Listen up, Twilight fans: There's a new obsession-worthy movie coming to theaters near you! Stephenie Meyer, the famed author behind the uber-successfulTwilight books, is taking another of her novels to the big screen.The film adaptation of her 2008 bestseller The Host -- which starsThe Lovely Bones actress Saoirse Ronan -- will hit theaters in March 2013. And while the film's release is still months away, we have a special treat to tide you over.
Your favorite actor, singer or chef may be moonlighting as a children's book author! Check out our list of star scribes -- and see which celebs (Madonna! Julianne Moore! Molly Shannon!) have put pen to paper.
At long last, a title and plot details for J.K. Rowling's new book (for adults!) have been revealed. And Harry Potter fans might want to buckle up... because there's not a goblin, potion or snake-faced arch villain in sight.
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Thanksgiving appetizers should help buy the cook some extra time in the kitchen, but without filling everyone up before the big feast. Try one of these tempting, yet not too filling recipes for finger foods, dips and other pre-dinner snacks
'Room' author Emma Donoghue tries to answer the question: What would it be like to grow up as a captive?
And after the responses of relief (and occasional contempt) to a piece she wrote for The New York Times, Peggy Orenstein knew she wasn't alone in her concern over our girlie-girl culture.
Love a good read? Love a get-together with your gal pals? Here's a great excuse to enjoy both. Grab a copy of One for the Money and gather with your favorite book-club buddies for a great girls' night in with Janet Evanovich's sassy heroine, Stephanie Plum (Katherine Heigl stars in the big-screen version available on DVD May 15). To get you started, we've created this handy reader's guide, with talking points to guide you through the book and cocktails to get you through the gathering. Print it out!
Comedienne Rachel Dratch is most often recognized from her time on Saturday Night Live, where she played a slew of wacky characters, including always-a-bummer friend Debbie Downer. Now she's back with a new memoir, Girl Walks into a Bar..., which is in stores today. Watch our exclusive interview!
In my five years of covering Barack and Michelle Obama, I’ve often thought that the president would never have gotten to the White House without his daughters. From early in his political career, they added immensely to his appeal, humanizing a candidate with an unfamiliar name and professorial air. Now, as the 2012 race gets into full swing, American voters are more enthusiastic about Barack Obama as a father and family man than they are about his stewardship of the economy.
Women tell us which book they can't wait for their children to read someday
The film One Day, starring Anne
You want to round up ideas for your fall makeover, you say? Don't know any good books to read? In this iVillage Weekly Top 10, we've rounded up the best books to read under the sun.
Lisa Miller talks to iVillage about what she hopes to achieve with her book, how to discuss the afterlife with kids and why we should believe in heaven.