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Ingrid Abramovitch, Restoring a House in the City
The author of Restoring a House in the City discusses the ins and outs of renovating a town house, providing inspiration and practical advice (with some lovely pictures, too).
Ruth Bell Alexander, Number Jugglers
Ruth Bell Alexander, author of Number Jugglers and Fraction Jugglers, features math games, math links, and information for parents and teachers on her site, www.numberjugglers.com.
Featuring photographs taken around the world by intrepid travelers Naomi Duguid and Jeffrey Alford, authors of five Artisan cookbooks. Also includes mouthwatering recipes and even tongue twisters!
Susan B. Anderson
Knitting maven Susie Anderson’s blog features useful information for knitters of all levels. Includes tutorials, free sample patterns, photos of projects she’s working on, and more!
Suzy Becker, All I Need To Know I Learned From My Cat (And Then Some)
Cartoons, cats, and general Suzy Becker hilarity can be found in her books, but also on her web site. Visit her there for more fun facts about her creations and find out how to meet her in person!
Grace Bonney, Design Sponge at Home
What's new and exciting in the world of home design, including before-and-afters, city tours, and more!
Here you'll find a rather jaunty confibulation of exuberant irrelevance, followed almost invariably by wistful longing, though it's subtle.
(Browse by brand for Brain Quest to see a complete listing.) America's #1 educational bestseller is back with an all new look and new Q's that will make you reach for your thinking cap! Check out the BQ website for games, parents' and teachers' guides, and more information about the series.
If you're a summerologist-that is, a lover of all things summer- make sure to take an online vacation to author Suzanne Brown's Summer: A User's Guide. This virtual destination is devoted to summer living, crafts, recipes, music, entertaining, and more.
Information on textile arts and sustainable fiber and natural dye production, from the author of Harvesting Color.
Anne Byrn, Cake Mix Doctor
The Cake Mix Doctor now makes house calls! Anne Byrn, author of The Cake mix Doctor, Chocolate from the Cake Mix Doctor, Cupcakes! and The Dinner Doctor is here to help with recipes, a blog and newsletters. Bakers can also join the Community Board to exchange recipes with each other.
Christopher Castellani's site, featuring his novels A Kiss from Maddalena and The Saint of Lost Things, has information on the author and the books, and well as special extras.
The author of In the Sweet Kitchen, the 2001 IACP Cookbook of the Year (now in paperback), dispenses sage advice about baking on her new blog.
Crescent Dragonwagon is the Passionate Vegetarian. Her site features information about the author, her cookbooks, novels and children's books, writing workshops, and recipes.
The Duct Tape Guys
Explore the many and varied uses of duct tape with Jim and Tim, The Duct Tape Guys, authors of The Jumbo Duct Tape Book, Duct Tape Halloween Book, and 365 Days of Duct Tape Calendar 2008. Features how-to's, hall of fames, the Duct Tape Guys Pro Shop, and more!
The author of Burma: Rivers of Flavor engages with the world through food, travel, photography, and more in her weekly blogposts.
A website dedicated to first-ever Twitter cookbook, with recipes and discussion from Tweeters the world over.
If you want Barry Farber, speaker, entrepreneur, inventor and author of 12 Cliches of Selling (And Why They Work) to come and speak or lead a workshop at your organization, visit his website for contact and booking information.
Rick Gallop, G.I. Diet
Rick Gallop, author of The G.I. Diet, provides information, support, sample recipes, and experiences from readers on his site, www.gidiet.com.
Learn more about author and renowned artist Cynthia Hart.
Sandy Hill, Fandango
Learn all about fandangos and entertaining in high style. Mouthwatering recipes are included!
Raghavan Iyer, 660 Curries
If your first question is, "What's a curry?" you should visit Raghavan Iyer's web site for more information on his new book, his cooking classes, and where you can meet him in person.
Carolyn Jourdan, Heart in the Right Place
Discover the book Heart in the Right Place, hear Carolyn's hillbilly accent, print a Reader's Group Guide, and more.
Features an extensive library of recipes, tips on vegetables, "Ask Barbara," and more. From the author of The Intolerant Gourmet and Vegetable Love.
Laurie Susan Kahn, Sleepaway
Share your own camp stories and photos, or view others' in "Sleepaway: the Magazine" at Laurie Susan Kahn's (author of Sleepaway) site.
Sheila Kelley, The S Factor
For information about Sheila Kelley's (author of The S Factor) unique and empowering workouts, where and when classes are offered, the S Factor store, and more, visit her website at www.sfactor.com.
Barbara Ann Kipfer, 14,000 Things
Need something to be happy about? A visit to Barbara Ann Kipfer's (author of The Wish List, 8,789 Words of Wisdom, Instant Karma, 14,000 Things to be Happy About and 1,400 Things for Kids to be Happy About) provides a list for things to be happy about today, as well as selections from each of her books, lesson plans for teachers, and a place to submit your own things to be happy about!
Dr. Marti Laney, Introvert Advantage
Dr. Marti Laney, author of The Introvert Advantage, offers information and resources to introverts and parents of introverts so they can embrace their unique gifts.
For information about Sharon Lovejoy, author of Roots, Shoots, Buckets & Boots, Sunflower Houses, and Trowel and Error, upcoming appearances, a newsletter and other gardening resources, visit her website at www.sharonlovejoy.com.
Pino Luongo, Two Meatballs in the Italian Kitchen
Pino Luongo and his friend Mark Strausman, the Two Meatballs, debate the finer points of Italian(-American) cuisine. Find out about the latest goings-on of the Two Meatballs, including upcoming appearances, on their website.
