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I Kissed Dating Goodbye Study Guide

by Joshua Harris

The I Kissed Dating Goodbye Study Guide, based on Joshua Harris's phenomenal bestseller, with over 300,000 copies sold, provides youth with a new resource for living a lifestyle of sincere love, true purity, and purposeful singleness. Honest and practical, this powerful study guide helps teens and young adults remap their romantic lives in the light of God's Word. It also includes healthy challenges to today's cultural assumptions about relationships and provides solid, biblical alternatives to society's norms. From the Trade Paperback edition.

I Knew You Would Call

by Kate Allen

At times hard to follow who is who and the relationships. Marta, coming out of a deep depression following an obsessive abusive relationship, gets innocently pulled into another similar dynamic via a woman she assisted on a psychic reading hotline. However, this relationship ends in a death and there is a child involved. Marta is sure that Polly is innocent and sets about proving so. Meanwhile, there are periodic intrusions from the skinhead gang living across the street from the large lesbian household. Some violence and sex.

I Knew You'd Be Lovely

by Alethea Black

Alethea Black's deeply moving and wholly original debut features a coterie of memorable characters who have reached emotional crossroads in their lives. Brimming with humor, irony, and insights about the unpredictable nature of life, the unbearable beauty of fate, and the power that one moment, or one decision, can have to transform us, I Knew You'd Be Lovely delivers that rare thing--stories with both an edge and a heart.From the Trade Paperback edition.

I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie

by Alison Jackson

THE OLD LADY who comes for Thanksgiving dinner has brought a mouthwatering pie... and a monstrous appetite! This ravenous relative doesn't even make it to the table before she has swallowed her own offering. Then down goes a jug of cider to moisten the pie (which was really too dry), then an entire squash, followed by a bowl of salad--and the whole darn turkey! The future looks murky after that turkey, but the old lady eats on and on in this outrageous fantasy of feasting-gone-wild. To the horror of her flabbergasted hosts and the delight of their children--and readers--the ever-expanding elder makes an unexpected but delightful contribution to the holiday festivities after all. This book is the perfect treat for anyone in need of a larger-than-life-size laugh.

I Know How It Feels to Fight for Your Life

by Jill Krementz

This book presents first-person accounts by fourteen children (ages seven to sixteen) who live with chronic illnesses and/or disabilities. The conditions include leukemia, spina bifida, juvenile diabetes, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and kidney failure. The stories are very positive and pubeat. Most of the children emphasize the importance of the support they have received from family and friends.

I Know I Am, But What Are You?

by Samantha Bee

Candid, outspoken, laugh-out-loud funny essays from the much-loved Samantha Bee, the Most Senior Correspondent on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart . Critics have called her "sweet, adorable, and vicious." But there is so much more to be said about Samantha Bee. For one, she's Canadian. Whatever that means. And now, she opens up for the very first time about her checkered Canadian past. With charming candor, she admits to her Lennie from Of Mice and Men-style love of baby animals, her teenage crime spree as one-half of a car-thieving couple (Bonnie and Clyde in Bermuda shorts and braces), and the fact that strangers seem compelled to show her their genitals. She also details her intriguing career history, which includes stints working in a frame store, at a penis clinic, and as a Japanese anime character in a touring children's show. Samantha delves into all these topics and many more in this thoroughly hilarious, unabashedly frank collection of personal essays. Whether detailing the creepiness that ensues when strangers assume that your mom is your lesbian lover, or recalling her girlhood crush on Jesus (who looked like Kris Kristofferson and sang like Kenny Loggins), Samantha turns the spotlight on her own imperfect yet highly entertaining life as relentlessly as she skewers hapless interview subjects on The Daily Show. She shares her unique point of view on a variety of subjects as wide ranging as her deep affinity for old people, to her hatred of hot ham. It's all here, in irresistible prose that will leave you in stitches and eager for more.

