The Parents’ Guide to Drugs Andrews 1972 This book is a pretty non judgmental handbook about the drugs and culture surrounding them. There are lots of resources in the pages, and most of them are defunct. Unlike a lot of
Kill-As-Catch-Can: Wrestling Skills for STreetfighting Beamont 1998 Submitter: I think it’s an awful book because of all the violence in the world and this book seems to promote more, with instructions on how to be more violent!! We’re weeding our
The Woman Doctor’s Diet For Teen-Age Girls Edelstein 1980 I could tell the year this was published just by looking at the cover and book design (one of the side effects of blogging about weeded books). I didn’t find anything
Venereal Diseases Morton 1966 Nowadays we call them sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). When I was a teen, it was called the clap or just the generic term VD. I have also heard it called a social disease or the drip.
The Over Weight Child Promoting Fitness and Self-Esteem Pitman and Kaufman 2000 I always cringe when I see books that are aimed at these types of problems. From the parent perspective, it is difficult to see a child struggle with
Girl’s Guide to Becoming A Teen: Getting Used to Life in Your Changing Body American Medical Association 2006 Submitter: Overall, it really isn’t a bad book. It has good information and covers the facts. However, no school in our area
A Teen-Age Guide to Healthy Skin and Hair Lubowe and Huss 1972 Now available for all the teens: healthy skin and hair. Washing (and using soap!) can make a huge difference in your appearance. Although directed at boys and girls,
Not At Their Mercy Green 2000 I am not really sure where to begin. Is it the white pumps? (I think my grandmother had a pair of those exact shoes in the early 1970s.) The ridiculous subtitle? (unconscionable? as opposed