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 The information is outdated of course.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
A Look at Drug Abuse Forrai and Anders 1978 Submitter: Wow, you can abuse drugs too! So typical of the late 70’s classics…This was put into our book drop as a donation. How current! Holly: This book is cataloged for
Treating Mental Illness Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Drugs Byck 1986 Every time I think I have weeded all these monsters, another one shows up to prove me wrong. And what is with the cover art? I thought the giant head was
Street Smart Survival A Nineties Guide to Staying Alive and Living Well Santoro 1991 When this title first caught my eye, I was thinking it was a “live better”, self-help kind of book. Wow, this is NOT what I expected.
Dressed to Kill Singer and Grismaijer 1995 Submitter: “Now let me just say, I am all for breast cancer research and finding a cure. However, I don’t really ascribe to the belief that my underwear = cancer. And when one
The Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Drugs Quaaludes: The Quest for Oblivion Snyder 1985 I snagged this from a teen section. Don’t you just love the creepy cover? I am not even sure what to say. I wonder if today’s teens are still