The Harpsichord Owner’s Guide: A Manual for Buyers & Owners Kottick 1992 Submitter: Zero circs in about 9 years. Why on earth does this need to belong in a rural medium-sized library? Holly: This was published in 1992?? Was
The Official Guide to Latin Dancing Dow 1980 I was weeding the 700s the other day and look what I found. This book is the companion to this Disco book we featured a while back. I am not a dancer
Clowning for Christ (Revised) Christensen 1986 Without a doubt, this is my worst nightmare in book form. I gotta say I am not a big fan of the clown as a Christian emissary. Maybe I am going out on a
Rough Men, Tough Men Poems of Action and Adventure Cole, ed. 1969 This book caught my eye for both the title and the cover art. I think the orange pirate look on the guy is a bit creepy. I also
Nothing’s Impossible! Stunts to Entertain and Amaze Sheridan 1982 Need to up your entertainment skills? These guys have the solution. Basic magic, stunts and some positive affirmations are what this book offers. The tricks aren’t well explained either and others
How to be Really Funny Stolzenberg 1988 I’m not sure a book can tell you how to be funny, whoops, I mean really funny, but this book does. It literally tells you what is funny. Example: simple mindedness also known
Tap Dancing Atwater 1971 I am sure that all the kids will lining up to pick up some tap dance tips from this attractive book. I initially thought this book was much older than 1971 given the somewhat 50s-looking cover
Fun With Ventriloquism Van Rensselaer 1955 As a kid, I thought ventriloquism was kind of cool and do remember Edgar Bergen and Shari Lewis. In 1968, I would have been all over this book (if the puppets weren’t too creepy).