The Church: The Gifted and Retarded Child
Given the date of this publication I am impressed that someone was actually addressing special needs children. Although this book might be important in a religious education collection, it really doesn’t belong on a public library shelf for the typical library customer.
Getting Acquainted with Jewish Neighbors
I think we can include this in our geography material, even though Israel didn’t exist until 1948. I am going to cut this book some slack given the time it was published. The intent was to educate on Jewish culture and religion. That said, how is this helpful for a contemporary collection? My favorite of the contents: “Why bother to get acquainted with Jews?” This belongs in an archive, not in a public library.
Mary and Holly