Smoking and Health Ward 1986 I don’t know if you all have heard this: Smoking is VERY BAD for you. You all know that teen nonfiction titles are a particular sore spot with me! It seems like every kid in
Sunburnt Africa: In Pencil, Paint and Prose Cottrell 1965 Submitter: “At first glance, it’s a highly dated travelogue of Africa punctuated with quite beautiful color artwork and nicely done pencil sketches. It’s only when you read the text that the
Our Senses and How They Work Zim [1956, 1965] Submitter: I was amazed to see that a school, even a private one, had gone to the trouble to make a stamp expressing this position so plainly. Perhaps I am just
Naked Mind of Buddy Hackett Hackett 1974 Submitter: I like comedy. I like poems. Now, who’s book should I read that has both? Hmm…Buddy Hackett’s, of course! The semi-nude pic on the cover is a plus. This is not the last
Treating Mental Illness Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Drugs Byck 1986 Every time I think I have weeded all these monsters, another one shows up to prove me wrong. And what is with the cover art? I thought the giant head was
Unmasking the Face: A guide to recognizing emotions from facial expressions Ekman and Friesen 1975, 1984 Submitter: Unmasking the Face’s cover is very Scaramouche, Scaramouche, can you do the fandango? Holly: Second row from the top, right-hand side just stepped
Street Smart Survival A Nineties Guide to Staying Alive and Living Well Santoro 1991 When this title first caught my eye, I was thinking it was a “live better”, self-help kind of book. Wow, this is NOT what I expected.
Touch Me: The Poems of Suzanne Somers Somers 1980 There’s no denying that Suzanne Somers has been prolific. She’s written diet books, exercise books, aging books, a biography…and even a poetry book. It’s awfully sweet and cute and charming; only