Small Libraries: Organization and Operation Sager 1992 Submitter: I dug this relic out of our library science collection. It’s from 1992. I’m sure current librarians and librarians in training could benefit from this book’s advice, including how to type a
Library and Information Science Careers McCook and Myers 2001 I like this series. The information is pretty comprehensive and even talks about non-traditional information careers. Very good for 2001 but in 2013, not so much. No real discussion of technology
Drugging Our Children Olfman and Robbins, Editors. 2012 Submitter: The scan for this book didn’t come out well because the cover is very dark. There’s nothing wrong with the content of this book. It came across my desk because it
Love in Suburbia Conway 1964 What a friendly neighborhood! Recently settled in the suburbs, Anita and Dave evidently started making friends with the neighbors. Cocktails and steamy affairs are de rigueur in the suburbs and before you know it, we have
(Not sure what book this is.) Submitter: Today, I got to bill people for the moldy book. I am [also] including a photo of a picture book that unfortunately lost a game of tug of war with a puppy. Holly: Ewwwww!
You Can Be a Professional Driver Liebers 1976 Submitter: In my defense, this book was NOT in our career section so I feel slightly better about not weeding it before now. It was probably a very good career book in its
Strategies of the Great Football Coaches Nuwer 1988 Submitter: I was horrified to find Joe Paterno featured in this book about great football coaches. It is from a high school library. Funny how the quotes and chapter titles can be
Let’s Make Mary Hanley 1959 (original copyright 1937) Jack Hanley is one of the godfathers of sleazy materials. Evidently this book is still in publication. In 2011, Curzon Press released another edition. Before the 2011 edition, the last published copy