children books displayChildren’s Books are many! From Board Books, to Golden Books to Sesame Street to Dr. Seuss and more! Hardcovers, Softcovers, all and any.

Robert Munsch, Sandra Boynton, Mo Williams, Philip C. Stead, Kevin Henkes, Jonathan London, Ian Falconer, William Steig, Oliver Jeffers, Ezra Jack Keats, John Cleese, Madonna, Charles, Prince of Wales, Sarah, Duchess of York, Eric Carle, Bill Martin Jr., Helen Oxenbury, Rosemary Wells, Stan & Jan Berenstein, Beatrix Potter, Jan Brett, Marcia Brown, Anthony Browne, Joanna Cole, Trina Schart Hyman, Walt Disney, Sesame Street, Dr. Seuss,….

Curious George, Mother Goose, Snow White, ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Nursery Rhymes, Peter Rabbit, La Strega Nona, and so many more!

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Fiction. This is where we group together a few different genre or classifications.

  • Mystery: usually involves a murder, something or someone lost. Suspenseful, but not overly scary…I think…

In this section, we have, Sue Grafton, Linda Fairstein, Mary Higgins Clark, Sarah Paretsky, Lee Child, Jeffery Deaver, Michael Connelly, P. D. James, Louise Penny, Agatha Christie, Walter Mosley, Raymond Chandler, Patricia Cornwell, Ruth Rendell, David Baldacci, G. K. Chesterton, Lawrence Block, Gillian Flynn, Dashiell Hammett, Laura Lippman, John D. MacDonald, Anne Perry, James Patterson, Rex Stout, Elmore Leonard, Harlan Coben, Tana French, Josephine Tey, Karen Slaughter, Ngaio Marsh, Janet Evanovich, J. A. Jance, Martin Cruz Smith, Lisa Scottoline, Stieg Larsson, Brad Meltzer, Tess Gerritson, Iris Johanssen, Carolyn Hart, Sandra Brown, Jeffrey Archer, Jo Bannister, Linda Barnes, Nevada Barr, Rita Mae Brown, Edna Buchanan, Jan Burke,  Cleo Coyle, Diane Mott Davidson, P. T. Deutermann, Colin Dexter, James Ellroy, Joanne Fluke, Gillian Galbraith, Elizabeth George, Lisa Gardner, Leslie Glass, Martha Grimes, Tony Hillerman, Robert B. Parker, Alex Kava, Jonathan Kellerman, Joyce Carol Oates, Ellis Peters, Ellery Queen, Alfred Hitchcock, …..

  • Historical Fiction: novels based in the 20th century and earlier.

Phillipa Gregory, Ken Follett, Bernard Cornwell, Tracy Chevalier, Diana Gabaldon, Robert Graves, Mary Renault, Toni Morrison, Colleen McCullough, Elizabeth Chadwick, Anya Seton, Patrick O’Brian, Dorothy Dunnett, Robert Harris, Sarah Waters, Edward Rutherfurd, Margaret Mitchell, Pat Barker, Lisa See, Colson Whitehead, Conn Iggulden, Georgette Heyer, James A. Michener, Charles Frazier, Anthony Doerr, Gore Vidal, John Jakes, Sarah Dunant, Edith Mary Pargeter, Jane Auel, Bruce Alexander, Kevin Baker, David Ball, Pat Barker, Taylor Caldwell, Caleb Carr, Jack Cavanaugh, James Clavell, Catherine Cookson, E. L. Doctorow, Howard Fast, Sara Donati, C. S. Forester, Winston Graham, Gary Jennings, M. M. Kaye, Morgan Llywelyn, Jean Plaidy, Rafael Sabatini, Rose Tremain, Leon Uris, Barbara Wood, Herman Wouk, Frank Yerby, Susan Vreeland, Irving Stone, Mary Renault, Audry Howard …

  • Adventure: fiction that usually presents danger, split decisions, sense of excitement, a rush. This could be fiction in today’s world or in the past.

Clive Cussler, H. Rider Haggard, Ian Fleming, Michael Crichton, Tom Clancy, Edgar Wallace, Alistair MacLean, John Buchan, G. A. Henty, Eric Ambler, Matthew Reilly, R. M. Ballantyne, Arthur Ransome, Rosemary Sutcliff, James Rollins, Robert Ludlum, Jack Du Brul, Geoffrey Trease, Erskine Childers, Dirk Cussler, Wilbur Smith, Douglas Preston, Don Pendleton, Georgie Parker, Dirk Pitt, Justin Scott, T. B. F. Copp, Frederick H. Costello, Beatrice Hastings, J. Allen Bosworth, Paolo Coelho, Kate Orman,  Eve Palmer, Lucy Hawking, Mark Cameron, Dan Brown, Walter Scott, Alexandre Dumas, Jules Verne, Robert Louis Stevenson, Baroness Orczy, Jack London, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Johnston McCulley, Robert E. Howard, Sol Yurick, David Roberts, George MacDonald Fraser, Johann David Wyss, Antoine de Saint-Exupery, Charles Nordhoff, B. Traven, Ernest Hemingway, Trevanian, Joseph Heller, Kurt Vonnegut Jr., Erich Maria Remarque, Jack Higgins, Chris Ryan, Brad Thor, W. E. B. Griffin, Ernst Jünger,…..

  • Horror: has a great explanation of  horror stories 

“A genre of speculative fiction which is intended to frighten, scare, disgust, or startle its readers by inducing feelings of horror and terror. Literary historian J. A. Cuddon defined the horror story as “a piece of fiction in prose of variable length… which shocks, or even frightens the reader, or perhaps induces a feeling of repulsion or loathing”. It creates an eerie and frightening atmosphere. Horror is frequently supernatural, though it might be non supernatural. Often the central menace of a work of horror fiction can be interpreted as a metaphor for the larger fears of a society.”

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Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Bram Stoker, H. P. Lovecraft, Clive Barker, Anne Rice, Mary Shelley, Peter Straub, John Saul, Ramsay Campbell, Joe Hill, Daphne Du Maurier, Paul G. Tremblay, Robert R. McCammon, Jack Ketchum, Susan Hill, R. L. Stine, Thomas Harris, James Herbert, Ira Levin, Octavia E. Butler, Richard Laymon, Caitlin R. Kiernan, Seanan McGuire, Henry James, V. C. Andrews, Linda Addison, Leigh Blackmore, Korban Blake, Guy Boothby, Jorge Luis Borges, Marjorie Bowen, Peter Cannon, Mort Castle, Lincoln Child, Michael Cisco, Simon Clark, Douglas Clegg, Caroline B. Cooney, Linda Crockett, Ted Dekker, Keith Donohue, Harlan Ellison, Elizabeth Engstrom, Stephen Gallager, Ray Garton, Ed Gorman, Charles L. Grant, Rain Graves, Laurell K. Hamilton, Thomas Harris, Victor Heck, James Herbert, Joe Hill, Brian A. Hopkins, Halo Hopkinson, Shaun Hutson, K. W. Jeter, Ruby Jean Jensen, Franz Kafka, Ronald Kelly, Marc Laidlaw, Ira Levin, Bentley Little, Brian Lumley, Jonathan Maberry, Ronald Malfi, Elizabeth Massie, Walter de la Mare, Richard Marsh, Michael Moorcock, Richard Matheson, Gary Myers, Yvonne Navarro, Chuck Palahniuk, Frank E. Perretti, Christopher Pike, Wayne Robbins, Michael Shea, Michael Slade, Robert Swindells, Tom Tryon, Lisa Tuttle, Tim Waggoner, Edith Wharton,…..

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