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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • My Tired Telephone

    by Suzette D. Harrison
    After a long day of being used as everything from a calculator to a camera, this cellphone has had it! Unable to take further misuse, he decides to give his human a piece of his mind…right at bedtime. Join this delightful romp of viewing the world through a tired telephone’s eyes.
  • Silly Scientists Take a Tiptoe with the Tadpoles!

    by Lindsey Craig
    SILLY SCIENTISTS TAKE A TIPTOE WITH THE TADPOLES! by Lindsey Craig and Ying Hui Tan SILLY SCIENTISTS TAKE A TIPTOE WITH THE TADPOLES! is all about science fun! Here kids meet again with the adorable monsters--Zap, Tia, Sulu and Alan, as they dive into the murky pond to save Taddy-the Tadpole. Along with the Silly Scientists' story, is a rhyming text about tadpoles and pond habitats:"Tadpoles make big changes called METAMORPHOSIS. They grow long legs, and big bug eyes, and smiles you can't resist... more
  • Silly Scientists Take a Peeky at the Solar System!

    by Lindsey Craig
    SILLY SCIENTISTS TAKE A PEEKY AT THE SOLAR SYSTEM is FUN! This book (and soon to follow, music and app) will get kids learning and loving science with wildly-catchy rhymes about the origins of our solar system and all those bizarre planets whizzing around us. "Planet Mercury is the fastest, watch it zoom around the sun. With frigid nights and days hot-HOT, it scorches little buns!" Kids will zoom into space with their soon-to-be favorite monsters checking out Jupiter's "zit" (the planet's fa... more
  • Anagrania's Challenge

    by Ina Curic
    A coming-of-age story that transforms a common children’s story theme into a lesson on self-love, creative conflict resolution, and wholesome eating. Through the allegory of the wheat grain’s journey, the story makes a case for whole grain nutrition. Anagrania’s Challenge: * exposes unhealthy gender stereotypes and beauty standards, * promotes peaceful conflict resolution, and * celebrates diversity and uniqueness. Are there power struggles and arguments going back and forth in your ... more
  • An Urchin of Means (The Baker Street Series Book 1)

    by April White
    Ringo Devereux knows far too much for a man of his times. There’s no simple explanation for it that doesn’t involve improbable conversations about the future, and Ringo’s advanced understanding of three-phase generators and the secret histories of his city are not things he can discuss with the Victorian Londoners around him. Even his origins as an orphaned street thief are far too dangerous for a young gentleman of means to reveal. An encounter with a ten-year-old pickpocket, and a luncheon ... more
  • Li'l Booger Buddies Inventors Go to School

    by Heather Konet
    Curious creatures called the Li'l Booger Buddies from the Planet Boogie Woogie love to invent new things using junk they collect from outer space. A 5 year old Li'l Booger Buddy attends Invent School for the first time. Her first lesson is about the basic steps of inventing and the importance of getting help from others along the way.
  • Twin Time

    by Olga Werby
    Alex and Sasha are twin sisters, physically identical down to their freckles. But the resemblance is only skin deep—Sasha is profoundly autistic, while Alex is not. Sasha can’t communicate and acts bizarrely, and the family revolves around her and her intense needs. Yet the aged, wealthy, and mysterious Aunt Nana seems to have a particular interest in both girls. Offering a helping hand, she encourages the family to move to San Francisco to be near her. And when the young twins discover a tunnel... more
  • Books for Kids: The Amazing Snowman Duel (Mom's Choice Awards Gold Medal Winner), Beginner Readers age 3-8, Bedtime Stories for

    by Yossi Lapid
    There is a new snowman in town and he's picking a fight...Will Snowman Paul allow a bully to win? Get yourself a front-row seat to witness a historic event unlikely to repeat itself soon. The story line will encourage your little ones to push past their fears of bullies and find creative solutions to such challenges. The Amazing Snowman Duel is a perfect bedtime story. With catchy rhymes and simple vocabulary, the book is also ideal for beginner readers.
  • Summer of Two Worlds, 2nd edition - color

    by J. Arthur Moore
    The summer of 1882 came at the end of the Indian War era in the western territories. It was a time when the last of the Native American people were being forced onto reservations, the Northern Pacific Railroad was under construction through Montana Territory, and the natural beauty of the west was being altered forever by the coming of civilization. It was a time in a beautiful western landscape where life ran its course with the seasons In Summer of Two Worlds the reader enters the life of a... more
  • Robin's Eggs

    by David M. Hanner
    Exciting adventure about Robin, a genius child who helps a world famous physicist with Lou Gehrig's decease to speak again and share his discoveries with the world. A refreshing group of characters including a British aunt, a rude and obsessive doctor, two groups of dangerous mercenaries, and a talking chimp with attitude! A page turner for young and old alike.
  • Abnormal Results: Cancer changes everything

    by Kimberly Rae

    It’s been me, Chad, Alecia and Dan since kindergarten, back when it didn’t matter about boys or girls or who had name brand shoes or who could play sports or not. Things have changed over the years. We’ve changed. But I was sure nothing was big enough to wedge into our friendship. We’d stay the same forever. I was wrong.

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    Victoria Dane, a borderline autistic teen, needs order. Her three best friends since kindergarten are her sense of security, represent... more

  • Cloud the Horse: Cloud and Reddy the Red-Shouldered Hawk

    by Elizabeth Goodman Hardwick
    Cloud the Horse has a magic blue eye so he can see the world differently. Instead of judging others by what he sees on the outside, he accepts them for who they are both inside and out. Join Cloud as he meets Reddy the Hawk. Together, they acknowledge and accept their differences so they can become friends. This rhyming story is a wonderful way to teach little ones about being kind and compassionate towards others.
  • The Last Dinosaur

    by Laura Mahon
    A long frozen block of ice cracks open, in a cave in the North. A young dinosaur emerges to a world he does not recognize He meets Arctic Fox, who has never seen anyone like him. Where are all the dinosaurs? Where is his mother? Dinosaur remembers the bedtime stories his mother told him about a place their ancestors used to live. It was a place of warmth with a great canyon. Could they be there? As Arctic Fox directs him to the warmer South, Dinosaur begins a long journey to answer his... more
  • Snore Songs

    by Pamela Tomlin

    "Snore Songs," a children's picture book, is a whimsical reflection of the annoying snore. Children will enjoy the colorful illustrations. They are free to use their imagination to develop their own  "Snore Songs" sounds.  A fun picture book to read at bedtime or anytime. Sure to put a smile on your face whatever your age!

  • King Judy

    by David Clow
    It befell in the days of Uther Pendragon, when he was King of all England, and so reigned, that there was a mighty duke in Cornwall that held war against him long time..... A Round Table in a mythical kingdom. Armored knights, a lost treasure, an enchanted sword. A dragon—the fire-breathing kind. You’ve heard this story? Me too. I loved it when it was a fairy tale. Then it befell in the days long after Uther, when the kingdom of his son Arthur was but small and nearly forgotten, that the thron... more
  • Monsters on My Mind

    by Lauren Tortora
    This is the story of Lily, a bright little girl with a big imagination. Lily is excited about practicing and using her imagination in silly and creative ways, until she creates some monsters. They get her into lots of trouble. She can't eat, she can't sleep, and she can't get rid of the crazy monsters that seem to have moved into her room. Will she be able to overcome her fears and continue to create pictures in her mind? Or will she decide the only answer is to get rid of her imagination? This ... more

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