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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Great Bacon Escape

    by William Markham
    In a world of talking food, only one guy has what it takes to escape the dark confines of the refrigerator that has become his prison—Jeff the Bacon. Residents of the fridge are disappearing, and Jeff decides he won’t be another victim. But the path to freedom is a perilous journey. A monstrous slice of pizza wants Jeff as his newest topping. A devious pair of sisters would add him to their “trophy”collection, and the sub-zero temperatures of the freezer stand between him and the only exit. W... more
  • The Baby Ban

    by Tamara Thompson

    Fed up with her baby sister's behavior while flying to visit family, a little girl  shares her frustrations and finds a creative idea to make future flights a little smoother. Ultimately, she develops a greater appreciation and empathy for her sister in this humorous and relatable lyrical story.

  • Crazy Crab

    by Mark C. Evans
    Steve is no ordinary Hermit Crab. He has a big dream... to be an astronaut and fly in space! His friends and family think he is crazy. They don't send crabs into space. Will Steve have "the right stuff" to be sent on a daring mission to Mars? Can he work hard to beat mischievous mice and mad monkeys to ride a rocket to the red planet? Only time and training will tell in this hilarious story of a crazy crab who wants to reach for the stars.
  • Junior and the F-Word

    by Dennis Huffington
    Junior is a high school freshman struggling to find his way in a world that seems to hate him for who he is. Misunderstood by both family and peers alike, Junior struggled to make friends and fit in throughout middle school and endured bullying on a daily basis. His social life suddenly changes when he gets to high school and finds acceptance and popularity amongst the school’s elite. Junior uses his talent as a writer and wisdom beyond his years to navigate his own way through freshman year... more
  • Sky's Amazing Dream

    by mark stevens

    The story of a real life Golden Retriever who uses his magical powers to delight the children of the world.

  • The Bored Lamb: And the Brightest Star

    by Fran Rathmann
    This is a Christmas story about a lamb named Curly, who is an adventurous little fellow looking for excitement. He wants more than an ordinary day can offer him and finds a day of just eating grass and drinking water simply boring. But the hills of Bethlehem are unusually dry this year. Curly?s mother tells him that the shepherds have gone ahead to search for better grass and water. Curly and the flock of sheep cross the valley and climb a hill to join the shepherds. Guided by a bright star, the... more
  • The Cozies: The Legend of Operation Moonlight

    by T.L. Fischer
    In a lecture hall on October 13, 1927, the speaker, Thursby, welcomes the audience. Although only five inches tall, Thursby is elegantly dressed; also, his head is that of a lop-eared rabbit. An English lop rabbit, to be specific. Thursby relates a story of long past: In a grand house in the country, six figments of the imagination (specifically nursery figments, also known as Cozies) have gathered on the nursery window seat for a theatrical presentation. The performance, though, is interrupted ... more
  • Opportunities Provided by an Administration Course

    by Emma Marie
    There are many different types of jobs that can come as a result of undertaking an administration course. With already established professionals as well as newcomers undertaking such courses and degrees, the current business market continues to expand in both competition and demand.

    Whether you want to build your own business or you’re looking for something to set you apart from other job applicants, an administration course can assist you with learning a range of different skills an... more
  • London Blossom

    by Jackie Wilson

    When sixteen-year-old May leaves her sheltered Toronto suburb to visit London for the first time, her only worry is that she might miss something on her meticulously planned itinerary. 

    But soon after she arrives, she meets the tattooed punk-rocker Sid, a brooding environmentalist who May begins to suspect is involved with a radical group responsible for recent eco-terrorist attacks in London. When Sid tries to plunge into May’s life romantically, it lands her at MI5 headquar... more

  • The Optimistic Sloth

    by Andrew Lewis
    It's about a carefree, three-toed sloth who comes a cross a treasure chest. But he soon gets himself in trouble when a greedy bird tries to steal it from him.
  • Beyond the Cabin

    by Jared Garrett
    Born into a controlling, abusive cult and betrayed by those he trusted, Josh hungers for freedom from the Fundamental Faith in God. After his first escape attempt fails, Josh takes even more solace in a rustic cabin he and his oldest brother made, finding peace in isolation. After unspeakable tragedy strikes, Josh flounders for hope and anything that will soften the grief threatening to destroy him. Determined to escape the cult that offers only heartbreak and loneliness, he's stunned by an unex... more
  • The Neighborhood Kids: Short Stories Reader

    by Richard McBain
    Thirty-two interesting short stories of kids today, and situations they get into. The story line shows them why having the proper morals and manners will help them through these times, and they see these benefits of the kids in the stories who possess them.
  • New Girl (Memoirs of the Third Floor #1)

    by Nia Dragin
    Lucita is starting at a new school. Silvia is keeping a secret. Rebecca is struggling with herself. Three girls and their friends have entered high school, and for each of them, it’s hard enough without having to deal with friends, betrayal, and their insecurities. High School is tough enough without having to be the new girl.
  • The Mystery of the Moondogs

    by William Kime
    Two dogs, Wibber and Orval, try to rescue Perkins, a cat stuck in a tree, The plan involves a wheelbarrow and helium balloons. The dogs ascend higher than expected and are spotted by a little boy on a plane who is not believed when he tells his mother, Eventually the dogs return, leaving Orval in the top of a walnut tree and Wibber trapped beneath the overturned wheelbarrow, giving the family a mystery to figure out upon its return. Perkins, naturally, rescues himself. The colorful, illustrat... more
  • We All Have a God Light

    by Christine Banker
    In my book I use the unexpected instance of a night light burning out and my children being afraid of the dark to introduce to them the concept of our divine light within. I explain in this simple bedtime story how we are all more alike than different and define the happy feeling we get when we do something nice for someone else as a connection to God.
  • A Night In Jail

    by Heidi Anderson-Swan
    Busted for smoking pot, suburbanite college-bound Danny is incredulous when forced to spend the night in jail. He's repulsed by his cellmate, a homeless and mentally ill drug addict who keeps him awake all night with his delusional rants. By morning, Canny's world is completely upended.

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