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I Begin My Life All Over: The Hmong and the American Immigrant Experience

by Lillian Faderman Ghia Xiong

I Begin My Life All Over is an oral history of 36 real-life strangers in a strange land, an intimate study of the immigrant experience in contemporary America.

I Believe in Visions

by Kenneth E. Hagin

Kenneth E Hagin described the visions he had of Jesus and the impact these visions had on his life and faith in God.

I Believe in You

by Marianne Richmond

The follow-up to the hugely successful If I Could Keep You Little (100,000 in print), I Believe in You showcases the spirit of a parent who is on a child's team no matter what. From a beloved bestselling author who has touched the lives of millions, Marianne's evocative text and beautiful illustrations will speak straight to a parent's heart, exploring that feeling of unwavering support. Sure to become a new fan favorite, I Believe in You evocatively portrays the complex and tender emotions all parents have for their children.

I Brake For Bad Boys

by Shannon Mckenna Janelle Denison Lori Foster

Some men are mad, bad, and dangerous to know. But who would want them any other way?Drive Me Wild by New York Times Bestselling Author Lori FosterErica Lee is used to having the upper hand in work and in love. But most men are intimidated by her. When friends dare her to find a sex slave to fulfill her every whim, Erica sets her sights on handsome, mischievous Ian Conrad, who's about to turn the tables on her . . . Touch Me by New York Times Bestselling Author Shannon McKennaMassage therapist Tess Langley prefers to down play her beauty and focus on her work. Until gorgeous Jonah Markham offers her an outrageous sum of money to tend to guests at his mountain hideaway. Though he's promised to be a good boy, she has no idea just how good he can be . . . Something Wilde by USA Today Bestselling Author Janelle DenisonJill Richardson vowed never to mix business with pleasure. But that was before devastatingly handsome Eric Wilde and his promise that at work they'll be professional-but after hours, anything goes . . .

I Brake for Meltdowns: How to Handle the Most Exasperating Behavior of Your 2- to 5-Year-Old

by Michelle Nicholasen Barbara O'Neal

Any parent of a toddler knows the drill: you're having a nice day with your child, then suddenly-meltdown! How to react? Or not react? I Brake for Meltdowns offers parents welcome relief: an annotated listing of all the exasperating things little kids do and step-by-step advice on how to handle each situation. From "Public Meltdowns" to "In Search of Sleep" to "Dinner Disasters," this book covers every bugaboo by category-including biting, teeth-brushing, refusal to wear a coat, and what to do when your youngster won't hug Aunt Marge. Handy action points, suggested language, and "Been There" sidebars point the way to resolution. Infused with funny, often commiserating advice, this is an invaluable resource for parents who try their darnedest but need a cheat-sheet for when they're stumped by their willful tots.

I Can Barely Take Care of Myself

by Jen Kirkman

"You'll Change Your Mind." That's what everyone says to Jen Kirkman-- and countless women like her--when she confesses she doesn't plan to have children. But you know what? It's hard enough to be an adult. You have to dress yourself and pay bills and remember to buy birthday gifts. You have to drive and get annual physicals and tip for good service. Some adults take on the added burden of caring for a tiny human being with no language skills or bladder control. Parenthood can be very rewarding, but let's face it, so are margaritas at the adults-only pool. Jen's stand-up routine includes lots of jokes about not having kids (and some about masturbation and Johnny Depp), after which complete strangers constantly approach her and ask, "But who will take care of you when you're old?" (Servants!) Some insist, "You'd be such a great mom!" (Really? You know me so well!) Whether living rent-free in her childhood bedroom while trying to break into comedy (the best free birth control around, she says), or taking the stage at major clubs and joining a hit TV show-- and along the way getting married, divorced, and attending excruciating afternoon birthday parties for her parent friends--Jen is completely happy and fulfilled by her decision not to procreate. I Can Barely Take Care of Myself is a beacon of hilarious hope for anyone whose major life decisions have been questioned by friends, family, and strangers in a comedy club bathroom. And it should satisfy everyone who wonders if Jen will ever know true love without looking into the eyes of her child.

I Can Be a Horse Rider (Barbie)

by Jiyoung An Mary Man-Kong

Barbie has learned all about being a pet vet, a ballerina, a teacher--and now she can be a horse rider, too! Girls ages 4 to 6 love horses, and they will love reading about Barbie as she learns what it takes to be a riding champion in this Step 1 reader.

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.

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