Clothes and Your Appearance
Submitter: Just thought I’d refer you to “Clothes and Your Appearance” (1977) which I posted on a while back. Here’s the link:
The post discusses the book’s contents and contains several scans which you are welcome to use.
Holly: Thanks! Your post pretty much says it all. I hate to break it to Princess Leia on the cover, but that number was never in style. Here are some pictures from the book:
Yes, it does, and this guy should take that advice.
Oh, honey, no.
A Visit to the Airport
Submitter: I wonder if school children are still taken on tours of airports? Or would that just be a big huge security issue???!!!
Holly: Can you imagine taking 30 third graders through airport security? Nightmare! This book is very misleading to kids who might be going to the airport for the first time. I’ll bet there are no pictures of TSA officials patting down eight-year-olds for weapons. Mrs. Dolan’s class is in for a big surprise!
Science Projects with Computers
Schulman, et. al.
This book is so old that the computer on the cover doesn’t have a mouse. I believe that girl’s finger is poised over one of the function keys! Remember when bolding, underlining, etc. were achieved by some combination of <alt>, <ctrl>, <shift>, and a function key? They made keyboard overlay guides out of cardboard so you could remember the combinations. This book will win you no blue ribbons at the science fair, trust me.