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I Can Be a Movie Star (Barbie)

by Random House

Barbie can be a movie star! This hardcover storybook collection casts Barbie in her first three film roles: glamorous countess, rodeo champion, and secret agent. It's three books in one! Girls who love the highly successful I Can Be toys will love this I Can Be series.From the Hardcover edition.

I Can Be a Teacher (Barbie)

by Kellee Riley Mary Man-Kong

Barbie loves to teach! In this Step 2 reader based on Mattel's popular I Can Be line, Barbie spends the day in a classroom and learns how to be the best teacher she can be. Girls ages 4 to 6 will want Barbie to be their teacher, too!From the Trade Paperback edition.

I Can Be an Actress/I Can Be a Computer Engineer (Barbie)

by Susan Marenco

Barbie can be an actress and a computer engineer! Barbie plays a pretty princess in a play--then saves her sister's school computer project. With two great all-new stories, girls 3-7 will love this I Can Be deluxe storybook!

I Can Be...A Baby Doctor (Barbie)

by Kristen L. Depken Das Grup

Girls ages 4 to 6 love babies, and they will love reading about Barbie as she learns all about a baby doctor in this Step Into Reading leveled reader.

I Can Be President (Barbie)

by Christy Webster Kellee Riley

Barbie has been a ballerina, a pet vet, a teacher, and a horse rider--and now she runs for class president in this Step 2 reader timed perfectly for the 2012 election! Girls ages 4-6 will love learning what it takes to be president with the one and only Barbie.

I Can Be...A Zoo Vet/I Can Be...A Cheerleader (Barbie)

by Kellee Riley

Barbie can be a zoo vet, a cheerleader, and more! Young girls ages 3-7 can read about Barbie as she takes care of koalas, pandas, and dolphins at the zoo and helps her favorite team by cheering them on with dance moves and cheers. This deluxe 8x8 is two great books in one--and with 4 sheets of stickers, girls will be cheering with joy!

I Can Count to Ten and Back Again

by Linda Hayward

When Big Bird runs a convenience store, he tries to store things that he thinks his friends would like to buy. Will they buy what he thinks they will like or will they surprise him?

I Can Do It! (Sesame Street)

by Sarah Albee Larry Di Fiore

Mastering new skills is a part of growing up and every stage of development is marked by such learning. But sometimes a child will have a hard time with a new challenge. So here are Elmo, Big Bird, and their Sesame Street friends (including Grover, Zoe, Bert, Ernie, Rosita, and Telly) to show kids that it's terrific to learn how to do something new, and also, that if you get stuck, you can always ask for help from a parent, a teacher, a sibling, or a friend. And even asking for a hand can be a little bit hard at first! This Step 1 Step into Reading emphasizes core Sesame Street values of cooperation, friendship, and trying new things. The short rhyming text will please children who are just beginning to read on their own.From the Trade Paperback edition.

I Can Do It Too!

by Karen Baicker Ken Wilson-Max

This heartwarming story reminds us how satisfying it is to grow up surrounded by love. I Can Do It Too! affirms a little girl's growing independence as she, too, can begin to do all the things she sees her parents, relatives and neighbors do: pouring juice at breakfast, strumming a guitar, and even riding a bike! The simple cadence of text and direct-to-the-heart art result in a book as warm and generous as its message, providing reading pleasure for toddlers, older siblings, and the grown-ups who love them.

I Can Do That! Woodworking Projects

by Edited By David Thiel

Beginning woodworkers (or experienced woodworkers that are in a hurry) can build these top-quality projects quickly and efficiently. Each project requires a minimum of tools (only hand and portable power tools) and a minimum of woodworking experience. These projects need only inexpensive materials that are easily found at your local home center stores, saving you time and money. This book includes a training manual for using each tool, making it perfect for the beginning woodworker. The projects are not the typical napkin holders. They are tasteful and useful, making this book a good choice for the experienced woodworker in a hurry!

I Can Feel Blue On Monday

by Marc Maurer

The title vignette involves a teacher who is determined that a young boy (who is blind) should be able to feel the color of the piece of paper which she gives him. When he assures her that this is not possible, the teacher badgers him until he answers: "I can feel blue on Monday." He is sent to the principal's office for punishment. The principal is a wise man, and the "punishment" is quite fun. "The present volume, I Can Feel Blue on Monday, is number nineteen in the [Kernel Book] series. Here you will meet old friends and new-the real blind men and women whose stories tell what blindness is and, perhaps equally important, what it is not. Although our problems often seem complex, they frequently result from simple matters of misunderstanding and lack of information. ... How does a blind tourist absorb the splendor of the palace of the Imperial Chinese Emperor? What about the woman with failing eyesight who can no longer see the beautiful wings of a butterfly-can she no longer hope to experience those magical moments of beauty which once moved her to tears? And, finally, if (as Thomas Edison once said) 80 percent of all we learn comes through the eye, can our hope for normal lives be anything more than a futile dream?

I Can Hear The Mourning Dove

by James W. Bennett

Grace tried to kill herself three months after her father died. Grace is trying to put her life back together with the help of a sympathetic therapist and the confidence born of a few new friendships, especially with rebellious Luke Wolfe. At first, Grace fears Luke, but she begins to see beneath his angry surface and the two enter into the first real friendship that either of them has ever had.

