Recently Published Books.


Outwitting Squirrels

Bird-loving Americans share a common problem: squirrels! These fast, greedy, incredibly crafty, fluffy-tailed rodents pillage birdfeeders before owners’ very eyes. For 25 years, Outwitting Squirrels has been leading the charge to help bird lovers defend their feeders. This classic defense manual for the besieged birder has been fully updated to deal with the more tech-savvy […]

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Boys and Their Toys: Understanding Men by Understanding their Relations with Gadgets

“The key to understanding men is in understanding how they relate to their gadgets. Just because they may seem to show more interest in their computers…or their remote controls…or their fancy watches or their power mowers or their stereos…doesn’t mean that their toys are really the most important things in their life. In Boys and […]

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Latest Blog Posts.


A Blog about Wrist Watches

What’s a blog about wrist watches doing on a writer’s website? Like every other blog, it’s not doing anything until you read it. If you’re a somebody who likes wrist watches, as I do, you’ll enjoy this blog. If not, then pardon the blog, because a writer has to write. And nothing inspires a writer […]

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About the Author

Bill Adler is a writer. He is the author of over a dozen books including Outwitting Squirrels: 101 Cunning Stratagems to Reduce Dramatically the Egregious Misappropriation of Seed From Your Bird Feeder by Squirrels (Chicago Review Press), Outwitting Home Contractors (Lyons Press), Ask Me Something I Don't Know (Avon), The Weather Sourcebook (Globe Pequot), The Non-Smoker's Bill of Rights (William Morrow, with Steve Allen), Baby-English: A Dictionary for Interpreting the Secret Language of Infants (Pocket Books, with Karen Adler, age two), Condensed Fairy Tales (Dutton), Outwitting Toddlers (Kensington), Outwitting Critters, (Lyons Press), Outwitting Fish (Adams Media), and Outwitting Neighbors (Fireside). Outwitting Critters was a Literary Guild selection.