Don’t Touch Me Kantor 1951 It’s Friday and I have another novel of the 50s for everyone to enjoy. I was just admiring the cover art, when I realized this was written by MacKinlay Kantor. Kantor has quite a resume,
Nuclear War What’s in it for you? Ground Zero 1982 Ready to do some library shaming today and our first candidate is this little paperback from 1982. Aside from the dust that would induce a sneezing fit that would split
How to be a Really Nice Person: Doing the Right Thing- Your Way Collins 1983 Submitter: We are getting ready for a new carpeting project, so we’re weeding as much as we can in anticipation of moving our 85,000+ collection. I
Willie Mosconi on Pocket Billiards Mosconi 1959 I love the cover and I think this book looks terrific for over 50 years old. I am especially impressed since this is a paperback. Willie looks a bit like a dangerous character.
The True Book of Little Eskimos Copeland 1953 The First Book of Eskimos Brewster 1952 Yikes! I don’t really know where to begin. Here we have two ancient books on Eskimos. Both of these titles are older than me! Little
Hooker’s Holiday Bronson 1944 Yes, Holly and I have the mentality of your average 12 year old boy. This cover makes everyone laugh! Hooker is the name of our protagonist monkey in this charming story. No, there is nothing wrong
Art from Scrap Reed and Orze 1974 Submitter: A book about arts and crafts using recycled materials is always in demand. This one is clearly geared toward art teachers, and many of the pieces were made by students. A few items
Let’s Eat Out! Jones 1965 The cover art on this book is wonderful and I love this book. My copy came from a university collection and was in great condition. So, in this story we have an exotic visitor named