Everything You Need to Know To Have Great Looking Hair Gignac 1981 This is basically an extended promotion for hair products, and the content is pretty light. I think this is a good example of a bad book regardless of
If You Really Trust Me, Why Can’t I Stay Out Later? Peterson 1991 Today’s post features a teen devotional out to help kids see through all the lies. The kids on the cover are late 80s at best and probably
2012 is coming to a close, and of course we are required by the Internet to produce a “best of” list. Since we both have our own favorites, there is usually some debate on what should be considered the best.
Thought everyone would enjoy some old holiday themed posts. Click on the title to see the original post. Enjoy your holiday everyone! Mary and Holly Beautiful Holiday Ideas 1980 0
Madame Benoit’s Microwave Cook Book Benoit 1975 In the 70s, microwave cookbooks were all the rage. Initially,everyone thought it was going to be the same as a regular oven but much faster. Somewhat true, but it was quite apparent that
Whitey and Whiskers and Food Georgiou 1964 Here is another oldie but goody STILL sitting in a youth nonfiction collection. This is so old, it would have been old when I was in elementary school. Basic premise: Mr. Kane, the
Stag Night Rogers 1946 I am so glad that we have something for the men today. Stag Night is an annual tradition at this “gentleman’s club”. Our cast of entertainers have cool names like Madge and Peaches. Story is Madge
Italian Without Words Cangelosi and Carpini 1989 On the suggestion of someone (I can’t remember who), I ordered this book in ILL and cracked up on just about every picture. Is this any good? Is it humor? Is it language