How to Decorate a Sweatshirt Brag 1985 Sweatshirts have made quite a few appearances on ALB. I am not exactly buying the premise that you can make a sweatshirt better by adding applique or collars. It’s still a sweatshirt. A
What Car Dealers Don’t Want You to Know 2nd Ed. Eskeldson 1997 Submitter: How else are you going to learn that leasing is “the new car scam of the 90’s”? Holly: While you’re weeding this one, go ahead and grab
This ‘n’ That Columbia Minerva 1975 Break out your crochet hook and make some groovy fashion accessories. The belt/purse combo is similar to the one I owned back in my early high school days. Never sported a jumpsuit, but elephant
One of the first questions I often ask audiences at library conferences when I speak is “are you proud of your library’s collection?” The follow up is, “What are you proud of?” The library’s collection exists to help the library
Microcomputers A Planning and Implementation Guide for Librarians and Information Professionals Walton 1983 For those who need some professional reference, ALB has this great looking book for that newest rage in library service – computers! Actually, given the age of
Having It All Brown 1983 I am sure most of you have heard of Helen Gurley Brown, probably best known as the editor in chief at Cosmopolitan. Her best known book was Sex and the Single Girl, published in 1962.
Batman Gardner 1989 Submitter: …not only did we have one copy but we had two copies of Batman. This novelization of the 1989 movie of the same name I am sure was popular at the time. But on reflection we
A Woman Doctor Looks at Love and Life Hilliard 1957 This book is awesome. I hadn’t heard of Marion Hilliard, until I was taking a close look at this book. For 1957, this book is amazing. As an obstetrician, she