Isn’t One Wife Enough?: the Story of Mormon Polygamy Young 1954 Submitter: Well, ISN’T IT?! Holly: I’m not sure if this book promotes polygamy, is averse to it, or simply tells its history neutrally, but the author was a Mormon
What is Bowling? Ravielli 1975 Submitter: The history of bowling with stereotyped fat, hairy, big-lipped caveman on the front is really an amazing way to get kids interested in a modern sport. I think the Geico caveman should get involved
Shaun Cassidy Story: Real Life, Love, Hopes & Ambitions Russell 1978 Submitter: Please accept the following submission for your blog of shame. We are public library workers that battle the old, the ugly, the smelly, and the “sentimental” on a
Fascinating Womanhood Andelin , 1974 Submitter: I had heard of it but never thought I’d actually see a copy until I started a new job with a collection that needed extensive weeding and there it was. I understand it’s a Christian
Britney Spears’ Heart to Heart Britney and Lynne Spears 2000 There seems to always be a bunch of dead wood in teen and youth biography. Poor Britney hasn’t circulated (I mean her book ) for at least 3 years. I
Olga Korbut Smith 1974 Olga Korbut is actually an interesting person. Even so, she’s not the gymnast kids are looking for in the biography section. If you have space and it’s in good shape, there’s no real problem with keeping
Dick Clark’s Easygoing Guide to Good Grooming Clark 1986 Submitter: We decided to delete it from our collection because it didn’t seem relevant – even though Dick Clark still looks better than most of our patrons. Holly: Ha ha! Before
Atoms Family Patten 1995 Submitter: We just weeded this book from the children’s collection. It was published in 1995 and states on page 7 “An atom is the smallest part of any living or nonliving thing that takes up space”.