Puppets Go To Church Perry and Perry 1975 Puppets, clowns, and mimes are my personal trifecta of evil. However, when one is in charge of collection development at a library, it is essential to set aside one’s personal issues with
How to make an atomic bomb in your own kitchen (well, practically) Bale 1951 I know all you science nerds are looking for new recipes. How about an atomic bomb? Published in the early 1950s, this is a simple explanation
Careers for Women in Uniform Heiman and Myers 1971 Everyone knows I have a particular issue with career books. This one is particularly interesting as it is all about recruiting women into the the armed forces. Considering the year this
You Can Afford a Beautiful Wedding Goldberg 1983 I’m going to go out on limb and say this book is pretty outdated. I am sure anyone who has hosted a wedding in the last decade would stroke out on some
What Teens Want to Know About Love Dating and Sex Eager 1989 This Christian-oriented teen book spends page after page on the “don’t have sex” message. I am okay with a no sex message, but the slut shaming is awful.
Fun Crafts Pownall 1973 I was all set to make fun of the cover and was prepared for a book about some crafts from plastic eggs, or maybe something straight out of the trash. This book is a bit more
How Not to Kill Your Husband Hutchin 1962 Ladies, your husband is a busy man and can’t be responsible to make good health decisions. Your inattention to his health could LITERALLY KILL HIM! Fortunately, this book will save you. This
The Unhappy Gays What Everyone Should Know about Homosexuality LaHaye 1978 Most of you should be familiar with Tim LaHaye, author of the Left Behind series of books. This evangelical Christian minister wrote this in the late 1970s, not so