Home Maid Spanish Storm and Ginnett 1976 Submitter: Here’s a little something I found lurking in our stacks, it caught my eye as I was passing. Yes, I did a double take! Though it is rather stereotypical, borderline racist,
Sally Can’t See Petersen 1974 Submitter: The highlight of the book is right there on the cover. A poor blind child with a bird on her head. Holly: This book is definitely outdated. It isn’t so bad otherwise, but I’m
The Leadership Secrets of Santa Clause Harvey, et. al 2003 Submitter: I’m the business librarian at a mid-size university that generally doesn’t offer PhD programs (certainly not in business!) so by no means do we need a comprehensive collection of
Going Sane: An Introduction to Feeling Therapy Hart, Corriere, Binder 1975 Oooh, most excellent suits, hair, and glasses on the cover! The Center for Feeling Therapy was seen as a cult in the early 1970’s. Check out the Wikipedia article
To Train Up a Child Pearl 1994 Submitter: I actually remember my mother having this book at some point (I don’t think she ascribed to it). Two children have died as a result of the author’s child care advice and
Complete Guide to Meeting Women Diebel 1991 Submitter: The reasons it’s awful? Well….. first there’s THE COVER…. Another co-worker said he heard 70’s porn music immediately upon looking at it. And also it advocates date rape as a way to
I Can Be A Lawyer Brill 1987 Submitter: Someone actually submitted an ILL request for this book. I gave it out in hopes that it would not find its way home. Unfortunately, like the proverbial cat, it came back. It,
Martha Stewart Weddings Stewart 1987 Submitter: We just weeded this Martha Stewart’s Weddings book published in 1987 from our collection. It’s not horrible, we actually think it’s totally awesome 80’s. 🙂 And Martha looks so young! Holly: Martha looks ridiculous.