I Can Make You Thin: The Revolutionary System Used by More Than 3 Million People

by Paul Mckenna

Paul McKenna, PhD, is the most popular nonfiction author in the UK and his television shows have been watched by millions of people in 42 countries around the world. He has worked with Hollywood movie stars, Olympic gold medalists, rock stars, business leaders, and royalty. Now it's your turn!

I Can (Phonics Reader, 6)

by Wiley Blevins

Dad ask Nan Jan and Sam to find different things in the park. A Beginning Reader for teaching children to read.

I Can Read It! Book 2

by John Holzmann

Enables children to improve their vocabulary skills through stories, humor and interesting action.

I Can Read It! Word Lists

by John Holzmann

This volume of I Can Read it! series shows spelling patterns and keeps them as simple as possible to make them easier to understand.

I Can See You (The Midnight Library #7)

by Damien Graves

Michael is afraid of the dark. Soon, he'll realize there's nothing to fear except fear itself -- until he meets the hideous things that stalk him in the night. This story is joined by two additional tales for this frightening collection.

I Can't Believe it's History!

by Katy Keck Arnsteen Donna Guthrie

How many gallons of water did the average Roman citizen use in a day? Find out in this funny and informative book, which provides information on the origins of such vitally important items as the potato, the postage stamp, the toilet, and the high-heeled shoe.

I Can't Believe It's Not Fattening! Over 150 Ridiculously Easy Recipes for the Super Busy

by Devin Alexander

From the "New York Times"-bestselling author of "The Biggest Loser" cookbooks comes a collection of amazingly simple, quick, and decadent recipes that taste sinful but are 100-percent guilt-free.

I Can't Get Over It: A Handbook for Trauma Survivors (2nd edition)

by Aphrodite Matsakis

The author, Aphrodite Matsakis, Ph.D., is clinical coordinator for the Vietnam Veterans' Outreach Center in Silver Springs, Maryland. She also conducts a private psychotherapy practice, specializing in post-traumatic stress disorder and child sexual abuse. In this ground-breaking book, Dr. Matsakis explains that post-traumatic stress disorder affects not just soldiers, but also survivors of many other types of trauma including: crime, family violence, vehicular accidents, sexual abuse, rape and natural catastrophes. "I Can't Get Over It" directly addresses survivors of trauma. It explains the nature of PTSD and describes the healing process. This book will help readers find out whether they have PTSD, cope with post-traumatic anger, grief, and survivor guilt, recognize related problems such as depression, substance abuse, compulsive behavior, and low self-esteem, identify "triggers" that set off flashbacks, anxiety attacks, and other symptoms, relieve wounding caused by others' blaming and insensitivity and gain a sense of empowerment and hope for the future.

I Can't Keep My Own Secrets

by Larry Smith Rachel Fershleiser

One life. Six words. What's yours? True tales of love, loss, good friends, and bad hair days filled Not Quite What I Was Planning, the New York Times bestselling first book in the Six-Word Memoir series-and an international phenomenon. Some of the most compelling were by teens, so now SMITH Magazine has compiled a book written entirely by these bold, brash truth-tellers. From cancer to creativity, prom dates to promiscuity, and breaking hearts to breaking laws, the memoirs in this collection reveal that often the youngest writers have the most fascinating stories to tell. Met online; love before first sight. Hair's pink to piss you off. I fulfilled my awkwardness quota today. I'm seventeen, engaged, and not pregnant. My mom had my boyfriend deported. Late for school every single day. According to Facebook, we broke up.

I Can't Keep My Own Secrets: Six-Word Memoirs by Teens Famous and Obscure

by Larry Smith Rachel Fershleiser

This is a book with over 600 authors (all aged thirteen to nineteen) and 600 characters (all real, as far as we know) and 600 stories (which can be read in any order). What every story has in common is that each was written about the author's own life, and that each is the exact same length: six words.

I, Che Guevara

by John Blackthorn

In Cuba, Castro has finally relinquished power. . . . now a mysterious exile (Che Guevara?) returns to finish the revolution. When a strange man appears in rural towns around Cuba quietly advocating a new kind of politics he calls "the True Republic," old-timers begin to suspect that the elderly stranger, who calls himself Ernesto Blanco, may actually be the martyr Ernesto "Che" Guevara. Shortly after Blanco's appearance, Fidel Castro steps down from power in exchange for a commitment from the United States to recognize Cuba and lift the crippling embargo. Two traditional parties quickly form: one is a successor to the Communist Party and the other is composed of U.S. and Mafia-backed Cuban exiles. As the True Republic movement spreads like wildfire throughout Cuba, each faction devises a plot to get rid of Ernesto Blanco-by assassination if necessary.

I Ching For Writers

by Sarah Jane Sloane

I Ching interpretations and exercises intended for writers of all sorts. Suggestions for increasing imagination, creative thinking and writing skills based on I Ching hexagrams.

I Ching in Ten Minutes

by Richard T. Kaser

Using the unique methods revealed in this book, readers can cast and interpret the I Ching instantly, without countless hours of study and practice. This book deciphers the meanings of I Ching's trigams and hexagrams in easy-to-understand language, offering explanations that are relevant to contemporary society.

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