Recent Examples of guidebook from the Web
Erin Kirkland is author of the Alaska On the Go guidebook series and publisher of AKontheGO.com, Alaska's only family travel resource.
From his eponymous cosmetic line to his New York Times best-selling guidebooks (The Art of Makeup, Face Forward, and Making Faces), the face painter left his signature stamp on the world.
Rather than just handing over a map with the major tourist attractions marked in ink, a home-sharer could point you in the direction of an experience not found in the guidebooks.
Before long, their conversations have ranged well beyond the subjects that fill guidebook entries.
Trekking poles have reduced the impact to my body from hundreds of trail miles covered in researching regional hiking trail guidebooks.
PREPARATION AND TIPS AAA provided guidebooks and Google Maps was indispensable in planning the route.
In a few years, Schläppi intends to publish a guidebook and videos on rice cultivation in Wisconsin.
Pauline Frommer is co-president of Frommer Media, alongside her legendary father, guidebook pioneer Arthur Frommer; this year is the 60th anniversary of his first book.
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First Known Use of guidebook
GUIDEBOOK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of guidebook for English Language Learners
: a book of information for travelers
GUIDEBOOK Defined for Kids
Definition of guidebook for Students
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