Dessert chef and chocolatier Alice Medrich, author of Sinfully Easy Delicious Desserts, shows how to make mouthwatering treats for your family and friends.
Beverly Mills & Alicia Ross, Desperation Dinners
Some days we all feel a little desperate...but Beverly Mills and Alicia Ross, co-authors of Desperation Dinners, Desperation Entertaining! and Cheap, Fast, Good!, have created recipes to fit into anyone's busy schedule. Visit their website for recipes, a monthly newsletter, and information about the authors, their books and their column.
Elizabeth Helman Minchilli, Italian Rustic and Restoring a Home in Italy
The author of Italian Rustic and Restoring a Home in Italy blogs about beautiful homes, delicious food, and interesting people, from her distinctive viewpoint as an American living in Rome and Umbria.
Maryam Montague, Marrakesh by Design
On the award-winning blog "My Marrakesh," Maryam Montague discusses Moroccan design as well as North African life, culture, food, and travel.
Virginia Morris, How to Care for Aging Parents
Visit Virginia Morris' (author of How to Care for Aging Parents) site for tips and advice, as well as more information about Virginia and the book.
Heidi Murkoff, What to Expect® series
An online companion to the What to Expect® books. Chat with other expectant moms, get answers to your most pressing questions, and other helpful, fun extras.
Rosanne Olson, This is Who I Am
Take another look at what we call beauty with Rosanne Olson. See excerpts from the new book and contact the author with your feelings and comments.
(See the Calendars section for a complete listing.) Visit the Pageaday website for contests, e-cards, trivia from the calendars and more.
The Paper Airplane Book, World Record Paper Airplane Simulator
Kids (and adults!) can try out the flight simulator or download patterns to make airplanes of their own from Ken Blackburn and Jeff Lammers, authors of Kids' Paper Airplane Book, Pocket Flyers Paper Airplane Book, Aviation Legends Paper Airplane Book, and The World Record Paper Airplane Book.
Sherry and John Petersik, Young House Love
One young family shows its fifty-year-old house some love, with DIY projects, inexpensive renovations, and other great advice for anyone who wants their home to look better and be more comfortable.
Steven Raichlen, The Barbecue! Bible
Backyard barbecuers can learn from the master, Steven Raichlen, (author of The Barbecue! Bible, Barbecue! Bible Sauces, Rubs and Marinades, Bastes, Butters, and Glazes, Beer Can Chicken, How to Grill, Miami Spice, Raichlen's Indoor Grilling, and Raichlen on Ribs, Ribs, Outrageous Ribs) at his website, www.barbecuebible.com. You can get the latest BBQ U recipes, tips and techniques from Steven, and share advice with other grillers on the BBQ Board.
Designed to help and support families, this website allows users to ask the author questions and get answers. Features family friendly links, book and movie recommedations, and recipes for busy parents.
Eric Ripert, A Return to Cooking and On the Line
The chef and part owner of Le Bernardin, awarded four stars by The New York Times, has created an online community for those who love fine dining, with recipes, video demonstrations, suggestions for dinner menus, and more.
Adam Roberts, Secrets of the Best Chefs
Interesting recipes, interesting restaurants, interesting ingredients—all viewed through the friendly lenses of a cook who admits he's no expert—just like you.
Michael J. Rosen
A guide to Michael J. Rosen’s many literary endeavors, whether as writer, illustrator, editor, or all-around good guy. Features books for kids, young adults, and adults, with an emphasis on humor and books about dogs.
Julie Salamon, author of Rambam's Ladder, provides an extensive list of charity links for those looking to give back.
Roberto Santibanez, Rosa's New Mexican Table
Roberto Santibanez is the culinary director of famed New York City restaurant Rosa Mexicano. At his site, you'll find recipes, videos, and more information about Roberto and the book.
Coming soon, a place to share your 1,000 Places experiences, Patricia's blog with travel tips and updates, and beautiful pictures from around the world
Dan Snow, In the Company of Stone and Listening to Stone
The author of In the Company of Stone and Listening to Stone presents his recent projects in dry-stone construction and environmental art making. The blog format also lists current appearances and workshops.
Abby Stokes, author of It's Never Too Late to Love a Computer, has created an accompanying website to help late bloomers, older newbies, and technophobes master the Internet.
Debbie Stoller, Stitch 'N Bitch
Debbie Stoller, author of Stitch 'N Bitch, Stitch 'N Bitch Nation, The Happy Hooker and Stitch 'N Bitch: A Knitter's Design Journal has inspired a whole new generation of knitters with her books. On her site, readers can find free patterns, SnB events, and message boards where SnB'ers can share finished projects and questions about the patterns in the books.
Mark Strausman, Two Meatballs in the Italian Kitchen
Mark Strausman and his friend Pino Luongo, the Two Meatballs, debate the finer points of Italian(-American) cuisine. Find out about the latest goings-on of the Two Meatballs, including upcoming appearances, on their website.
Bob Tarte, Enslaved By Ducks & Fowl Weather
Bob Tarte delighted readers with tales of the animals in his life (some might argue the animals that are his life). Meet the main characters, watch videos, and more at his web site.
Up Your Score
Up Your Score: the Underground Guide to the SAT,, is also online! Find mnemonic devices, study tips, iPod vocabulary lists and a sample test to help you study up for the exam.
Ira Wolfman, Climbing Your Family Tree
Ancestor Detectors can find help in their research from Ira Wolfman, author of Climbing Your Family Tree. With links to genealogy web sites, advice for beginners, and downloads, this site is a great place to start for kids interested in finding out where they came from.
Play a sample round of Zobmondo!!, get your daily "Would you rather...?" question of the day or send an e-card at www.zobmondo.com!