How the Jewish People Lives Today Soloff 1940 Submitter: This was donated to the library. I am happy to say it was never actually in the collection. It’s the grammar that drives me crazy on this one. Holly: It looks
Get Yourself Together The Fashion Guide for Teens! Schwab 1988 I was actually impressed that this book was in such good condition since it is over 20 years old. Not a bad collection choice for the 1988. Lots of diagrams
Beyond the Body Blackmore 1986, c1982. Submitter: I confess I just weeded this book from our HS library. I love the whirling astral projections! There are lots of holdings according to WorldCat. Hey, folks, at least update with the
Internet for Kids Learn2.com 1998 Submitter: I don’t even know where to start…it’s a vhs tape…that teaches kids how to use the internet…and it comes with a floppy disk! Do kids even know what vhs tapes and floppy disks are?!
Slide Rule Manual Young 1973 Submitter: Think your posts on computer viruses are something? How about books about calculators that were obsolete when Bananarama was on the charts, or a book on using a freaking slide rule that’s positively Paleolithic.
The Information Revolution The Reference Shelf, v.65, no. 5 1995 Submitter: We’re slowly working our way through the social sciences section, and I hit a set of shelves that had some of the most outdated and useless books I’d seen
Princeton Review: Cracking the System: the GMAT Martz, Katzman, and Robinson 1989 Submitter: When doing an inventory of test preparation books held at my community college library, I discovered the only three GMAT books we owned were from 1989, 1990,
Brothers and Sisters of Retarded Children: an Exploratory Study Grossman 1972 Submitter: I was searching the library’s catalogue yesterday for potential preschool storytime books using the subject heading “siblings” and stumbled upon this book. I was dumbfounded that a title