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I Want It Now

by Sydney Molare

There's nothing hotter than a woman who knows what she wants in the bedroom--or anywhere that turns her on. In this intensely erotic collection, three lusty ladies satisfy their wildest desires--over and over again. . .. I Want It Now She has everything but the husband, so Dina does what any red-blooded modern woman would do--she mail orders a gorgeous stranger to call her own. Hard-bodied and over six feet tall, Dubois knows just how to use his hands and mouth to keep Dina moaning for more. . . If sex is a game, Chaz and Elena are master players. Nothing is taboo, they can live out any fantasy they desire, anytime, anywhere--as long as they do it with each other. . . Topaz is ready for some one-on-one action. The problem is, how to choose between her three husbands? There's only one way to narrow it down: put each man's talents to the test, one scorching lovemaking session at a time. . .. "A sizzling smorgasbord of dishes that whet the appetite for more, more, more! The characters are hot, sexy and passionate. This book will definitely keep you satisfied." --Romantic Times on Satisfy Me Tonight

I Want It That Way

by Ann Aguirre

Nadia Conrad has big dreams, and she's determined to make them come true. But between maintaining her college scholarship and working at the local day care to support herself, dating's the last thing on her mind. Then she moves into a new apartment and meets the taciturn yet irresistible guy in 1B.... Daniel Tyler has grown up too fast. Becoming a single dad at twenty turned his life upside down-and brought him heartache he can't risk again. Now, as he raises his four-year-old son while balancing a full-time construction management job and night classes, the last thing he wants is noisy students living in the apartment upstairs. But one night, Nadia's and Ty's paths cross, and soon they can't stay away from each other. The timing is all wrong-but love happens when it happens. And you can't know what you truly need until you stand to lose it.

I Want My Epidural Back: Adventures in Mediocre Parenting

by Karen Alpert

Now that I'm a mom, I know the most painful part isn't getting something giant through your hooha. It's having a real live child.If you are the kind of mom who shapes your kiddo's organic quinoa into reproductions of the Mona Lisa, do not read this book. If you stayed up past midnight to create posters for your PTO presidential campaign, do not read this book. If you look down your nose at parents who have Domino's pizza on speed dial, do not read this book.But if you are the kind of parent who accidentally goes ballistic on your rugrats every morning because they won't put their shoes on and then you feel super guilty about it all day so you take them to McDonald's for a special treat but really it's because you opened up your freezer and panicked because you forgot to buy more frozen pizzas, then absolutely read this book.I Want My Epidural Back is a celebration of mediocre parents and how awesome they are and how their kids love them just as much as children with perfect parents. Karen Alpert's honest but hilarious observations, stories, quips and pictures will have you nodding your head and peeing in your pants. Or on the toilet if you're smart and read it there.

I Want My Hat Back

by Jon Klassen

A New York Times Best Illustrated Children's Book of 2011! A picture-book delight by a rising talent tells a cumulative tale with a mischievous twist. The bear's hat is gone, and he wants it back. Patiently and politely, he asks the animals he comes across, one by one, whether they have seen it. Each animal says no, some more elaborately than others. But just as the bear begins to despond, a deer comes by and asks a simple question that sparks the bear's memory and renews his search with a vengeance. Told completely in dialogue, this delicious take on the classic repetitive tale plays out in sly illustrations laced with visual humor-- and winks at the reader with a wry irreverence that will have kids of all ages thrilled to be in on the joke.<P><P> Images and image descriptions available.<P> Winner of the Theodore Seuss Geisel Honor

I Want My Life Back!

by Lorraine Bosse-Smith

We live in a fast-food society and seem to live on the trend mill at warp speed. This book offers help, guidance, and encouragement to the woman on life's journey who wishes her life had more quality. And to be honest, she feels like someone has taken her life, and she wants it back! "Lorraine Bossé-Smith provides counsel, examples, and plans to help the reader find a quality of life that is enriching and rewarding. Her book is chock-full of personal testimony and positive ways of meeting and overcoming stress." -Johnnie C. Godwin, author of Syzygy: Living a Powerfully Aligned Life "How very impressive! Bossé-Smith gives us workable, simple, and inspiring ways to take control of our lives. All of my Regional VPs will have this as required reading." -Amy S. Harrison, CEO, Innovative Solutions for Youth, Inc. Lorraine Bossé-Smith is a consultant, coach, trainer, and writer. She is the President of Concept One located in Murrieta, California, but serves clients across the country. She helps people to enhance their communication, create stronger relationships, increase productivity, and improve the quality of their life. Lorraine is in the 2005 Who's Who of Female Executives and the 2000 Who's Who of Entrepreneurs. In addition, Lorraine is an AFAA Certified Fitness Instructor able to teach: Precision Cycle, Sports Conditioning, Kickboxing, aerobics, Forever Fit (seniors) and Pilates Mat. She is an active individual who loves to play tennis, hike, bike, and enjoy life to its fullest!

