Teeth and Braces Rourke 1989 Submitter: Braces have changed a lot since the late nineties, so it’s time for an updated book on this topic. This book hasn’t moved from my small public library’s shelf in years, and it’s not
How to have Freedom from Fear, Worry and Your Case of Nerves Allen 1954 Isn’t this cover awesome in its awfulness? I think the best part is if you are free from worry, one half of your face will be
Peter Lupus’ Guide to Radiant Health and Beauty: Mission Possible for Women Lupus and Homola 1978 I think every guy wants a cadre of superstars surrounding him. This particular guy was a supporting actor on the old Mission Impossible series
How to Recognize and Handle Abnormal People A Manual for the Police Officer Matthews and Rowland 1954 When I saw this title, I figured that librarians might need this cutting edge advice just like our fellow public servants, the police.
Mentally Defective Children Binet and Simon 1914 I like these kinds of books as they are such an anachronism compared to today’s published academic works. It really is a glimpse of history. I can imagine the horror of an average
Eat Your Troubles Away Kordel 1970 Health and virility can be yours with a new diet plan. This is a pretty standard diet book, but Kordel gives us something really for the men: virility! Guys, it is just a matter of
A Survey of Pathology King 1976 Submitter: I work at an academic medical school library. I am new and I have been weeding on and off since I arrived because previous staff thought that everything should be saved. We do retain
Children’s Head Injury: Who Cares? Johnson, Uttley & Wyke (Eds.) 1989 Submitter: This book was weeded from our academic library collection a few years ago. I’ve kept it in my office for the last several years because it cracks me