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Head Injury: Who Cares?

 

Children’s Head Injury: Who Cares?
Johnson, Uttley & Wyke (Eds.)
1989

Submitter: This book was weeded from our academic library collection a few years ago.  I’ve kept it in my office for the last several years because it cracks me up. While the content of the book was probably good and relevant, you can’t help but say that title in a passive-aggressive, flippant tone.  And the cover art is a joke.

Holly: I’m more concerned about the date of publication (though this is a pretty funny title and cover!). Head injuries are a big deal these days, especially in youth sports. It’s a good topic to keep up-to-date.

 

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