The Brady Bunch “The Treasure of Mystery Island” Matcha 1972 Okay, we don’t usually do fiction, but frankly I was starting to just get annoyed with old career books and a few humorless librarians that have told me I am
Marriage is Possible Widdemer 1936 Submitter: Widdemer actually won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry (when it was known as Columbia University Prize) back in 1919 alongside Carl Sandburg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margaret_Widdemer That being said, this book is 1930’s “chick lit” tripe. No surprise
Among the Dolls Sleator 1975 Submitter: The book is called “Among the Dolls,” and along with the illustrations, it’s probably one of the more disturbing children’s books that I’ve seen– if I was a kid, I’d have nightmares from this
Final Exam Bates 1990 Submitter: We found this book in our collection, looking very worn over its 21 years of use. When I looked at the name on the school of this teen horror book, however, it was just too creepy!
Duck Shack Agreement Jensen 1989 Submitter: My husband has the unfortunate habit of dragging home insane books that he gets for free from the library (basically they’ve been “weeded”). Now we finally have a use for them. This is one of
Papito Messed Up Agyepong-Danquah 2008 Submitter: Cataloged this today for my university library’s Africana section (so we’re keeping this, not weeding), and the cover was awful enough that I had to get a quick photo to submit. I think the
The Librarian’s Passionate Knight Gerard 2003 It is still the 16th, so I think I need to make one more post for National Library Week. Call it a bonus post! I totally dig these romance titles! Of course I had
The Librarian’s Secret Wish Grace 2000 I didn’t realize that as a profession we are more prone to secrets than the rest of the working world. From yesterday’s secret scandal to today’s secret wish. As we read on the inside