You Can’t Catch Diabetes from a Friend Kipnis and Adler 1979 But maybe an enemy? Hmmmm. In 1979 this was a fine choice for a youth nonfiction health collection but now I think it is time to retire this particular
A First Book of Safety Bolian and Hinds 1970 Safety books have been finding their way to me lately. I am fascinated by the change in emphasis over time. Strangers are the big deal in the 1980s, while the 60s
Twenty-Eight Days Elgin and Osterritter 1973 Another helpful period book. My first thought was that movie about a virus called 28 Days Later. Coincidence? I am embarrassed for the library that still has it on the shelves (at least as
Make Your Own Sex Toys 50 quick and easy do-it-yourself projects Pagett 2007 It is Valentine’s Day, so on this special day of love, here is a book to warm your heart or any other body part that needs attention.
Diet, Crime, and Delinquency Schauss 1981 From the back of the book: “…demonstrates how ‘junk’ food diets, sugar starvation, vitamin deficiencies, lead pollution and food allergies can convert a normal brain into a criminal mind.” I love the picture on
Everything You Need to Know About Getting Your Period The Need to Know Library Rue 1995 These books are so important for adolescent girls! We find them all the time tucked away in the dark corners of the library. Poor
When Teenagers Take Care of Children: The Official Guide for Baby Sitters Kraft 1965 I would have guessed that this is even older than 1965. The pictures are adorable, but really old fashioned (even for cartoons!). The worst, though, is
Hands Off!: Hap-ki-do self defence for women Adams and Webster 1986 Now wait just a minute! I was about to say that even though this book is old, its techniques are probably mostly valid to keep it around if it