Creative Careers for Women: A Handbook of Sources and Ideas for Part-Time Jobs Scobey and McGrath 1968 Submitter: Creative careers for women has a nice chapter for those industrious women at home. Put your kids to work! Moms, if you love parenting
Guide to Successful Fund Raising for Authentic Charitable Purposes Taylor 1976 Submitter: On my library’s shelves until this week. Perhaps in 1976 this was a good choice because there was little else on this topic. The word “authentic” in the title
Buyer Beware! Trump 1965 I wonder if this Trump is a relative to “the Donald”? The pub date alone tells you this is weed-worthy, but I do like some of these scams before the Internet was a thing. My favorite
Career Opportunities in Crafts Sommer 1977 Submitter: My local public library has 4 copies of Career Opportunities in Crafts. One that can circulate and three that are in their reference/research collection. I personally think you could weed all four. A great
Kiplinger’s Sure Ways to Cut Your Taxes McCormally 1990 We take a break from our National Library Week to remind everyone that it is April 15. For those outside of the USA, it is tax day. Don’t forget to file.
The Part-Time Solution The New Strategy for Managing Your Career While Managing Motherhood Canape 1990 I had my first child in 1990 and I thought that all of these advice books (many featured on ALB) were mostly useless. I think
Bottom-Up Marketing Ries & Trout 1989 This was recently weeded from my very own library – a medium-sized public library. Al Ries and Jack Trout are important business men. One could even argue that their books are “core” titles for
How you can use inflation to beat the IRS Anderson 1981 Believe it or not, I found this book in a public library collection. The number of public libraries still holding this title is quite shocking. As a former accountant,