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Non Fiction Books
Best foot forward by
Call Number: Library - Fiction F BAU
Jenna Boller is dripping with newfound maturity after her life-altering summer on the road. She has a job she loves at Gladstone Shoes, a best friend who makes her laugh, and a dysfunctional family she's learning how to handle. Jenna feels ready for anything--until Tanner Cobb, a guy with a past, a police record, and dangerously good looks, walks into her life. Suddenly Jenna's surrounded by crises, including a shoe empire on the verge of crumbling.
Lobster boy by
Call Number: Library - Fiction F PHI
An inspirational and compelling story of life as the underdog and survival against the savagery of nature. 12-year-old Samuel `Skiff' Beaman is a boy with incredible determination in the face of adversity: how to able to get the family business, and his dad, back on track.
Not for a billion gazillion dollars by
Call Number: Library - Fiction F DAN
Eleven-year-old Matthew, trying desperately to earn enough to buy a coveted computer program, learns the importance of money and eventually starts his own business
The cinnamon tree by
Call Number: Library - Fiction F FLE
International landmine trade is big business that causes Yola's leg when an explosion happened. After receiving treatment, she wants to educate her people about the dangers of landmines that forced her to fight for her beliefs to the bitter end.
The devil's acre by
Call Number: Library - Fiction F PLA
Spring, 1853. After a triumphant display at the Great Exhibition in London, the legendary American entrepreneur and inventor Colonel Samuel Colt expands his gun-making business into England.
What price to take hold of the devil's right hand?
The switch by
Call Number: Library - Fiction F HOR
For Tad Spencer, only son of a fabulously wealthy businessman, every day is like Christmas. Until he makes the mistake of wishing he was someone else.
The van by
Call Number: Library - Adult Fiction F DOY
Jimmy Rabbitte Sr. is unemployed and is rapidly running out of money.His best friend Bimbo has been made redundant and the two old friends look like they are running out of options until Bimbo finds a dilapidated fish and chips van and the two decide to go into business...