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
Good Things for Mother’s Day Casey 1952 Submitter: Yes, 1952 & it’s still on the shelves in 2012. My friend said that a senior librarian told her this hadn’t been weeded long ago because “there’s nothing to replace it.” Thank god
Beautiful Holiday Ideas 1980 There are lots of Christmas crafts books, which leads me to believe that there are LOTS of “old fashioned” (read: out of date) Christmas craft books in libraries. There might well be some nice little ornaments
Carving Jack O Lanterns Gendusa 1989 Submitter: The first book, Carving Jack-O’-Lanterns by Sam Gendusa was published in 1988 and provides multitudes of ways to terrify children. I especially like the picture of the kids standing next to the jack-o-lantern
Holidays and Festivals: New Year Blackwood 1987 Anonymous Submitter: “Every single picture in this book is better than the cover picture. Worse yet, there is no mention of clown skiing anywhere in the text. Everyone at work let out a