Teeth Are Our Organs Muratsu KOSMOS international Institute for Oral Health Science 2009 Warning! There are some medically graphic pictures included in this post! They include pictures of teeth and gums in various stages of decay and repair. Gross. Submitter:
Hostage Rescue Thompson 2001 Submitter: Attached are scans of the book Hostage Rescue: A Manual that was just recently found on our shelves. Though this book obviously has its place in both literature and libraries, our very small public library
Not in Room 204 Riggs 2007 Submitter: Once again this book was found in the last weeding of the children’s room collection. It was found located in the parenting section and not regular picture books, but that is no excuse.
Doctor: His Training and Practice: A Picture Story Engeman 1964 Submitter: I found this book lurking on my shelves AGAIN – I’ve worked at two middle schools in the past 5 years, and I’ve had to weed this same horrendous
Lee the Rabbit with Epilepsy Moss 1989 Submitter: This book was caught in a recent weeding project. I’m sure there’s a need for picture books on this topic and there aren’t too many available, but a quick scan of Amazon.com
Alzheimer’s Disease Landau 1988 Medical information this old is a slam dunk for weeding, especially if we are talking about material published over 20 years ago! Teen and youth nonfiction titles, in my opinion, actually need more vigilant weeding. Even
Let Me Explain A Story about Donor Insemination Schnitter 1994 I will be the first to admit I am no expert on this subject. Content aside, this book is probably not the friendliest for youngsters given the dense text and
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Nevitt 1996 This is just another example of a dated teen nonfiction choice. (My personal hot button for collection awfulness….seriously, does anyone weed teen nonfiction?) The information is outdated of course. The book was also more about