Street Smart Survival A Nineties Guide to Staying Alive and Living Well Santoro 1991 When this title first caught my eye, I was thinking it was a “live better”, self-help kind of book. Wow, this is NOT what I expected.
Who Cares About Disabled People Adams 1989 Submitter: I suspect it’s a series of “who cares about…” but still, it made me laugh out loud. It’s 20 years old now (according to World Cat, which also revealed it’s still available…)
Why does that man have such a BIG NOSE? Quinsey 1986 This interesting little paperback showed up and at first I couldn’t figure out what the title meant. This picture book asks a question and gives an accompanying picture to help
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
Hippy’s Handbook: How to Live on Love Bronsteen 1967 Submitter: The attached came to me for consideration because of “condition.” It was in a Gaylord binder and the glue had come off on the front. Gotta love this one! Holly:
Sally Can’t See Petersen 1974 Submitter: The highlight of the book is right there on the cover. A poor blind child with a bird on her head. Holly: This book is definitely outdated. It isn’t so bad otherwise, but I’m
What Boys Want to Know About Girls Miller 1962 Obviously outdated, but isn’t that a horrible cover, too? It’s like the girls are animals in the zoo and the boys are peeking at them in their habitat. The whole
Teen Alcoholism Nielsen 1990 The Facts About Teen Pregnancy Guernsey, Larsen, and Wynne 1989 Submitter: The Teen Alcoholism book was checked out by a student who thought the picture of the girl with mall hair swigging from the paper enshrouded