Let Me Explain A Story about Donor Insemination Schnitter 1994 I will be the first to admit I am no expert on this subject. Content aside, this book is probably not the friendliest for youngsters given the dense text and
Keeping your body alive and well Wilt 1978 In 1978, maybe this isn’t the worst choice for a youth collection, but 2010, no question. This book is more than 100 pages and doesn’t seem to end any time soon. I
Communicate Online Rooney 2004 This had a grand total of ZERO circs and it really isn’t that great for content either. No mention of issues of copyright. No real discussion of safety other than a comment: “if you see something
Very Young Rider Krementz 1977 Submitter: While in the much-needed process of updating our sports non-fiction collection for kids, I was flipping through this book, since it seemed to be in fairly good physical condition. Our library acquired it in
Sylvester Stallone Sanford and Green 1986 Of course this is outdated. I can’t imagine any public library youth section finding any use for this at all. I was excited to read about all the speculation for a Rocky V movie.
Alice in Womanland, or The Feminine Mistake Bennett 1967 Submitter: Remember your “How To Ski A Little Bit” book and how some folks wished to read “Alice In Womanland”? Well, I found it! This is actually a “Last Copy.” For
Deadly Deception: The Proof that Sex and HIV Absolutely Do Not Cause AIDS Willner 1994 Really? 1994? Wow. I’m really suprised it is that current (and yet…old in medical book terms). There are some pretty “interesting” reviews of this book at Amazon.com.
Dating the Write Way: Handwriting Analysis for Teens. Kelley 1970 Submitter: Found this one in our used book sale. I think it’s been through many years of annual book sales before finally being tossed. Wouldn’t it simplify things if you