You can do thousands of interesting things with Elements that are beyond the scope of this book. Your bookstore has dozens of titles on Elements and Photoshop, and a lot of things are common to both programs. There are all kinds of specialized books on everything from color management to making selections to scrapbooking.
In addition, there are hundreds of tutorial sites on the Web. Besides those mentioned earlier in the chapter, other popular sites include:
Adobe (http://www.adobe.com/education/training/photoshop_elements/main.html). Plenty of free online training for Elements here.
Jay Arraich (http://arraich.com/elements/psE_intro.htm). Much Elements information, both basic and advanced, from a longtime Photoshop guru.
Two important resources that have all kinds of interesting information are:
Elements Challenge pages (www.cavesofice.org/~grant/Challenge/). Maintained by Grant Dixon, this site offers you a chance to try your Elements skills with a different Elements challenge every week. Anyone's welcome to participate, no matter what your skill level. If you feel intimidated by some of the entries, don't be. Everyone started off as a beginner. There's also a links page with many tutorial and download sites.