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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Beautifully Unique

    by Renae Sewall
    My name is Sophia and I am here to tell you a story! The story is about feeling different. My family is unique, I am not like my Mommy, Daddy, or sisters, which made me confused. So one day I asked my mommy why I was different, so she took me on a little adventure to an amazing butterfly garden. There we see so many different butterflies from all over the world while she helps me understand that everyone is unique in their own way.
  • In Two Worlds

    by Ido Kedar
    Seven-year-old Anthony has autism. He flaps his hands. He makes strange noises. He can't speak or otherwise communicate his thoughts. No one, not even his loving family, his teachers and his specialists have any idea of his true intelligence. He is locked inside himself and this sharply divides his life between two worlds: His inner world, so richly sensory it is at times hallucinogenic; and his external world, dominated by therapies, specialists and endless misunderstandings. Despite years of ... more
  • Scared of the Dark

    by Caroline L Thornton

    The dark can be scary, especially when you don't know what you're afraid of. But you're not alone, most of us have felt scared at night and the dark's not actually so bad. Discover some of the reasons for our fear, meet friendly animals who play in the night and learn to think of the dark in a new way. Oh and just in case some monsters are real...you'll be reminded that you're braver than you may think! Contains mild scares.

  • If Pencils Could Talk

    by Bobbie Zitelli
    This is a book to encourage and inspire children to pick up a pencil and learn to write or draw. With added fun and blank pages at the end of the book, children can explore their imagination by drawing, coloring and writing
  • Dylan's Move

    by Ashley Pribble
    Dylan is a young girl living in the heart of the great state of Texas. She loves the beautiful wildflowers around her home and going on adventures with her friends, Reagan and Cora. When her parents tell her that the family will be moving to Canada though, she becomes saddened by the idea of no more Texas adventures. But with her move to Canada, she will have new experiences and meet new friends, which will surely lead to some of her greatest adventures yet!
  • Zafira and the Birds

    by Eugenie Makrogiannis

    Zafira Panos is a spirited ten-year-old who dreams of a life full of mystery and intrigue. The cool part? She can actually PLAN her dream adventures—and this time she’s heading to ancient Greece! But things take a weird turn when Zafira inexplicably finds herself a thousand years earlier, inside strange hilltop citadels, where she has to fight hybrid racco-dragons, bizarre vine creatures, harpies, and homicidal kings. Things definitely aren’t going as planned and Zafira, alo... more

  • The Secret Laboratory: Gravity Gone!

    by Kristen Bottger
    Fourth graders Marie and Albert discover a secret laboratory at their school, Faraday Academy. They soon realize the lab is magical when they accidentally turn off the gravity! They learn not only how gravity works, but also a shocking secret about their school, all while trying to save their classmates from floating away!
  • The Hangry Toy Box

    by Stephanie DeWitt
    “The Hangry Toy Box” is a fictional short story about a dad-snoring-tummy-growling noise that the main character, Jake, cannot figure out what is making it or where it is coming from. On top of having to deal with that, he has to deal with his cousin, Tommy, who he does not get along with. Tommy is quite the bully to Jake. However, when they put their differences aside and come together, they are able to figure out that the noise is coming from Jake’s toy box. The toy box does not like it when k... more
  • The Extraordinary Journey of J.J. Pips

    by J.J. Israel
    J.J. Pips, a young British bulldog, lives with his human family in the Victorian English countryside. One day, without warning, his life is turned upside down when his beloved brother, Arty, is dognapped by a press gang. Armed with nothing more than loyalty and determination, J.J. quickly sets off to rescue Arty on what will become the adventure of a lifetime.
  • Dr. Brainchild & Radar

    by Cole W. Williams
    Join the fun as Dr. Brainchild and Radar discover how a little bit of creativity, some wacky inventions, and a whole lotta science can transform the ordinary into something EXTRA tasty! Boy, girl, wolf, or anything in-between--it doesn’t matter so long as YOU are there! Science is for everyone, so come along and enjoy the ride!
  • Pirates Attack: A Knookerdoodle Adventure

    by Laura Henderson
    Ever since his adventure in the Deep Woods, Peanut found it difficult to think of anything else. I suppose that's what happens when one meets pirates for the first time and discovers a magical golden ball too! At least the Strathy Fall Fair was soon to be there. Peanut couldn't wait to play the games and hopefully win the costume contest. He and his best friend, Tennyson, were sure to be the only pirates at the fair. Or would they be? Enjoy all of the excitement with Peanut and his friends in Bo... more
  • Petra, Family, and Foes

    by Grace A. Fynn
    The Moss is a family of trouble where Petra, Lorcia and Charles are chief perpetrators. But this time, Lorcia leads the way with a false story of Petra being kidnapped. Then Charles places the kidnapper into the spotlight and then pushes him out of it after forcing a confession from Lorcia. And what does Petra do? Well, she unwittingly drags her father into the spotlight too but it would take the whole family to get him out of it.
  • Who Are You?: First Day Of School (Fargone Book 1)

    by Derrill Fussell
    The story begins with the first day of school in a jungle class of animals, defining each child, who they are, and how different they are from each other. The moral of the story is that you can be as different as looks, shapes, size and color can be and still be perfectly all right. Dr. Qooz prepares children the night before the first day of school with a storybook for ages two through six.
  • Aventuras del alfabeto

    by Monica Frascona
    This is a playful, alliterative alphabet book, written in Spanish, for young children. Anything is possible within the silly world of Aventuras del alfabeto - penguins ice skate, bats burn cheese, monsters chomp on apples... The more we laugh, the more we learn.
  • When Fur and Feather Get Together

    by David R. Margrave
    There are picture books that teach; there are picture books about family; and there are picture books that have outstanding illustrations. When Fur and Feather Get Together is a picture book that does all three - embracing the enduring themes of family, fun, learning and visual delight. Did you know that a sighting of a group of unicorns is so rare that it is called a blessing? When Fur and Feather Get Together is a fun and educational rhyming story about a father and child enjoying their laz... more
  • Laboratory (Lab) Lizards Go to Hollywood

    by Robert Richardson
    This book continues the exciting make-believe story of three wacky Lizards, living with a family they love that took them in. Suddenly, these failed food experiments are being hunted by the government, because they’re thought to be dangerous and they need to escape, leaving their new family behind.

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