Drugs and Anger Rawls 1997 Submitter: Extremely unpopular and cringe-worthy to read, ‘Drugs and Anger’ has it all. Featuring an abundance of stock photos and the youth of yesterday, this book is unwanted in our library. I cannot imagine
Common Sense About Smoking Fletcher, Cole, Jeger and Wood 1963 The cover was the first the first thing I noticed. You can just tell those folks on the cover are truly enjoying a cig break. Don’t they look happy? That
The Stop Smoking Book for Teens Casewit 1980 This lovely gem features some super interesting “facts” about smokers: Smoking isn’t cool, non-smokers have better grades than smokers, and non-smokers evidently make questionable fashion choices. (See first picture below.) Generally, this
Bear Engel 1976 Submitter: This is a controversial tale of two star crossed lovers. Taking place in the cold landscapes of Canada, this bizarre love story goes where most books don’t. You will explore themes of love like never before.
Drugs and Domestic Violence Jamiolkowski 1996 Direct from the teen nonfiction collection: another book examining another social ill. These series are everywhere and probably used by students to write that report about how “drugs are bad”. Obviously the facts are
Marijuana Smith 1999 Submitter: This book comes from our public library system. Some of the photos look even old for a book from 1999. Laws on Marijuana have changed drastically, and it’s also possible that resources in the back are
Hef’s Little Black Book Hefner and Zehme 2004 I know all you playboys out there want Hef’s inside secrets with the ladies. Well wonder no more, you can find Hef’s personal “little black book” at the library. In addition, Hef
Should a Therapist Have Intercourse With Patients? Seagull Psychology Today [197-?] Submitter: This surprising 35 min cassette recording could have been compressed into a 5 second recording comprised of 1 word : NO Holly: Was this actually something that