"Intromediate Microeconomics" is a textbook for students who really want to learn how to use microeconomic theory. At an introductory level, this book covers topics that are typically reserved for intermediate courses in microeconomics. Yet, this book is accessible to any inquiring student who has mastered high school algebra and who is up for a challenge. The efficient design of this book allows it to cover intermediate topics starting from a basic level. This text has no needless sidebars or distracting anecdotes about economists. Every discussion has a point, but make no mistake, this book is not boring on account of its efficiency. It is actually a fun read.