Keeping your body alive and well Wilt 1978 In 1978, maybe this isn’t the worst choice for a youth collection, but 2010, no question. This book is more than 100 pages and doesn’t seem to end any time soon. I
Communicate Online Rooney 2004 This had a grand total of ZERO circs and it really isn’t that great for content either. No mention of issues of copyright. No real discussion of safety other than a comment: “if you see something
Who Is a Stranger and What Should I Do? Girard 1984 Did you know bad strangers are everywhere and are trying to get you? And you can’t recognize them…. they are everywhere. This book isn’t too bad considering its age.
How To Run a School Newspaper Goldberg 1970 If this was the 70’s, this is an excellent choice for a maybe a school or even a public library under the right circumstances. Of course there is nothing about computers or
Checking ’em out and sizing ’em up Wilt 1980 I know I have a particular bias about solving parenting problems with a story (and barely a story at that). I have been to motherhood hell and barely survived with my
Smoking and Health Ward 1986 I don’t know if you all have heard this: Smoking is VERY BAD for you. You all know that teen nonfiction titles are a particular sore spot with me! It seems like every kid in
Who Cares About Disabled People Adams 1989 Submitter: I suspect it’s a series of “who cares about…” but still, it made me laugh out loud. It’s 20 years old now (according to World Cat, which also revealed it’s still available…)
Uncle Willy’s Tickles: A Child’s Right to Say No Aboff 2003 Submitter: Creepy! Holly: …Aaaaand we’re back to this subject. What a horrible title! There’s a fine line between making a serious subject “approachable” to kids through a title they