Will Honey surrender her favorite spot to a total stranger? No, but she might to a new friend.
  • Hey Honey: Honey Comes Home (Hey, Honey! Book 1)

    by Paula I. Carr
    When Honey’s owner can no longer take care of her, she goes to live in a rescue center to be adopted. Meanwhile, a nice woman in the same town is looking everywhere to adopt an English bulldog, but can’t seem to find one. The woman visits the rescue center and meets a number of interesting dogs, but doesn’t feel that special connection. Then she finally sees Honey and they both know it’s a perfect match. There’s only one problem: another family has already agreed to adopt her!
  • Hey, Honey: I Love Snow!

    by Paula I. Carr
    Honey wakes up to a winter wonderland and she can’t wait to get outside and play with Congo, next door. She’ll even let Mommy dress her in a funny-looking sweater! But her friend Justice waits inside because he’s small and the snow is deep. Honey invites him to play in her snow maze and soon Justice loves snow, too!
  • OLIVER the Schnoodle

    by Marta elena Vassilakis
    OLIVER the Schnoodle is a 32 page 8.5 x 11 Hardcover Children's Book featuring a real white dog . The book is 3/4 photography and 1/4 illustrated. This first book is an " I Like to... " book featuring Oliver enjoying all of his favorite activities that make his life great and fun! All around positive message!
  • The Very Unluckily Lucky Quaroo

    by Magic Mike
    "The Very Unluckily Lucky Quaroo", by author/illustrator Magic Mike, follows the utterly unlucky plight, of an extraordinarily lucky bird, who learns, in the midst of its uncomely misfortune, to be precious about what makes it special and unique!
  • The Wrong Rock

    by JP Cawood
    Martin the Mushroom was born on the wrong rock. He embarks on an epic journey across the sea to get to another rock covered with enthusiastic mushrooms. But Martin doesn't look the same as those mushrooms and they push him away. Martin's adventure teaches an inspiring and valuable lesson about equality by exposing the truth that... despite our differences, we are all living on the same rock. 34 pages of full-color images based on artwork from the short film of the same name.
  • Doggy Barks in the Van

    by Yvonne Roehler
    Pre K. Doggy Barks in the Van. Bright and colorful full-page illustrations add to the excitement of this hilarious picture book featuring Doggy and his family on a trip in the family van. Doggy has an excitement for life that is not always shared by those around him as he bounces around the van getting into mischief. Woof! Woof! This book will keep children engaged as they howl with laughter at Doggy's antics. www.doggybarks.com
  • Steve the Mule

    by Shanna Hatfield
    Steve the Mule has an important job at his family’s ranch in 1910 Pendleton, Oregon. Explore a day in his life as he keeps an eye on little Willa. When he discovers trouble brewing, Steve races off to save her. Will he make it in time? USA Today Bestselling Author Shanna Hatfield and talented illustrator Rob Foote offer this lighthearted tale full of laughter and fun for young readers, ages 3-8.
  • Silhouettes

    by E. L. Tenenbaum
    A bittersweet story about family, friendship and the impact one life can have on others, no matter how young it is. Brooke was just killed in an accident, but a part of her is still here. Seeking answers, she sets out to retrace her life and soon meets others like herself, among them, Tyler. Tyler remembers Brooke from before, and so she hesitantly gives him the one thing she never bothered to when they were alive; a chance. Together, they visit the people and places in their small beach town th... more

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