>• Buy a book, do some good: The authors of each of these books are donating part of their proceeds to charity.
MOMMY’S LIGHT IN THE KITCHEN
by Jeannine Ginsburg, Martha Rappaport, Cathy Vogt, Kathy Einthoven
Diagnosed with terminal breast cancer, Jeannine Ginsburg collected her family’s favorite recipes (plus more from friends) into a keepsake cookbook. (Available at mommyslight.org)
GIVE A LITTLE
by Wendy Smith
Ten dollars can fight malaria; $50 can save a malnourished child. In addition to showing how your pennies can make a difference, Smith is donating part of her book’s proceeds to the 47 charities profiled in the book.
by Cami Walker
Giving a gift a day for 29 days didn’t cure her MS, but Walker found it did help her feel better about her illness. Her book—and her Web site, 29gifts.org—urges everyone to try it. Partial proceeds to National MS Society and others.