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“Stretch: Unlock the Power of Less-and Achieve More…”
by Scott Sonenshein

“My Utmost for His Highest:
 An Updated Edition…”
by Oswald Chambers

“Cancer Mom: Hearing God in an Unknown Journey,”
by Susan Parris

“A World in Disarray: American Foreign Policy…”
by Richard Haass

“TEAS V Study Guide 2016…for the TEAS Version 5 Exam”

“National Wildlife Federation Field Guide to Trees of North America”

“The Undoing Project:
A Friendship that
Changed our Minds,”
by Michael Lewis

“Matchbox Toys,”
by Nick Jones

“Ben Franklin’s Almanac of Wit, Wisdom and Practical Advice…”

“The Mountain Laurel Cookbook: A Collection of Stovetop Memories…”

“Elvis Style:
From Zoot Suits to Jumpsuits,”
by Zoey Goto

“The Princess Diarist,”
by Carrie Fisher

“Settle for More,”
by Megyn Kelly

“The Swamp Fox:
How Francis Marion Saved
the American Revolution,”
by John Oller

“Same Kind of
 Different as Me…”
by Ron Hall

“Ghosts of the
Graham Mansion,”
by Thomas D. Perry


“If I’m Found,”
by Terri Blackstock

“The Betrayed Fiancée,”
by Wanda E. Brunstetter

“The Missing Will,”
by Wanda E. Brunstetter

“The Selfless Act,”
by Wanda E. Brunstetter

“A Perfect Obsession,”
by Heather Graham

“The Dry,”
by Jane Harper

by Peter Heller

“The Dead Zone,”
by Stephen King

“If Not For You,”
by Debbie Macomber

“Dark Chocolate Demise,”
by Jenn McKinlay

“Going, Going, Ganache,”
by Jenn McKinlay

“Behind Her Eyes,”
by Sarah Pinborough

“The Girl Who
Knew Too Much,”
by Amanda Quick

“Against All Odds,”
by Danielle Steel

“Chicken Soup for the Golden Soul: Heartwarming Stories for People 60 and Over”

“Driving Miss Norma: One Family’s Journey Saying
“Yes” to Living,”
by Tim Bauerschmidt

“The Jersey Brothers:
A Missing Naval Officer i
n the Pacific…”
by Sally Mott Freeman


“An Amish Home:
 Four Novellas,”
by various authors

“You’ll Think of Me,”
by Robin Lee Hatcher

“No Easy Target,”
by Iris Johansen

“With Love,
Wherever You Are,”
by Dandi Daley Mackall

“Crash and Burn,”
by Fern Michaels

“The Girl Who
Knew Too Much,”
by Amanda Quick

“One Perfect Lie,”
by Lisa Scottoline

“Fast and Loose,”
by Stuart Woods


“Collateral Damage”


“National Treasure”

“Rio Bravo”