I Want My MTV: The Uncensored Story of the Music Video Revolution

by Rob Tannenbaum Craig Marks

Named One of the Best Books of 2011 by NPR - Spin - USA Today - CNBC - Pitchfork - The Onion - The Atlantic - The Huffington Post - VEVO - The Boston Globe - The San Francisco Chronicle For fans of VJ: The Unplugged Adventures of MTV's First Wave Remember the first time you saw Michael Jackson dance with zombies in "Thriller"? Diamond Dave karate kick with Van Halen in "Jump"? Tawny Kitaen turning cartwheels on a Jaguar to Whitesnake's "Here I Go Again"? The Beastie Boys spray beer in "(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party)"? Axl Rose step off the bus in "Welcome to the Jungle"? Remember When All You Wanted Was Your MTV? It was a pretty radical idea-a channel for teenagers, showing nothing but music videos. It was such a radical idea that almost no one thought it would actually succeed, much less become a force in the worlds of music, television, film, fashion, sports, and even politics. But it did work. MTV became more than anyone had ever imagined. I Want My MTV tells the story of the first decade of MTV, the golden era when MTV's programming was all videos, all the time, and kids watched religiously to see their favorite bands, learn about new music, and have something to talk about at parties. From its start in 1981 with a small cache of videos by mostly unknown British new wave acts to the launch of the reality-television craze with The Real World in 1992, MTV grew into a tastemaker, a career maker, and a mammoth business. Featuring interviews with nearly four hundred artists, directors, VJs, and television and music executives, I Want My MTV is a testament to the channel that changed popular culture forever. .

I Want My Mummy (Bloodhounds, Inc. #8)

by Bill Myers

Madcap MYSTERIES With a MESSAGE! Who is the secretive new stranger living in the small town of Midvale? Why are dozens of garage doors suddenly banging open and shut? Can Bloodhounds, Inc. Detective agency stop an angry mob . . . before it's too late? After the priceless mummy of King Tut Tut 33rd disappears from Midvale Museum, Sean and Melissa Hunter, owners of Bloodhounds, Inc., start digging up clues. But when a late-night graveyard chase brings them face-to-face--or face-to-bandages, that is--with the supposed living dead, the kid sleuths need far-out faith to remember that people aren't always what they seem . . . .

I Want Those Shoes

by Paola Jacobbi

"Shoes possess magical properties," writes Italian journalist and shoe fanatic Paola Jacobbi. The allure of shoes is so powerful that they have become her fashion obsession, one she shares with millions of women, from Imelda Marcos to Sarah Jessica Parker to Joan Crawford. Here Jacobbi indulges that obsession by embarking on a witty and highly opinionated journey through the styles and cultural significance of women's footwear and our attachment to it. Jacobbi pontificates (sandals are the bikini of footwear); psychoanalyzes (the relationship between shoes and sex); has fiery beliefs (ankle boots are quite simply a no-no); and speculates (there's a little Imelda in all of us). She also offers plenty of sage advice: how to choose the right heel for your physique, how to keep shoes lasting long, why to avoid mules at all costs, and how to judge a man by his footwear. Charming, sassy, and irresistible, I Want Those Shoes! will be a perfect fit for every woman who has ever coveted, rearranged her closet to accommodate, or maxed out her credit card for one more absolutely-gotta-have-it pair of shoes.

I Want to be a Ballerina

by Anna Membrino Smiljana Coh

When Mia tries to become a ballerina just like her big sister, she discovers that getting the right outfit is just the beginning. Despite great effort, there are lots of mishaps, and Mia doesn't quite become the prima ballerina she hoped to be. But she does finally earn her true reward: time with her sister.

I Want to Be a Vet

by Dan Liebman

The I Want to Be. . . series gives young children a realistic insight into the working day of adults. Easy-to-read captions and color photographs of women and men from different cultures help children understand what's involved in each occupation. Young readers learn to respect the importance of doing a job well and appreciate the contributions these workers make to our life and the world around us. These books are perfect for reading alone or in group story times. They are certain to spark questions and encourage dialogue and prompt children to learn more about these occupations.

I Want to Be an Astronaut

by Byron Barton

From picture-book master Byron Barton, this is the perfect story for young readers who love outer space and want to know more about how NASA astronauts do their job. Up into the sky goes the space shuttle!

