titles that begin with "i"
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I Am Not an Octopus I Am Not an Octopus (Hardback)
author: Eoin McLaughlin
illustrator: Marc Boutavant

Can a scaredy octopus in denial embrace his true identity? A goofy octopod finally dares to take the plunge—and dip his tentacles into the water he fears.

I Am Not Sleepy and I Will Not Go to Bed I Am Not Sleepy and I Will Not Go to Bed (Trade Paperback)
author/illustrator: Lauren Child

"Whether they spot themselves in Charlie or Lola, young ones will enjoy this exuberant, hilarious spin on a bedtime story." — Booklist

I Am Too Absolutely Small for School I Am Too Absolutely Small for School (Trade Paperback)
author/illustrator: Lauren Child

"The children's relationship is refreshingly noncombative, with Charlie as the protective and affectionate older brother who is appreciative of, rather than annoyed by, his sister's quirkiness." — School Library Journal (starred review)

I Am Wriggly I Am Wriggly (Hardback)
author: Michael Rosen
illustrator: Robert Starling

Playful and jubilant, Michael Rosen’s read-aloud delight captures the can’t-sit-still spirit of children with energy to burn.

I Believe in Me I Believe in Me (Padded Board Book)
author/illustrator: Emma Dodd

A story of focusing on themes of confidence and self-belief, now available as a padded board book from international bestseller Emma Dodd.

I Believe in Me I Believe in Me (Hardback)
author/illustrator: Emma Dodd

<i>I believe in me.</i> <i>There’s nothing I can’t do.</i> <i>That’s what you have taught...

I Can I Can (Board Book)
author/illustrator: Helen Oxenbury

Discover all of the things that very young children can do in this classic board book.

I Conquer Britain I Conquer Britain (Hardback)
author: Dyan Sheldon

A bohemian Brooklyn teen crosses the pond to visit an uptight English family in the hilarious companion to Sophie Pitt-Turnbull Discovers America.

I Do Not Like Books Anymore! I Do Not Like Books Anymore! (Hardback)
author/illustrator: Daisy Hirst

Lovable monster siblings Natalie and Alphonse are back with big plans in a second surprisingly touching tale in which Natalie is ready to learn how to read.

I Feel Five! I Feel Five! (Hardback)
author/illustrator: Bethanie Deeney Murguia

What is turning five supposed to feel like, anyway? A charming look at growing older, from a child’s point of view.

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