How to Recognize and Handle Abnormal People A Manual for the Police Officer Matthews and Rowland 1954 When I saw this title, I figured that librarians might need this cutting edge advice just like our fellow public servants, the police.
Human Races Garn 3rd ed., 1971 Submitter: I dare you to find another book that compares the earwax of people of different races. Holly: Dr. Garn was a Professor of Anthropology and also of Nutrition at the University of Michigan (go blue!).
Special People Letch 1990 Submitter: This one brings immediately to mind people who are labeled “special,” but it isn’t that kind of book at all. It’s more of a “These are the people in your neighborhood”. This is the hard
The Coming Collapse of China Chang 2001 Submitter: Books that prognosticate are in a category of their own as far as weeding is concerned. How ridiculous this claim now looks. Note it was 2001 when this author claimed China would collapse
Getting Older, Growing Younger Cartland 1984 Submitter: I love that Barbara Cartland’s most important take away from Birth of a Nation was how entrancing Lillian Gish was. I scanned a few paged of medical advice she gives as well. Holly:
Sodomy and the Pirate Tradition: English sea rovers in the seventeenth-century Caribbean Burg 1995 Submitter: Since it was just “Talk Like a Pirate” day, I submit to you this title. This book is being weeded because I know we do not
President Citizen Goffee 1992 Submitter: We are currently re-cataloguing and re-classifying our Education Library and this little gem popped up on my desk. It’s a wonderful little book about the president… more specifically the American president and how to become
Growing Up Caring Bolin 1990 Submitter: I found this little gem in the mountain of textbooks that have been left in the library. I’m really hoping that no one uses this book for class; it’s old enough that it could