I Want To Be Left Behind

by Brenda Peterson

Growing up between Baptist Endtimers and apocalyptic Greensua rollicking tale of survival

I Want To Be Left Behind

by Brenda Peterson

In Brenda Peterson's unusual memoir, fundamentalism meets deep ecology. The author's childhood in the high Sierra with her forest ranger father led her to embrace the entire natural world, while her Southern Baptist relatives prepared eagerly and busily to leave this world. Peterson survived fierce "sword drill" competitions demanding total recall of the Scriptures and awkward dinner table questions ("Will Rapture take the cat, too?") only to find that environmentalists with prophecies of doom can also be Endtimers. Peterson paints such a hilarious, loving portrait of each world that the reader, too, may want to be Left Behind.

I Want to Be Left Behind

by Brenda Peterson

In Brenda Peterson's unusual memoir, fundamentalism meets deep ecology. The author's childhood in the high Sierra with her forest ranger father led her to embrace the entire natural world, while her Southern Baptist relatives prepared eagerly and busily to leave this world. Peterson survived fierce "sword drill" competitions demanding total recall of the Scriptures and awkward dinner table questions ("Will Rapture take the cat, too?") only to find that environmentalists with prophecies of doom can also be Endtimers. Peterson paints such a hilarious, loving portrait of each world that the reader, too, may want to be Left Behind.

I Want to be Ready

by Danielle Goldman

"This book will become the single most important reflection on the question of improvisation, a question which has become foundational to dance itself. The achievement ofI Want to Be Readylies not simply in its mastery of the relevant literature within dance, but in its capacity to engage dance in a deep and abiding dialogue with other expressive forms, to think improvisation through myriad sites and a rich vein of cultural diversity, and to join improvisation in dance with its manifestations in life so as to consider what constitutes dance's own politics. " ---Randy Martin, Tisch School of Arts at New York University I Want To Be Readydraws on original archival research, careful readings of individual performances, and a thorough knowledge of dance scholarship to offer an understanding of the "freedom" of improvisational dance. While scholars often celebrate the freedom of improvised performances, they are generally focusing onfreedom fromformal constraints. Drawing on the work of Michel Foucault and Houston Baker, among others, Danielle Goldman argues that this negative idea of freedom elides improvisation's greatest power. Far from representing an escape from the necessities of genre, gender, class, and race, the most skillful improvisations negotiate an ever shifting landscape of constraints. This work will appeal to those interested in dance history and criticism, and also interdisciplinary audiences in the fields of American and cultural studies. Danielle Goldman is Assistant Professor of Dance at The New School and a professional dancer in New York City, where she recently has danced for DD Dorvillier and Beth Gill.

I Want to Be Somebody New!

by Robert Lopshire

Spot, the chameleon-like leopard star of Put Me in the Zoo, is through with life in the zoo. And with changing his spots, too. Now he's into changing his shape, and he wants to be somebody new! But as Spot soon discovers, it's not easy being as big as an elephant or as tall as a giraffe or as small as a mouse. In fact, sometimes it's easiest just being yourself, as he-- and young readers--learn in this cheerful, rhyming Beginner Book about self-acceptance.

I Want to Buy a Vowel

by John Welter

"I want to buy a vowel," Alfredo Santayana said to the first American he met, a pleasant-looking old white woman standing outside of a convenience store in Waxahachie, Texas. It was one of the very few English expressions Alfredo had memorized, one that might be followed by a wondrous gift. Aside from phrases like "I want to buy a vowel," Alfredo's English is very limited. But with his new job at a restaurant, this Guatemalan immigrant is learning to speak Chinese. And when rumors of Satanic activity spark hysteria in town -- and the innocent Alfredo finds himself being threatened with everything from deportation to burning at the stake -- he also begins to learn that his rich and glittering adopted country has a dark side, too. Written by the celebrated author described by The Seattle Times as "a guy who is wildly imaginative or strange or both," I Want to Buy a Vowel is both a touching novel of the immigrant experience-- and a satire that hits the jackpot.

I Want to Eat Your Books

by Karin Lefranc Tyler Parker

He's limping strangely down the hall with outstretched arms and a groaning drawl. A zombie! Could it really be? You race to class, but turn to see he's sitting in the desk right next to you! But odds are you'll probably be okay, because this is no ordinary zombie. This zombie doesn't want to eat your brains--he wants to eat your books! Hide your textbooks and your fairy tales, because the little zombie is hungry and he doesn't discriminate between genres. Will the school library be devoured, or will the children discover something the zombie likes to do with books even more than eating them? This monster book is silly and fun, with a strong message about kindness and friendship. The little zombie teaches kids not to jump to conclusions and to give everyone a chance. And when a real-life mummy shows up, the zombie is the first to step up and offer the mummy his friendship--and to teach her a few things about the joy of books. This is the perfect monster book for little ones who want a thrill but aren't looking for anything too scary. For kids ages 3 to 6, this is not a scary monster book; rather, it's a great introduction to the importance of reading books and all that you can learn from them. This should have a big draw to librarians and booksellers as well as kids who enjoy books about monster. None of the monsters in the book are scary, however, and it's not a book about kids trying overcome the monsters in their house or fight them. Instead, the kids actually are kind to the zombie and draw him into their friend circle, which is a great lesson for kids to learn.

