Homosexuality And Hope: A Psychologist Talks About Treatment and Change Van Den Aaardweg 1985 Submitter: We’re a small academic library, for a small non-traditional-student-focused college. The college’s programs mostly center around human services degrees. And we’ve spent this summer (3
Manners Make a Difference Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis of the Perpetual Adoration 1955 Holly: This book was submitted from a Catholic school. That was certainly an appropriate place for it…57 years ago. Now it’s ridiculous for
Catholic Priest: His Training and Ministry: A Picture Story Engeman 1961 Well no wonder there is such a shortage of priests! Many of the kids who come across this in the Catholic school where it was found will be instantly
The Astronomy Book Henry 1999 Submitter: A patron donated The Astronomy Book, by Dr. Jonathan Henry (cover and select pages attached) to my library this week. At a glance, it seems like a harmless, if a little outdated, juvenile astronomy book. But
Triumph of God’s Love White 1957 Submitter: We are a state university in Connecticut, and we found this little gem while pulling hold requests today. Someone actually placed a hold on it… Besides being incredibly outdated, this wonderful piece of
How Yossi Beat the Evil Urge Chaikin & Mathers 1983 Submitter: When this book surfaced in the last weeding of my library’s children’s room, the current children’s librarian and I were aghast and befuddled by it’s title and it’s appearance.
How the Jewish People Lives Today Soloff 1940 Submitter: This was donated to the library. I am happy to say it was never actually in the collection. It’s the grammar that drives me crazy on this one. Holly: It looks
The Church: The Gifted and Retarded Child Kemp 1957 Given the date of this publication I am impressed that someone was actually addressing special needs children. Although this book might be important in a religious education collection, it really doesn’t