Published Books

The Double Daring Book for Girls

The Double Daring Book for Girls

The eagerly anticipated follow-up to the bestselling phenomenon The Daring Book for Girls is an even more daring guide to everything from making a raft to learning how to play football to the art of the Japanese Tea ceremony. This second volume, with all new original material, promises to be even more of a daring

The Mom’s Guide to Growing your Family Green

The Mom’s Guide to Growing your Family Green

Green products are everywhere – food, appliances, cleaning products, and more are all claiming to be low-impact and environmentally friendly. With all the choices out there, how can moms determine what will be best for the health and safety of their families – and the environment? Terra Wellington has the answers. As a consumer advocate

Backyard Sports: Inside Edge

Backyard Sports Series: Inside Edge (Book 5)

The Backyard Sports kids are taking to the ice for hockey season. But when Tony, their star player, gets invited to play with his older brother’s hockey team in addition to his own, Tony thinks he can do both. Soon he’s missing practices and letting his friends down. When he realizes that both of his

Petfinder.com The Adopted Dog Bible

Petfinder.com The Adopted Dog Bible

The old rules don’t always apply to adopted dogs, whose training, past behaviors, and health histories may be a mystery. At least, in chapters reviewed by experts in veterinary medicine, nutrition, and training, pet parents will learn:

– Where to find your perfect canine companion

– All about breeds and mixed breeds and how you

Smart Words

Smart Words

If you want to add more variety, nuance, punch, and power to the way you speak and write, you’ve found the perfect book. Smart Words will help you be smart about the words you use and the way you use them.

Certain occasions call for the zinger verb, others for the killer adjective, still others

Backyard Sports: Hand-Off

Backyard Sports Series: Hand-Off (Book 4)

Pablo loves playing flag football with his friends, but he isn’t quite as good as all of the other kids. He practices all of the time and his heart is really in it, but he gets intimidated and always seems to mess up during the games. When the team’s quarterback hurts his ankle during the

Wine At Your Fingertips

Wine At Your Fingertips

Make it a very good year for your wine cellar.

Unless you are a wine “expert” with years of tasting experience, the dozens of varieties, the globalization of vineyards, and the wide range of prices can make a trip to the wine shop daunting. Now, sommelier and seasoned wine expert Jennifer D. Frank distills the

Baked: New Frontiers in Baking

Baked: New Frontiers in Baking

Both Oprah Winfrey and Martha Stewart discovered their favorite brownies, cakes, and cookies at Baked, our modern lodge-like bakery and cafe in the up-and-coming Red Hook section of Brooklyn. The New York Times, Food Network, Food & Wine, Bon Appetit, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post have also given our sweet and savory snacks

Backyard Sports: Home Field Advantage

Backyard Sports Series: Home Field Advantage (Book 3)

The Backyard Sports kids are kicking off soccer season with a tournament. But before the kids know it, the tournament has become bigger than their little field can handle. They need to find a new field and fast! Will the kids be able to fix up a new field, organize the tournament, and still enjoy

The Good Teen

The Good Teen

Who says the teen years have to be terrible? Drawing on his decades of experience working with teens, Richard Lerner defies current societal thinking: Teens are not inherently difficult or deficient, nor are they teen years by necessity ones of storm and stress. Teens are not problems to be fixed, but resources to be developed.

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