I Know It When I See It

by John Guaspari

The secret to the success of I Know It When I See It lies in its stylish delivery of a serious theme. A succinct and intriguing business fable, it tells the story of "Punctuation, Inc." and provides a simple message about quality -- that it's the customer who defines it. The story shows how businesspeople who pay close attention to what kind of quality their customers want, will also find just what their company wants -- success and big profits.

I Know My First Name Is Steven

by Mike Echols

True story of Steven Stayner who was abducted at age 7 and lived with his kidnapper until age 14 when he escaped and returned to his family.

I Know Someone Who Uses a Wheelchair (Understanding Health Issues)

by Sue Barraclough

* Why do some people use wheelchairs? * Are all wheelchairs the same? * Which sports can you do in a wheelchair? Read I Know Someone Who Uses a Wheelchair to learn about using a wheelchair. Find out about ways of getting around in a wheelchair, the challenges of using a wheelchair, and ways to keep healthy. Books in the Understanding Health Issues series look at common health issues in a simple and inclusive way. Each book demystifies the topic and helps to counter common misconceptions.

I Know Who Holds Tomorrow

by Francis Ray

Popular talk-show host Madison Reed and her husband, TV correspondent Wes Reed, are everyone's idea of the perfect couple. But after the loss of their child, they became no more than polite strangers. Madison's world is turned upside-down when a car accident leaves a woman dead and Wes critically injured. Before he dies, Wes confesses that the woman was his mistress - and that they have an infant daughter.

I Know Who You Are and I Saw What You Did

by Lori Andrews

Social networks are the defining cultural movement of our time, empowering us in constantly evolving ways. We can all now be reporters, alerting the world to breaking news of a natural disaster; we can participate in crowd-sourced scientific research; and we can become investigators, helping the police solve crimes. Social networks have even helped to bring down governments. But they have also greatly accelerated the erosion of our personal privacy rights, and any one of us could become the victim of shocking violations at any time. If Facebook were a country, it would be the third largest nation in the world; but while that nation appears to be a comforting small town, in which we socialize with our selective group of friends, it and the rest of the Web is actually a lawless frontier of hidden and unpredictable dangers. The same power of information that can topple governments can destroy a person's career or marriage. As leading expert on social networks and privacy Lori Andrews shows, through groundbreaking in-depth research and a host of stunning stories of abuses, as we work and chat and shop and date (and even sometimes have sex) over the Web, we are opening ourselves up to increasingly intrusive, relentless, and anonymous surveillance--by employers, schools, lawyers, the police, and aggressive data aggregator services that compile an astonishing amount of information about us and sell it to any and all takers. She reveals the myriad ever more sophisticated techniques being used to track us and discloses how routinely colleges and employers reject applicants due to personal information searches; robbers use postings about vacations to target homes for break-ins; lawyers readily find information to use against us in divorce and child custody cases; and at one school, the administrators actually used the cameras on students' school-provided laptops to spy on them in their homes. Some mobile Web devices are even being programmed to listen in on us and feed data services a steady stream of information about where we are and what we are doing. And even if we use the best services to get our personal data removed from the Web, in a short time almost all that data is restored. As Andrews persuasively argues, the legal system cannot be counted on to protect us--in the thousands of cases brought to trial by those whose rights have been violated, judges have most often ruled against them. That is why in addition to revealing the dangers and providing the best expert advice about protecting ourselves, Andrews proposes that we must all become supporters of a Constitution for the Web, which she has drafted and introduces in this book. Now is the time to join her and take action--the very future of privacy is at stake.

I Left My Sneakers in Dimension X

by Bruce Coville

When Rod's cousin Elspeth arrived for a visit the day after school let out for the summer, Rod thought his vacation was ruined. When they are kidnapped to Dimension X by a monster named Flinders, Rod realizes that Elspeth is the least of his problems.

