Eddycat Teaches Telephone Skills Barnett 1993 Here we have a lovely picture book from the early 1990s about how to use a telephone. I like the cute format, and much of the advice is still pretty good. However, children might
Good Answers to Tough Questions About Physical Disabilities Berry 1990 I feel like we’ve featured a lot of books by Joy Berry on this site over the years, and we should give her a category, like we did with Doris
Face-Off Lunemann 1972 Today’s choice in youth fiction is about a couple of hockey playing twins named Buzz and Chet. They play hockey, and one day they were messing around and Buzz’s skates were “accidentally” tossed over a stone wall
Zoe’s Gift Hayes 1994 It was the cover that had me picking this book up. What is going on? A ghost of a man, a girl looking catatonic and the other girl trying to get her attention. It looks strange.
It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time Godfrey 1995 (original copyright 1987) I was going through some teen books and stumbled across this cover. I couldn’t figure out from the cover what this book was all about. A
Anatomy and Physiology for Children Explained Through the Dissection of a Chicken Ashton 1966 Submitter: This book last circulated in 1970 (thank goodness) and was withdrawn from the juvenile section of a mid-size academic library. I’m all for drawing similarities
Y2K-9 : The dog who saved the world Strasser 1999 Submitter: I’m sure at the time this was a pretty funny book. The story is about bunch of dogs who are computer geeks and secret government agents who help save
The Boy Who Turned Into A TV Set Manes 1979 Thanks to a tip, I found this lovely book. It’s obvious this book is outdated. You youngsters might not know about “rabbit ears” (antenna) but if you are over 40,