Find advice and help online and in print. By Mary Beth Franklin, Senior Editor and Bob Frick, Senior Editor July 29, 2008 Editor's note: This article is adapted from Kiplinger's Retirement Planning 2008 guide. Order your copy today.These Web sites and books can get you on the path to a new career. On the Web Bridgestar.org An executive search firm for the nonprofit sector. DinosaurExchange.com A job site for senior executives with an international focus. RetiredBrains.com Links to jobs as well as volunteer opportunities at charities and nonprofit organizations. RetirementJobs.comJob listings in multiple categories for workers who are 50-plus. Advertisement Senior4Hire.orgSearch for hourly jobs by zip code. SeniorCorps.orgConnects people age 55 and older with community-service projects. Workforce50.comJob-hunting tips and job postings for workers who are older than 50. YourEncore.comA network of retired and veteran scientists and engineers who work for clients on a project basis. Advertisement On the Bookshelf Don't Retire, Rewire, by Jeri Sedlar and Rick Miners (Alpha, $19). Five steps to fulfilling work that fuels your passion, suits your personality or fills your pocket. Encore: Finding Work That Matters in the Second Half of Life, by Marc Freedman (PublicAffairs, $25). Freedman is founder of the Civic Ventures think tank. Portfolio Life: The New Path to Work, Purpose and Passion After 50, by David Corbett and Richard Higgins (Jossey-Bass, $25). Corbett is founder of Boston-based New Directions, a career-services company for senior executives. Test-Drive Your Dream Job: A Step-By-Step Guide to Finding and Creating the Work You Love, by Brian Kurth (Business Plus, $17). Kurth runs Vocation Vacations.