Farm Journal Christmas Book 1970 Submitter: This book was checked out in 1974 and not returned to us until this week. I guess someone thinks we might want to add it back to our collection, but I think we’ll skip
Factory Nurse Neal 1961, Harlequin Edition 1964 Since I was a teen, I have been a fan of the nurse romance. If it wasn’t for all the whiny sick people, I might have been a nurse. Lucky for me there
The Woman’s Day Book of Soft Toys and Dolls Russell 1975 Submitter: Craft books that are older than the librarian are very unlikely to circ in a middle school library. This one hasn’t left the shelves since 1987. I can’t imagine
The New Pregnancy The Active Woman’s Guide to Work, Legal Rights, Health Care, Travel, Sports, Dress, Sex and Emotional Well-Being Lichtendorf and Gillis 1979 I am quite sure this book was quite “edgy” in its time. My mom had her
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
Flatter Your Figure Larkey 1991 The woman on the cover does look nicer in the blue and green outfit than the red, so the advice in the book seems reasonable based on the cover. Too bad she’s dressed like a Golden Girl.
Miranda and the Warrior Barbieri 2002 This is a teen romance paperback. There doesn’t seem to be anything overtly sexual about this book, which is nice for teens. It follows the same formula of many adult historical romance novels: -Woman is
How to Draw Multicultural Supercharacters Phelps 2000 Submitter: I found this book while straightening up the 700s. The awkward, politically correct title was what caught my eye, but it seems a bit misleading. It turns out to be more like a