I Lie for a Living: Greatest Spies of All Time

by Antony Shugaar

Top Secret is definitely not the right word for the International Spy Museum--its launch in 2002 made news and it has been high-profile ever since, with attendance growing by leaps and bounds. The International Spy Museum Handbook of Practical Spying has already been declassified to the delight of those in the need-to-know. Now, following up on that success, here's an illustrated biographical who's who of spydom from biblical days to recent times. I Lie for a Living is a regular rogue's gallery of history's most accomplished intriguers and intelligence operatives, famous and infamous alike. It's amazing how colorful some of these characters are, like 16th century playwright, brawler and secret agent Christopher Marlow or Virginia Hall and Josephine Baker, femmes fatales both. Organized into ten thematic chapters, this light-hearted but clear-eyed look at lone-wolf moles, double agents, and intricate triple-crosses unmasks a wide-ranging roster from covert patriots whose unheralded heroism sometimes cost them their lives to mercenary traitors for sale to the highest bidder, like Benedict Arnold or Aldrich Ames. It's a for-your-eyes-only kind of book, so beware-if you don't watch your back it's a sure bet someone will be reading it over your shoulder.

I Like Being Catholic

by Michael Leach Therese J. Borchard

A celebration of the treasured traditions, rituals, and stories that run through the bloodstream of American Catholics For Andrew Greeley, it is the reverence of Christmas night and the exultation of Easter morn. Martin Scorsese, like many others, remains grateful for the nuns who rapped his knuckles but built his self-esteem. Mary Gordon recalls the sense of lightness that follows confession; Vince Lombardi, the strength he derived from Mass; and Christopher Buckley, the role St. Thomas More plays in his writing. I Like Being Catholicbrings together the memories, thought, and hopes of famous Catholics and ordinary parishioners, lapsed and "good-enough" Catholics, and those who have devoted their lives to the faith. It captures their abiding ties to and deep affection for the Church and offers the wide-ranging, sometimes surprising views on the good things that come with being Catholic. This is not a book of theology. It is about the beauty at the heart of Catholicism. It is about what Teilhard de Chardin called "the chosen part of things. " It is about family and community, the value of Catholic education, the significance of sacraments and milestones, and the cultural impact of Catholicism--there are lists of the ten best Catholic novels, the ten best Catholic movies, ten Catholic heroes of the twentieth century, ten good reasons to raise your kids Catholic, fifty things Catholics like best about being Catholic, and much more . . . I Like Being Catholicis a book for all those who have ever called themselves Catholic. It is a book of warmth, affection, humor, and love.

I Like Giving

by Brad Formsma

"Important and exciting! I Like Giving could be the beginning of a movement of generosity." -Mark Batterson When you choose to live a generous life, you start to change and so does the world around you. Something incredible happens when giving becomes your own idea, not something you do out of duty or obligation.When you move from awareness to action, miracles happen. As you make giving a lifestyle, you'll realize you're not only loving life more, you're also creating a more generous world-- a better world for all of us.Rich with inspiring stories and practical suggestions, I Like Giving helps you create a lifestyle of generosity. Inside you'll find:* Giving--something you get to do, not something you've got to do.* How to raise kids with a sensitivity to others' needs.* You don't have to be a millionaire to make a difference.* Practical ideas for giving to people around you every day.I Like Giving is about experiencing the joy of giving. We all have something to give. Giving goes way beyond money or things. It can be a listening ear, a touch, or simply the gift of time. Giving is living.

I Like Me!

by Nancy Carlson

A story of a pig who is self-sufficient and self-reliant and loves everything about herself

I Like Noisy, Mom Likes Quiet

by Eileen Spinelli

For ages 5-8. Little Raccoon likes clomping and stomping and romping. He likes noise. He likes messes. But Mama Raccoon, like most mothers, likes a little peace and quiet. She likes sitting on the porch and sketching the cat. She likes tidy rooms. One day, Little raccoon makes an effort to help his mom and makes Mother's Day a very special day.

I Like Where I Am

by Jessica Harper

This boy has trouble. The movers are here and they're loading the truck without a care for his feelings.' Cause I like my room and I like my school, And we live real close to a swimming pool, And my best friend lives around the block. Why move to a place called Little Rock Anyway? Any child who has ever had to move will relate to the feelings of loss and also rejoice in the boy's newfound pleasures when he gets to his new neighborhood.

