Better Homes and Gardens Christmas Cross-Stitch 1987 Another Christmas craft for you! We are getting closer to those dreaded holidays and you need to be ready. Time to whip out the needles and floss and make your family some traditional
Don’t Call Me Fatso Philips 1993 Submitter: This is a “sensitive” story about Rita who is overweight. Rita has to face being weighed in front of her entire class and being told she needs to go on a diet. She
Bridget of Cat’s Head Point Winters 1994 Submitter: I think the man on the cover (that look on his face!) and Bridget’s hair are what struck me at first. Apparently there really is a Cat’s Head Point in northern Michigan!
Be Glad You’re Neurotic Bisch 1946 (original copyright 1936) From my admittedly low effort research, Be Glad You’re Neurotic is an example of early pop psychology publications. (Think of this as a proto Dr. Phil or John Gray type of
Appetizers Hoffman 1980 Yum! With holiday entertaining in full swing, you might want to add a few of these treats to your menu. As you can see from the pictures below, there is a whole lot of interesting recipes to
Great Expectations How to make 30 easy, fast, sexy, cheerful maternity outfits that let you feel like a woman as well as a mother-to-be Adams and Madaras 1980 I have always thought that “cute” or “fashionable” maternity clothes was an
Cheap & Cheerful Homemaking on a Budget Forsyth 1973 I think this is probably one of the worst decorating/DIY books ever. None of the illustrations are any help. Note the kitchen layout picture. No context. No room dimensions or anything
Living With Decorative Plants John Henry Company 1975 Plants were the cheap decorating accessory for the 1970s. I remember at the time people would fill living areas to the point where it was more jungle than living room. Houseplants were