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
Button Holed Logan 2011 Submitter: Our library has a standard place where we put all our barcodes – in the upper right hand corner of the front cover. I found this title on our New Shelf and proudly on display.
Sassy: Little Sister Is NOT My Name! Draper 2010 Submitter: True Story. My daughter and I were at school shelving summer intervention books, and she brought my library copy of Sassy up to me with a giggle. I swear I
Witches Jong 1981 Submitter: The story behind this find is more scary than the scans I’m sending you. This book was found in our children’s non-fiction section during a recent round of shelf-reading. Needless to say it is NOT a
Jake Drake, Class Clown Clements 2002 Luckily an alert ALB reader sent this in today! Now we have an Ass Clown to go with the Ass President. Just say NO to bad processing. Now I am wondering how many Ass
Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl Frank This edition: 1993 Here’s a good example of a book that every public library should have, regardless of its copyright date. There is no question as to its usefulness to patrons.