Mental Retardation Dunbar 1978 Some books are just obvious. This came to me from an alert media specialist weeding her elementary school collection. I also found copies in quite a few public libraries. Yes we can debate the use of
Unplugging the Plug-In Drug: the “No TV Week” Guide Winn 1987 This isn’t a bad idea for a book in a public library. It just needs to be updated. Winn gives advice on how to quit a TV addiction, since
When Teenagers Take Care of Children: The Official Guide for Baby Sitters Kraft 1965 I would have guessed that this is even older than 1965. The pictures are adorable, but really old fashioned (even for cartoons!). The worst, though, is
Growing Up on Television The TV Effect Moody 1980 I was halfway through college when this was published so I am certain I wasn’t completely ruined by television. Certainly this is not for lack of trying, but where I grew
Effective School Desegregation: Equity, Quality, and Feasibility Hawley (Ed.) 1981 Submitter: A coworker of mine found this one. What’s really weird is that the book was published in 1981. Wasn’t desegregation from much earlier? Holly: To be fair, most of
The Baby Exercise Book Levy 1973 I really do worry about baby muscle definition and if they look “ripped”. I would hate to have another baby kick sand in my baby’s face. Well worry no more! This is your book.
The Baby Boards A Parents’ Guide to Preschool and Primary School Entrance Tests Robinson 1988 The tag line on the bottom says “Teach your 3-to 5-year old the skills need to win admission to selective early schooling programs.” I am
Not in Room 204 Riggs 2007 Submitter: Once again this book was found in the last weeding of the children’s room collection. It was found located in the parenting section and not regular picture books, but that is no excuse.