Submitter: Recently we began weeding books that were sent to our offsite storage facility. Sadly this little gem was not weeded before being sent off to storage for 5 years. It must have been a very popular title at the time, as OCLC states that there are 200+ libraries who hold a copy. Amazingly there are quite a few public libraries that still own it.
Some of the bags remind me of the awesome board game, Mall Madness.
Holly: It does remind me of Mall Madness! Ha ha! I’ve never worked in a library with an off-site storage system. What is the criteria for sending something to off-site storage vs. weeding it? Also, I’d like to point out that Submitter’s email signature listed an architectural college library. What the heck would an architectural college library want with this book? I was thinking more like public library teen non-fiction.