I Want to Enjoy My Children

by Henry Brandt Kerry L. Skinner

If you didn't plan for them -- or even if you did -- having kids may threaten to spoil the fun of marriage. Henry Brandt and Kerry Skinner's book shows how to make parenting a fascinating, pleasant journey, wherever it may lead. This biblical, practical guide is based on the truth that parents need help from a resource outside themselves -- God. Two popular authors of discipleship books (Skinner writes curriculum for Henry Blackaby Ministries) demonstrate, with anecdotes, examples, and meaningful Bible references, how to develop an inner peace with God to navigate the twists and turns of family life -- and make it enjoyable!

I Want to Hold Your Hand (Green Mountain Romance #2)

by Marie Force

For the Abbott siblings, the Green Mountain state has always been an idyllic place to call home. But it isn't until they open themselves up to love that they'll truly discover how fulfilling life can be...<P><P> Almost seven years after losing her husband in Iraq, Hannah Abbott Guthrie isn't sure she's ready--or able--to move on, but the attentions of a lifelong friend are making her think about it for the first time. The memory of the sweet kiss she shared with Nolan Roberts hasn't strayed far from her thoughts, but she also fears that pursuing something with him would mean betraying her husband's memory.Nolan has loved Hannah for years, but he'd been giving her the space she needed to heal from her devastating loss.<P> Now, when an opportunity arises to show her how he feels, Nolan can't resist, but he knows earning her love will take more than a kiss. Somehow he has to prove to Hannah that finding love twice in a lifetime is possible--and well worth risking her heart.

I Want to Kill the Dog

by Richard M. Cohen

A hilarious book by Richard M. Cohen, the New York Times bestselling author of Blindsided and Strong at the Broken Places, about living with his wife, Meredith Vieira, and her band of difficult dogs. "Has a couple ever gone to war or a spouse moved to another country because a pet came between them? Have two people other than my wife and me ever had such opposing feelings when it comes to domestic animals?" So wonders Richard M. Cohen, who has endured the beasts his wife, Meredith Vieira, has brought into the house to enrich their lives. Despite her unshakable affection for these furry creatures, the various animals have destroyed the serenity of a once calm household. Friends watch in stunned silence as the family frantically struggles to keep peace in this lawless land. Delivery people have fled in fear. Guests have cowered or simply laughed at the hideous shrieks, the current mutt's stab at intimidation. Then there are the cats that think they are ferocious jungle creatures. Weary of having animals run the show, Richard is fed up. These animals are destroying a home, and the life of one simple soul who seeks only peace and quiet. The King has been overthrown. The Queen and her court have taken over. That would be Meredith and her minions. I Want to Kill the Dog is more than a countercultural ode to those weary of the pet pedestal. It is a portrait of a marriage and of the redemptive power of humor and family when banishing the beast is not an option. .

I Want to Kill the Dog

by Richard M. Cohen

A hilarious book by Richard M. Cohen, the New York Times bestselling author of Blindsided and Strong at the Broken Places, about living with his wife, Meredith Vieira, and her band of difficult dogs. "Has a couple ever gone to war or a spouse moved to another country because a pet came between them? Have two people other than my wife and me ever had such opposing feelings when it comes to domestic animals?" So wonders Richard M. Cohen, who has endured the beasts his wife, Meredith Vieira, has brought into the house to enrich their lives. Despite her unshakable affection for these furry creatures, the various animals have destroyed the serenity of a once calm household. Friends watch in stunned silence as the family frantically struggles to keep peace in this lawless land. Delivery people have fled in fear. Guests have cowered or simply laughed at the hideous shrieks, the current mutt's stab at intimidation. Then there are the cats that think they are ferocious jungle creatures. Weary of having animals run the show, Richard is fed up. These animals are destroying a home, and the life of one simple soul who seeks only peace and quiet. The King has been overthrown. The Queen and her court have taken over. That would be Meredith and her minions. I Want to Kill the Dog is more than a countercultural ode to those weary of the pet pedestal. It is a portrait of a marriage and of the redemptive power of humor and family when banishing the beast is not an option.

I Want to Live

by Lurlene Mcdaniel

Fourteen-year-old Dawn Rochelle has had a busy year. She's been to summer camp and she's helped her brother make plans for his wedding. And Dawn has been in remission from the leukemia that threatened her life. Now she's sick again and waiting to hear the news. Has the cancer come back? Will she live to celebrate her fifteenth birthday?

I Want to Ride! [On Level, Grade 5]

by Vivienne Joseph Stephen Templer

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