Red Lights on the Prairies Gray 1971 Submitter: I snatched this up when my high school’s library held a sale of the oldest and most useless books, although I’m not really sure why it was there in the first place.
Makeup For Fun Parmentier/Bulles 1986 Submitter: Wow. This one is really something else. I don’t know exactly what “Quat Bulles” is referring to here, but it translates to “Four Bubbles”. The original title was “Quatre Bulles, Maquillages Pour Enfants” or
Complete Book of Ethnic Humor Wilde 1978 Submitter: I found this ridiculous gem in our humour section: The Complete Book of Ethnic Humor by Larry Wilde, copyright 1978. Amazingly, we own not just one, but two copies of this, and
Hanson: The Official book Gollihare 1997 Even my 50 year old self knows this is an awesome find! Not sure this is still a good book for the youth biography-especially since it hasn’t been checked out since 1999. It is in
Practical Handbook of TV Repairs Margolis 1969 Submitter: This book may once have been handy and up-to-date, but now in 2010, I doubt it is of much use! Holly: If you have a TV this old, I wonder how difficult
When You Marry Duvall & Hill 1953 Submitter: I’m a ref librarian at a community college & I thought you might like to consider this book for your blog. It’s a GREAT one from 1953 called “When You Marry” &
Home Maid Spanish Storm and Ginnett 1976 Submitter: Here’s a little something I found lurking in our stacks, it caught my eye as I was passing. Yes, I did a double take! Though it is rather stereotypical, borderline racist,
Sally Can’t See Petersen 1974 Submitter: The highlight of the book is right there on the cover. A poor blind child with a bird on her head. Holly: This book is definitely outdated. It isn’t so bad otherwise, but I’m