I Like You

by Amy Sedaris

Are you lacking direction in how to whip up a swanky soiree for lumberjacks? A dinner party for white-collar workers? A festive gathering for the grieving? Don't despair. Take a cue from entertaining expert Amy Sedaris and host an unforgettable fete that will have your guests raving. No matter the style or size of the gathering-from the straightforward to the bizarre-I LIKE YOU provides jackpot recipes and solid advice laced with Amy's blisteringly funny take on entertaining, plus four-color photos and enlightening sidebars on everything it takes to pull off a party with extraordinary flair. You don't even need to be a host or hostess to benefit-Amy offers tips for guests, too! (Number one: don't be fifteen minutes early.) Readers will discover unique dishes to serve alcoholics (Broiled Frozen Chicken Wings with Applesauce), the secret to a successful children's party (a half-hour time limit, games included), plus a whole appendix chock-full of arts and crafts ideas (from a mini-pantyhose plant-hanger to a do-it-yourself calf stretcher), and much, much more!

I Lock My Door upon Myself

by Joyce Carol Oates

In turn-of-the-century, upstate New York, a strange, beautiful child who wanders the countryside like a sleepwalker is married off to a coarse, much older farmer. Bitter and increasingly estranged, she falls in love with a tall, black, itinerant water diviner. When the doomed affair ends tragically, she withdraws completely.

I Lost My Bear

by Jules Feiffer

It's not under the bed, or on the chair, or beneath the couch, or behind the curtains.It's GONE!<P>What do you do when your favorite toy disappears, and you can't find it where you left it? What if your family is NO help at all? A determined little detective heads up the search, and discovers more than she ever expected! No one will help look for Bearsy. Mom's too busy. Dad's reading, and Sister's grumpy. But when Jules Feiffer's spunky heroine strikes out on her own to find her favorite stuffed toy, she discovers much more than anyone ever expected! With a simple text and bold, expressive pictures, here is a playful salute to a girl who won't give up. <P>00-01 Young Reader's Choice Award Program Masterlist

I Lost My Kisses

by Trudie Trewin

Matilda Rose is an adorable cow who loves to kiss. One day, however, something goes horribly wrong. She loses her kisses just before her daddy is going to come home. Matilda goes on a hysterical and thoughtful search to find her kisses.

I Lost My Tooth in Africa

by Penda Diakité Baba Wague Diakité

The story of a girl who loses her tooth while visiting family in Africa and the special surprise the African tooth fairy brings her.

I Love a Cop, Revised Edition

by Ellen Kirschman Kevin Gilmartin

Nothing worth doing is easy--and that includes loving a cop. Being a member of the law enforcement community is a source of pride for officers and families alike. But long hours, unpredictable shifts, and the crisis-driven nature of the profession can turn life on the home front into an emotional roller coaster ride. Dr. Ellen Kirschman, a psychologist who's worked with police officers for more than 20 years, gives you practical ways to deal with the challenges that come with the territory. Packed with stories from cops and their significant others, this book explains how to reduce spillover from on-the-job stress and cope with loneliness or worry during extended deployments. Dr. Kirschman acknowledges the tough realities of post-9/11, post-Katrina law enforcement, and she offers frank, realistic suggestions for handling serious issues like alcohol abuse and domestic violence. She also covers special topics for women and minorities on the force. Whether you read it from cover to cover or reach for it when problems arise, I Love a Cop is an indispensable tool that everyone in your family can depend on.

The I Love a Mystery Companion

by Martin Grams Carlton E. Morse

I LOVE A MYSTERY is considered one of the most popular radio thrillers of all time. This book documents the history of the radio program, including a section for each and every episode, detailing the adventures of Jack, Doc and Reggie as they go through vampire-infested jungles in "Temple of the Vampires", wind-swept Nevada and even encounter "The Bride of the Werewolf." A superb 400-page book includes memories from cast and crew, illustrations and details about everything related to I LOVE A MYSTERY from the Hollywood movies to the comic books.

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