Yule Be Mine LaBrecque 2008 As we finish up the year 2013, I thought a holiday-themed romance was in order for our Friday Fiction selection. Giselle ends up working with some serious forbidden fruit. In this case, it is her
Farm Journal Christmas Book 1970 Submitter: This book was checked out in 1974 and not returned to us until this week. I guess someone thinks we might want to add it back to our collection, but I think we’ll skip
The Christmas Tree Foley 1960 Submitter: There’s really nothing wrong with this book, aside from the god-awful pictures and the fact that no 21st century teenager is going to pick this one up when we have newer, more attractive books available.
Costumes from Crepe Paper Pointillart 1974 Submitter: 1. Crepe paper is the worst costume-creation substance ever. Especially if a child is going to wear it. Really, how long will these costumes last before they’re torn to shreds? 2. These costumes
Party Costumes for Kids Greenhowe 1988 Just in time for Halloween, here’s a great costume sewing book from 1988. The costumes in this book range from ridiculous to downright inappropriate. Behold the images below: 1. There’s tiny Elvis. Or is
Thought everyone would enjoy some old holiday themed posts. Click on the title to see the original post. Enjoy your holiday everyone! Mary and Holly Beautiful Holiday Ideas 1980
Knigge Silver Spurs 1973 Submitter: I am a public children’s librarian and started at this library in January. Before I started, this library never weeded ever. I thought I had gone through the whole collection until the holiday books came out.
A Thousand Roses Campbell 1986 I know it is only September, but this book has EVERYTHING you need–professional wrestling and Christmas. It’s enough to make the Baby Jesus cry! Perdita (or Perdy) has a plan. She is going to relocate