My First Photography Book King 1994 Submitter: I would have loved this book when I was a kid, around the time it was published. However, kids today probably won’t be super impressed with making photo filters out of cellophane wrappers,
Sew It Yourself Home Decorating: Creative Ideas for Beautiful Interiors Arco 1984 I expected this book to be worse than it actually is. Given the year, I thought it would be a page out of my childhood home. My mom
Eddycat Teaches Telephone Skills Barnett 1993 Here we have a lovely picture book from the early 1990s about how to use a telephone. I like the cute format, and much of the advice is still pretty good. However, children might
Sewing with Yarn Schwartz and Stevenson 1977 Submitter: This book is definitely showing its age. There are references to wood shop class and dime stores, and the illustrations aren’t the best. The “hooded mask” project should also raise more than
Creative Photocopying: Using the photocopier for crafts, design, and interior decoration Walton 1997 Submitter: The copyright on this delightful gem is 1997. We are a small to medium public library in a suburban area. Came across this book that hasn’t
The Doubleday Book of Interior Decorating and Encyclopedia of Styles Kornfeld 1965 The examples in this book look even older than 1965. The more contemporary designs are from the 60s, but they feature several that look much older. There is
Mouth Sounds: How to Whistle, Pop, Click, and Honk Your Way to Social Success Newman 1980 Submitter: We recently stumbled upon this book in our public library stacks and are unsure how this book slipped through a previous weeding project.
How Things Work 1996 Submitter: This book is actually pretty cool, but the cell phone, fax machine, VHS, cassette tape, and computer pages are all looking pretty dated. Plus the car page makes no mention of any of the computerized/electronic