Princeton Review: Cracking the System: the GMAT Martz, Katzman, and Robinson 1989 Submitter: When doing an inventory of test preparation books held at my community college library, I discovered the only three GMAT books we owned were from 1989, 1990,
Brothers and Sisters of Retarded Children: an Exploratory Study Grossman 1972 Submitter: I was searching the library’s catalogue yesterday for potential preschool storytime books using the subject heading “siblings” and stumbled upon this book. I was dumbfounded that a title
How Babies Are Made Andry and Schepp 1968 Submitter (Who asked me to call him/her “Nialla”): This little gem is no longer in our collection, but it’s been kept in the workroom for years. I’m pretty sure it was kept
How To Run a School Newspaper Goldberg 1970 If this was the 70’s, this is an excellent choice for a maybe a school or even a public library under the right circumstances. Of course there is nothing about computers or
The Church: The Gifted and Retarded Child Kemp 1957 Given the date of this publication I am impressed that someone was actually addressing special needs children. Although this book might be important in a religious education collection, it really doesn’t
Developmental Psychology of the Black Child Wilson 1978 Submitter: One of our students came across this one today. It was requested by a patron; another library in our consortium filled the request before we did. It’s circulated at least 25
Your Three Year Old: Friend or Enemy Ames & Ilg 1976 Submitter: This book was being weeded from our library due to condition (though its age would have most likely have eliminated it), but the cover made us laugh hysterically.
To Train Up a Child Pearl 1994 Submitter: I actually remember my mother having this book at some point (I don’t think she ascribed to it). Two children have died as a result of the author’s child care advice and