Tobias Goes Seal Hunting Hertz 1984 Submitter: So we’ve had this book in my library for a while now, and I just haven’t been able to decide whether it’s a weeder or not. Circulation is pretty high, including in recent years.
Strange Peoples and Stranger Customs Baldwin 1967 Submitter: Really, I think the title and cover say it all. But, just in case readers weren’t immediately alerted to the inappropriateness of this book for a current audience, there are gems like, “Some
Travel Easy The Practical Guide for People Over 50 Massow 1985 Lucky for me I am over fifty and I have decided that maybe I need a vacation! (I don’t think Labor Day is going to be enough.) Lucky for
50 Useful English Dialogues For You and Your Friends Kuznetsova 2007 Submitter: While weeding in the children’s world languages section of our public library, this book caught my attention because of the mild condition issues and the chicken on the
Conversational Eskimo Peacock 1977 The submitter points out that this book is not politically correct – and they’re right, but that’s only one of its many flaws. First of all, this is described as a “booklet.” Any booklet that has
G’Day! Teach Yourself Australian in 20 Easy Lessons Bowles 1986 Those of you planning a trip to the wonderful country of Australia might be wise to bring this handy guide to Australian. I invite the Aussies to please comment on
New York Confidential The Big City After Dark Lait and Mortimer 1948 Here is your guide to the seedy underbelly of New York City. All the girls, booze, clubs, and back stages of all the cool places. For the guys,
This is New York Sasek 1960 I had feeling I had seen this book before. Perhaps from the deep recesses of my library days as a kid. Anyway, I love the artwork, especially the cityscapes. The author is Miroslav Sasek