“Little White Lies,”
by Ace Atkins

“A Twist of Faith,”
by Pepper Basham

“The Thorn Bearer,”
by Pepper Basham

“The Thorn Healer,”
by Pepper Basham

“Price of Duty,”
by Dale Brown

“The Farmers’ Market Mishap,” by Wanda E. Brunstetter

“Twice Loved,”
by Wanda E. Brunstetter

by Michelle Markey Butler

“Running Around and Such,” by Linda Byler

“The Stolen Child,”
by Lisa Carey

“Redwood Bend,”
by Robyn Carr

“My Husband’s Wife,”
by Jane Corry

by B. J. Daniels

by B. J. Daniels

“Honor Bound,” by B. J. Daniels

by B. J. Daniels

by B. J. Daniels

by B. J. Daniels

“The Growing Season,”
by Jiffy Day

“The Girl Before,”
by J. P. Delaney

“Love Finds You in Mackinac Island, Michigan,”
by Melanie B. Dobson

“The Arrangement,”
by Sarah Dunn

“Their Finest,”
by Lissa Evans

“Little Deaths,”
by Emma Flint

“A Plain Death,”
by Amanda Flower

“A Plain Disappearance,”
by Amanda Flower

“The Corners of the Globe,”
by Robert Goddard

“Amish Sweethearts,”
by Leslie Gould

“Amish Weddings,”
by Leslie Gould

“Dying Breath,”
by Heather Graham

“Bella Poldark: A Novel of Cornwall, 1818-1820,”
by Winston Graham

“The Angry Tide: A Novel of Cornwall, 1798-1799,”
by Winston Graham

“The Loving Cup:
A Novel of Cornwall,
by Winston Graham

“The Miller’s Dance:
A Novel of Cornwall,
by Winston Graham

“The Stranger from the Sea:
 A Novel of Cornwall,
by Winston Graham

“The Twisted Sword,”
by Winston Graham

“A Gathering in Hope,”
by Philip Gulley

by Yaa Gyasi

“The Runaway Midwife,”
by Patricia Harman

“The Silent Wife,”
by A. S. A. Harrison

“Walking On My Grave,”
by Carolyn G. Hart

“The Dressmaker’s Dowry,”
by Meredith Jaegar

by Sarah Jio

“Gwendy’s Button Box,”
by Stephen King

“The Couple Next Door,”
by Shari Lapena

“The Fallen,”
by Eric Lustbader

“Thrill Me,”
by Susan Mallery

“Naughty Housewives,”
by Ernest Morris

“Naughty Housewives 2,”
by Ernest Morris

“Pretty Paper:
A Christmas Tale,”
by Willie Nelson

“Decanting a Murder,”
by Nadine Nettmann

by Ann Patchett

“16th Seduction,”
by James Patterson

“The Girl Who Knew Too Much,”
by Amanda Quick

“Doctor Lovebeads,”
by Gary Reilly

“The Asphalt Warrior,”
by Gary Reilly

“Ticket to Hollywood,”
by Gary Reilly

“Come Sundown,”
by Nora Roberts

“The Collector,”
by Nora Roberts

“A Killing Season,”
by Priscilla Royal

“Covenant with Hell,”
by Priscilla Royal

“Land of Shadows,”
by Priscilla Royal

“Satan’s Lullaby,”
by Priscilla Royal

“The Proud Sinner,”
by Priscilla Royal
“The Sanctity of Hate,”
by Priscilla Royal

“Valley of Dry Bones,”
by Priscilla Royal

“Home Sweet Home,”
by April Smith

“Because It’s Christmas,”
by Katherine Spencer

“Against All Odds,”
by Danielle Steel

by Scott Turow

“The Unfinished Gift,”
by Dan Walsh



“Girl Code: Gaming, Going Viral, and Getting it Done,” by Andrea Gonzales

“Unfiltered: No Shame, No Regrets, Just Me,”
by Lily Collins


“The Upside of Unrequited,” by Becky Albertalli

by A. K. Benedict

“Lord of Shadows,”
by Cassandra Clare

“Always and Forever,
Lara Jean,”
by Jenny Han

“Crazy House,”
by James Paterson

“Set You Free,”
by Jeff Ross

by Kelsey Sutton

“Fight for Power,”
by Eric Walters

“The Rule of Thre3,”
by Eric Walters

“Will to Survive,”
by Eric Walters


“Class,” by
A. K. Benedict

“100 Hours,”
by Rachel Vincent


I Love Virginia
State Parks
Nature Backpack


“The Lost Staff of Wonders,” by Raymond Arroyo

“Miss Ellicott’s School for the Magically Minded,”
by Sage Blackwood

“Dark Shadows,”
by Doreen Cronin

“Baseball Genius,”
by Tim Green

“The Ire of Iron Claw,”
by K. R. Hamilton

“The Mesmer Menace,”
by K. R. Hamilton

“Case of the Clones,”
by Ada Hopper

“Don’t Disturb the Dinosaurs,” by Ada Hopper

“March of the Mini Beasts,” by Ada Hopper

“Robots Rule the School,” by Ada Hopper

“The Sky is Falling,”
by Ada Hopper

“Lord and Lady Bunny:
 Almost Royalty!”
by Polly Horvath

by Ingrid Law

“Carnival at Candlelight,”
 by Mary Pope Osborne

“The Cat Stole My Pants,”
 by Stephan Pastis

“Kingdom Keepers VI:
Dark Passage,”
by Ridley Pearson

“The Insider,”
by Ridley Pearson

“The Syndrome,”
by Ridley Pearson

“A Dragon’s Guide to Making Perfect Wishes,”
by Laurence Yep


“The DK Children’s
Illustrated Dictionary,”
by John McIlwain

by K. M. Kostyal

“Yoga for You,”
by Rebecca Rissman

“Hacks for Minecrafters:
The Unofficial Guide
to Tips and Tricks…”
 by Megan Miller

“Hacks for Minecrafters: Combat Edition…”
by Megan Miller

“Hacks for Minecrafters: Master Builder…”
by Megan Miller

“A Song About Myself,”
by John Keats

“Our Country’s Presidents,”
by Ann Bausum


“Little Women,”
 by Louisa May Alcott

“The Wearle,”
by Chris D’Lacey

“Charlie and the
 Great Glass Elevator,”
by Roald Dahl

“Disney Pixar
Storybook Collection”

Storybook Collection”

“The Call of the Wild,”
by Jack London


 by Mac Barnett

“Biscuit Flies a Kite,”
by Alyssa Satin Capucilli

“I Love Mom…with the
Very Hungry Caterpillar,”
by Eric Carle

“I am Not Sleepy
and I Will Not Go to Bed,”
by Lauren Child

“Dad and the Dinosaur,”
by Gennifer Choldenko

“Maisy Goes
to the Local Bookstore,”
by Lucy Cousins

“The Lion King”

“Bugs for Lunch,”
by Margery Facklam

“Around the Pond,”
by Lindsay Barrett George

“The Princess in Black,”
 by Shannon Hale

“The Princess in Black and the Hungry Bunny Horde,”
by Shannon Hale

“The Princess in Black and the Perfect Princess Party,” by Shannon Hale

“The Princess in Black Takes a Vacation,” by Shannon Hale

“Moo Moo in a Tutu,”
by Tim Miller

“Curious George
Builds a Tree House,”
by Julie Tibbott

“Jing’s Family,”
by Elliot Riley

“Miguel’s Family,” by Elliot Riley

“The Sea Lion,”
by Cynthia Rylant

“Princess Cora
and the Crocodile,”
by Laura Amy Schlitz

“What’s Wrong with Timmy?”
by Maria Shriver

“If Your Monster
Won’t Go to Bed,”
 by Denise Vega

“McDuff Saves the Day,”
by Rosemary Wells

“Say Hello, Sophie!”
by Rosemary Wells


“The Ugly Duckling and Other Stories,” by H. C. Andersen