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
Keep on Rollin’: The Complete Guide to Roller Skating in America Boorstin 1978 Submitter: This gem was pulled reluctantly from the shelves of a rural library in Oregon. If I see the Swirnoffs on the street, I’m calling the police
Who Cares About Disabled People Adams 1989 Submitter: I suspect it’s a series of “who cares about…” but still, it made me laugh out loud. It’s 20 years old now (according to World Cat, which also revealed it’s still available…)