Deborah Blumenthal is an award-winning journalist
and nutritionist who now divides her time between writing children's books
and adult novels. She has been a regular contributor to The New York
Times (including four years as the Sunday New York Times
Magazine beauty columnist), and a home design columnist for Long Island
Newsday. Her health, fitness, beauty, travel, and feature stories have
appeared widely in many other newspapers and national magazines including
New York’s Daily News, The Washington Post, The
Los Angeles Times, Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, Woman's
Day, Family Circle, Self, and Vogue.
Blumenthal lives in New York City.
Books for Adults:
The New York Book of Beauty,
(City & Company, 1995).
Beauty: The Little Black Book for
New York Glamour Girls, (City & Company, 1997 paperback
Fat Chance, her first
novel, was published by Red
Dress Ink, March, 2004. Paperback, March 2005.
What Men Want, her second
novel, was published by Red Dress Ink, February, 2006.
Cosmopolitan Life, her e-book romance novel, published December, 2012.
Books for Young Adults:
A Different Me, (Albert Whitman and Company), September, 2014.
Mafia Girl, (Albert Whitman and Company), March, 2014.
The Lifeguard, (Albert Whitman and Company), March, 2012.
Fat Camp, (NAL), a young
adult novel, June, 2006.
Books for Children:
The Blue House Dog, (Peachtree Publishers, August, 2010), with illustrations by Adam Gustavson.
Black Diamond and Blake,(Knopf Books for Young Readers, February, 2009),
with illustrations by Miles Hyman.
Charlie Hits it Big,
(HarperCollins, March, 2008), with illustrations by Denise Brunkus.
Aunt Claire's Yellow Beehive
Hair, (reissued by Pelican Publishing/September/2007)
with illustrations by Mary GrandPre of Harry Potter fame, (a Book Sense
The Pink House on the Seashore,
(Clarion Books, June, 2005), with illustrations by Doug Chayka.
Don't Let the Peas Touch,
(Arthur A. Levine Books/Scholastic, October, 2004), with illustrations
by Timothy Basil Ering. A Book of the Month Club Alternate and a Book
Sense 76 winner, winter, 2004.
(Clarion Books, October, 2003) with illustrations by Ted Rand.
Tantrum, (Clarion Books, 1996. Paperback, 1999), with illustrations
by Harvey Stevenson.
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