Drugging Our Children Olfman and Robbins, Editors. 2012 Submitter: The scan for this book didn’t come out well because the cover is very dark. There’s nothing wrong with the content of this book. It came across my desk because it
(Not sure what book this is.) Submitter: Today, I got to bill people for the moldy book. I am [also] including a photo of a picture book that unfortunately lost a game of tug of war with a puppy. Holly: Ewwwww!
The Grey Lady and the Strawberry Snatcher Bang 1980 Submitter: I have a really liberal collection development philosophy, especially for a public high school, but this book just couldn’t stay. Really? The people who designed the spine thought writing it
(No idea what book this is…) Submitter: This came in from Brodart today. A real smack in the face! Holly: Ha ha! So it’s presumably “F” for Fiction and “You” is either the first three letters of the author’s last name,
(No idea what book this is…) Submitter: I think you might enjoy this photo of a book with a serious case of label overload. It appeared in the book drop today. It’s a discard from a public library’s book lease collection.
Overcoming Passive Aggression: How to Stop Hidden Anger From Spoiling Your Relationships, Career, and Happiness Murphy and Oberlin 2005 Submitter: This isn’t exactly an awful library book, but it’s unusual for me to receive a damaged item that makes me
The Grape Thief Franklin 2003 Submitter: Let’s hear it for more bad label placement. I really hate Accelerated Reader. This just helps with the pile on. I noticed the book displayed on an open shelf. I’m really surprised no one
Assassins in the Cathedral: [Festo Kivengere] Jackson 1999 Submitter:I was just going through some of your recent posts, and came across the “Butt” Holed book. It reminded me of an old favorite (now long gone from our collection). I did